Here's the second of the 3 comic strips I did for APTIMA
Click here to see the first one. Or click the Aptima tag at the bottom of the post
“We worked with Josh to produce these strips for a proposal about storytelling and the power of narratives to resolve conflicts. Despite tight deadlines, the process and the end product were great.” - Kevin Sullivan, Senior Director of Software Engineering, Aptima, Inc. www.aptima.com
Hey Guys! I've been way busy so I haven't been able to post a more involved post lately, so I thought I'd quickly post about something recently posted on Timouse's Blog that I was slightly involved in. Also, I will use the word "post" a lot in this post.
“Founded in 2009, Megabolt is an independent organization that specializes in art projects and workshops for kids. We create one of a kind projects that are designed to let kids be kids and enjoy their lives through art.”
I think what happens is, or what happened with Titmouse is: Someone buys a bunch of these little sketchbooks. Then each sketchbook was handed to an artist here who did a drawing on the 1st page of the book to inspire a youngin' (or "youngling" for you prequel-ites) to fill the sketchbook with their own drawings. "Very cool" I thought. Then I thought "Agh, I gotta get this drawing done, they're collecting the books today." You can see a bunch of the drawings Titmousers did at http://titbloginc.blogspot.com/2012/05/titmouse-megabolt-sketchbook.html.