For March, we asked you to sharpen your coding skills by remixing a Homework Excuse Generator into your own unique creation. Your submissions were funny, wild, inspiring, and predominantly awesome. Thank you to everyone who submitted an original generator!
Earning the top spot for the March Microproject is the What to Draw Generator made by HeneaA. from Helen Bernstein High School in Los Angeles, California. The "What to Draw Generator" does exactly what it says, it creates prompts for artists to create all kinds of different drawings. From drawing orange bunnies and octopuses next to castles or silver dogs and gerbils in the city. HaneaA. developed tons of creative ideas that are sure to provide inspiration for drawing. Congratulations to HaneaA.!
1st Runner Up
Earning the 1st runner up spot for the March Microproject is the Random Disaster Generator by theultimatedoom from High School for Media and Communications in New York, New York. "Random Disaster Generator'' does exactly what it says, it generates creative scenarios for imaginary disasters, from life-sized ghosts borrowing from a gold mine, to hamsters dunking on Walgreens, Theultimatedoom did an amazing job!
2nd Runner Up
Our 2nd Runner Up is the Team Name Generator by CJKillmer20 from Detroit Lakes High School in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota! CJKillmer20 used a hockey theme to create a generator that creates not only names for sports teams, but also gives them jerseys by generating the two colors to represent them. All of the city names are also cities in his home state of Minnesota, from Kittson to Lake Woods to Detroit Lakes! Amazing job, CJKillmer20!
Though this month is over, the April Microproject competition is now open! This month your challenge is to make an interactive animation using Wick!