Archive for 2009
For most of this year Iâ€™ve been working on graphics and gameplay with the other great guys at the Iconfactory. The idea was simple: make the most amazing skee-ball game in the world. It turns out the the most amazing skee-ball game isnâ€™t actually skee-ball. Itâ€™s a game weâ€™ve come to call Ramp Champ.
If you like the simplistic and unified feel of iPhone icons, you’ll probably enjoy this set for your desktop computer that I’ve been collaborating on with Louie Mantia. It’s called “Flurry” and you can download the system and extras add-on pack from the Iconfactory. Enjoy!
There’s nothing like a bit of refreshing ice cream on a hot day at the black sand beaches.
In the shallows of warm green lakes, little men make sweet candy for passing visitors and harvest blue rock sugars for snacks.
Out on the great ocean there are little tribes of seaweed men and saltwater salamanders, passing the days and nights making up new games and sneaking up on cargo ships as they look for shipments of soy sauce.
Bill the Yeti is just about here! Bill is about 8 inches in height and weighs in at over one pound. He has authentic clothing, coming with a hat, overalls, shirt and even undies! Oh, and because Bill likes to run around naked when the mood strikes, he’s got a the backpack that can hold all his clothes. Each version is limited to only 250 pieces and I will have a special SDCC print as well.
I’ve been working with Infectious and Mozilla community art project promoting Firefox. It was all great fun and I’ve ended up creating two drawings: Bubble Bay, which is being made into various stickers thanks to Infectious, and Firey Fox, that was a bit too literal for what they were looking for but still a fun desktop.