Wednesday, May 25, 2011
This is a picture of my Kidpix that I have done. The pink dribbles mean that, I can be upset sometimes. The colourful spiral means, I can be quite silly most of the time. The different colours at the bottom means, I can take risks and try new things every day. I hope you like my picture and... DIGIKIDS ROCKS!!!!
I took a photo on Photo Booth then I uploaded it on to KidPix. I used the paint Bucket for the back -ground, stamps for the hearts and flowers, text box for the writing and the drawing tools for the BIG heart.
HA HA HA
Do you think Kid Pix is a little kid thing? Actually it's totally not. Take my absolutely AWESOME kid pix here,how did I do it? I first did a background (I used the paintbucket) then imported some photos of SA and I. Then I added cute colourful bubbles and rainbows and gold stars (you get it in the paintbrush tool) around for a border. After that I doodled all over my pictures it was quite fun and hilarious. Thanks to CZ and SA for teaching me all these cool little details.
In this KidPix picture I have uploaded a photo from Photo Booth. Then I rubbed out half of it and the back ground on KidPix. Then I used the drawing tool to draw the other half. I find it hard to draw on KidPix because you are using a computer mouse not a pen.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Friday, May 6, 2011
We are learning to:
- Use all the basic tools in KidPix
- Import photos into KidPix
- Save KidPix files as .jpg
- Upload .jpg files to a blog
By Friday 20 May you should have completed a high quality picture of your choice in KidPix that demonstrates your knowledge of all the basic drawing tools we have discussed. You may also choose to import a photo. Once complete you need to upload this to our Digikids blog, write a brief comment about what you have done and add your initials to the tags.
Remember the rules - no stickers, stamps, animations, sounds or movies.