Found in the comments in a post by Chris Schwarz about Lost Art Press’ book By Hand & Eye, this is really great: Divide into equal parts. Very cool.
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Northeast Wars – day one
Can it really have been over a month since my last blog post? BW asks “What are you? Some sort of blog slacker?” I guess so…
NatureBoy and I attended our first day of Northeast Wars 2009 today, and had a really nice time. For the morning session, we split up. NB was very excited to play a round of HeroScape, which was a big hit last year. I played my first Prime Time Adventures, this one set in the Firefly/Serenity universe.
Beloved Wife came to collect us for a lunch break, then brought us back for an afternoon Wiz-War game with the the same gentleman who introduced us tot he game at Carnage in November and inspired us to create our own Wiz War set. We had a good time chatting about the process of building the set and I got some new energy to get working on our set again.
I worked had over the past couple weeks on the convention booklet, doing some cartography, simple artwork and the book layout. I am quite pleased with the result.
Here’s the cover of the con booklet (with artwork by Melissa Benson):
And here’s a map of the conference venue that I did:
We’ll be going back tomorrow for more fun.
Cool scifi art from Stephan Martiniere
Today I fired up an older computer, and I had set the desktop background to an image created by Stephan Martiniere called Angel City. KGS saw it over my shoulder and asked where I got it, and I couldn’t remember. But google and the filename led me to him.