* A sweet, charming, interactive tale about creatures who love color
* Recently named New and Noteworthy by Apple
* Created with paper, fabric, and pen, the artwork in this monster has been lovingly hand-crafted for a color-laden, tactile experience
* As featured in Oscar de la Renta Children’s Blog, GEORGE & RUBY:
“We have a bunch of favorites, but I am in love with a new one called this monster. It is a burst of color, whimsical graphics and a textural feel that is not often seen in kids’ apps on the market.”
Within it you will find:
+ simple, interactive animations with unexpected, delightful surprises
+ original music
+ zany and endearing sound effects
+ professional narration by the incomparable marty sidman
+ as a bonus: make a polka dot painting, dress a monster!
How did Kwik help?
Kwik allowed me to share a story idea I’ve had for some time now, interactively. And in a way which did not require learning extensive code.
What are your favorite features?
I love the animation features. It was incredibly rewarding to see inanimate objects that we had created with paper, fabric, and line art, come to life through use of both animation and physics.
Any tips and tricks to share?
Keep the general structure simple, save often, and have patience — the process is relatively easy at start, but it does get (much) easier as you go!
This Monster is beautifully made, with lots of interactivity available to capture the attention of any “young monster” at home. Julianna was very creative building illustrations using conventional materials. Readers can enjoy the nice story, have fun with the “Monster Pretend” scene, as well as dress a monster (being able to take pictures of their creations). Did I mention the great narration? A really good app to any digital library!