Some people learned how to play the guitar or some other instrument, some tried knitting or sewing, loads of people got into fitness, thanks to Joe Wickes and D.I.Y projects that were lingering in the background for months finally got some attention.
Whatever you did during the lockdown to help keep you sane was a great thing, no matter how big or small an effort it was.
All students had their school term abruptly ended which wasn't nice but certain age groups were more adversely affected, including year 6s who were preparing to say goodbye to lots of friends in preparation for secondary school, year 11s who were on the brink of taking their GCSE's and Third Year University students who were about to graduate.
In the case of this young man who was staring down the premature end of his final year at University of Westminster Animation course. He found himself in a dilemma having to complete his final year short stop-motion film project at home, without any resources on offer at the University.
A concept for the film needed to be thought through and a set also needed to be built No small task.
Plastic pollution was already an idea he had floating around in his head so he decided to go with that but also add a lockdown element to the film, just to illustrate how much plastic pollution one person can generate in a single day without even barely leaving the home.