Hi y'all! My name is Sav and I'm the creator of HappyLittle.Studio. I made this site primarily to satisfy a dang itch to be creative, and secondarily to branch out in my JS knowledge.
Many people love Bob's work, and I do, too. However, whenever I've watched the show, I've always gotten the urge to create along...which is tough when you're missing the actual materials to create.
However, Bob's mission was always to be able to create with whatever you have, and to never let the situation you find yourself in stop you from creating.
I may not have room for an easel or funds for paint, but I've got a laptop and coding knowledge and the MDN. It's not the same, but it's just as good, and I hope you find it useful, too.
If you want to support me and this venture, I definitely don't feel comfortable profiting from this. Instead, please support your local PBS affiliate so that you can help others have access to the arts.
I'm a developer and an artist--nothing's ever really done. Here are some things I'm planning to add next:
- Painting with different brush shapes
- The ability to mix paint
- Different shapes for your canvas
Stay tuned, I'll definitely update as I can.
I only got this far by standing on the shoulders of giants.
Or maybe regular-sized people who are just really awesome.
Here are some people and projects that deserve recognition:
- Background image from HeroPatterns
- Color values from Thomas Park's article
- Episode data from TwoInchBrush--please go there and buy things
- Mozilla Developer Network
- CK Hicks and Luke Hurd, for believing in me
- All of the boss peoples who've been cheering me on this whole time--Miriam Suzanne, Rachel Nabors, and so many more