My biggest was making my design possible because it was hard attaching all cardboards together, sometimes hot glue slides down the cardboard which makes my success a little bit harder. Even if I make it, I failed it because the hot glue slid down. But successfully, I made it without my hands shaking too much.
My biggest obstacle was making a lid on top, I have to stick four small pieces of cardboard on another cardboard to make the lid. I have to make sure that the four small pieces are the same and make sure the hot glue is not sliding off. I failed a little bit but I guess it’s ok because it’s not a pretty big influence on the project.
I learned how to control the hot glue without falling off, well kind of. I developed my sketching and my planning during the start of my project.
I found out when I started making a project, I always change the plan a little bit because my plans are sometimes not realistic. Now I get to know myself a little bit more, I chase for success.
If I have more time to edit and revise my prototype, I will make the handle stronger. The handle right now is pretty weak and it’s bent, I might use some steel to make the handle stronger.
The biggest success of my game was the goal. I spent over 2 days designing the goal. It’s very hard to hold the cardboard together while you are using hot glue. I think it was worth it.
The biggest obstacle was the sticks and the cardboard men, I spent 1 flex time fixing the sticks and sticking the cardboard men. The sticks are hard to fix and it’s very weak, but I tried my best at the last lesson.
The one thing that I would like to improve is to change the sticks’ length, it’s too short and it’s very hard to control the sticks. I will stick 2 sticks together if I had much more time to improve and reflect.
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