Thursday, 9 March 2017

My Visual Mihi

Welcome to my Visual Mihi. Have you ever heard of what a visual mihi is? Well if you haven't, here is an example of my own visual mihi and I will tell all about what the pictures mean. In a visual mihi there are four different pictures or drawings that you have created to symbolise what you enjoy or what you believe in. As you might have already noticed, I believe in christ because of the drawing of the cross in the background, I am also really keen to be out playing sports with family and friends. I come from the islands of tonga and I grew up in a musical family. The last thing you should also include in your visual mihi is a picture of yourself. To complete this task I used hyperstudio to draw all the different symbols on six different slides, then on the last slide I combined all the pictures, my hobbies or religious in the background and myself in the front. Another way to join all your drawings is on comic life where you can put your images into different shapes and sizes.
Please feel free to leave a comment below if you have the time.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Seini,
    I'm pretty sure you already know me, but i'll introduce myself again. My name is Aaliyah i'm a Year 6 student currently attending St Pius X Catholic School, Glen Innes.
    Wow! I really like your Visual Mihi. It shows everything that you love to do, and shows more detail about yourself. I also come from a musical family, though I am the only one not musical. In conclusion, I think your visual Mihi really shows more about you and your background.
    Well Done!