Board and card designs for an upcoming board game. I was given complete creative control on this project (even the obstacles!) and I had such a blast making it. Makes me want to design my own deck of cards, or a board game of my own!
Halloween is just over three weeks away! Celebrate by coloring this drawing of Vermillion, the nasty witch from my graphic novel, Upside Down: A Vampire Tale. To print: simply click on the image to view it at full-size, and then print it out for your family, party, or class. Be sure to print out last week’s Halloween … Continue reading
The weekend is here! Why not celebrate by downloading Skeleton Jump for free on iTunes?
Happy October! I thought it would be fun to celebrate the new month and the release of my first graphic novel, Upside Down: A Vampire Tale, with a fun activity page that can be printed at home, and shared online. Click the word search to see it at full-size and print out copies for the family, your … Continue reading
Check out this sweet online color matching game. My favorite challenge is the complementary matching.
That’s right! You have until midnight tonight to win your own free copy of Skeleton Jump for your iPad/Pod/Phone. TO WIN: simply subscribe to this blog and leave a comment on your favorite post(s) for your chance to win a free copy of Skeleton Jump! I’ll also be giving away a copy of my Monster Coloring Book at … Continue reading
About two months ago I formed the mobile game company Toyceratops with programmer Paul Hummer. We just released our first game, Skeleton Jump, where the player helps a friendly skeleton leap over pumpkins and dodge swooping bats, and it’s been getting some good attention. While we’re still a couple of weeks away from releasing our first update (with music … Continue reading
Just found out there’s only one of my GIANT LOOK-AND-FIND COLORING POSTERS left on the Little Paper Planes site! The poster is 2 x 3 feet and filled with over one hundred drawings of snowmen and spooks. The poster comes with a list of items to find, as well as a pack of crayons to … Continue reading