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    Postcard: Revisited

    I originally completed the “Postcards From Magical Places” assignment back in Week 6, where I made a postcard for the 4077 MASH unit from the television show M*A*S*H. However, anyone who may had read that post might remember that I mentioned I originally did not want to generate a postcard from M*A*S*H. Instead, I wanted to make a postcard for Stalag 13, the World War II German P.O.W. camp that serves as the setting of the television series Hogan’s Heroes. I mentioned back then that I wasn’t sure how to incorporate an image from the show into a postcard, since I could not find any aerial views of the set…

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    Barcode Bob Ross

    For my final assignment this week I wanted to do something a bit odd that I could connect back to our class theme. After seeing all the Bob Ross silhouettes online, as well as the logo on our class site, I was ecstatic to do the assignment “Barcode Transformation” by turning Bob Ross into a barcode! As you can see from the image embedded in this post, I used a silhouetted image of Bob Ross’s head for the overall design. The silhouette image I used can be found here, and the barcode I used can be found here. Both were fetched after a quick Google Search, during which I was…

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    An Architectural Mode

    For this post, I will be going over what I did for the assignment “Back To Basics!” To start off, I did not use either of the games mentioned in the assignment’s description. I’m not a huge fan of Minecraft, though sometimes I find myself playing it for fun, and Roblox has never interested me and I refused to download it for this assignment. Instead, I decided to use one of the games I do have: The Sims 4. For anyone unfamiliar with it, the Sims franchise is a life simulation game that allows you to create sims, who are the people that populate the game, and play through their…