Reflection: For this project we had to create a maze and make the sprite go through. It was not as difficult as all of the other projects because we were just making lines and forming them into a maze. Making the sprite go through was very simple because it just needed to be glided from one place to another.
Reflection: What do you think the main premise and overall conflict of your story will be? I think the main premise was to create a problem and fix that problem at the end with a solution. In my coding project, there was a princess that traveled a long way to find her cat and was stopped by a dragon that wouldn't let her go by. It was a problem because she told him what she was looking for and he said that he was going to kill her cat. In the end the prince came and saved her cat. I needed to do the same thing I did for all the other coding projects just with different wording and where their location was.
Reflection: For this activity, we needed to make a rainy day with lightning and a conversation. It was really easy because I followed the videos. In order to add the rain and lighting natural, there needed to be a when flag clicked to start it and then there needed to be a go to front so the rain would go in front of everything on the screen. Then there needed to be a forever block. In the forever block there is a go to x and y and another one that said glide secs to x and y. Those were for the rain to rain properly. The second screenshot shows how to make the lightning affect. I always need to add the when flag clicked to activate it. I needed the forever block again to make it all go forever. Inside the forever block I had to add wait pick random with an amount of secs to make the lightning seem natural. Then I have a switch backdrop to night sky because that is what it is suppose to start and end on. Then it repeats to the lightning backdrop for 20.
Reflection Question: How did knowledge of location and movement impact your code? - Knowledge of location and movement impacted my code because in order to make your code, you need to know what the x and y axis is, what a rotation, reflection and translation is. The picture below was my second scratch forming an S. I thought it was the hardest because of all the numbers I had to input for the x and y axis.
For the second coding project, we needed to create dialogue between two characters without any questions.