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Captain's Log

Week 30: The End is NIGH!

The final day is here. The deadline is upon us and, after much stress and worry, it is all over.

Once again I misjudged the timings, and this time I think I really need to think of a way to stop myself from doing this in the future. 400 more words

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Week 29: The Zombies Just Don’t Wait

As my second experience of presenting in front of my class, it did not go as poorly as it could have done. I had made a conscious decision not to be too rigid on my notes and timings, since I found last time that having a ‘script’ made me more anxious, and missing out a scripted point almost flustered me into slipping up more. 315 more words

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Week 25: 'Pick-Up' the Pace

As someone who genuinely wants to do well, I don’t think I could be more frustrated with myself than right now. I completed the project, but my health failed me early on in the week and thus being ill rendered me unable to properly use my time. 161 more words

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Week 24: It's Normally a bit Rougher

A relatively calm week dedicated mostly to just continuing with the pick-up truck model. The model did take longer than I had hoped though, but now it is complete so it isn’t too past my expectations. 271 more words

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Week 23: Trucking Along

The new project will be sort of a two-fold escapade, with the first three weeks (before Easter) being assigned to modelling a Toyota Hilux as realistically as possible, and then the two weeks after the holiday being for designing and then modelling further a modified version for surviving the zombie apocalypse. 192 more words

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Week 22: I am now a Witch’s Apprentice

As expected, the rigging was difficult and finicky, and definitely something I’m going to have to practise to get used to, but I completed it and the final model, and I am reasonably happy with the final product! 559 more words

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