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Comment on Why don’t you RSA that!? by Amir

That was rally nice to made the video in RSA style and always I was wondering about this. The editing was quite strong and nice. I agree with one of your advice and that’s going to work for sure which is the primer relating to website improvements and the former regarding how Constru Casa can utilise TWTICH ( a HUGE gamer platform) to raise awareness and money.

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Comment on Why don’t you RSA that!? by matesolah

I really like to RSA animation idea, so I’m looking forward to see your final result and get insights about the editing, what you’ve done. (:

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Comment on Why don’t you RSA that!? by esmeemessemaker

Your reflections are always very interesting! You really take quality into account. The history in the beginning is very cool! Which method did you use for the video? How did the filming go? Any struggles or did it went fluent?

Curious to see your video tomorrow :)

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Comment on The final touch – Reflection Post Week 8 by jacqh94

It has been a hard week but it has been a very rewarding week! I managed to collect two more emails of people who would actually want to donate money if ConstruCasa would approach them and explain the situation. I put in a good word as did my mother. Plus I finished translating the powerpoint of ConstruCasa’s yearly meeting so that it is understandable for the non-dutch speaking audience. I also worked a bit with illustrator for the first time, but mainly used photoshop to create the scenes for our video :) I’m happy that I was able to help in this aspect! It was great that Oliver and I filled in the tech stewards place together as we managed to produce some awesome drawings together! It definitely is important to look out for each other because in the end we made a great team and we did very well by providing as much help to ConstruCasa as we could. I learnt a lot from my team members, to make sure I ask for help when I need it and that I should not be ashamed if I don’t manage something on my own. And to communicate with each other, I found that I struggled with that in the beginning, since I’m used to the Technical University way of working (on your own, keep up or you’re left behind). But now I make sure I provide help and ask for help when needed! :) A round of applause for the ducks and the split of course since we’ve worked closely with them these past few weeks! Now hopefully we are able to make a difference for ConstruCasa!!

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Comment on Almost There!!! by Nancy White

I like how you are pulling out and making visible your lessons learned! I hope next year’s students read these final reflection blogs! :-)

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Comment on Almost There!!! by Nancy White

I like how you are pulling out and making visible your lessons learned! I hope next year’s students read these final reflection blogs! :-)

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Comment on The final touch – Reflection Post Week 8 by ollieg2

Now that we are in the final stages of this project and our teamwork is doing well I think we all feel quite confident in our final “product”. Communication between all of us is now regular, as stated above, and we all look out for each other. This is great and I think our work will reflect this group mentality. Now that our script is finalized with no more background chit-chat, all that’s left is drawing and editing. I’m very excited to use a Wacom tablet for the first time, and already have a clear drawing blueprint (as pictured above). To wrap things up I’d like to say thanks to my group members for helping and guiding me with the digital drawing process (I’m new to this). Cheers!

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Comment on The final touch – Reflection Post Week 8 by ollieg2

Now that we are in the final stages of this project and our teamwork is doing well I think we all feel quite confident in our final “product”. Communication between all of us is now regular, as stated above, and we all look out for each other. This is great and I think our work will reflect this group mentality. Now that our script is finalized with no more background chit-chat, all that’s left is drawing and editing. I’m very excited to use a Wacom tablet for the first time, and already have a clear drawing blueprint (as pictured above). To wrap things up I’d like to say thanks to my group members for helping and guiding me with the digital drawing process (I’m new to this). Cheers!

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Comment on Reflection Blog – Week 7 by carokyvik

Working in the Ducks in way more fun now! It is really satisfying to see how everything is coming together, and how a finalized product is becoming a reality. Working with The Split has been a new challenge, as strong personalities are again involved, and sometimes our views in how to make the video overlap, but we have figured out a way to arrive to the middle point.

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Comment on Reflection Blog – Week 7 by carokyvik

Working in the Ducks in way more fun now! It is really satisfying to see how everything is coming together, and how a finalized product is becoming a reality. Working with The Split has been a new challenge, as strong personalities are again involved, and sometimes our views in how to make the video overlap, but we have figured out a way to arrive to the middle point.

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