We’ve got a couple of goodies for you today: another Fan Board submission, and a poseable paper doll restoration.
Print out your own Indiana Jones Adventure decoder sheet right at home to take to the park.
We have three nifty Disneyland downloads for you today in celebration of the park’s 59th anniversary! Every year, we try to do something to mark the occasion.
Let’s get to business . . . pirate business. Pirates are always a good way to round out the Halloween season.
We have two more Walt Disney World fonts for you today. They’re based on Stitch’s Great Escape and the Jungle Cruise. Don’t break your keyboard from using them too much.
“Forbidden Eye” is a replacement for the old “Mara” font. David has cleaned up the vectors, added punctuation, and greatly improved the kerning (the space between letters). It’s such a vast improvement!
I know that some cultures have complex rites and rituals, but I didn’t know that some of them have gone high-tech!
I know that I missed this year’s release of the Theme Park Attractions icons. I was busy with other birthdays. Here is another set of attraction posters, along with a new wallpaper.
I apologize for the late arrival of the annual Disney Theme Park Attractions icon set. I’ve been side-tracked with a new computer, learning all of the features and setting preferences to my liking. This year, I thought I’d try something a little bit different. Let’s try doing nothing but attraction posters. And, since it’s Disneyland’s […]
I recently had access to a Kindle, one of Amazon‘s eBook readers. It supports PDF files, which got me thinking about if it could be used to display paper model instructions. Some of my instructions can be lengthy (measured in pages), especially for the more complex paper models. Printing them does waste ink and paper […]