26 posts tagged ashley davis
Save $4 on this rad Animal Crossing shirt
To celebrate the release of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Fangamer is offering a special deal on Ashley Davis’s magical “Meet the Neighbors” shirt.
When you check out, use the code NUWEEF and get $4 off! That puts it at a nice, affordable $19. Wear it so everyone will know you’re all about cute times in animal villages like Buttocks.
Giratina’s Origin Forme by Ashley Davis, drawn for the Ghost Pokezine. Look, I don’t want to freak anyone out, but there are currently 27 copies of the zine available for purchase. If you want to see more illustrations of Ghost-type Pokemon, you’d best get to it.
Buy: Pokemon Black/White Version 2
See also: More Pokemon news and media
In honor of Mole Mania’s eShop release yesterday, some fanart of the Game Boy puzzler’s star from Ashley Davis!
Those in the know have already praised this as one of Shigeru Miyamoto’s unsung masterpieces, but just in case you haven’t heard, Mole Mania is one of the good ones.
Buy: Nintendo 3DS XL Red or Blue, Nintendo 3DS See also: More eShop news and media
[Via Ashley Davis]
I have been amassing a hoard of neat, non-Nintendo things that I’ve been meaning to share here, links from our friends and generally cool people. Click these:
- Frequent Tiny Cartridge collaborator Ashley Davis launched her Jailbird webcomic (oh, and follow the boxart comparison Tumblr she contributes to!)
- Handheld Heroes is an excellent, excellent chiptune comp album with 40+ tracks
- Pictured above, Cory Godbey’s fiery The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time fanart
- And in other Cory news, you can now buy all of the Zelda Zine issues curated by Cory Schmitz — and here’s his awesome Sworcery poster at Fangamer
- The fellow who made that AMAZING Super Mario Bros. Crossover thing has put up a Kickstarter so he can make a similar game with original characters
- Inverse Phase recently released Pretty Eight Machine, a chip take on NIN’s Pretty Hate Machine
If you emailed or Tweeted anything for us to post recently (e.g. in the last four years) that I neglected to put up here, sorry! I’m awful at remembering these things!
Comix Zone art by Ashley Davis, for the “Comics vs. Games creative jam” put on by TIFF Nexus in Toronto. The “main event” is a game jam pairing comic and game designers; in addition, TC bros Attract Mode will curate a set of video game-inspired art, with works by the following (list stolen from Fort90):
Lamar Abrams, Georgina Chacón, Lindsay Collins, Ashley Davis, Jacob Ferguson, Kyle Fewell, Chris Furniss, Zac Gorman, Olly Jones, HamletMachine, Kris Mukai, Maré Odomo, Cory Schmitz, and Jovan Velkoski. That’s… an intimidating amount of talent.
Kid Niki’s US and Japanese boxarts. This is one of the comparisons on Box vs. Box, a new site by Diego Garcia and Ashley Davis comparing Japanese and American covers. What a clever idea for a single-purpose Tumblr!
Speaking of regional boxart comparisons, Ray Barnholt wrote up a feature on just that for 1UP. It’s an international boxart zeitgeist!
And speaking of … things versus other things … Tiny Cartridge pal Lucas M. Thomas is kickstarting a book called Zelda vs. Jesus! Yep, it’s about all the Christian imagery and references in Zelda games. It’s not about Jesus fighting Sheik in Smash Bros.
Pushmo’s Mallo, by Ashley Davis. Since the characters on screen are so small, and since the focus is really on the puzzles, it’s easy to overlook how inexplicable the character designs are. Is he wearing a red full-body leotard thing under his sumo thong, or is he all red except for his face and feet? Also, he’s wearing a sumo thong.
See also: Our Pushmo review, and a Tiny QR code!
Four Swapnotes for the new year, plus a very special message from Mare Odomo (click for larger images). These awesome sketches from Cory Godbey, Ashley Davis, Jonathan “Persona” Kim, and Hef helped me get over Nintendo not sending its Japanese New Year Swapnote — and its special stationary — to the rest of us.
See also: More Swapnote news
Happy holidays from Tiny Cartridge! We hope Santa left you lots of portable games (or a console) under your tree! Why not share your Christmas spoils in our comments?
This fabulous art, by the way, comes from the awesome Ashley Davis — who you might remember teamed up with us to create the Meteor Night cartridge art for this year’s My Famicase exhibition. If you’re not already following her personal or No Marios blog, you should!
See also: More Ashley Davis art
See also: More Ashley Davis artwork
Kid Dracula by Ashley Davis. It’s clear to me that two things need to happen:
- Konami needs to restart the Kid Dracula series, and
- Ashley has to be the art director for said reboot.
What’s Igarashi up to these days? Leedmees is out. Why not ease back into the Castlevania series with a new Kid Dracula?
See also: More Ashley Davis artwork
Scribblenauts’ Maxwell, by Ashley Davis. I haven’t tried, but I don’t remember being able to use the power of words to summon ADORABLE CHEEKS.
Buy: Super Scribblenauts