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  • size (250, 250);
    background (#ECF592);
    smooth();
    noStroke();
    fill (120, 100);
    ellipse ( 70, 150, 100,100);
    triangle (0, 40, 170, 130, 0, 130);
    triangle (0, 0, 120, 130, 0, 130);
    triangle (0, 120, 160, 90, 0, 230);
    //first 3 larger triangles
    triangle (0, 60, 240, 50, 0, 90);
    triangle (0, 100, 210, 20, 0, 140);
    stroke (0);
    strokeWeight(0.5);
    line (55  ,0, 20, 270);
    line (100,0, 20, 270);
    line (130,0, 20, 270);
    line (150,0, 20, 270);
    line (200,0, 20, 270);
    line (350,0, 20, 270);
    //all vertical lines from L to R
    ellipse ( 70, 150, 60, 60);
    ellipse ( 70, 150, 65, 65);
    ellipse ( 70, 150, 70, 70);
    ellipse ( 75, 150, 75, 75);
    ellipse ( 70, 150, 80, 80);
    ellipse ( 75, 150, 200, 60);
    fill(60);
    ellipse ( 70, 150, 40, 40);
    

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    Ioulia Iakounina

    Balance: Asymmetrical

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