To mark the 10 year anniversary of replicating the Ffarquhar Branch, my Q&A video will be merged with the first of a new series of Workbench Videos coming soon from Whitehouse Productions. This video is a sample of the new Opening Credits for my Workbench
A Special Thank You to KnapfordHarbour for composing the Workbench's theme tune.
After my second Model Railway Exhibition in 2014, my Dad suggested I should make another Ffarquhar layout for exhibition uses. This way I can have more scenery features and also gives the public enough time to see the trains performing on the layout. The plan is to start again from scratch using the Railway Modeller article and what ever research I could find related to the layout including photos and footage of the layout running (See TTTTEM Documentary). I will be using different methods than before which will make the line run well and problem free when displaying at shows. These include track laying, ballasting and scenery. These videos will show you how I went about these stages. Have fun watching them.
Back in 2008, Myself and CaseyJunior were making another Thomas model railway video. But during that time I had to take time off to study for my GCSE exams and we weren't able to get any time to make the rest of the video. Many fans wanted to see the second part of the story we were working on, but we just didn't have the time to get the scenes needed modelled and filmed. It was then I had an idea for a story that would explain to the viewer what was the cause of the episode being late. Thus The Miniature Railway Adventures was born. In this playlist feature the episodes we've made aswell as sneek listens to the next story. In 2012, The Miniature Railway Tales was made which allows us to make short stories while working on the next main episode. If you have any questions about the stories and characters, contact me and feel free to ask your question. Thanks and enjoy.
This playlist features my yearly work from my Modelling Desk. Each year I will be posting a new video showing what models I have been working on and how they were built. I will see at one stage try and get some footage taken of these models in operation so you can see how they perform. Feel free to ask any questions reguarding the models and I'll do my best to answer them.
in 2005 I became interested in Stop motion animation and tried to have a go at making my own stop motion films. Some of them weren't as good as I hoped but after some time off to study it more I made some interesting short films. My Favourite is 'AChristmas Surprise' which won an achievement award shortly after it was finished and won the animation category in the Royal Television Society Student Awards 2014 the following year.