When you are starving in class so you make an animation about donuts

During class I could not stop thinking about how hungry I was. That morning I skipped breakfast so I would not be late for class, and I did not have time to pick up anything from the store. Likewise, I chose this image as an animation because I have the craziest sweet tooth, plus I have never witnessed a drink so delicious.

Even though this is not my first time using Photoshop, it was my first time creation a GIF on it. For the assignment I did struggle quite a bit. The most challenging part of creating this animation design for me was being able to turn all the images I saved into a GIF. I had forgotten what to press. But with the help of a classmate we figured it out together.


First Day Reactions!

Anybody that knows Kelsey personally knows I HATE to wake up early!!!!!  Even though I have realized it is good to start the day early, I have always been an evening and night person. So when my alarm went off at 8:15 I was instantly cranky and sad.

This was my reaction when the professor Ryan went through the syllabus and spoke on what he expects from each student. I began to feel less cranky and tired, and completely interested in what this course had to offer.

At the end of class, I was excited to start this new journey of blogging and receiving more knowledge about how I can express myself better through media using tools I have never used. I cannot wait for the rest of this semester!


gif animation

I created this League of Legends gif because i enjoy playing this game and the illustration looks really cool.

Since i couldn’t finish making a gif during class, i had to go home and create one. I tried to find photoshop online but it was very costly. So i ended up searching for apps similar to photoshop. After doing some search on the web i finally found an app called GIMP. It has most of the feature that photoshop offers. On top of that the app is free!!

Here is the link to download GIMP for free:


Also if you want to watch the tutorial this video will be helpful: