Tag: Cybersmart

The Jandal Throw – Manaiakalani Film Festival

Perseverance! What does that word mean?  Miss Tele’a’s Cybersmart group decided to make a film about ‘perseverance’ – a word lots of us had not know the meaning of previously.  We had lots of fun planning, acting in and filming our movie.  It definitely took a lot of perseverance.  No student or staff was harmed in the making of this film – they are just very skilled actors (fa’afetai lava Miss Gerry!).  We hope you enjoy our film ‘The Jandal Throw’ and are reminded to never give up.

Teacher :

Contestants :

Teacher hit in face :

  • Miss Gerry

Announcers :

Crowd :

Mr Shaking Hands :

8-Bit Pixel Art

<-Ash and Pikachu by Kendric.  Click here to visit his blog.

Pikachu by Darius. Click here to visit his blog  ->

 

 

In Cybersmart this week, we have been learning about pixels.  A “pixel” is a single point in a picture.  On a screen, a pixel is usually in a square.  Mr Goodwin showed us how to use the website make8bitart.com to create our pictures.  We first practiced by copying an image of Ash and Pikachu from Pokemon.  We were then able to create our own 8 bit art of whatever we wanted.  Here are some of the 8 bit artworks we created :

 

The flag of China by Ikimotu.  Click here to visit Iki’s blog.

Sonic the Hedgehog by Beniz.  Click here to visit Beniz’s blog.

Ash and Pikachu by Sweet-E.  Click here to visit Sweet-E’s blog.

Pokeball by Mateo.  Click here to visit Mateo’s blog.

A scene from Pokemon by Jeremiah.  Click here to visit Jeremiah’s blog.

Chinese Dragon and Hello Kitty by Valencia.  Click here to visit Valencia’s blog.

If you would like to see the instructions we received from Mr Goodwin before we did this task, you can click here.

Monsters!

Today in Cybersmart we learned to use the Polyline and Curve line tool to draw our own shapes.

We focused on making sure we connected our last point to our first point so that a shape was created. You know for sure that you’ve done it correctly if the shape turns blue!

Another trick we learned was to double click on the created shape, and adjust the points using the purple dots. This is great for fixing up small errors.

For today’s session we all made our own monsters, it was really fun!

 

Google Draw Space Scene

Today in our Cybersmart lesson with Mr Goodwin we were learning to use the shape tools in Google Drawings. We created a space scene using different shapes. We created a rocket using a triangle, a rectangle, and a rounded same side corner rectangle, and some explosion shapes. Once we coloured it, it looked like a rocket.

We also used the gradient tool to create interesting looking planets. Check them out.

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