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Flexibility drives final 3DMA project

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Students in 3DMA were able to choose from a variety of options, including clay, for their final project.

The end of the year project for 3DMA allowed student to either model an environment, model a character, or do a :30 animation allowing for flexibility to show learning throughout the year. 

“The end of the year project they can either model an environment, model a character, or do a thirty second animation and we have also added a clay model,” 3DMA teacher Demas Lamas said. “So the purpose is to incorporate all the skills they learned. They learned bits and pieces of the modeling and animation things like that and this brings it all together in one project.”

For sophomore Owen Higgins, using clay for 3D Animation was an easy choice.

“Definitely building the clay instead of online,” Higgins said. “I like it because it’s more hands-on than just looking at videos and you have to actually do it yourself and it’s not online.”

With projects ranging from  to, students have done more than  project over the year, however, students such as freshmen Vikrant Khanwalkar likes the idea of doing whatever he wants in 3DMA

“The end of the year project gives us a freedom of whatever we can do so it’s our choice,” Khanwalkar said. “We get several options to do whatever project we want and each of us is creative.”

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Michael is a senior, and this is his second year joining the Wingspan crew as a senior for the 2020-21 school year. He enjoys his art, photography, others minding their own business and much more. He is very passionate about fighting for what's right and determined to have things go his way, his way or the highway. Make sure to wear a heat resistant covering cause his style is very fire and unique. Contact Michael:

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