I would like to share with you the latest project I worked on.
It is a mobile slide puzzle game I did for “11Sheep” – a company based in Israel. And it’s completely free!
I created the entire graphics for the game. That includes the design of the character, the background, UI, Marketing assets and my favorite part – illustrate all the puzzles. Here are some puzzles from the game:
I had a blast working on this project, Credits are due to Adi Kaminski for the game design and 11Sheep for the programming.
The game is available across multi-platforms including: Android, IOS, Amazon and windows phone.
below you will find the download links:
Don’t forget to rate the game!
Based on a sketch I did a while back.
Also it was my 1st attempt to draw saliva – and it was a lot of fun.
The developer “Tiny speck” shut down the social MMO named “Glitch”. The short lived MMO started at 2009 and was shut down recently due to failure at attracting a sustainable userbase.
However, since they love the game so much they gave it a second chance: They made the entire library of art assets (10,000+) from the title freely available for public use. The Code from the game client is also included to help developers work with the assets.
“Tiny Speck” has relinquished ownership of copyright on the assets, meaning they can be downloaded and used by anyone, even for commercial use.
Go to the official website for more details and download links:
Glitch The Game
I really love when artists combine different methods of animation. In this animated commercial (shown below), they mixed stop motion and classic animation to create a truly inspiring piece. The commercial launched this weekend on British TV, and it’s the latest in a series of Christmas ads from John Lewis.
It was created by ad agency Adam & Eve/DDB, Directed by Elliot Dear and Yves Geleyn and as a soundtrack it features Lily Allen singing Keane’s 2004 hit “Somewhere Only We Know”. Character designs were made by Disney’s Aaron Blaise, the director of Brother Bear, who had also worked on The Lion King and Pocahontas among other classics.
What was truly an inspiring moment for me was to watch the “Making of” and see the technique they used for the animation. Before watching it I believed the drawings were composited into the live footage by one of the composite softwares available. but I was wrong:
They actually cut out all the drawings and animated live on the set! the advantages of this of course is the use of the lighting of the set as well as a good overall image quality. The downside is that it’s probably more expensive (The animated advert cost £1m to make) and in a way, you’ll have to “animate” twice.
Have a happy holidays everyone,
I want to share with you the latest game that we made here in PlayScape: Ninja chicken Adventure Island!
it’s another game in a series of ninja chicken games, and I really hope it will do as good as the old ninja chicken games in the Market.
You can download and play for free from the Google market: Ninja Chicken Adventure Island
Hope you like it and please share it with your friends 🙂
I was responsible for some graphic assets such as the progression map, dialogs and some in-game assets.
here are some screenshots from the game (click to enlarge):
We also working on another ninja chicken title but this one will be very special and different. I will post some stuff about it in the next few days I hope.
Till next time,