My stop-motion animation, Brian and Brian's Amazing Eggventure, is almost finished. In fact, it's so nearly finished that I have made some posters for it. [link][link][link]
I hope to have it finished by New Year. It's rather bonkers.
Turns out that the mung beans that 'escaped' from my house were only off for a little expedition to free some fellow mung beans from across town. When I realised this, I thought 'oh that's okay then'. I did some research on the person who was holding these mysterious mung beans captive and it turned out it was my friend Nigel's future self. This made me slightly worried about my friend, but when I told him about it he assured me he was a fan of mung beans and would never hold them captive. I'm still worried. The interesting thing is when the mung beans returned with their newly-freed friends it turned out that the mung beans they rescued were rather rebellious creatures and they tried to stick me to the ceiling with blu-tac. They have calmed down a little now thankfully, but now my house is full of mung beans, literally to bursting point. The rogue mung beans are quite a nuisance; a group of them of them tried to disconnect the radiators to try and build a fort. But I'll continue to put up with it. My own personal group of mung beans assure me that the rogue ones are okay, that they're just a little restless and unsure about human beans such as myself.
And it's snowing!
Well done cloudy weather thingies.