This might be our funniest story and certainly the craziest... who do you think provided the sound effect for Windy's whistle? If you guessed it was Judith, you're right. She is good friend to have around when you need a taxi :) Watch a preview below and find us on the App Store here! As with all our apps, this story is also available for Android on Google Play, Amazon and nook.
Our first video is Spring's Easter Egg Hunt. We've adapted it from our app by recording the interactive footage from our story and putting it together. So you can watch as an animation, now.
As always, our stories are short, silly and gentle. Let us know if you have any requests!
Follow Spring’s Easter egg in a mad cap caper when it's knocked out the window of her science lab! It travels through a syruppy pancake breakfast and then right into a pile of confetti ... oh what a mess! The egg travels farther and farther away as it bounces through Sunny's music room and gets caught in a game of Ping Pong at Jean-Cloud's campground. What is Spring's plan to find her egg? Some clever calculations and a little help from a friend just might work...
iPhone or iPad user? Don't worry, Spring's Easter Egg Hunt will soon be available on the AppStore. In the meantime, we have several apps already for Apple users: take a look!
This year, we're trying out some red cabbage dye, which makes beautiful blue or green eggs.
Last year, we did kool-aid dye and made some origami easter baskets, too.
The reviews are in: kool-aid dye smells kind of fruity and nice and the cabbage dye ... looks nice :) Either way, they are both pretty lovely methods.
Do you have any tips?
More ideas on our Easter pinterest board ...
There's a lot going on with Windy & friends this week!
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!