My Animal Hair Salon – New Game Release on the App Store

We are beyond thrilled to finally share the newest game from our Animal Hair Salon series! More cute animals, more tools and waaaaay more freedom of experimentation! We are planning to share behind-the-scene's and interviews with the creators soon so keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram and YouTube! Download My Animal Hair Salon form the App Store →! Coming soon to other platforms!

July Newsletter Has Arrived!

Hi game creators! This month our newsletter is a week late but with the most exciting news. After 6 months of hard work, new TutoTOONS design has finally launched! Read more in our newsletter and rediscover game creation with TutoTOONS! We will keep you posted when mobile version updates are available. Read July newsletter here: Subscribe: Past issues: Update | New Mobile Version Is Available! Get TutoTOONS app and create beautiful games with your tablet! 100% FREE! App Store: Google Play: Amazon Appstore for Android:

Level Up: 1 Hour Drawing Challenge

A month ago our amazing and talented game artists started a very creative weekly tradition. Mondays, at the end of the work, they think up a random artistic challenge and have to complete it in just 1 hour. You may consider this as an inventive game for artists. They can demonstrate their talent and skills while having fun, relaxing and drawing whatever they want. Perfect getaway from your everyday work and very useful exercise for self-improvement. We simply call it Level Up. This week’s topic was “a ruler of insects who can resist physical impact”. Our artists had to reveal this super power by creating character design. Enjoy the results: Creative task of the previous week also involved character design. The tricky part was that the character had to possess the texture of… an apple, a randomly selected thing by our artists. Here’s what they invented: And before that, TutoTOONS artists tried to sneak in Winnie-the-Pooh into Miyazaki’s“Howl’s Moving Castle”. They took a background from the movie and Winnie-the-Poohline art: The challenge was to color the Pooh so it would suit the background nice and pretend that he’s also from Miyazaki’s movie. One of the first Level Ups was about dragons. Our artists used a line drawing by Fuzzycoma - Haku character from the movie “Spirited Away”: The task was to color, tint and shade the dragon. From now, we‘ll be posting the creations of our artists every week. And if you‘re an artist, let‘s upgrade together! Complete the same creative tasks and email us your creations at [email protected]  We‘ll be happy to share it!