I decided to do the story map assignment for this week.
The story map included my character dossier Sylvia and Kendall Parker’s character dossier Jewel. I kind of used this as a spin off from our radio show, this is because of how I did the seduction using both Jewel and Sylvia like we did in the MaNOIRpulators.
The story line behind the map is that the two women are trying to find the man who killed one of their good friends. In order to do this they have to travel all the way across the world to try to locate him and do their friendship duty of killing him off. The pictures I used for the map all came off of a google image search!
Hope you enjoy!
WHAt’s In the bag…?
Sylvia’s bag is pretty simple and doesn’t contain anything too complex. She has perfume to splash on for important interviews, a notebook for her note taking when interviewing subjects for her news articles, and of course, her favorite pen. She carries around her blush and blush brush to apply before meeting new people, she always makes sure to make good impressions. Her sassy red lips aren’t complete without the red gloss she carries with her every where she goes. However, there are two unusual aspects of her items in her purse — the iridescent knife and the bottle of medicine prescribed to someone other than Sylvia.. What could this possibly signify?! Is this a murder weapon? Has she been drugging her victims?
Comparing The Past To The Present
I did this for the visual assignment asking for a picture of you in comparison to your parent at around the same age. One the left is my mom when she was about 19 and on the right is me at 20! Just a few wardrobe differences!
So I totally decided to do the Shakespearean LOLcats visual assignment because WHO DOESN’T LOVE LOLcats?! And it goes hand in hand with my love for animals! Here is it!
I chose this picture because when I think of cats I always think of what they get themselves into, then I saw the quote from Macbeth by Shakespeare and it was like fate, I had to do it.
I did the visual assignment about adding a poem to a picture that matches the idea behind the poem. First, I chose my poem which is Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost then I contemplated what picture I was going to use and I thought of the picture I took last semester on my walk back from one of my walks on campus. I thought this captured nature, going from green to gold.