Friday, September 14, 2012

The Bluebells are coming!

Sorry this is so late, but I've been incredibly busy! Anyhoo here's my thoughts on Bluebells of England and Stepney's Special!  Let's start at the beginning shall we?

If you couldn't tell, I took a lot of inspiration for this episode from Rusty to the Rescue. I was fortunate enough to find a decent instrumental of Stepeny's escape theme. I'm also really proud of my Other Railway scenes! I love the way the fog and diesels turned out! Did anyone notice that the station on the Bluebell Railway was Sheffield Park? That's my little Easter Egg! If you haven't already, check it out!

Now two weeks later comes the next chapter, Stepney's Special.

Once again, absolutely loving how this episode came! Once again, the scrapyard scenes turned out really well! Once again lots of inspiration coming from Rusty to the Rescue! The one thing I did have to change in this episode was I had to edit the original text to avoid using names of other Bluebells that I couldn't make appear. Also this episode has cameos galore! Oliver, Gordon, James, Percy, and Toby (not to mention Flying Scotsman, Wilbert, and Fergus as Bluebell engines, and 199, The Diesel, Spatter, and Derek as Other Railway Diesels, and Bertram as a scraped engine). So all and all, I'm super please with it! Watch it below!

Now I don't think I'll be able to get Train Stops Play out this weekend. I know, I know, I've been really behind lately, but I've had school, Cross Country meets, and now it's my church's annual carnival and I'm working all weekend. Who knows, maybe I'll be able to film Sunday. Thanks so much for all of your patience! I really appreciated no one demanding new episodes!


  1. I am really impressed with your Renacments of Bluebells of England and Stepney's Special, though there's something about your voice and voices for James,Donald and Douglas, They remind me of George Carlin's voices for them :P
    Pity he died in 2008 :'(

    1. Thank you! :) I take a lot of inspiration from him!

    2. So, How is Progress on 'Bowled Out' coming along?, and also what's the font you use fot teh title cards and Credits?, and have you thought of adapting 'Edward's Day Out' and 'Edward and Gordon' as flashbacks, like you did with 'Thomas and the Breakdown Train' ?