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Marvel Digital Colorform Playset

I had attempted this project a number of times with varying results... and by 'varying' I mean different degrees of awful, embarrassing failure. But long story short, I finally buckled down and got it done - and I'm pleased with the results.

For anybody who grew up in the 80's, you probably remember Colorform Playsets... They were vinyl cut outs of characters from popular franchises (Ghostbusters, Smurfs, etc...) which would stick to a smooth piece of cardstock with a background drawn on it and you could arrange them to create various scenes. Basically they were glorified sticker sets and they were just the best.

After I illustrated 300+ Marvel characters a while back, it felt wrong to never use those illustrations again, so I came up with the idea to make a Digital Colorform Playset. It's a fun way to let anybody play around with my drawings and create their own illustrations using them. It's a lot of fun, and a good distraction for anybody with young kids who are into superheroes.

I'd like to add to this down the road, enable more characters on the screen, include more franchises than just Marvel, alternate appearances for each character and more backgrounds. For now, though, I think I'll just enjoy it for what it is, and I hope you do too!

It works on just about any device or browser (although I'm sure there's some version of Internet Explorer that won't run it, but if you're using IE you don't deserve to enjoy my art... I kid, but seriously, you don't). While it runs fine on just about anything, it's best enjoyed on a tablet, desktop or anything with a larger screen.

You can check it out by clicking the screenshot below: