These values are defined as constants:
final int treeX = 200, treeY = 45, treeW = 125, treeH = 55; // tree leaves
To add the foliage to the tree, the following methods call will be added to the applet:
gr.setColor( Color.green ); gr.fillOval( treeX, treeY, treeW, treeH );
fillOval() method is like the
method, except that it fills the figure with the current color.
Next, look at the green lines that make up the rolling hills
in the background
(click here to see them).
Estimate an (X, Y) value for each line's endpoints.
If a values already has a name, like
or can be calculated, do that.
The first line (let us say) is the one on the left. Fill in the blanks in the following. (It might be a bit tedious to fill them all in, but try at least a few.)
|line 1||L1X1: _______||L1Y1:_______||L1X2:_________||L1Y2: _______|
|line 2||L2X1: _______||L2Y1:_______||L2X2:_________||L2Y2: _______|
|line 3||L3X1: _______||L3Y1:_______||L3X2:_________||L3Y2: _______|
|line 4||L4X1: _______||L4Y1:_______||L4X2:_________||L4Y2: _______|