*Title screen* - Science of Snowmen.
Making a snowman is no easy task. We have all had that experience of making a snowman but they never turn out quite right either too big. Too small. Yellow. Or just a big ball of..hmm.. lets say, mush.
When building a snowman first of all you have to understand the science of snowmen and this will lead you to having the 'perfect' snowman. You may need a pen and paper to jot down any of the following information.
For the beginning of the process we need a necessary factor. Snow. Make sure you have 50kg of snow in a cylindrical fashion. Compact the liquidum forming three sized viburnums with an exact 2/3 ratio making sure each one is perfectly spherical.
With this virburnums in place, systematize these carefully on top of each other with the larger one the bottom to support the mass of the snowman. Let’s take a closer look. Ah yes of course! The arms…
Find some medium sized (approximately 60cm) ramulis' and fasten them into the middle section of your snowman without these in place it may topple and become a.
Now with everything in place we are ready for the details. Whilst outside look for some spherical rock formations for the eyes, buttons and mouth of your snowman. Fix these onto the snowman from top to bottom ensuring each one is deep enough to penetrate the snowman.
When you are happy with your rock positions you need to find an amictorium and place it over your snowman. Fasten the nodum within your amictorium making sure it hangs to the right of your snowman this is very important. With everything in position you are almost complete.
After a longs days work on your snowman it will need to cause cohension overnight. Whilst your snowman requies' overnight you need to employ a carefully trained professional to comprehend a hat together for the finishing touch.
And there we have it a perfect snowman!....
Now let’s have a look at yours....
Perfect! Well done. Now you know how to make a perfect snowman.
Here is my final Script for my infographic. I have edited one of the voice overs to fit into the script bringing it to 2.15 as the original one was just over 3 minutes. Here is the edited version that I will be using if the voice over doesn't get back to me.