And it’s officially over! Thank you very much to everyone who participated! We won’t be taking submissions anymore!
Stay tuned for news on the development of the book!
Scan vs. wild (Pokémon Fan Art Jam)
My entry for the Pokémon Fan Art Jam.
Theme: a trainer scaning a pokémon with her (well…his) pokédex.
Inspired by http://youtu.be/m-muH1WUJhM
Calling all artists for the Nickelodeon Tumblr Fan Art Competition!
Draw your favorite Nickelodeon character, past or present, doing their favorite activity and upload it to your Tumblr using #NickFanArt for the chance to have YOUR art displayed on the screens of the Nick booth at San Diego Comic Con!
Submissions will be accepted until July 11th. Full rules here: http://at.nick.com/1lhZog7
Ready, set, SKETCH!
Click the link above to check it all out!
It includes art from a slew of talented artists and an interview with Hideki Naganuma, composer for the Jet Set Radio series!
A big thank you to all of the hard work everyone put in!
I hope y’all like it!
After Naranja Mania! made for the Omake Books’ NES Cassette Project Exhibition, here’s Daidai no Daibōken, the Japanese version of the valiant little orange’s adventures on Famicom, for the Famicase 2014 exhibition in Tokyo !
Introduction: The squeezer is no more the only fate! Daidai the Orange tries to convince the other fruits by traveling around the world. Her goal: round up as many fruits as possible to live happy days to their new paradise island Tutti Frutti ! However, Daidai’s great adventure will be hazardous: she must look out for the animals, unpredictable weather, harvesters, zombie rotten fruits…
Daidai no Daibōken is a subtle mix of platform, action and infiltration in crazy colorful 99 levels to travel and enjoy!
By the way, Daidai’s western name is Nina ;)
Famicase is an annual exhibition hosted by Meteor, a Tokyo-based design studio as well as a store, selling video games-themed clothes, goodies and items. The participating artists and designers make their art of a fictional game that will be put on a Famicom cartridge and exhibited in the store during May. It will be also possible to see the hundred of cartridges on their website soon.
About 橙の大冒険, here’s the explanation on the name if you haven’t noticed:
-Daidai (橙) means orange (the fruit) or bitter orange. But as the most incredible luck would have it, the manga Dragon Quest is subtitled Dai no Daiboken! (Dai’s Great Adventure). It was quick to find the name of my game :D
(okay, my submission is not that epic… -.-)
So, if you’re visiting Tokyo during May, don’t miss this great exhibition stuffed with colorful and eclectic works ;)
- My Famicase Exhibition 2014 (custom Famicom cartridges exhibition)
- May 3 > 31 2014. Open 1PM to 8PM. Closed on Monday
- Meteor, Musashino-shi, Tokyo Kichijojiminami cho 1-6-7 2F, 〒 180-0003
- Famicase.com to watch online submissions (soon). You can find some workd by searching “Famicase” on Twitter.