Clive Gunnell is a ship's carpenter who paints and sculpts in his spare time.
L/S of the pretty harbour at Brixham, sitting on the edge of the quay are two fishermen in blue smocks, one - Clive Gunnell - is sketching. C/U of the men. M/S of fishing boats moored in the harbour. M/S of the men. They get up, say goodbye and walk off in separate directions.
C/U of a bag on the ground filled with tools, pan to Clive's hands using a trowel to mix cement. M/S of Clive at work on an abstract sculpture made from concrete - by day he is a ship's carpenter, in his spare time he is an artist thanks to night school training. C/U of Clive working on the sculpture. C/U of Clive's hands holding a trowel of cement. C/U of Clive. C/U of Clive brushing a curved part of the sculpture. M/S of Clive wiping his hands on his overalls, he stands back to admire his work. The camera follows him as he walks over to study another of his sculptures. C/U of the top of a concrete sculpture.
M/S of Clive and a young woman admiring a colourful sculpture in his garden. C/U of the sculpture, tilt up to reveal part of it made from egg boxes. C/U of another bright sculpture made from "egg boxes, wire netting and glass", tilt down the length of the sculpture. M/S of Clive and the young woman admiring the sculpture. The narrator describes Clive as "an artist with a sense of humour".
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