Then, I created a Warhol collage by cloning my pmap (my Pixmap that I assigned to be the image of myself). I cloned this image 4 times and then called different functions to execute Image Removedexecuteon the four cloned maps. For example, this is how I cloned the pmap the first time and then called the MakeNegative function on it.
I, then, created a new Pixmap that was doubly wide and double the height of the original 'pmap' because I want all four cloned pmaps to fit in this new Pixmap. Each cloned map will fit into a quadrant of the new Pixmap.
What I learned:
I learned how a Pixmap can be used and how fun it is to manipulate images using Python. I didn't realize that r,g,b values were on a scale of 0-255, so playing around with the values to make a negative image was very interesting to learn.