The Beginning

It is over. I have just presented my last piece of work as a level 5 student.  There is still around 10 days left of official term but my input is done and dusted. So, time for an end of year review.  Normally I  would leave it a few weeks and see how I feel, […]

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Black Sheep

Time to discuss the black sheep of the show: FUTURES!   The end of year show is not just about subject.  Even though we only have enough space to display two projects on our main boards, it would be a crime to not display of previous Field Futures project: Amazon PULSE. This, is Frank 2.0 […]

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Board Games

Finally the day has arrived where we display our work.  The space we have is small.  Enough to put one A2 board landscape, with a few millimetres either side.  There is height for more, but the boards are a little too high for my tastes.  Too dominating.  Too enclosing.  We have two of these each […]

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Out of Time

Great news!  The rest of my drill casing is in my possession!  I finally have the handle to my drill.  I have four days max to finish my model.  Considering spray paints and spray fillers need to dry overnight, this is not great. Oh well, I must endure and see what I can do. The […]

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Half Shell

As Promised, here are some of the photos of my drill. I say drill, the shell of the drill. I say shell.  Half of the shell as I am still  awaiting the rest.  

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Melting

Progress is stalling. My presentation boards were sent to the printers last week and have come out well.  This is good as they were not cheap!  £8 for a single A2 sheet!  One sheet!  What makes this more of a punch in the face is that an A3 sheet is £1.60!?!?  Huh?   Add to […]

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Mind Your Own FUTURE (PDP)

MYOB From the off, I was keen to try out MYOB.  I saw it as an opportunity to learn new skills, create something and place it in the public eye for scrutiny.  Also, the chance to earn some bunce is  always a bonus.   Day one arrived with a feeling of trepidation: who would my […]

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