Final Project Inspiration
This board is a collection of inspirations for my final project in the MSc in Creative Digital Media. I plan to do an interactive storybook using original old Irish text, modern Irish translations and English translations of stories from Sgéalaigheacht Chéitinn.
Final Project Inspiration
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Fairytale Ebooks, Interactive Storybook, Ebook Techgadgets, Interactive Ebooks, Digital Art, Fairytale Thumbelina, Ebook Thumbelina, Ipad Storybook
Classic fairytale Thumbelina brought to life as an iPad storybook with beautiful illustrations - News - Digital Arts
iPad Interactive ebook #thumbelina
The Very Cranky Bear - App Promo
Bear App, Kids Thinking, Kids Videos, Kidstylefile Video Collections, App Babyology, Kidstylefile Loves, Ipad App
a lovely book to get kids thinking about characters and perspective-taking
KidStyleFile Loves Books: Wriggle, Giggle & Roar With The Very Cranky Bear
The Very Cranky Bear gets cranky with an iPad app - Babyology
Young Cú Chulainn by ~MayYeo on Deviantart.
Irish Myths, Irish Mythological, Celticnativam Mytho, Deviantart Cú, Irish Mythology, Myth Slaying, Digital Portrait, Celtic Mythology
Cú Chulainn The legend of Cúchulainn is one of the greatest in Irish mythology. He is noted in Irish mythical sagas for his superhuman strength and amazing deeds on the battlefield. His story was originally passed down by word of mouth, until it was written down more than 800 years ago in the Táin Bó Cúailnge. The story is so powerful that it is still taught in schools and written about today.
Young Cu Chulainn by MayYeo.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Cú Chulainn was a hero from Celtic (particularly Irish, Scottish, and Welsh) mythology. The scene shown here was from when he was just a youth, where he slayed a large hound belonging to the smith Culann when it attacked him. This, according to the legend, is also the origin for his name.
Young Cú Chulainn by ~MayYeo on Deviantart This is young Cú Chulainn slaying Culainn’s dog (hence his name). Cú Chulainn is an Irish mythological hero who appears in the stories of the Ulster Cycle, as well as in Scottish and Manx folklore.
Cú Chulainn is an Irish mythological hero who appears in the stories of the Ulster Cycle, as well as in Scottish and Manx folklore.
Cu Chulainn was born Setanta...he was a very good hurler and one day his stone killer Cullain's dog. He was so sorry and distraught over it he "became" the dog...hence the name.... Young Cú Chulainn by ~MayYeo on Deviantart This is young Cú Chulainn slaying Culainn’s dog (hence his name). Cú Chulainn is an Irish mythological hero who appears in the stories of the Ulster Cycle, as well as in Scottish and Manx folklore.
waywardchangeling: When Sétanta arrives at Culann’s house, the enormous hound attacks him, but he kills it in self-defence, in one version by smashing it against a standing stone, in another by driving a sliotar down its throat with his hurley. Culann is devastated by the loss of his hound, so Sétanta promises he will rear him a replacement, and until it is old enough to do the job, he himself will guard Culann’s house. The druid Cathbad announces that his name henceforth will be Cú Chulainn –
Cu Chulainn, a hero of Irish myth, slaying the Hound of Ulster.
Cuhulain or the hound of Cullen from Irish myth.
Digital Portraits by Mayrhosby Yeoshen | Cuded
The Dolmen by ~PastyGuy on deviantART