Robert Zimmerman

Some Websites I maintain for the illustration community.

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My home base for web development is Bug Logic.
Looking for the Ba Ba Ha Ha book? Click here.
Just for fun:


Previously illustration

I used to be a very active illustrator back in the salad days of illustration, but I don't do that sort of work any more. There used to be examples of all that old illustration stuff here but I have removed them and they're gone, mostly because I was just tired of looking at that stuff.

What happened

In 2002 I broke my right wrist into a lot of tiny pieces and some doctors attempted to put it all back together with seven titanium screws (which they call "pins" because that sounds okay, when in fact they really are just machine screws) and two titanium plates, but it never really worked very well. In the end it was something of a happy accident because it lead me to other stuff that I do these days to get along.

Interactive Games

Back in the day I did a bunch of interactive games in Flash. I don't do these anymore because Flash got boring and javascript is easier and more fun. If you came here looking for these old games, here they are. Other javascript interactives are detailed here.

The Great Bugoff in which you race a bug of your choosing across a forbidding landcscape. At Animal Planet and located here.

Chomp and the Temple of Doom, in which you attempt to escape from a temple of horrible monkeys by passing the challenges they give you. Located at Discover Kids right here.

When Pigs Fly - something about a monkey jumping around and telling you things. I can't remember what this is really about, but it's at Animal Planet right here.

Alien Adventure which was just for fun and never finished. People still play it even though you can't actually win. Here it is.

This site is created and updated using an easy-to-use system that was created in-house at Bug Logic, which is what I do for a living, most of the time. I sell this system and also do hosting if you are interested.

The decorations used on this site are free fonts.

The above is a font called Glamocon. You can download it for free right here.

The above font is called Line Dings (BRK). It's also free and you can pick it up here.

The other font used here is Memphis Medium, which is not free, but I bought it because I happen to like it for one reason or another. You can buy it here. Designed by Rudolf Wolf.