Hidden Picture Puzzles Archive
This is the place for Hidden Picture Puzzles of the past to lurk. These puzzles are available in other places around the site, but this makes them easy to find. I’m going to transfer them over here from now on.
July 25, 2010
I’m back from vacation. I had a great time and managed to complete a bunch of new drawings.
These types of Hidden Picture Puzzles, where a bunch of little figures make up a larger figure, are fun to do. There’s always an element of mystery involved.
I have no idea what the finished product will look like, there’s just no way to predict. It takes on a personality of its own. Not to mention how much room there is to screw-up.
Remember, I draw directly with a pen. I never use a pencil, so every detail contains the potential for disaster.
Your Past Deeds Are Watching You, By Will Jacques:
These Cartoons can be found in Gallery 8:
© Will Jacques 2010
August 6, 2010
Of all the figures from ancient mythology, Pan is my favorite. He’s not always nice. As a matter of fact he can be quite terrifying, but he’s us. Pan doesn’t put on airs. He’s a creature of this Earth, the protector of the animals and the Lord of Forest and Field.
Many faces has he and tremendous are his appetites. There are four faces in this puzzle, Pan the Man, Pan the Beast, Pan of the Field, and Pan of the Trees. Lord Cernunnos watch over us. You, who are the most ancient of Gods.
August 24, 2010
The modern attention span needs work. If it doesn’t come in three-second bytes, then we loose all ability to focus. That isn’t the case here. We’ve got lots of things to keep us busy.
September 2, 2010
We all know the world of secret spies is an exciting one. Who would have guessed that it’s also full of insect pests. Yes, I know, glamour and excitement leave little room for mudane chores like picking up your trash and taking out the garbage. Still, you would thik international men of Intrigue would be a little neater!
22 International Men Of Mystery, By Will Jacques:
September 13, 2010
Ever have birds get in your house? It’s not the pleasant experience you might imagine. They fly all over the place and can actually hurt something, especially themselves. It’s a mess to get them out, but not with these guys. All you have to do is find them.
15 House Birds:
September 20, 2010
Sing along if you want to. Sure and it’s open to all faiths, no matter how weird. Don’t forget the owls either. They are wise birds and usually don’t go in for frivolous entertainment…
13 Owls, By Will Jacques:
September 27, 2010
Everyone is a little scared of snakes. I don’t care who you are. Those slithering, little legless-wonders keep us all on our toes. I live in the land of poisonous snakes and have more than my share of close encounter stories. Just watch where you step. That’s all I have to say.
16 Snakes, By Will Jacques:
October 4, 2010
I tried, I really did. My intention was to draw a “Normal” landscape, with nothing weird going on at all.
I almost made it.
There are three “weird” things going on in the picture below. See if you can tell what they are.
The Lights Of The City, By Will Jacques:
October 26, 2010
Halloween is coming, so I thought I would put up one of my most popular hidden picture puzzles. It involves werewolves, so watch out. You’ll notice one of them is carrying a pair of flowers.
How nice! Then, as he’s ripping your lungs out, you can enjoy a fresh scent.
Seven Suburban Werewolves, By Will Jacques:
November 4, 2010
I read a cool book about alien abductions. One of the stories involved a “man” named Lomunk who talked to the hero through his TV set. I did a hidden picture puzzle in his honor. It’s weird, I know, but it’s still cool.
Nine Lomunk Responders, By Will Jacques:
December 1, 2010
Some contests just aren’t fair. Take this one for instance. The poor plant men don’t have a chance. There are plenty of plants here, two Plant Men, and the Death Bunny. Have a verdant hunt.
Plant Man Meets The Death Bunny, By Will Jacques:
December 14, 2010
Here we go with technology again. Our friend doesn’t seem to think much of it. That’s OK, I don’t either. I’m way more comfortable with the technology from 1976. They even had cable TV, and Technique turn-tables. Anyone remember those?
Find the two men. There’s a pig in there somewhere. See if you can find him also.
Riding The Technology Rocket, By Will Jacques:
© Will Jacques 2010