Bimabean had a hard task of creating our podcast cover art. Podcast thumbnails are very tiny, so the image needed to be clear, legible, and also fun.
He did a great job! He made it easy to read, aesthetically pleasing, and very professional.
He knew exactly what mood we were going for and he communicated it nicely in a picture.
Thanks so much Bimabean! We appreaciate your time, patience, and creativity!
How mhoskyn started their illustration or graphics journey
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Centre for Research on Early Child Health and Education
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Research on child development
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We would like to make a Where's Waldo type computer game for children aged 5 to 9 years of age, but instead of looking for Waldo, the children will look for a specific house in a map of houses..
We need to have 6 pictures of houses to use in the search game. The houses need to be all the same colour and to differ from each other only on their attributes (e.g., different roof design, door, window etc).
The houses will be arranged on a computer screen according to an
invisible 4 · 4 grid and each subtended approximately 7.5 (width) · 4 (height) visual angle from a viewing distance of 40 cm. I have attached a copy of a similar game using fish; but this game was too easy for 9 year olds (just right for 5 year olds).
The child will look for a target house on the map. The five distractor houses will be equally represented on the display (i.e, 3 times). We will be making different arrays of houses.