Hey folks, just a quick post to say I've not been snarfed by zombies or crushed under the weight of my son's cuddly toys (it was a close shave)
I've got a couple of things I'm working on currently - a 3D printed boardgame, a cardgame involving spoons (spoooooooooooons!) and a PC game based off one of my series of paper toys so apologies for the lack of news as I'm struggling to fit it all in with the day job and still trying to spend time with my family. Need a 25th hour. and a 26th.
Anyhoo, there will be pics laters but in the meantime, I still function!
After a lot of faffing around and a complete overhaul this lunchtime, My website is pretty much ready for business. The hardest part was trying to get blogger integration to work so I can add extra bits over time. The first thing I plan to do with it after adding a bit more of a bio is to go through my toys and explain where the influences and what challenges I had with them. So basically a PDP (why didn't I think of doing this in Uni? might have ended up with more than a desmond :p)
Anyhoo, go have a lookit at www.tang-mu.co.uk and let me know what you think.
I'm currently in the process of updating my website - moving it over to the cargo collective instead of using my own flash efforts which frankly are looking a little bit shabby after 3 years. The only problem is that the Cargo websites don't support PDF format so I'm having to use dropbox to host the files... You can see how the webiste is looking here http://cargocollective.com/tangmu/ (Still working on a banner... any thoughts?)
In other news I've got my Folksy shop back up and running selling printed kits of some of my designs. http://folksy.com/shops/TangMu
Now I know what you're thinking - the whole point of paper toys is that anyone i