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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Welcome to Cartoon World

New in the Marketplace today is Cartoon World. Take a look at these guys - they’re quite unlike anything else in Moviestorm!

A new batch of stock characters in the style of their weird and wonderful surroundings. You get two stock sets with park and beach front themes, and all the set items that needed to populate them. Mix them with other Moviestorm assets for an interesting skew on reality, or go all out with Moviestorm’s cel-shading feature to create your own cartoon movies!

Just 500 MSP, or 50 MSP per month.

Note: Like the Miami Beachfront pack, this is a reissue of content that was previously included with Photostorm and Greetingstorm. If you’ve already got those, then you don’t need these new packs.

(2) Comments | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 07/24 at 01:18 AM

For my history project I have to make a political cartoon about World War II having to do with the sinking of the Canadian ship Athenia by German U-boats.
Does anyone have any political cartoon ideas for me?
Preferably something not too complex and easy to draw.

(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 04/30 at 01:00 AM

I recently received a direct mail ad from the publishers of the Saturday Evening Post. The ad was to promote new subscriptions to their magazine. On the outside of the envelope they published a cartoon, much like the ones you see in their magazine. I often throw my junk mail away without even opening it, but the cartoon enticed me to open the envelope and read the advertising. Other advertisers could do the same thing to entice more attention to their direct mail pieces. A cartoon on a flyer handout would also be an effective way of getting people to read the flyers.

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