The project I want to work on in December is building another building in MInecraft, because I really enjoyed working on that this past month. If I finish that before December is over, I think I might make something using the 3d printer or Carvey, because that seems like fun. I will kniw I'm done with my Minecraft build when I have built something (I don't know what) to the best of my ability and I can't think of any improvements to make to it.
This trimester I worked on a variety of different projects. The first project I made was in Flash Animation, and at first it was difficult for me to create what I wanted to, but after I worked on the animation for long enough I was able to figure out how to animate what I wanted. After that, I ended up making a few more flash animations, and those were all pretty easy for me to make. The tween flash animation was hard for me though, because I had a hard time getting the shapes to move in the way I wanted. Even though I eventually figured most of it out, the end of the animation was still a little messy, so that was harder for me to make than the other animations were. After that, the final project I worked on this trimester was building in Minecraft, which was a little easier this year because I worked in Minecraft last year, but it was still pretty difficult. One of the most difficult things about Minecraft was that since you build in a world, there were always animals and water and lava and other things getting in the way of what I was trying to build. After starting over a few times, I was finally able to build what I wanted, and I learned a lot about how Minecraft works.
This is my final project for the 1st trimester, and it is a tour of the things I have built in my world in Minecraft.