It’s official - my first iPad app is launched today!
"Where did the Oddsoks go?” is an interactive children’s book app available on the iPad. I created the illustrations, co-writing the story with Alex Everitt. The app was developed and published in collaboration with Storypanda.
"Where did the Oddsoks go?" is the story of a young boy called Jimi, whose socks strangely start disappearing one day. While trying to solve the mystery, Jimi discovers a note from the Oddsoks, a mob of mischievous creatures who have borrowed the socks to help them on their globetrotting adventure.
Readers can also create and share their own stories. They are able to choose a character and join the Oddsoks as they travel around the world (and even to space) with Jimi’s odd socks.
"Where did the Oddsoks go?" is available to buy now from the App Store.
More information can be found at www.oddsoks.com.
He loves fancy socks.
But all his marvellous pairs are about to go missing…find out what happens this Friday (tomorrow!) in my children’s book app, entitled ‘Where did the Oddsoks go?’
The Oddsoks work way too hard powering laundry machines.
You can follow them on their journey around the world in my new children’s book app for the iPad, coming your way this Friday.
The Oddsoks are bouncing onto the iPad this Friday in my first interactive children’s book.
Stay tuned for more information!
I’ve added some new items to my shop, including tote bags, mugs and wall clocks. Many illustrations are also available to buy as prints, framed prints and stretched canvases.
Items in my shop* have free shipping until Midnight Pacific Time on February 9th 2014 - simply visit the shop using this link to take advantage of the promotion.
(*excluding framed prints, stretched canvases and throw pillows with inserts)
ASDA Magazine commissioned me to illustrate a double-page feature in their current issue.
The article is called ‘10 Ways to a Healthy Heart’ and offers advice on effective changes people can make to their lifestyles.
Hey, you know when you’re casually discussing pink fairy armadillos with illustrators from the other side of the Atlantic on Twitter and agree to exchange illustrations on that very theme?
Well! This is the resulting illustration. I was inspired by the animal signs related to Chinese New Year, though this year it is in fact the ‘Year of the Horse’.
I printed the illustration at postcard size, with a calendar on the opposite side.