# 8 as drawn_ Priya Ganadas

I chose number 8. I picked this number because of it’s continuity. When you write 8, you touch your pen on the paper and lift it up after the entire 8 is drawn.
I noticed the way I draw 8, starting from upper right corner,  then completing the loop and finishing the number where it started.

Here is how it looks
http://www.anitype.com/entry/agtzfmFuaXR5cGVjb3IUCxIHbGV0dGVycxiAgIDA-rDCCAw/

[iframe src=”http://www.anitype.com/entry/agtzfmFuaXR5cGVjb3IUCxIHbGV0dGVycxiAgIDA-rDCCAw” width=”100%” height=”500″]

Code:

```/**
* Register your submission and choose a character
* http://anitype.com/documentation
*/
Anitype.register('8', {

author: 'ypag',

// Enter a personal website, must have http
website: 'https://github.com/ypag',

construct: function(two, points) {

// Reference to instance
var anitype = this;

// Create a Two.Polygon
var polygon = anitype.makePolygon(points);

var spine = anitype.makePolygon([polygon.vertices[0], polygon.vertices[1]]);

polygon = polygon.subdivide();

// Set an initial state
polygon.scale = 1;

var time = {value:0};
to: { value: 1 },
easing: Anitype.Easing.Sinusoidal.InOut,
duration: .7,
start: 0,
update:function(){
if (this.value < (1/2)) {
polygon.beginning = this.value * 2;
} else {
polygon.beginning = 0;
polygon.ending = (this.value - 0.5) *2;
}
}
});

// Return your polygon wrapped in a group.
return two.makeGroup(spine, polygon);

}
```