Black and white, except it isn’t

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I’m glad this turned out like this. I used a technique our teacher Mrs. Kristen tough us. It’s a black and white picture with certain colors popping through. I chose warm colors like red and orange to pop out so it can contrast with the black and white background.

 

This picture is one I took during the Week Without Walls school trip to Mandalay. These are traditional puppets, and since they are very colorful, I decided to do this on them. Some of them have lots of warm colors on them but some barely have any.

 

What I did was have two layers. One original one with color and another black and white. Then if you use the eraser tool, the black and white layer will go away and the colored layer will come through. So you can pick and choose which parts of the picture will be colored and others to be black and white. I did this on GIMP which is a photo editing program we all used.

 

To the Third Trimester and Beyond

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So here’s a little bit about myself. I’m Wai Yan Win Aung, I’m 13 years old, and I attend Thalun International School. Currently I’m in 7th grade. I live in Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar. I have a younger sister who is in 5th grade. I enjoy reading, playing games and watching movies in my free time. My favorite subjects at school are Science and Social Studies.

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Another Blog Post About Wai Yan… Again (Updated)

Hey guys, my name is Wai Yan and I’m from Myanmar. This is a little bit about myself.

I  go to Thalun International School and this is an assignment for computer class. I was born in late 2005 so currently, I’m 12 years old and am in the 7th grade. I like a lot of stuff like playing games, reading books and watching videos. At school, my favorite subjects are Science, History and Geography. I live in Yangon which is the biggest city in Myanmar. I’m also interested in watching YouTube or Movies in my free time. My favorite movie is probably Avengers: Infinity War. I have a lot more favorites but that’s what’s off the top of my head.

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