The Mango Point


I have just finished a grueling short schedule Illustration job with 166 artworks. The thing that kept me going through the long hours was the fact that somewhere after half way through the project there was a large pocket of really simple Illustrations. The simplest of these was a Mango and that became  my target. Once I hit the ‘Mango Point’ I knew I could make the deadline and stress levels

We are now looking for the Mango Point in all our projects

A site for sore eyes


We’ve been refreshing our Mo Choy Design site – well, mainly the portfolio which now includes some more recent web and interactive work, as well as separate sections for web design, illustration and animation. It seems like the whole world is converging  print, digital and interactive so why shouldn’t we.

We hope you enjoy looking at it and that it doesn’t hurt your eyes!
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Love Pong.

Love Pong

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I give you Love Pong. A Valentines e-card that got way out of hand.

This started life as an experimental game of Pong in Construct2 but with Valentines approaching two cherubs batting a heart around seemed like a good idea and I roped in My wife and Business partner Mo. The whole attempt to get something that worked, was amusing and didn’t look too bad in less that a week was a bit of a challenge but was an incredible learning experience. We hope to polish up the game when we get a little bit more time.

Production Facts

  • Mo was originally an illustrator way back when we were at college (She is a designer now). She painted the backgrounds digitally and this is the first time she has done painting of any kind this century.
  • We have still not managed to get the high score.
  • Siamese cats are no help at all when building anything interactive.

Give it a go and let us know what you think.


Life, one meal at a time …

Miss Hathorn's Home

Life, one meal at a time …

Our talented friend Miss HatHorn, aka Sharon Smith, has designed, directed and animated her first independent film. This ten minute adaptation of a piece of prose by Frank Key was shown at the Bradford Animation Festival in November. The full film, A Recipe for Gruel, can be viewed at the nominations for the British Animation Awards at the BFI on 8th February (and at other venues around the country). We can’t wait to see it!

But, if you can’t make that, you can see the trailer, some of the beautiful drawings, and much more of Sharon’s work, on the Miss HatHorn site … which, incidentally, we built and designed the custom templates for.