How I make stuff
I’m not sure if I’m more of an adventurer at heart or more of an artist/author. But one thing is for sure, the adventure needs to come first. Adventure is my muse; my art is how I tell my story; and, my stories are meant to inspire, entertain and educate others. I truly want to contribute to humanity so that humanity can aspire to new levels of amazingness.Those are lofty ideals. Too lofty probably. Anyway, here are some stories about how I make art and stories. Go here to learn how to make an adventure. By the way, I don’t really make stuff alone. If you would like to join the adventure — literally or figuratively — please visit, Help support our work.
How to make children's books
We moved all our stories about making children’s books, including our ground-breaking research, to our new website. Please visit How We Make Stuff on Dreamaplay.
In celebration of my website’s 20th anniversary and my 50th lap around the sun, I’ve written an extra-special story about how I live a life worth living, including making memorable moments and how friends shed new light on life.
Guidelines to writing an article that will be indexed by search engines and read by audiences. We’ll use this article itself as a kind of how-to template.
A guide for the complete beginner. Including tips on voice warm-up, voice acting, room noise, equipment and audio resampling process.
Graphic Design, Illustration and Production Scott funded most of his adventures, this website and a lot of school projects with the profits from years of
Update 2017-04: There is a new amazing photograph. Read about the making of the monarch butterfly school photo. It is a short and sweet overview
The following is a step by step summary of how the book is made. It’s a 3-month project. Below is a rough outline because this
I’ve always been disturbed that the tree sacrifices itself to a greedy old man—so I rewrote the ending and drew new pictures matching the font and style.
Why not enter the world of online innovation and publish an e-Book?
8 steps to designing the perfect logo with examples and descriptions. Tips from concept to execution. Featuring some of Scott’s best graphic design.
What is a logo? Well, it’s not artwork, not even an illustration. We discuss the history of some famous logos, meaning brands — Yes! — like a cow brand and not much different than a hieroglyph or an emoji.
With these new computer programs and logo templates, just substitute the words, icon, colors and font and — PRESTO! — instant logo. Or, why you still need a graphic designer.
How is a logo made? See the step by step creation of this logo as an example of how the creative process works.