GAD 1 – 21 Eyes were due Friday before spring break. This week. Visualize song. Your goal is to create a visual for a new CD. We’ll be using Paulo Nuttini’s New Shoes.
***Is the song REALLY about shoes?
GAD 2 – Reflection, independent study idea, and researched reflection artist. Put it all together for a final work of art.
Game Design – We learned that making a Maze game using Scratch isn’t as easy as making it in Stagecast Creator. Let’s move on. This week. Review of basic Scratch scripts. Adapting previously learned scripts to recreate physics, changing appearances so sprite has animated actions, and adding a few new ideas for villain sprite scripts.
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GAD 1 – “Food Face” projects will be graded next week.
We are learning how to use Photoshop‘s Layer Masking options and how to arrange Layers so objects appear behind other objects. Artists call it background, middleground, and foreground. A creative project will be assigned this week using all newly learned Eraser Tools as well as Layer Masking.
GAD 2 – Thank you GHS math teacher, Mr. Barry Smith! Mr. Smith assisted this class with belonging to the GHS GAD 2 Edmodo group. Homework will be instructed through Edmodo. There’s an app for iPhone and Android devices. Students were asked to also download the app during Mr. Smith’s instruction. Congrats! All students successfully added text and an image to the Edmodo homework assignment
This week the class homework Edmodo assignment is to place a micro landscape image into their account. Then we’ll look at etiquette and proper responding to online discussions and commenting during class. The Vue in class assignment has to do with spotlights.
CAD – also known as Animation/Game Design. We finished up learning about Manga and Anime. The class enjoyed the Anime movie Princess Mononoke. This week we start game design. We don’t just play games. Students create game actors, plan games, learn about gameplay, and collaborate during the learning process. Just like professional game designers. For a few weeks we’ll use the Stagecast Creator app. Eventually we’ll migrate ideas to Scratch (free), Stencyl (free) and GameSalad (free).