Here is my (Rich @ Pixeljam’s) fan art for Glorkian Warrior!
Another amazing entry to the Glorkian Warrior Art Contest!
Art and Submit!!
A special moment between Glorkian Warrior and his Super Backpack.
James Kochalka showing off the top prize for our Glorkian Warrior Art contest! It’s an original Kochalka painting!
Bam! The Glorkian Warrior iOS game is on sale this week for just 99¢. To celebrate we’re having a fan-art contest. The winner gets this awesome original Glorkian Warrior painting by me! Full contest details can be found HERE, you can even win games just by sharing the news on Facebook.
You can get the game on sale here:
And the Glorkian graphic novel is available HERE.
Glorkian Warrior is on sale for 99 Cents (USD)! To celebrate the sale we’re having an art contest!
We are giving away one original James Kochalka Glorkian Warrior painting as well as copies of the first Glorkian graphic novel, Glorkian Warrior Delivers a Pizza.
You can pick up the game here: http://itunes.apple.com/app/id816399139
Specific Details for the contest: One winner will receive an original James Kochalka Glorkian Warrior painting and a copy of Glorkian Warrior Delivers a Pizza (graphic novel), two additional winners will receive a copy of Glorkian Warrior Delivers a Pizza.
To be eligible you must submit your artwork to Pixeljam by September 4th; entries can be sent to email@example.com or posted to http://glorkiantransmissions.tumblr.com/submit
The background here is the shore of Burton Island on Lake Champlain. We were woken by a pretty terrifying storm, and after it passed I got up to pee and also took this picture. Added Glorkian Warrior in because I thought it looked like the kind of alien landscapes I like to draw in the Glork series.
Great job by Jeffrey Nielson who coded it from scratch using GameMaker, and special thanks to Mark DeNardo for the excellent new track!
You can play Ratmaze Nightmare here: http://pixeljam.com/ratmazenightmare.html, and soon on the Nitrome site along with the rest of the Nitrome Jam 2014 entries.
These are pretty great.
And there are even instructions on how to make them yourself here: http://chrismcveigh.com/cm/building_guides_-_technology.html
Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh
This is a strange one..
I (Rich) have been tumbl’ing years worth of my sticker-postcard art on stickerfun.tumblr.com, in case anyone wants to see ‘em. Pretty much all of them have been mailed and given away to family & friends.
This month I’m putting up all Christmas/Holiday themed ones, but there are plenty of others before that and will be again after. I’ve made hundreds of these things!