Another book illustration, this for the century-old journal belonging to the headmistress of Waverly Academy. In the game, knowledge of the various parts of the crow’s anatomy is used to solve a puzzle. That’s right, we provide gamers with entertaining adventures and teach them fundamental aspects of ornithology. Did I mention I love my job? [...]
Guitargument Written on January 25, 2010, by Zack.
For those playing at home, that was THREE terrible puns in one gag cartoon (FOUR if you count the blog post title). Can you find them all? —————- Remember, you can always find me on Twitter and Etsy!
His name means “The Bull.” I think you know why. Written on January 20, 2010, by Zack.
In the final moments of Ransom of the Seven Ships, Nancy Drew discovers the real reason she’s been bidden to Dread Isle: to discover the hidden treasure of El Toro, a Spanish captain whose fleet went missing in the waters surrounding Dread Isle centuries ago! Locked in the crypt of El Toro, the air around [...]
Thumbnails on a piano Written on January 19, 2010, by Zack.
I few days ago, the image of a man riding atop a piano across the ocean flashed in my mind. I had been thinking about solo piano music I enjoy, and about the possibility of visually expressing the music’s sentiment. So, I got to work: Howard Pyle, the great Golden Age children’s book illustrator, would [...]
Cat and Gown Written on January 12, 2010, by Zack.
And now a word from the Waverly Academy Class of 2009 valedictorian, Mr. Chompers: Ladies and gentlemen, as we stand together on the precipice of adulthood, gazing out at the many years of responsibility yet before us, we face many challenges. There’s college, of course, and then a career and family. But the greatest challenge [...]