i have made 2 gifs, a girl gif and a galaxy gif. i am currently making another one, so be on the lookout! i will not say what it will be, though, because it's a secret, or mystery, or surprise, or - or whatever you want to call it. p.s. a gif is basically a short animation.
my favorite animal is........... arctic fox! ❤️
check out unicornblissful's projects! she is a great artist!
peppermintcupcake is going to start a monthly tynker newspaper! the newspaper will include pictures, stories, and more! remember to check back to peppermintcupcake's project page each month! p.s. this newspaper will begin in either may or june 2018! p.p.s read all about it! 📰🗞📰
i have made cake pop!!!, the talent show, a galaxy gif (animation), an update, and a shout - out. i will be making more! please don't be angry with me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1) you should always copy your projects! this way if one of your projects is deleted, like kenzie's project, there is always a spare! 2) never give up on coding! it's a great life skill, and it will help you later on in life! 3) if you get stuck when you're coding something, ask your parent about it. even though they might not know much about it, it is always a good idea to share your troubles with someone. it will give you encouragement to push through your problems! ❤️
q: have any of your projects been featured?
a: yes!!! my girl gif (animation)!!!
q: who are your favorite tynkerers?
a: i love purpleberry, unicornblissful, kenzie, and rainbowtacocat!!!!!
q: how long have you played tynker?
a: well, it was downloaded onto our school - issued ipads starting in 3rd grade, and every year, our work was deleted, because we had not made accounts. in 5th grade, i made an account myself. basically, i've played it for 2 years.
right now, i am working on a hello kitty quiz, a my cat cookie project, a joke show, and a few more!
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