This weeks assignments were very interesting and I
enjoyed them all. It started off with my interpretation of what storytelling is. That can be found here.
The one I liked the most was the story told in five frames because it allowed me to describe an event entirely through pictures and not using any words. The pictures I decided to use very accurately tell everything that happened the day I went skydiving.
I also liked the assignment to tell the shape of a story.
There were so many options to choose from but I chose a movie with a very simple plot to make sure my visual representation of the shape wasn’t too complicated.
Commenting on other people’s work was very fun. I liked getting to see how others interpreted the assignments and the creative ways they did them. It also gave me ideas on how I could have done my assignments differently even though it was all the same concept. The posts I commented on were this story and this one. The feedback I got allowed me to realize what I
could have done differently and what changes I could have made to make the post more viewer friendly.
When reviewing the story of a previous student I found it to be very insightful to what future assignments I will be doing in this course.
For this week’s daily created, I contributed to the poem and I told a story of an ocean in my backyard.
The Ocean in my Backyard http://t.co/1wawAsqlc0
— Chantel Moton (@CMoton24) September 11, 2015
Overall, I feel like I am getting used to the assignments and I’m excited to see what the rest of the semester has in store.