A couple of days ago, I presented with my friend Andy at SWATCA (Teachers’ convention here in Lethbridge). We put together a short how to video for teachers wanting to share with their class how to do stop motion on an iPad. Here are the how to videos:
Perhaps the most impressive papercraft I’ve ever seen, engineer Aliaksei Zholner created a working v8 model almost completely out of paper with just a few pieces of scotch tape added to reduce friction. The engine is so tiny it fits inside the plastic container found inside a Kinder Surprise egg. In this demonstration video, Zholner […]
2015 has been a great year. Most excitingly, Andrea and I got engaged and will be married this year! Some other highlights of the year include: travelled to Kawaii, Hawaii working on the reserve in Brocket, AB spending the best summer of my life in Waskasui, Saskatchewan camping at the Ness Creek Music Festival seeing […]
Here’s to a very merry Christmas or whatever holiday celebration you happen to subscribe to this time of year. The lovely artwork above is from this photoshop tutorial.
Once again I have completed a year of “One Second Everyday” videos. I travelled quite a bit in 2014 and despite the occasional rocky week or four, it’s been a fantastic year. Some highlights include: teaching shop in Vulcan playing chess against a grandmaster travelling to Palm Springs and Disneyland travelling to Salt Spring and […]
Every day for a year I have been trying to remember to record and editing one second clips of video so that at the end of the year I could show the world what I’ve been up to for the last 365 days or so. As it turns out, I missed a couple of days […]
One Second Everyday – from November 2013.
I’m disappointed in myself because my October One Second Everyday video is missing a day. On October 21st the city of Lethbridge had their by-election and I wanted to get some footage at the poll so I didn’t take any other earlier and then I was so wrapped up in who I would vote for […]
The latest video in my One Second Everyday collection: