Are you tired of those games where you dodge pipes with birds, fishes, superheroes, buffalos, whatever?
We were too, yet we love the simple concept behind this “1 tap anywhere” games. So we thought to flip the mechanic! How? Easy: we make the pipe going up and down
We also added a series of power-ups to make the gameplay more various.These poor flying weirdos have some problems, but luckily the Good Guy Pipe is there to help them passing through!
What we wanted to achieve was a very simple concept, a challenging but not frustrating game and a 100% arcade feeling, everything wrapped in a mega-cute design.
“…Featuring epic ‘Space Owl’ cover artwork by Stephen Chan and interviews with Sam Gilbey, Helen Musselwhite, Tim Smith and Sam Pierpoint alongside 15 talented illustrators we’re just a little bit excited about our first double digit magazine!…” – Ammo Magazine
‘Space Owl’ travels through space and time, saving the universe on his way through, whilst working up a healthy appetite, satisfied by his love of junk foods.
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I created this poster for a super-talented singer named Lily. I designed her Dreamer EP cover a couple of years ago. This project was a lot of fun to work on, as I love creating anything relating to music. It’s a bit different to my usual illustrations as I usually focus on drawing just the face, but this time I have drawn the entire body as well as background details. It’s good to challenge yourself and try different things.
I did two colour variations, the client loved both and decided they wanted to use both versions in the future. Which version do you like better – blue or purple?
Visit my Facebook page to view the original sketches and work in progress pics.
Today I am happy to announce that my brain child, CHIBIPOCKET is one year old.
Over the past year, I have been creating a series of original bamboo toy robots.
It is starting to become a big family and it is growing bigger. Now I feel like it is becoming a true original brand.
So I decided that it’s time to introduce it to you.
First ever POLISH VECTOR ARTISTS EXHIBITION takes place in Warsaw THIS FRIDAY (at 25th of October 2013)! Twelve great vector minds in one place – Wypieki Kultury Gallery, Stolarska street 2/4, Warsaw, Poland Start: 7.00PM. You have to be there!