Week 12 Summary

Daily Creates for this week, must complete  at least two for the week. This week I did two of the Daily Creates. I did the Cartoon Caption and Celebrate 2500. The Cartoon Caption reminded me of a Christmas movie. Celebrate 2500 reminded me of a game I played with young students, we used nickels to make 25 cents. The following link has my daily creates.

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/week-12-daily-creates/

Mashup Assignments

I did Logo Switch using Canva to merge together the McDonald logo and a pizza from Pizza Hut. Unfortunately I could not figure out how to put the logo closer to the pizza. When i put the pizza behind the logo, it was a big mess and not very nice looking.

Holiday Mashup was my favorite out of all the mashups I did this week. I used my character I created for the class, red Santa hat for Christmas, Easter basket full of eggs for Easter and the flag for the 4th of July. I used Canva for this mashup. I had to resize the holiday items to fit the dragon. It was a trial and error type process. I am pleased with the final product.

Mashing Friends and Emojis, I used my favorite emoji and a picture I found on the internet. I didn’t have any friends who wanted to be on my blog and I do not put pictures of my family on the internet. I used Canva to place the pictures side by side. I did have to resize the emoji picture¬† because it was twice the size I needed.

The @Iam TalkyTina Headswap. I used Faceover Lite phone app to put the face of Talking Tina on Albert Einsteins picture. It was a small challenge to make the face seem natural, the hair blends in nicely for a mashup picture. It did take several tries to get just the face of Tina sma11 enough for the final picture.

Here is the link to my Mashups:

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/mashups-assignments-for-week-12/

Remix,  it was a challenge to find a remix that I liked and made some sense. I added a character to my favorite photo, the family pet rabbit. I also did this using Canva. The rabbit was a challenge because I had to resize him several times. I am happy with the final picture.

Second remix was, Your Parents Don’t Want You Seeing This. I also used Canva to create the scrapbook type photo. I had to resixe all the photos so they would fit the shape. I found photos on the internet to use on this assignment.

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/week-12-remix/

Tutorial, I decided to share how I did a face swap using a phone app called Faceover Lite. This is a free app that is really easy to use. Below you will find the link to my tutorial blog post.

http://digital-storytelling.juliemharrington.com/uncategorized/week-12-tutorial/

 

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