First off, I’ve been writing Haskell code for a long time. I’m very familiar with it, so it was very natural for me to try out this workflow. My choice to go in this direction is largely rooted in familiarity. I followed Tyler Hobbs’s lead for a little while, writing Processing code through Quil in Clojure. It worked really well for a while, and I learned a lot of fundamentals regarding generative art (and Lisp!) this way. However, there were some things I just never got quite working, and I didn’t feel like I was as productive as I could be. So, I gave this new stack a shot.