Friday, 15 May 2015


Marshmallows from Ringling College of Art + Design on Vimeo.

The boy was camping in a small clearing that had no trees, only grass on the ground.Once upon a time, there was a boy sitting on a log roasting sizzling of fire marshmallows in a dark forest  .

The boy was all alone with no dad and no mum.

In the lake behind the boy there was a monster that appeared. The boy heard big steps and the boy felt scared. As he turned around the boy saw a scary monster, it was  green with big yellow eyes and sharp teeth.

The boy hop for the log and was trying to defend himself with his stick that had a marshmallows .
The monster transformed into a funny dog it was leling on it tail and it rolled over so the boy started to give marshmallows.

Giving marshmallows the boy gasped that he only had one  more  marshmallows. The monster was waiting for the boy but the boy was scared. but when the monster saw the marshmallow   the monster snatched the marshmallow off
the and the boy run so the monster transformed to a bad monster.   

The boy ran as fast as he could the he trip over a root but lucky  that found a pillow. the monster transformed into a good monster the boy throw the pillow and run away.
the monster catch the pillow and rost the and the the pillow got burn so the monster got sad.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Friday, 1 May 2015

The Dawn parde

At the dawn parade in Auckland there were 1,000’s of people and old Soldiers were there. It was pitch black thatmorning every one at the back can’t even see . lot’s of  The people were there to remember the people that died in the war for us.