Posts Tagged ‘application’

Last Day! Back Us On Kickstarter Today!

Sunday, August 2nd, 2015

Ladies and Gents,

Just a quick update on the ActionCraft Toy Box Kickstarter campaign. At the time of this writing, we’ve raised just under 95% of the funding goal. This means we just need that remaining 5% to make sure we have the funds to finish the development of the app.

By the time you read this, it will likely be the last day of the campaign, which means it will also be the last day (for all of you who haven’t done so) to back the campaign through a pledge.

Click here to get to the Kickstarter page:

The success of this project is in your hands. Let’s make this happen 😉



ActionCraft Toy Box : The “Create Your Own Paper Toy” App!

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015


It’s about time I told you a bit more about the project that we’ve been working on. It’s a mobile application that lets you design your own paper toy action figure. As the title of this post says, it’s called ActionCraft Toy Box.

This is how the app icon is going to look like 😉

Action Figures + Arts and Crafts = ActionCraft

Toy Box because it’s essentially a “box” where toys can come from.

Choose from a number of pre-made models.

Customize it using the toy editor...

Once done, email the template to yourself to print or use a wireless printer.

Then assemble it for play or display 😉


Cool eh?

The app isn’t quite done yet, but we’re getting there. I want to add a few more features in the app to make it even cooler. I’ll post more about it in the next few days to let you in on what we have in mind. In the meantime, let me know what you think. Be heard in the comments section below.

That’s all for now.



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Browser-based pixel and vector-based drawing tools, for freeeeeeeeee…

Monday, October 18th, 2010

So I saw a couple of online graphic editing tools the other day. Yes, tools that you can use directly on the browser.

What’s cool about them is that they work.  They run on the browser, and they’re free. You cant go wrong with free, working software, right? I just want to share these finds in case any of you are looking for graphic software alternatives.

This may be old news for some of you, but for me, well, not that much. I only experimented with them for a bit, haven’t tried them all completely just yet. I’ll leave it to you guys to experiment with them, and hopefully you share with us what you think 😉 Also, in case I missed any other online software out there, do let me know, I’ll add them to the list.


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