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  1. @katiereif6

    That’s All, Folks!

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    I spent this class making. I’m one of those people who’s always coming up with ideas for projects but never completes them, but this shows just how much I was able to make I learned how to use new software, and I got better at using ...
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    Remix: On Death’s Door

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    Vs the original This seemed like an easy one to completely change the message of. I took the book cover I made for a dime-store thriller novel and changed it to an anti-smoking poster. It was a fairly easy change but it sort of reverses t...
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    Specially Safara

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    I felt like it was easier to do the writeup and progress update in one post rather than do two that essentially say the same thing, so here we are. I linked the final video above. The idea came partially from the fact that I wanted to experim...
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    Video Essay

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    I know it’s not the best thing I’ve ever made. Between copyright robots, needing to completely redo my audio, and my computer not really doing what I want it to, things are just not going my way. This isn’t really a format I&#8...
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    Week Whatever This Is Summary

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    I have 15 thousand things to do and about 0 time to do them all so… Radio Listen on Conspiracy Theories And the daily creates were made into a story. Revisited Gandalf and Pippin and combined two others. Had some project ideas and reflected on the kinds of stories I liked to tell.\ Commented here, here, here, and here. That’s all, folks!
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    Connecting the Daily Creates

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    Ah yes, I was in a band. 3 quarters of a century ago. We took classic poems, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, you know, the classics, we took their poems, and we took the lines, and we made them new. I think my favorite was a ballad we made out of “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. It made the woods seem like a temptress distracting a traveler from his mission. Those were the days…
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    Project Ideas

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    The project idea I had, I don’t think will really work for this assignment, so that will have to wait another day. For this project, I love doing tragedy or a style that I have dubbed “fluff falling apart,” namely something that seem...
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    Two-week summary

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    This is technically a summary for two weeks since I did some work over break and I would like credit for it. Daily creates: Radio Show Progress Final Show: Death of the Painter Comments: No comments this week, but as people post their final shows I will try to comment on them. That’s all folks!
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    Death of the Painter

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    Here is the final version of our show, Death of the Painter. I included a Google Drive link because the Soundcloud doesn’t work. We have credits at the end, but I worked with Wade, Hermela, Jenny, Amy, RJ, and Ellie. https://drive.google.com/...
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    It’s Spring Break

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    It’s spring break y’all, this is going to be a short summary. This week was a lot of meetings (I think two-thirds were unnecessary, but my team may disagree) so I don’t have much to link to. I talked about it here. I did the design project. I also did this assignment to get better with Audacity and this one to check the box for the group/ I commented here, here, here, and here. That’s all I got. Ciao!
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    But I have promises to keep

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    I have been running around like a chicken with its head cut off all week, and I’m going to keep going until very late tonight, so while I have a moment let me write the summary. Daily Creates: For my assignments, I designed a book cover, a charity poster, the cover of a dime-store noir novel, and this weird contradiction poster. I also did the design thoughts and design blitz. I commented here, here, here, here, here, and here. I think that’s everything. Now I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep. Ciao!

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