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  1. @MasonOberle

    Week 14


    This week, I finished the last components of my Digital Storytelling course. I published my game on Squiffy and detailed my creative process in a post on my blog. Then, I uploaded a short trailer for it on YouTube and posted about it. Through these projects, I tried my best to utilize several of the […]

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  2. @MasonOberle

    Week 12


    We’re almost at the end. While I’m sad to be leaving behind the assignment bank, I’m glad to have the opportunity to hunker down and work on my final project. For this week, I did two mashup assignments and two remix assignments. My first mashup was an edit of the 1993 Super Mario movie to […]

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  3. @MasonOberle

    Swindon Monthly


    I wanted to do something new for my second remix assignment. I chose to remix the “We’ve got you covered” assignment since I had considered doing that one in the past. The remix I got was to make it intentionally cheesy, to the point of being awful. In honor of my play opening this week, […]

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  4. @MasonOberle

    Country Bob


    I revisited my Bob Ross dollar bill for my first remix assignment. The remix I got was to somehow “countrify” my bill. I did this by downloading a png of a cowboy hat that was at a similar position to Ross’s head in the unedited picture I used. I then placed it on top of […]

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  5. @MasonOberle

    The Mario Movie


    In honor of the recent announcement of the Illumination Animation Mario movie cast, I decided to attempt the Photo Mash assignment. For this assignment, I wanted to make an edit of an image from the original 1993 Mario movie, replacing Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo with Chris Pratt and Charlie Day. I started by finding […]

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  6. @MasonOberle

    Week 11


    This week, I completed 11 stars worth of video assignments. This is because, for one, the final product ended up being a bit shorter than the required length, so I thought doing a bit of extra work would help compensate for that. I made a silent movie trailer, a five second video, and a video […]

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  7. @MasonOberle

    Daily Creates for Week 11


    Time to share another round of Daily Creates. The first one I completed required me to show what the three horsemen of the learning apocalypse (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt) looked like. I took a few screenshots of my Canvas page and edited them together in Procreate to demonstrate how these concepts permeate the learning space […]

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  8. @MasonOberle

    The Batman Silent Trailer


    For my first assignment of the week, I decided to try my hand at creating a silent film version of a recently released movie trailer. One of the trailers that struck me the most in the past few months was for the film The Batman starring Robert Pattinson. This trailer already had a heavy noire […]

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  9. @MasonOberle

    Week 10


    This week, we focused on video editing. This can be a very time consuming process, so I made sure I got ahead of this week’s work. I reviewed my classmates’ ideas for their final projects and added a few suggestions of my own on Sunday. The next day, I published a blog post with my […]

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  10. @MasonOberle

    DC done early


    Great news! I got my Daily Creates done early this week. I knew I would probably have a lot that I needed to complete this week, so I wanted to finish these up as soon as possible. Yesterday, I made an acrostic with my name and illustrated it in Procreate. Today, I had to determine […]

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  11. @MasonOberle

    Week 9


    One more relatively laid back week in DS106. I started off by listening to a few of my classmates’ radio shows on Monday, taking a few notes on what stood out to me and blogging my thoughts the next day. Next, I did some work revising my dollar bill and sound effect story assignments. I […]

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  12. @MasonOberle

    TDC Week 9


    Another week where we were required to do three more Daily Creates, with the added twist that we had to make them all connect into a single story. I began by making a meme using a bat-signal meme generator. I edited the text placement within the image to make it look like the signal was […]

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  13. @MasonOberle

    Radio Listen


    Last night, I listened to two radio shows broadcasted on DS106 radio. These shows were How To Survive: Advice From The Five and The Tea on Social Media Radio Show. Listening to these shows was a blast, primarily because I think they both provided a lot of very useful information. How To Survive focused primarily […]

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  14. @MasonOberle

    Week 8


    This was another slower week in DS106. This Wednesday, our radio show group met so that we could record together. After that, most of my time was spent editing my segment of the show and then putting all of the segments together. I also completed two Daily Creates and replied to a few people’s comments […]

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