November's BRM sees me tackle the centrepiece of the Selly Oak project - the bridge itself. A complicated structure, it's actually very cheap to make, but took me far more hours than you'd expect for a mag project. I'm pleased with the result however.
There's also a cracking opening image from the 1980s that I managed to arrange. It's not always easy to find contemporary photos that we can use, but this time I really think it adds to the piece on the page.
Since November means Bonfire Night, I'm creating a working fire, complete with Guy Fawkes, using a couple of Tea Lights - one real and one electric. You'll have to read the issue to find out how that works.
Finally, on BRMTV, I take a look at waterslide transfers and try to explain now they work with the use of some props.