The second in my series of LEA Arts Festival 'peeks' is Cica Ghost's, Black and White World. This build is deceptively cute and simplistic. Admittedly, it has undeniable child like qualities such as stick figures and simple line drawings of houses, trees and other typical neighbourhood objects.
However, the more you explore this little wonderland, the more you discover its sophistication. Everything moves slightly - the wind blows, people ride bikes and fish jump in ponds. It's clever.
I visited Black and White world with a good friend, Jamie. We started discussing how it was made but Jamie stopped me in my tracks when she posted, "Oh what are we doing? This is so much fun. We should just appreciate it for what it is." I had to agree and from then on Jamie and I were frolicing like kids over bridges and hills. Pffft to the technical side of things!
While I was there I even made a new friend, Mr Stickman. We talked for quite a while about the evils of erasers and the danger they pose to him and his family.
Black and White World is truly a fun place to visit - so make sure you do!