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Oregon Trail

We liked the volume you used. We also liked the pictures. How did they know they traveled 15 miles a day? How long did it take them to fix the wagon wheel?

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Lulus Adventure

We liked the storyline. We also liked the audio. Maybe you could put your pictures into proportions so the dog is smaller than the humans. What happened to the squirrel? Did it continue on the trail with them or go its separate way?

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Golden dream

We liked the moral of the story. We also liked volume of the audio. How did he find that certain pickaxe through all the other ones? One suggestion is to make sure all of the pictures are clear.

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Ana, Andrea, Walker, Donivan

We liked how detailed the pictures were. We also liked how detailed the story was. Maybe make the wife look sadder when she founds out her husband is dead. Our other suggestion is to maybe add more detail to why he died.

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Cowboys

We liked how detailed the campfire drawings were. We also liked the volume of the voices. Why did the cowboy steal gold? How did he make a friend?

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Act 3

We liked your drawings. We liked how clear your voice was and there was no background noise. Maybe you could explain the story a little better. Our other suggestion is to take clearer photos so they aren’t so blurry.

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Week 7

We liked your drawings. We also liked how the characters ended up friends in the end. Maybe you could say because of that less so it isn’t so repetitive. Our other suggestion is to talk slower and show the pictures longer.

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Gold rush

We liked the many different views you had for the pictures. We also liked the lesson you taught your character. To add to the story you could add him finding gold at the end when he gets out. You might also want to record in a quieter place so we can hear you better.

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Weighted- Act 2

The expressions for your characters are great!

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Way Home ACT 2

Great pictures! My suggestion is to add some narration to help add to the story.

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Act 1-2

Cute drawings.😂

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The Lonely Fish: Acts 1 and 2

I like how you made the audience want to cheer for the characters. Maybe add more information about the octopus.

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Act 1 and Act 2

I like how you develop your characters during the story. My suggestion is to talk slower so it is easier to understand.

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Act 1 and 2

Your story and drawings are very good. My suggestion to speak louder.

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Act 1,2&3

The pictures look good but could you speak louder.

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Act 1 Storyreel for Luna

I like how detailed your art is. My suggestion is to maybe explain things a little quicker. Nothing was unclear.

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Act one storyreel

Try taking louder

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Act 1 - Stella

I like how many pictures you showed to help explain the story. My suggestion is to show them for a longer time. The story was a little unclear why were they going on an airplane?

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Lux Act 1

Try more details

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The Princess Act 1

Try with no music and less color

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Act 1 Storyboard

I like how in detail you went when explaining your story. My only suggestion is to record in a place where it won’t echo. Nothing was unclear.

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Act 1

Thy telling more about Ari

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Toxic Perfectionism in Parenting Act 1

I like how your art really helps explain your story. My suggestion is maybe give the girl a name so we can get to know her more. Nothing was unclear.

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Act 1: The Lonely Fish

I like your art style, it is very unique and creative. My suggestion is maybe have only the important colored like the fish and that would be it. Nothing was unclear.

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Week 5 video

Try showing if it is a because of than or not

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