This assignment for CT101 was difficult to understand at first. Thanks to professor Ryan’s help, I finally figured out how to animate images in Photoshop. Also, I had to experiment with the timeline in order make the animation work the way I wanted it to. At first, I was going to create a static animation with the background, just like professor’s animation. Instead, I ended up with an animation where the chicken is moving across the checkerboard. For the checkerboard, I took out some squares that were there before, and replaced them with a different color, however it was not my intention to have the stripes on the other squares. I accidentally clicked on a beige square, and it ended up adding a stripe. It looked pretty cool, so I kept it, and clicked on some other beige squares. My mistake was saving it as an image, instead of an animation, so this is what I ended up with. I tried going back into the file to change it, but it loaded as an image, and not my original animation. I will continue to experiment with animating in Photoshop, and learn how to save, and upload it correctly.