Here is the code that I tried:

```
var myPath = new Path();
myPath.strokeColor = 'red';
myPath.strokeWidth = 5;
myPath.dashArray = [20, 5];
myPath.add(new Point(1800, 120));
function onFrame(event) {
if(event.count%10 == 0) {
var angle = Math.random(0, 1)*Math.PI;
var all_points = myPath.segments.length;
var last_point = myPath.segments[all_points - 1];
myPath.add(new Point(last_point.point.x + 40*Math.cos(angle*(180 / Math.PI)), last_point.point.y + 40*Math.sin(angle*(180 / Math.PI))));
myPath.smooth({type: 'geometric', factor: 2});
}
}
```

I was thinking this would choose a random angle between 0 and Math.PI and then plot the points from the last point. However, it just draws a line at 45 degree going back and forth. I did a `console.log()`

for the angle and it is always something random between 0 and Math.PI.

I want to achieve something similar to this: https://codepen.io/speaud/pen/ExxzrL

Here is what I have so far. My idea was to get a random angle and then gets sin and cosine values for that angle and add them to the last point in the path. This would move the path randomly in a certain direction.

I was hoping that it would create nice curvy non-intersecting paths but the path goes over the same place multiple times also making it smooth with the `smooth()`

function changes its previous course a little.

·
Juan Pablo Isaza

`Math.cos`

and `Math.sin`

get angle in radians but in your code you convert them to degrees

·
Juan Pablo Isaza
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