Aunt Lily's Kitchen
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
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Swipe left and right to view Aunt Lily's Kitchen originally prepared for the cartoon,
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.
Learn more about
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes art, below.
This Web project uses source code included, and explained, with the e-book
HTML5 Hidden Object Games,
including responsive Web design and interactive HTML5 features.
HTML5 Hidden Object Games examples.
About Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Art
Aunt Lily's Kitchen was part of
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, the animated cartoon.
The art was
painted with Vista Tips software, which is similar to Photoshop.
The paintings began with left and right view sketches of Aunt Lily's Kitchen,
along with a color scheme.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Background Art
View background art broadcast for,
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes,
the animated cartoon, through Fox Children's Network.
painted with Vista Tips 24 bit software,
similar to Photoshop.
Background graphics are part of the portfolio of Amy (Washburn) Butler, owner of Seven Thunder Software, listed in imdb.com as Amy Washburn.
A dark realistic goal guided image creation. For example Aunt Lily's messy living room, kitchen, and the lab scene's spilled liquid, look a little scary. Moss grew from bricks in the dungeon. In general, everything appeared scuffed and dirty.
2D illustration preparation included an eye for light direction, composition, and consistency between
scenes. Some scenes were prepared for horizontal tracking, such
as Aunt Lily's Living Room.
Left and right images for the room were
painted separately, then combined for animation.
The San Zuchini Harbor
animation was composed from two separate scenes.
Also see Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: Animated & Interactive scenes.