How to 3D print a Chain Fidget

In order to do this project, you need to use the following websites

and if you have a Dremel 3D printer use this following website

and you can also use the Autodesk Fusion 360 app


Start by opening Thingiverse with the website that is stated above. Once you have opened Thingiverse, download the files onto your computer.


Once you have downloaded the files, open Finder, go to Downloads and open the files that you have downloaded onto your computer.


Once you have opened your downloads, Open Fusion 360. If you don’t have a Fusion account, Create one or sign in if you do have one. Once signed in or signed up, you should see this


Start by going to Insert, then go to insert Mesh and then select your files that you have opened on your computer.


Then once you have opened this file onto Fusion 360, open the Dremel website. Website link posted above


Add your downloaded files into my files on Dremel 3D. Once added select the repair button, and once it is fixed select the Layout button. It should show you, your chain fidget. And you can change your project to what you would like it to turn out to be like. Once you have finished changing your settings click save and slice. And then you can start printing your project.


My finished product compared to a Canadian loonie


My finished product from a far


My finished product close up



How to make a bucket list collage using the BeFunky website

In this Project, you will be using BeFunky to create your bucket list collage.

Step 1: Select four or more images to use.

Your photos can be selected online or they can from your own collect of photos

I am going to be using these four pictures for my project


Step 2: Open the BeFunky website

Once the website is opened your screen should look like the above image


Step 3: Start creating your collage by selecting the Get Started button in blue

Once clicked your screen should look similar to mine.


Step 4: Change the Layers to what you would like it to be.

Hint*** Select the layouts option on the left side of your screen

Once clicked select the the grids option

Once you have selected the grids option, it will bring you to a few options of grid sizes

I have selected the 4 square grid option


Step 5: Start adding your photos into the website.

Start by going to Image Manager on the side bar on the left side of your screen

Once you have selected that option, you can start adding your chosen photos by clicking the green button that reads Computer

Once you have uploaded your photos, click the Autofill button right above the left top photo


Step 6: Start adding text on your collage

Start by clicking the text button, It kinda looks like a giant A on the side toolbar

Once you have selected that option, you will see a giant green button that reads Add Text. Click that button and then start adding your text

Once you have finished adding your text onto your collage. You are just about done creating your collage


Step 7: Save your Work of art into your Downloads

Hint*** Select the Save button, then it will bring up a list of places to save your project. Select the Computer option and then you can save your image there and you could even change the name of your image


Congratulations!!! You have now creating your own Bucket list collage. Now you can share your collage with your Friends and Family.

How to change the hue colour using Gimp 2.10

In this Assignment, you will change the Hue colour of a famous landscape.


Step 1: Find a picture of a famous landscape, it can either be from online or it can be from your own photos

I chose the Eiffel Tower to use for this project.


Step 2: Open the Gimp 2.10 app

This is what the logo for the app looks like


Step 3: Open the photo that you have chose in Gimp 2.10

Hint*** Right click on your mouse, once the menu pops up select the option Image. Once you have clicked Image, select the Open an image file then select the image that you have chosen. As shown below.


Step 4: Once your chosen image is open, start to change the Hue temperature of your image

Hint*** Right click on your mouse, Once menu is open select Colours, then go to Hue saturation

Once selected your screen should look similar to mine

Then adjust the settings to where you feel comfortable enough


Step 5: Save your image into your downloads

Hint*** Right click on your mouse, once the menu is open select file then select Save as

How to make a Corporal Works of Mercy poster using Gimp

Step 1: Open Gimp 2.10


Step 2: Find the image that you would like to use


Step 3: Open a new layer

(Hint: File – New)


Step 4: Open the image that you choose as a new layer

(Hint: File – Open as Layers)


Step 5: Make the image that you choose bigger to fit the background

(Hint: Go to scale layer)


Step 6: Resize the layer to the image size

(Hint: Go to Layer to Image size)


Step 7: Add text to the Image

(Hint: Use the Text tool)


Step 8: Resize the text to fit the image properly


Step 9: Save your image


How to colour change an image using Gimp

Step 1: Open up Gimp 2.10


Step 2: Choose a picture to use


Step 3: Open the image in Gimp 

(Hint: File → Open)


Step 4: Duplicate the Layer 

(Hint: Layer → Duplicate Layer)


Step 5: Desaturate the image 

(Hint: Color → Desaturate → Color to Grey)


Step 6: Add Layer Mask 

(Hint: Add Layer Mask → Initialize to White)


Step 7: Choose what you want to have colour

(Hint: Use the Paintbrush Tool)


Step 8: Once finished make sure that there is not mistakes 

(Hint: Use the Easer Tool)


Step 9: Save the Image

(Hint: File → Save as)

My interest type survey

My interest type is The Maker, Makers combine their need for creative, hands-on work with their desire for self-expression and exploration. When they’re making something, they recognize that being practical doesn’t mean that they can’t be creative. Because of their active, hands-on nature, they’re at home with using tools and materials to turn their ideas into reality. If you’re looking for someone who can create something both useful and artistic, look for a Maker. I like to get hands on with art because it lets me get the chance to express my true self and of course art is just another way for people to tell their story without saying a word

My personality type survey

My personality type is INFJ (The Counselor), INFJ prefers to work independently and tend to feel more at ease when alone or in a small group. They also tend to be reflective and self-aware, and enjoy thinking about ideas. Although INFJs may have good social skills, they generally prefer to avoid the spotlight as well as small talk, and may prefer written communication over verbal. They’re also more likely to think before speaking and have good impulse control.

When approaching a new task, the INFJ prefers concrete goals and deadlines over flexibility and options, which may be perceived as road blocks. They also tend to collect as much information as possible and to focus on the big picture, rather than on details. Their tendency to focus on the big picture makes them good at spotting emerging trends, although they may also form connections that do not really exist. INFJs benefit from their tendency to plan and adhere to deadlines because they can be disorganized with their ideas, which may mean that they have difficulty communicating their ideas to others.

When faced with a decision, INFJs tend to consider how it will affect others, and are likely viewed by others as being caring and considerate. They also tend to be flexible in their thinking and recognize the complexity of issues, rather than seeing things as being “black or white”. INFJs put more emphasis on teamwork and getting along, and their supportive nature may mean that they put the needs of others before their own or are easily persuaded.

My learning style survey

My learning style is Visual-Kinesthetic, the best way to learn something is to try to use all three Learning Style approaches whenever you can. Because different activities use different parts of our brain, when we use different ways to do or learn the same thing, our minds do a better job of remembering it. My learning style is visual because I learn better when I see what’s being taught and it helps me understand better of what is happening when I see the situation.

My subject area

My top subject area is Creative Arts, art courses helps me develop some artistic abilities, techniques and practices. This includes: Visual Arts, Music and Dramatic Arts.

Every time when I am doing artist work, I feel like my true self is showing. I enjoy what I draw on paper and it helps me explain what I see in my head without saying anything but instead drawing it on paper

About Me

Hello There, My name is James William Matters, I am 15 years old, I was born on February 14, 2004 in Moose Jaw General Hospital. I was raised for most of my life in Alberta, currently I am living in Vermilion, Alberta. When I was about 1 and a half years old I was adopted by kind, loving people, I am still living with those kind, loving people. And I am currently going to school at St. Jeromes Catholic School in Vermilion.