I’m making a story, and I think it’s going to be awesome.
Here’s what I’m working on now, we’re still editing, and writing.
-Group walking around
-They see the haunted house
-One says their family owns the house, although he has never seen the inside of the house
-They go to the front door
-See Beautiful stairs and how beautiful the house is inside
-Walk up the stairs
-Open a door
-Go into a room with a big picture
-The picture was of the relative who owned the house and left it to the persons family
the autumn leafs crunched when the kids stepped on them. They all came back from school. It was a long day for them. Im so bored, said merle what should we do today? Merle was a tall and funny kid. He loved to make jokes and pull pranks. He had brown hair and light green eyes. Let’s get pizza, saideric. Im out of money, cole said. So am I , cole added.
So after my really long break. So sorry Lexi. I have decided to make a video about my dream I had a year ago. What’s it about. I cannot tell whatsoever, but it’s gonna be amazing. I have a bunch of cool pictures to describe the experiences the of the ending of humanity. AND now a video song by OF MONSTERS OF MEN.
Today Romi and Alli decided to start work on our final project! Romi really liked the poem project we did a few weeks back, so we decided to do a similar video using a poem that Romi likes called Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll. We spent today practicing reading the poem out loud and we finally decided to record it together, switching off every verse. After a few false starts (where Alli forgot to turn on the microphone and recorded three minutes of silence), we finally were able to record the whole poem on Audacity. We also began looking for pictures that are going to go into our slideshow to illustrate the poem. It was a little difficult because there are many words in the poem that are not real words in English (or any other language, for that matter).
We can’t wait to see what everyone else has chosen to work on for their final projects!
Today, we both recorded poems on audacity and matched images over them in final cut pro. I enjoyed it. I don’t really like speaking into the thing, but I liked looking for pictures and I really like reading the poems, not necessarily writing them.