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Technology classes study animation

Technology classes study animation
Leaders in Jesse Henley’s second-period technology applications class include Wendy Morales, Kiana Churchill, John Valdez, Krysstal Gonzalez, Brooke Brown, and Tayanna Rose.

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Students in Jesse Henley’s technology applications class at Floresville Middle School have been learning about animation using a software program called Stykz.

The students utilized Stykz to create frame-by-frame animated characters and objects. They started out by creating a simple animation of making a stick figure walk. After learning the basics of Stykz animation, the students were then able to create their own animated movies that included creating animated characters and objects.

The students really enjoyed working with this software program as it gave them all valuable insight into how animation is created. They all displayed a great deal of interest and skill using Stykz and plan to take high school-level courses to further their knowledge in graphics animation.

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