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I’ve been in the mood to create some new games and here is the first completed paper game, The Pitik of Glory. Players take turns trying to finger flick a penny, bottle cap, or glass blob into the hole in … Continue reading
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Swamp Boggers in the book SNOTGRASS by J.E.Moores.
Gibbs Library in Washington, Maine has some of my Mythical Maine JEMTOYs on display to support the launch of my book, Snotgrass which contains all kinds of strange critters that creep through the muck and mire of Maine. If you’re in … Continue reading
It’s spring! The weather is getting warmer, so it’s time to make toys!!! April 18 download the Kindle version of How To Make Resin Toys for only .99 cents! Each day the price slowly returns to full retail price. Act … Continue reading
Philly Lou Bird, Swamp Bogger, and the Yupapotamus are all characters found in my book, Snotgrass. If you enjoy Maine humor, bouffant hairdos, or stories of strange mythical creatures, check it out on Amazon as a Kindle Download.
How To Make Resin Toys: Amazon Kindle – Order Printed Book I have been an art teacher since 1984, so it comes naturally to me to share what I know with others. Whenever I am in the art studio making stuff, I enjoy … Continue reading
I grew up in Maine, and my grandfather always farmed using his Old Farmer’s Almanac as a resource. Every winter the almanac warns: Beware the Pogonip. I remember not knowing what Pogonip was, so my young imagination came up with some … Continue reading
Three Manimals cast in swirly plastic colors.
The Bi-Cyclops is inspired by a Rock Poster by Jeff Lamm. I love Jeff’s art, and have several toys of his kaiju characters. There are many weird and wonderful beasts, robots, and monsters in Jeff’s posters that have yet to … Continue reading