As some of you may or may not know, I'm actively working on a somewhat large project: a post-apocalyptic RPG based on Pelgrane Press' Archmage Engine (which powers 13th Age) called "Atomic Age".
The book is going to be a fairly big one, a core manual comparable in size to the 13th Age corr rulebook, and there will be a significant demand for artists to fill the pages with art. I'm still planning, but there will come a time for me to start looking to commission lots of people, all of which will be ultimately funded by my first ever Kickstarter listing.
But before I do that, I need one thing: I need a logo. I'd like to start the social media
Today started off in an interesting way... especially when I learned that Darklight Interactive's "A Night in Seyvoth Manor" has been nominated in the "Best Free Product" category of the 2013 ENnie Awards!!!
That feat has actually been on my bucket list since I started doing this RPG stuff, and I'm really happy for the acknowledgement. Now let's see if I end up winning the thing or not... :)
For a while I've been debating whether to make myself available for hire to commission maps.
You see, I don't consider my maps all that special myself. I am not an "artist" in the same manner as many of the other people on this site; I can't draw freehand very well. Sure I can manipulate Campaign Cartographer 3's clip art and add some of the most basic effects (drop shadow, glow, feathered edge, etc...) to maps, but if you ask me to draw anything that I wouldn't be able to do with that skillset I'm at a loss. As I've said many a time before: I can't draw a circle freehand even at gunpoint.
For example, in a recent map I needed to make a sor
I am happy to announce that our latest Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition adventure, The Heart of Fire, is now available at Drive Thru RPG!
[ Direct link to Drive Thru RPG ]
I'd like to thank everyone that made it possible, including Sigbjørn Pedersen from DeviantArt who gave me permission to use his "Dragon Attack" image as the cover art.