I blame Fred Folger for this, I really do. Fred is the designer of the Country Bear Playhouse featured in the video. If I had to withstand the torture of listening to my nephews sing and play with it, you have to, too!
We’ve gone too long without submissions. If you have some artwork or photos to share, feel free to send them in!
I’ve added more of Alba’s photos, showing the construction of the diorama.
The bow has been modeled along with the doors. Work now focuses on the rear of the ship and the Captain’s cabin, which took nearly six hours to model.
Questions? Ask them in the comments, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments.
For a few hours this morning, I had a Google+ account. But, I realized that I would have to re-post information across other social media. That’s some annoying extra steps just to post a quick blurb or photo. Plus, it created redundancy. I don’t like redundancy…unless it’s for backing up important files. Google+ had to go. But, I really liked Google+. To me, it was like Twitter, but with better social interaction.
I could see getting rid of Instagram since it’s a visual version of Twitter (do I really need those crummy filters?), and Twitter works fine with photos on its own. I definitely do not need 2 versions of Twitter.
So, now the battle is between Twitter and Google+. I really like Twitter. I don’t want to get rid of it. I like that it forces me to be short and concise. I also enjoy reading short tweets from others. Posting to two different social media isn’t as bad, but I would like to have some way to simplify the sharing process. It would be nice to have tweets and YouTube videos post to Google+ automatically. I think there are plug-ins/apps out there that can do that.
I may have to reconsider joining Google+. I have no intention/interest in joining Facebook.