This is my HOHAM project. Everyone had a partner for this project. My partner Robby and I were assigned a villain, we named her Grandma Brainstorm. First we had to draw a picture of Grandma Brainstorm and decide what special powers she would have. Grandma Brainstorm's special powers allowed her to control other people's minds and she could create lightening with her cane. We were assigned the word "Perspective" for our villain. The definition of perspective is; "Subjective evaluation of relative significance; a point of view." The word perspective applies to Grandma Brainstorm because she is not afraid to give her point of view to other villains.
Our project included us writing a short comic for our villain, drafting a sketch of our villain, giving our villain a name, and naming the colors we planned on using for our project. We also had to list the objects we were going to use and the clothes that our villain was going to wear. We had to trace Grandma Brainstorm on a large piece of wood that was 2 feet long. We used an electric saw to cut out the drawing. Next, we painted our villain and gave her white hair by applying cotton stuffing. Once our villain was painted and dried, we displayed her on the ceiling by the 9th grade classrooms for everyone to see.