All-ages Comic: A child and her canine companion journeys north in a hellish land to find her brother and a better tomorrow… The Road North Kickstarter ending 7/25/15 (past goal!) Okay, this one’s not that furry, it’s more the “desert wasteland with a trusty canine” trope, well established in films like A Boy and His Dog and Mad ..
A whimsical children’s story of a unicorn trying to find its place in a mythical world… The Grumpy Unicorn Kickstarter ending 4/10/15 Just a short callout for an adorable project, with children’s books it’s easy to write a post that’s longer than the book itself. So keeping it brief. The Grumpy Unicorn is a story of ..
Action-packed family-friendly comic from the universe(s) of the Flurry the Bear novels… Flurry the Bear Kickstarter ending 3/1/15 This is, honestly, the best action-anthro artwork I’ve seen in a Kickstarter in the two years I’ve been writing this blog. The artwork is by the stellar Luís Figueiredo, who as you can see from a brief ..
This week’s illustration is from the children’s graphic novel, “Fetch: An Odyssey“ It’s been a quiet week in Lake Woebegon, not a lot of projects really “popping” so far as a high anthropomorphic content goes. The only one that really stands out to me, and it’s a bit off topic, is “Fetch,” which hits a ..
I was pretty sure that this week’s main post was going to be about bears. In fact, I kind of thought it would be about “Bear Senpai” (Kickstarter ending 10/9/14), which has the potential to be a really good joke–a bear dating sim, where you flirt with, say, polar bears. But it looks like it ..
A young wizard’s quest for an ancient and elusive magical artifact takes him on a deadly adventure, full of strange creatures and stranger vocabulary… Matlock the Hare: The Puzzle of the Tillan Wand Kickstarter ending 6/24/14 I’m going to start by saying that I really like this project. It’s got great artwork, that hare’s got ..
An illustrated version of a children’s classic, dedicated to makers and artisans everywhere. Steam in the Willows “The past was like a bad dream; the future was all happy holiday as I moved Southwards week by week…lingering as long as I dared, but always heeding the call!” – Kenneth Grahame, Wind in the Willows Wind in ..
It’s important to give kids the vital foxes they need for a strong, healthy future. Pediatricians–at least the reputable ones–recommend 3-6 foxes every day for children between the ages of 4 and 6. Give them a head start on life with these projects. Foxy For(): The Very Young Programmer (VYP) Book Once upon a time, ..
A few for the kids cubs–a week in the children’s department