Lynn Fisher is an amazing CSS Artist, and she is especially great at creating CSS drawings using just a single HTML element among many other projects she does (Nestflix is a lot of fun!)
In October, she organizes #divtober, a one-month challenge in which she draws (and encourages other to participate too) CSS art based on different topics. This is the list for this year:
Lynn Fisher@lynnandtonicOctober is already going to be busy busy, but let’s do this! 😅
#divtober 2021: a.singlediv.com/divtober2021/16:52 PM - 28 Sep 2021
And this is my entry for the first day of Divtober: an animated ceiling fan that starts moving when you pulled the string.
I'm not a big fan (no pun intended) of the colors I used, and some people may claim that I cheated by using an
<a> instead of a
<div>, but that allows for more interesting playground because it has different states that a
<div> doesn't have, plus it can be used to redirect the page (only once though) and make use of the
Top comments (8)
This competition will gonna be crazy!
my entry for this
It's not a competition (at least I don't see it that way). More of a fun challenge.
Your entry for fan is amazing :)
not a competition in a sense that we will win something but more to push our skill limit trying to make the best entry 😉
Your fan is also great 👍
Both very cool! I look forward to seeing both of your entries!
A minor change that means that you can switch the fan on by clicking it and off by clicking outside it. Plus it is a
woow it looks so coool