The best part of the fiftieth anniversary was having the oppertunity to do whatever you want to help the school prepare. In hindsight, I wish I had done more to help with graphic design stuff and finished the MCChute project.
I would say that being able to work without guidelines is a skill that anyone has to have. If [insert name here] gets into ADV. Media Arts, they will be able to start and finish any project they want, as well a jillion different photography oppertunities.
Over the course of the year, I have made a 💩-ton of minecraft projects, from a castle (I did the arrow launchers and other redstone) and parkour (Cosmetics and such) with Miles, Owen, Emitt, and Toby. Currently, I'm working on a Coliseum with Emitt (Look for the redstone throne!), a Geometry dash level, and an Arduino Chat-Bot. My favorite part of this year was making massive structures in minecraft with no cheats and only creative mode.
In this map, I made most of the custom commands and a lot of the other redstone stuff. Miles and Owen tested it, and Toby built the parkour. Also, I built the Cosmetic stuff, like the specific blocks for the parkours and hiding secrets.
~Holiday Villiage in minecraft,
~Quest for Fish, an RPG in AppInventor,
~A scale model of the chute stage,