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Old 18-03-2008, 11:07 AM   #4
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Classic Gamer's Suggested SMC's

#1. Alarm Clock

Description: Build an alarm clock it can be digital, analogue or a sundial with a hammer attatched to it. A device that can wake you up in a morning and that tells the time obviously.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#2. DVD Players

Description: Portable DVD players, Slimline, bulky, retro, futuristic, basically a device to play a DVD disc.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#3. Old Fashioned Cameras

Description: Think 1900's to the 1980's, think about camera's that actually used film? yes film! remember that? Think about those fun camera's you used to take on holiday when you were 12 that once developed always had a picture of a dog with a quality assurance sticker over the top to use your film up before processing. You get the idea.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#4. Ship In A Bottle

Description: A ship in a bottle then, though small miniature boats & ships etc that are magically placed into a glass bottle.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#5. Pirate Ship

Description: Thar she blow jim lad! Arrr Arrr ye need to make ye pirate ship so we can sail off onto the seven seas and pilage.... and .....ahem. Yes pirate's always need a good ship to fine their treasures etc.

Suggested Time:
120 Mins.


#6. Cuddley Toy

Description: They can be anything you like, the cuddley teddy bear you had as a child (or still have) the cuddely toy you win at a fairground, just as long as it's cuddley that's ok.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#7. Skateboarding Part 01

Description: These can be the traiditonal thin skateboards, the large extra wide professional series or even the hover board from Back to the future, let you're imagination run free and perform tricks.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#8. Skateboarding Part 02

Description: Now that you've got you're skatboard you need something to skate on don't you, so let's build a skating course, ramps, rails etc.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#9. Cordless Headphones

Description: Cordless headphones then, we all love listening to music on our headphones, so let's model wireless/cordless headphones, they can be inner ear, ear incasing or even ear wrapping phone.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#10. Fountain Pen

Description: Does anyone write anymore? or are we all digital slaves now? Let's reminice and make those fountain pens from yesteryear.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#11. Are You Listening? Part 01

Description: Radio's whether they be digital or analogue, we all used to and still listen to radio's from the wireless radio in the early 40's to the latest DAB digital radio's.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#12. Are You Sure You're Listening? Part 02

Description: 80's Twin Tapedeck, remember these, remember when we only had cassette tapes, the could old C90's recording the charts off the radio and trying to cut out the DJ parts, making our own mixtapes to listen to over and over again. Get you're skills on and model a Sony, and Alba or a Matsui twin tapes deck cassette recorder! No cheesy 80's music neeccesary.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#13. Book Ends

Description: Usually made out of wood but can be anything you like, consisting of two parts split up in order to keep your precious book collection standing neatly together.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#14. Biscuits

Description: We all like a biscuit be them savoury or sweet, but what's you're favourite? the bourbon? the custard cream? the jammer dodger? or even the pink wafer? choose you're favourite and model them!

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#15. Bread

Description: White, Wholemeal, Granary, Rhye the list is endless, you could model a loaf, buns, cobs, or croissants, tuck into your favourite now.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#16. Back Yard Part 01

Description: It could be a small garden, an abandone back yard or an overgrown large yard with weeds and nettles running free. Maybe some grass tests for this one, as long as it's a garden it's allowed.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.

#17. Back Yard Part 02

Description: And if you've got a garden you'll need something to look after it, so model a lawnmover for this one, keep your garden tidy, it might be the hard work push cutter or the hove mower's it's up to you.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.


#18. Money Box

Description: We all try to save money from time to time, so model a money box, it could be a piggy bank or a tardis (I have one, ahem) something that you can keep you're saving safe.

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#19. A Glass Of Beer

Description: A cool, soothing, full bodied beer to quench your thirst, a pint or a half, what's your favourite tipples? larger? bitter? draught?

Suggested Time: 60 Mins.


#20. Is Chopstick Is Easy To Learn?

Description: Piano's those marvellous musical instruments, you could go for a grand piano, a small toy one or a high backed home one, No keyboards or organs though.

Suggested Time: 90 Mins.

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