Week 10: Now on VHS and DVD!
This week was the beginning of our two week exploration. iMovie and I became very well acquainted. I started out by watching 10 Cloverfield Lane and resources about analyzing films, which you can read here. I also completed two video assignments. The first was making a trailer for the dream of a character, which you can watch here. The second was dubbing sound for a silent movie, which you can watch here. That sums it up for this week’s work to share with you all!
I also did two daily creates this week. It felt weird not doing very many and almost too easy with what I created! I may have to add an extra challenge next time with each one I do. The first was making an imaginary instrument and I wish I created something by hand that could really make sound but I couldn’t get the idea of xylobones out of my head.
Xylobones… the choice instrument of the apocalypse. Use the bones of your passed on loved ones to create some mournful music! pic.twitter.com/jG6XVTGJqZ
— Lauren Sargent (@laasarge) March 31, 2018
After a failed attempt at making something for people to color, my second daily create was to color in someone else’s creation. Here is my beautiful island map.
— Lauren Sargent (@laasarge) April 2, 2018
I also completed my self-evaluation numero dos. It’s hard to believe how close we are to the end of The End. And I still have so many questions… speaking of, the weekly question needs to be answered.
What’s something I want to ask the class? Well, I want to know what everyone’s favorite assignment they’ve done so far is. Comment below or hit me up on slack!