This page contains Hazel's gallery stuff from 2010.
Forward to Hazel's Main Gallery page, back to earlier gallery pages.
Some time ago, when she was bored, Hazel invented a silly song called Tooth Brush Beat. She's now done a music video to go with it. See it on YouTube here (apologies for the pixellation, the converter Hazel used was a bit harsh):
It also comes with a making of video, which consists mostly of confusion:
For her birthday Hazel made mummy a small 33 page booklet of plants that should exist (note that the page numbering went a but screwy at some points):
For his birthday Hazel made daddy a small 34 page booklet about the anatomy of the body, focussing on the heart, for his birthday today. She engaged help from all her friends (Emily, Amy, Jemma and Tara) and mummy. Here it is:
Hazel and Leo also made daddy a stop motion Lego action movie in which daddy is the Indiana Jones adventurer. See it on YouTube here:
Hazel has made another Scratch animation, based on a bedtime conversation between her and Leo.
It is best viewed on the Scratch website.
Hazel has been playing with Scratch animations at school, her first exposure to programming. She has continued to play with it at home and here is her first simple application. More to come we think.
To run this applet in Internet Explorer you may have to temporarily set your internet security options as follows:
Tools -> Internet Options -> Security Tab -> Custom Level
Set the following to "Prompt":
Download unsigned ActiveX Control – Prompt
Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe – Prompt
Alternatively, you can see it on the Scratch website.
We've fallen a little behind on uploading Hazel's songs. Here's the latest batch.
First Bluetack Blues:
Hazel made daddy a glass of Boo-s for Father's Day.
Hazel has for some time been creating an animated Vampire movie. So far she's managed to complete the intro - we thought it worth posting here as a taster. Click on the image below to see it.
Hazel's latest song, finished a few weeks ago. Just her singing and the piano to keep it simple. Apologies for the shaky camera work.
Hazel made Leo the second part of her "to be continued" Christmas comic, The Best Of Leo, for his birthday. Again it came with a free gift, this time a book (Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief).
Hazel made mummy a T-shirt for Mother's Day.
Hazel has recorded her first song with entirely her own material: guitar and vocals. Only problem is that she doesn't know how to finish it off. All advice welcome!
A few days ago Hazel picked up a piece of paper out of which Leo had pushed various stickers and decided to make use of it as an art template, sort of a Rothko. Or maybe too interesting for a Rothko. Anyway, she wanted it displayed here.
Hazel's first song in 2010 (recorded over Christmas): "Climbing". Apologies for the boring background, we were in a hurry.