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Ivory Bookend by Stewart Davies

This is my design for my mothers birthday, I have already made one small version because I couldn’t afford to make a full scale one. If you have a spare moment could you please vote for me in this competition and maybe this will become a full scale working reality :)

So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.
Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!
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So yesterday i went to Huashan Mountain (2 hour bus) from XI’an after my mother specifically told me not to, my little china bible told me it would take around 8 hours to complete by walking up it but i ended up doing it in 5 hours because of my beard. In total the ascent was 2096m which is also more or a less how much dead i would be if i fell off them planks since they where on the tallest peak, naturally. I don’t know what the average incline would be but there where some parts of the trail that where basically vertical and i think the path leading up to the 1st peak (1614m) was only 3 km from the start of the trail.

Unfortunately everything was quite cloudy after a certain elevation so my pictures arnt too clear, near the top though you start to appear above the clouds, just not enough to make anything of it.

**students of next year, if your reading this and god has graced you with one or two working legs then go!

Made a paper-craft lemon grenade from the portal franchise, the top was the most fiddly trying to join it onto the actual lemon. Yes the pin is removable :3if you want your own go to my previous blog post to download the template.
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Camera
Nikon D90
ISO
400
Aperture
f/5.6
Exposure
1/30th
Focal Length
42mm

Made a paper-craft lemon grenade from the portal franchise, the top was the most fiddly trying to join it onto the actual lemon. Yes the pin is removable :3

if you want your own go to my previous blog post to download the template.

Ever wanted your own combustible lemons? Of course you have!
Now with this sheet of paper you can have all the lemon grenades you want, so long as you have enough paper (made for A4 size) and ink. Just download the template, cut out and glue together, i suggest using UHU or another fast drying glue.

"When life gives you lemons, don’t make lemonade - make life take the lemons back! Get mad! I don’t want your damn lemons, what am I supposed to do with these? Demand to see life’s manager. Make life rue the day it thought it could give Cave Johnson lemons. Do you know who I am? I’m the man who’s gonna burn your house down! With the lemons. I’m going to to get my engineers to invent a combustible lemon that burns your house down!" ~ Cave Johnson

Paper Naboo N1 fighter made for a Mr Keiron Caulder because of an oath.

Feel free to download and use these images for your own personal fighter, the paper size has been modified for A4 printing (suitable for all “A” sizes) but you will need to crop the images to work with other types of paper size before printing. I’ll leave you work out what bits go where, the engine and wing components are all on the correct sides to make this a bit easier for you to assemble.

I recommend using photo paper as its a bit thicker than the other junk you get, standard UHU glue and a craft knife to cut out.

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Worm Race!

naturally I am the best at this on our floor, pardon the pun.

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