I'm going to use this thread to highlight collaborative paper miniature works I've been fortunate to have been a part of.
It's a work in progress, so please be patient if I don't have something we've done together displayed here right away. Off the top of my head, I have models with done with Paladin and Okum that I need to rescale and rehost before I can add them to this thread in thumbnail format.
Last Edit: Nov 22, 2011 22:10:33 GMT -9 by Adam Souza
Cool idea going on here, Adam. What about my Robot-interpretation of WWWeird-Hoard? Should I finish the second file (the "raw data") - or do you want to cut away the black background by yourself? Sorry, if I sound like delegating boring, but necessary work ... ;D . What do you think?
Adam, thanks again for wanting the 'finishing' part of my work/duty! But you also have very specific ideas about mounting the minis, so ... thanks for doing this! ;D
Kiladecus is right: AWESOME! I am thinking for some time now about gamecard tools for roleplaying purposes. Wide and open field ... card-driven roleplaying to get rid of some nasty data tracking stuff ... .
Beware the spelling devil: "Necromancer". Holy Crap - 60.000 GP.
Post by Adam Souza on Nov 22, 2011 22:09:39 GMT -9
I feel creative mostly during the hours I should be sleeping, so spelling errors have been known to slip past...
I'll start a separate thread for the cards. They are great to give the players something to visualize and keep me from having to dig back into the rule books every time I need some information. They are a definite step up from hand written index cards.
I played MTG back during the first year of it's release and then sold all my cards to buy the Star Wars CCG. I enjoyed the game play, but not the collectable aspect.
Back when I did my first RPG games, I did cards for my players. I had cards for all of the equipment and items. I loved the fact that you would say, this is what you found, and gave the player a stack of cards.
That way he could keep the items secret, or not. When they "sold" an item or "bought" one, I would take it, and the player would make the changes on their sheet. BOY, I wish I would have had Dave Graffam's money sets back then!
It was a good concept, and I had sheets of common items, uncommon and rare. For the unique items, I would just handwrite the stuff on a blank card.
I had a slot for the name, description, a pictue, and even the cost according to the condition of it.
I could do a LOT with my Commodore 64! I used to have the files saved from one computer to another... I wonder if I can find them again.
The bad part of it is my artwork still looks the same.
Game Designer, BETA Tester, Model Designer, Figure Designer... HEY! It's what I do...
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