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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Sanujan's Animation



Sanujan created this wonderful animation to show one of the effects of throwing rubbish down our stormwater drains. A powerful message presented in a creative way. Great work Sanujan!

9 comments:

  1. Kia Ora Digital Footsteps,
    Sanujan your animation is quite informative. It is sad when animals die because of pollution and rubbish. I think it is great that you made an animation telling and showing people why they shouldn’t litter.

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  2. Hi i like your animation it is really cool and i like the way you pot stop littering and polluting.

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  3. Hello Sanujan, My Name is Alexis, I really like your water pollution animation. I think you gave us a clear message to not pollute the water and to save animals from dying out. Some animals think that it is their favourite food to eat like turtles think that plastic bags are jellyfish. Then they eat the plastic bag and they dye but it's rubbish.

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  4. Hi,
    My name is Kiana and I am a Te Ngahere student at Paihia School.
    I really like how you made a animation about trying to keep the ocean safe and clean. In my opinion you did really well at trying to make a message and trying to get through our heads why you really shouldn’t pollute anywhere.

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  5. Hello Sanujan I go to Paihia Primary School and I just want to say your animation is spectacular. I totally agree with your statement about water pollution. People don’t really care about their rubbish and the sea life so I think it was good you made that so that people can be reminded.

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  6. Hi my name is Lucy and I go to Paihia School. I really like your animation I think you put in a lot of effort into it. In my opinion it took along time for the person to walk down a street, so next time maybe try and make it go faster. Also maybe next time you can add more sea creation eating the bag.

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  7. Kia Ora Sanujan, My name is Lillie and I’m from Karoro School down South on the West Coast of New Zealand.

    I really like your animation I thought it was very creative. I believe that it shared a really powerful message to those who are watching it. I think that because of your work people will stop throwing rubbish into drains and straight into the sea.

    How long did it take you to make it? Did you enjoy making it? I really liked how much effort you put into your animation it has inspired me to try do one myself. Overall I think you did a really good job on your work!!

    ~Lillie

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  8. Kia Ora Sanujan

    I really liked the idea of making a slideshow showing what happens when you litter. I also think you did a really good job making this animation, you must've put a lot of work into this and it must've taken a lot of time.

    There is really nothing I can really spot you did wrong so good job on that. Next time you could make more details in the water like fish swimming around or something like that.

    Come check out my block at (http://karorojacksh.blogspot.co.nz/) or the class blog at (http://ksrumatahi.blogspot.co.nz/)

    From Jack at Karoro School

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  9. Kia Ora Sanujan,

    My name is Molly from Karoro school on the West Coast. I agree with your statement that polluting the water is wrong. It is not only is wrong but it is dangerous for marine life. I also really enjoyed watching your animation. I thought that you had presented it in a very clever way! Your animation held my attention because it was creative but it also gave me a clear and strong message!

    It took me quite a long time to get through you animation because it had 310 slides! Maybe next time you could improve your work by, moving the key characters/objects even more next time to make less slides.

    In the past few weeks we have been using a couple of websites to present our work in creatives ways. This was to hold the reader's attention while giving a strong and clear message. Maybe you could try them out? They are Scratch and Powtoon.

    Go and visit my blog! http://karoromollyw.blogspot.co.nz/

    Keep up the good work!

    Molly

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