Web Game UI Art - DiMenna Children's History Museum

Art I produced for the user interface of "Sloppy Copy," an educational, spot-the-differences web game for the New York Historical Society's Dimenna Children's History Museum, put together by the Tronvig Group. The character of the Sloppy Copier was designed and produced by a different artist – Axel Meintker – as were of course all of the paintings featured.

Sloppy Copy was a straightforward spot-the-differences game where you compared a painting, photo or object from New York's history with it's forged "sloppy copy," and tried to identify all the mistakes. You had 30 seconds and five chances to spot the five differences, and faced a multiple choice history question at the end of every round for bonus points. Every 50 points you earned would net you a piece of jello, which would be delivered through a series of clear vacuum tubes and could be stocked up to throw at the Sloppy Copier when you finally caught up to him.
Each round began with a brief historical fact which would help in the end-of-the-round historical quiz.
Once you accumulated enough jello, you could sling it at the Sloppy Copier with this slingshot device.
CHARACTER BY AXEL MEINTKER
CHARACTER BY AXEL MEINTKER

CHARACTER BY AXEL MEINTKER

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