Hey this is Chris, I got access to a computer real quick just to let you know I’m still surviving up in here. The Maryland State Prison is nothing for me, this place will never break me, I’m a man and too hard to get softened up by prison. I’ve got an old man from the streets to keep me company, you all might know him from Avon’s Organization, Wey-Bey. Every once in while I get time to talk up the old days. Messed up my boy Michael killed my partner in crime. No hard feelings though, Snoop would never go out without a fight and she went down like a real G, and it goes to show how well I taught Michael, that boy could have been the next ME. My time is up, go watch Season 5 of the Wire so you can see how I got caught and how I took the murder charges for my man Marlo. Real Gangster for life.
1. Open paint program for your Operating System.
2. Create Post it note colored squares to replicate note pads.
3. Insert text and type in notes and lists for your character.
4. Change the text font to resemble handwriting (Example: Bradely Hand ITC)
5. Arrange the notes to look like a post it board.
6. Save as image file and upload to http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/post-it-notes-and-grocery-lists/
7. Tag as VisualAssignments, VisualAssignments1505
1. Find a photo of the individual wanted, and convert to black and white. Go to http://www172.lunapic.com/editor/?action=effect-bw if you don’t have software.
2. Go to http://www.mobilefish.com/services/wanted_poster/wanted_poster.php and upload the B/W photo you just created.
3. Fill in the information related to your character (Crime, Name, Contact #, Reward)
4. Once information is completed, click the “Generate” button
5. Right click and “Save As” to save your image.
6. Complete! Upload to: VisualAssignments, VisualAssignments1386 at http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/wanted-poster/
The post award celebration photo of Chris and Snoop after they won the award for “Most Gangster Crime duo”
The laugh track would remind me of how a psychopath would react to violence, changing the scene from a violent perception to a view from a psychotic mind.