Inspired by a myth about the sun and the moon, as well as a commercial that features a certain Ozzy Osbourne song, the students at MS 246 created this AWESOME animation. We spent a day cutting out shapes for our scenes, which turned into a nice day at the park (except for some brief inclement weather). The next day we animated the scene by using frame by frame animation. At the end of the day, some really adorable monsters showed up and ate everything in the scene.
I am the happiest and at peace in this room. Its like I’m living in a memory or a distant past. I’m able to play and joke with my uncle. My grandma is giving me warm hugs and wise advice. I can smell the roses on her perfume. And the cool, fresh smell of the sea is on my uncle. We are talking and catching up. I take a step back to look at them sitting on the couch with smiles on their faces as the light shines on them. They look heavenly. I never want to leave my living room because in here the seven foot distance is nonexistent. By: Sterling Gionne
Today I got a picture of someone I didn’t know and my task was to give it a character of our own. I gave it a gender of a woman. Her name is Sonia Richards, she is 16 years of age, she is straight, she goes to church on Saturdays, and she loves pizza. She hopes to marry to a charming guy someday and she is scared of spiders. Sonia woke up one morning and as she always does she go to her window and look at the park across the street and look at the morning people exercising with their pets. Suddenly she heard a huge crashing of metals together out side so she ran out there. She was great by two cars facing each other head on. She heard the people commenting on the accident how the guy was texting and he didn’t see that he was in the next lane and he went head on to the vehicle that was coming. No one was injured badly but Sonia called the police anyway so they could sort out this mess and keep the traffic going.