More spookiness for the cupboard. Another shot of the haunted house, this time with lightening!
I made this for a point and click game I started and never finished. The file is a Photoshop PS file and has several layers allowing you to change the guy's expression and make him talk. You can add your own background, move layers around, manipulate features, change the light. Ideal for making frames for animation, or a character for game creation.
What could be better than sitting in the warmth of a summer evening at the end of a long hectic day being serenaded by a laid-back sonorous blackbird. Ah! Here's a little recording of just that... works perfectly as a looped audio. Ideal as a back track for a play or film, or just nice to listen to :)
Here are some more Victorian nick-nacks from the Victorian catalogue of groovy stuff. There's nothing to beat a bit of vintage clip-art :) Great for decoupage.
Victorian animal engravings for your delight! These engravings were made for a catalogue, believe it or not. A Victorian catalogue, from which you could order all your household items. Why on earth would anyone buy an owl from a catalogue? Well, these illustrations represented china ornaments. It would be great to find an original ornament that matched one of the illustrations!
Ideal for decoupage.