Does your Nerdling like Stickers? Here’s a 2 page download full of Sci-Fi stickers.
You can right click on these images and save them or you can download the file free PDF.
If you need more you can buy my 108 Sticker version!
I recommend these Avery products to print your stickers! Click on the links to order them. Soon I’ll offer them already printed!
AVERY 3 1/3 x 4 inch White Shipping Labels
Product No. 5264
AVERY Sticker Project Paper
Product No. 3383
Categories: Free Downloads, printable, Robots, Rockets Ships, stickers
Tags: robots, rockets, sandwich bag, sandwich bag art, sci-fi stickers, spaceships, Stickers, stickers for your sandwich bags
Just in time for Halloween 8 free robot makes you can download, color and cut out.
Have a fun and save Halloween!
Categories: Free Downloads, Kids Project Ideas, Masks, New Robot, printable, Robots
Tags: faces, Halloween, masks, masks for Halloween, printable mask, printable masks, printable robot mask, robot, robot heads, robot mask
CLASSIC RETRO ROCKETS!
I’m working on a new book. This is 5 pages of retro looking rocket ships. Perfect for the younger nerdlings. Simple lines and simple shapes. I drew these rockets with Paper by 53 what a great little iPad app!
Sometimes when I’m sitting in an airport, or at lunch or watching my favorite show. I might do a little doodle on my iPad. I’ll start putting my finished works on the blog, let me know what you think!
This one is called:
Click Below to buy a Canvas version of this picture.
Almost any size you want!
If you like you can always right click and save it so you can print it off or if you want a nice canvas version you can go to Instacanv.as page and choose a format you might like better.
Categories: Digital Art, Instacanvas, printable
Tags: canvas print, digital painting, download sci-fi art, instacanvas, iPad painting, light drive, lightdrive, painting, printable, Printout, sci-fi
Try this out! It’s only 20 pages but your little nerdling can print these out put them on cardboard to make a big version of a cockpit so they can pretend to pilot their own spaceships.
Download the Printable file.
What I’d really like to know does your Nerdling like the nice smooth line or the hand drawn look?
Oh here’s another tip! Download some of my FREE Colorobooks and you can print out instrument panels and planets to give it that real spaceship feel!
Look my dog Holly is trying to count how many pages there are. Well there’s 24!
That’s almost 6 feet tall!
You can now download a sample of my latest colorbook project.
I’m still working on this book but let me know what you like about it. Let me know if they are to large. Also how many crayons did you use? How big do you want these rockets? Because I can make them BIG!
This is the rocket!
This is the cockpit for the rocket.
There’s room for sticking control panel stickers on so you can really pretend your flying a ship. Heck you can even cut out some planets and fly to another planet. Hummmm, would you want me to make some larger planets too? Please share this page with your friends.
Categories: Feedback, Free Downloads, Kids Project Ideas, New Colorbook, printable
Tags: coloring book, free printable, printable, rocket printable, rockets, sci-fi, space coloring book
Found these cool retro spaceships at World Market. They have 4 different kinds I picked up these 2.
Now I can take them out of the Package!
Help me test out my new colorbooks!
That’s right Colorbook4Nerdlings wants you! Wants you to help try out new coloring books I come up with. I always have new projects or ideas I’m working on. If you want your little nerdling to have first access to my test projects before I turn them in to full coloring books.
If you’d like to join just fill out this form below.
Join the Tester Club!
If you choose to take these assignments I’ll send you the above badge as a gift. You can even wear it when you’re colorbooking.
In the hopes of making a better colorbook I hope to also get some feedback on how the nerdling like projects and maybe some photos of them testing it out for the gallery.
Meet Elle Heiligenstein she lives in Illinois too and she makes little tin men and women out of um TIN and found objects. You can find her at fine art shows around the country. She calls them characters I call them robots. I guess they really are characters but I think you’ll see little robot characters in most of them.
If you see her at an art show near you pick something up and tell I sent you. Here’s her 2013 schedule.
Check out more of Elle’s Characters at H Character Works
Great stuff ELLE! I hope too see you up here soon and I’ll pickup a few more for my collection! My characters need friends.