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iPhone APPS

Tom Antonishak's
iPhone and iPad Apps

Sound Book Series

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" My Life as a Panda"
an iPad Book

ID Kit for iPad Composite Sketch

Boogieman Composite Sketch

" Life as a Eagle”
an iPad Book

The "Composite Sketch" Series

Vampire Sketch

Leprechaun Composite Sketch

Bigfoot Composite Sketch

Alien Composite Sketch

Nessie Composite Sketch

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My Life as a Panda -book app for the iPad

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Art by Tom Antonishak, written by Dale Wildman v1.0

This second in Tom Antonishak’s critically-acclaimed Life Begins series focuses on the Giant Panda, one of the most endangered animal species in the world. My Life as a Panda paints a shocking, true-to-life portrait of just how few pandas are left in our world, and points up some of the wonderfully humane efforts underway right now to save our beloved “rare bear.” As with his first work in this series, Life of an Eagle, Antonishak utilizes the writing skills of popular children’s author Dale Wildman to tell the story through the eyes and “voice” of the animal itself, with a lively, witty style certain to appeal to animal lovers ages 8 to 80 and beyond. Known for creating incredibly-detailed paintings and sculptures based on extensive, hands-on research, Antonishak brings that same dedication and detail to this inspiring graphic novella, along with his incredible knowledge of animal life and habits, wild and domestic. His award-winning illustration style bring a remarkably apt and compelling feel to the natural habitat, intriguing life span and common experiences of this unique bear species. Readers will be pleased to learn that the work is also available in a “read-to” format, with the ‘panda’ himself telling his story. 

In commenting on the distinct pleasure he takes in working on the Life Begins series, Wildman remarked that, “Tom’s engaging illustrations and fact-based stories emphasize the very real danger our endangered species find themselves in, and help us all find a place and a part to help save these rare animals for future generations to enjoy.”

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Life of an Eagle -book app for the iPad and “NEW”, now as an ebook!

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Art and written by Tom Antonishak, edited by Dale Wildman v1.0

This second in Tom Antonishak’s critically-acclaimed Life Begins series focuses on the Giant Panda, one of the most endangered animal species in the world. My Life as a Panda paints a shocking, true-to-life portrait of just how few pandas are left in our world, and points up some of the wonderfully humane efforts underway right now to save our beloved “rare bear.”As with his first work in this series, Life of an Eagle, Antonishak utilizes the writing skills of popular children’s author Dale Wildman to tell the story through the eyes and “voice” of the animal itself, with a lively, witty style certain to appeal to animal lovers ages 8 to 80 and beyond. Known for creating incredibly-detailed paintings and sculptures based on extensive, hands-on research, Antonishak brings that same dedication and detail to this inspiring graphic novella, along with his incredible knowledge of animal life and habits, wild and domestic. His award-winning illustration style bring a remarkably apt and compelling feel to the natural habitat, intriguing life span and common experiences of this unique bear species.Readers will be pleased to learn that the work is also available in a “read-to” format, with the ‘panda’ himself telling his story. In commenting on the distinct pleasure he takes in working on the Life Begins series, Wildman remarked that, “Tom’s engaging illustrations and fact-based stories emphasize the very real danger our endangered species find themselves in, and help us all find a place and a part to help save these rare animals for future generations to enjoy.”

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Boogie Man

Boogieman… The newest of the composite sketch series. You know you’ve seen him. As a child he was usually under your bed. Now when you see and hear what goes bump in the night and you can show your mommy and daddy exactly what it looked like. Now you have the tools to put together his features to show the world exactly what he looks like. Perhaps now that kyou and your friends can identify him, the boogieman won’t com and get you tonight!

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ID Kit -for the iPad
The App that has them all!

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Made exclusively for the iPad, this Composite Sketch ID Kit app contains all the previous iphone composite sketch apps, as well as the new “Boogieman”. Adults and children alike will spend time moving and adjusting facial features to best describe what each of these creatures looks like with over a million different combinations for your sketches.

• Bigfoot Composite Sketch....Have you seen Bigfoot? For more than 400 years people have reported seeing this ape-like creature. Here is your chance to show people exactly what he looks like. You can solve this mystery by using “Composite Sketch” App to compose his identity. Simply touch and drag each component to assemble his facial features. Have your friends try to create their own composite.

Stories of Bigfoot has been told around the world and he is know by many names such as the Yeti and Sasquatch. Reports are that he weighs more than 500 pounds and stands 6 to 10 feet tall. Now you can show the world what Bigfoot really look like.

• Alien Composite Sketch....Have you had a close encounter with Aliens. Perhaps you’ve been abducted and no one believes you, well now with the help of “Composite Sketch” App you can give the authorities an accurate description of their identities. Simply touch and drag various
fascial features to assemble a finished sketch of what they look like.

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• Nessie Composite Sketch....Have you sighted Nessie? Did you get a good look at her? With the help of “Composite Sketch” App you can solve this cold case and identify the monster for the authorities. Simply touch and drag each piece onto Nessie’s head to make various composite sketches of what best represents what you saw or what you think Nessie looks like.

• Leprechaun Composite Sketch....A creature in Irish mythology or a friend you see each time you visit your neighborhood pub, a leprechaun is said to be a male faerie who lives on the island of Ireland.   Perhaps you have seen one of these wealthy spirited little Irishmen.  Could it of been during the last St. Patrick Day celebration.  When it comes time to describe what he looks like to your non-Irish friends, now you can use “Leprechaun Composite Sketch” to just that.

• Vampire Sketch....Your creativity is about to swoop into flight. With this monstrous App you can make Vampires appear. You know what you saw flying in the moonlight… now you have the tool to make a Composite Sketch so you can show your friends and perhaps the authorities, should they ask for a description to begin the bat hunt. Watch your screen now. Hear your scream now. Make your Vampire appear as your mood digs him up. Have fun. Clean up any blood drippings, will you?

• Boogieman....The newest of the composite sketch series. You know you’ve seen him. As a child he was usually under your bed. Now when you see and hear what goes bump in the night and you can show your mommy and daddy exactly what what it looked like. Now you have the tools to put together his features to show the world exactly what he looks like. Perhaps now that you and your friends can identify him, the boogieman won’t come and get you tonight!
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Vampire Sketch

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Your creativity is about to swoop into flight. With this monstrous App you can make Vampires appear. You know what you saw flying in the moonlight… now you have the tool to make a Composite Sketch so you can show your friends and perhaps the authorities, should they ask for a description to begin the bat hunt.
As absolutely horrendous horror goes, so do terrible tales. . . so flies folklore’s fear. In Romania, Eastern Europe and where Greece is the word, the word was vampir and Vampyre. The result? Mass hysteria. Superstition unearthed, as if from the dead. And it spread. And it fed. The feeding frenzy subsisted by nefarious beings taking bite and sucking the life essence of living creatures. Vampyres or Vampires are revenants (French word for “returning”), visible ghosts or corpses of evil returning from the grave to terrorize the nearby living. Their bite is definitely worse than their lark for while roaming from bloody sucking feasts, their malevolent spirit can possess a corpse or create a whole new vampire from one telltale bite.
In faraway lands, everyone was telling these tales and telling ‘em swell. In the early 19th century, author John Polidori’s The Vampyre told of a charismatic sophisticated cool dude vampyre of fiction. Inspiration begets inspiration and author Bram Stoker dug up the quintessential Dracula from there. You might say he struck his stake into fear-filled details of Vlad Draculea. The rest . . . as they mumble low, is history.
But with your Monstrous App in hand, you can create history’s mystery! Go ahead! Let it fly! Like that diabolical cloak? Ah, more than just gloom in your room -- this prop added flair to fear’s flare when Dracula the sensation appeared on stage and screen. You see, (or you don’t), it made it easier for him to disappear. Watch your screen now. Hear your scream now. Make your Vampire appear as your mood digs him up. Have fun. Clean up any blood drippings, will you?
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Leprechaun CS

A creature in Irish mythology or a friend you see each time you visit your neighborhood pub, a leprechaun is said to be a male faerie who lives on the island of Ireland.  They are said to have lived in Ireland working as cobblers prior the arrival of the Celts.  

Leprechauns usually take the form of old men who enjoy partaking in mischief.  According to legend you can find their pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. If anyone keeps their eye fixed upon one, he cannot escape.  Only if your gaze is withdrawn or if you look away, he can vanish without a trace, taking his treasure with him.  

Most tales and stories of leprechauns portray them as generally harmless creatures although mischievous and they loves to play tricks on unsuspected victims.

Perhaps you have seen one of these wealthy spirited little Irishmen.  Could it of been during the last St. Patrick Day celebration.  When it comes time to describe what he looks like to your non-Irish friends, now you can use “Leprechaun Composite Sketch” to just that.
Simply touch each composite and drag it onto the face to complete your sketch.  Just be careful not to blink or he just may disappear forever and take his pot of gold with him.

Cheers!
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Nessie CS

Have you sighted Nessie? Did you get a good look at her? With the help of “Composite Sketch” App you can solve this cold case and identify the monster for the authorities. Simply touch and drag each piece onto Nessie’s head to make various composite sketches of what best represents what you saw or what you think Nessie looks like.

Legends of a water beast go back as far as the 6th and 7th century. Tales of a creature in or near Loch Ness, Scotland has been very common in recent years.

People have claimed Nessie to have a large body with a very long neck. The skeptics have always doubted the existence of Nessie. With your help you can compound a sketch that proves that the Loch Ness creature exist and she’s not a monster all. With your help in identifying the Loch Ness Monster, this cold case can be solved.
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Have you had a close encounter with Aliens. Perhaps you’ve been abducted and no one believes you, well now with the help of “Composite Sketch” App you can give the authorities an accurate description of their identities. Simply touch and drag various
fascial features to assemble a finished sketch of what they look like.

Stories of aliens have been reported throughout history. Many believe they visit Earth every day and are living among us. You and your friends will have fun coming up with various fascial possibilities. Now you can show the world what they really look like.
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Bigfoot CS

Have you seen Bigfoot? For more than 400 years people have reported seeing this ape-like creature. Here is your chance to show people exactly what he looks like. You can solve this mystery by using “Composite Sketch” App to compose his identity. Simply touch and drag each component to assemble his facial features. Have your friends try and create their own composite.

Stories of Bigfoot has been told around the world and he is know by many names such as the Yeti and Sasquatch. Reports are that he weighs more than 500 pounds and stands 6 to 10 feet tall. Now you can show the world what Bigfoot really looks like.
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