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The Demon Of Doubt cartoon character – whiteboard animation video.
Personal development cartoon video – You shouldn’t doubt yourself or your abilities.

Cartoon character of the Demon Of Doubt – he looks a bit like a devil.
I’m in charge of NEGATIVE THOUGHTS. I give you reasons why you can’t do something and why you should quit. It’s my job to put doubts in your mind like…’Will it work?’ ‘I’ll never
manage that’ etc etc

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Whiteboard animation with cartoons to illustrate Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Personal Achievement.
Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.
Lesson 1: Definiteness of Purpose
Definiteness of purpose is the starting point of all achievement. Without a purpose and a plan, people driftaimlessly through life.
Lesson 2: Mastermind Alliance
The Mastermind principle consists of an alliance of two or more minds working in perfect harmony for the attainment of a common definite objective. Success does not come without the cooperation of others.
Lesson 3: Applied Faith
Faith is a state of mind through which your aims, desires, plans and purposes may be translated into their physical or financial equivalent.
Lesson 4: Going the Extra Mile….

Watch the video for the rest!

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I’m a fan of Top Gear and have been for many years. I’m not sure whether the BBC should sack him. I would probably have been sacked if I punched someone!(But you have to feel for him, he was really hungry and they offered him a cold sandwich!)

So I’m not sure what should happen – what do you think?

cartoon caricature of Jeremy Clarkson with boxing gloves on and in a boxing ring.
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Call Richard if you need cartoon maps on 01246 209034 or email

THE ORIGINAL BRIEF:

Dear Richard,

I hope you might be able to help us. I have been given your details by NESTA.

We’re looking to develop an illustration that captures as many elements of engineering as possible in a single street scene.

The scene would feature some of the following elements:

·       Aircraft flying overhead

·       Car driving along street stopped at traffic lights

·       User with laptop in café (also with mobile phone/ PDA)

·       Cash point

·       Games shop & arcade – perhaps on a pier (see below)

·       Rail station & train departing

·       Seaside (marine engineering)

·       Offshore oilrig

·       Recycling bank/ refuse collection

·       Drainage/ road surfacing

·       Supermarket

·       Nuclear power station

·       Background construction of a skyscraper

·       TV/ Radio station with transmitter

·       Wind turbine/ solar panel other obviously green electricity-producing mechanism

·       Drinks factory (pop – owing to likely audience age group)

·       Theme park in the distance?

·       Weather balloon floating high

 

At the moment this list is not exhaustive, and equally not all of the components listed here need be included – but if you

can get an idea of the general picture we’re looking for from this that’s great.

The illustration would be for print and would be featured in a booklet for pre-GCSE pupils. Each of the components listed

above would have some accompanying text – but no more than a line or two explaining how engineers have made its

development possible. There would therefore need to be sufficient space for the text to accompany the illustrations.

 

As a theme, I have in mind the cartoon maps that theme parks have to guide visitors round. The idea is that in addition to it

being relatively straightforward and easy to grasp the information contained in the text, the students would be drawn into

the scene and would have lots of distracting elements to look at (e.g. a few random activities in context of the above but

with no explanatory text – someone falling into the duck pond or whatever!)

Many thanks,

S D

EngineeringTechMap

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