Friday, 18 April 2014

Timelapse Editing, Prop Making & Mosaics

There will be a new time lapse video on the YouTube channel very soon once I have put together a final edit for the channel so be sure to check out the youtube channel and check out my past videos from London and Cornwall.

I have been looking for some activities & projects to do over the next few months and have started doing more crafts and diy in the run up to a new range of content.
I will be blogging about crafts, diy, Prop making and more as it has been something i have been wanting to do ever since I have left university were I built props and set pieces for shows as part of my technical theatre course.

Here are just a few things I have made recently and over the past month:

I will be doing some more mosaic designs soon and will upload a few pictures soon.

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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Watercolor Race Car Paintings from

I have been working on the design of the site for the past month or so and it is now launched and ready to view by the public... Be the first to see the site...

The site features many watercolor paintings of race cars, rally cars, F1 cars and more...

The site has some great paintings like the ones displayed below:

Be sure to check out the site to see more photos like these...

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Thursday, 10 April 2014

WW2 Dambusters, Walking, Photography, The Ladybower Inn & More...

I have been away over the weekend and had a break in the country side and in the surrounding areas of
Ladybower Reservoir and the Derwent dams.

The break away was great and allowed me to get some photography done along with some more timelapse footage that i will be releasing soon once i have done some editing.

The area is amazing and is full of amazing places to see and some of the most scenic walks in the area with a rich history linked to the Dambusters operations of WW2.

The area has plenty of walks and bike tracks with great facilities offering cycle hire and refreshments.
We stayed in a local hotel called the Ladybower Inn that was perfect and offered great value for money and a nice place to rest and relax on a night after a long day of walking. The accommodation was nicely set out and peaceful.
The pub connected to the accommodation offered high quality meals with plenty of selection for small and large appetites and good selection of beer and drinks to suit everyone. The full cooked breakfast included in the accommodation is out of this world and sets you up for a full day of walking and outdoor activities in the area.

The area is well worth a visit and the stay at the Ladybower Inn was great and I would highly recommend the hotel to walkers and everyone in the area.

Be sure to check out my YouTube channel for more photography and time lapse work from the trip.

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