Licorice allsort costume

Inspired by Spring's rollerskates in our first story, "Windy's Lost Kite", with their licorice allsorts wheels (yes, they are real ... and yes, many of our supplies "disappeared" from the art department work tables, heh heh), we present: the licorice allsort costume. Cheap, cheerful, no mess and materials under $10 ... if you make one please send us a photo!

Materials: black clothing, white cardboard box, duck tape from the hardware store in black + and one bright colour (we like flamingo pink, too). Make yourself some duck tape suspenders and tape some stripes around the box. Done!

licorice allsort DIY costume


We're all over the place!

Our most recent apps, "Meet Windy & friends" and "Sunny's Hootenanny" are the first two featured apps for kids on the App Store (iTunes) — hooray! It's a big deal for a small independent series like ours :)

Meanwhile, we are taking a well-deserved holiday ... first stop: Paris!

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 Windy & Sunny (and Windy) on iTunes

Windy & Sunny (and Windy) on iTunes

 Spring in Windy on holiday

Spring in Windy on holiday

Sneak Peeks

There's a lot going on with Windy & friends this week!

Part of our team is at Kidscreen, Miami where we won an iKids Award for Best Learning App for Smartphone

We're putting the finishing touches on our upcoming Easter appisode, more about that soon! It's almost finished...

(update: we've had a technical issue, but stay tuned, the gifs look great and our tutorial will come out soon) We are also putting together a tutorial for making your own stop-motion animation. Learning about stop-motion and getting in the director's chair was one of the most interesting parts of translating our books to apps. We have a fun and simple tutorial for making your own at home — stay tuned!

 Judith gives our crew a quick animation tip — an outtake from our upcoming tutorial

Judith gives our crew a quick animation tip — an outtake from our upcoming tutorial

 Silas, 5, creates a set with construction paper & washi tape

Silas, 5, creates a set with construction paper & washi tape