In any case, I don't know much about Orcs, or Dwarfs, or Elves, or Wizards, but I know my Western History. Its pretty much the thing I care most about.
I love american history and american military history. I'm 45 old and and I grew up watching Duke's movies. when I go to Normandy always I stay some hours in Colleville memorial. Becuase, excuse me for my idea, I think that this is not only your story but our story.
I like above all western story ( and WWII ) so ... a perfect gift, your minis, for me. Thanks.
1- You can finish outlaws and bandidos ( and other western minis ). If you like.
2- Start to sell your sets ( It is not a professional job for earn but it's definitely a personal satisfaction )
3- Draw for me U.S. cavalry ... and some indians ... ( western history is very big )
PS: your "Roy Cobb" is a perfect Kevin Costner in Open Range.
Post by cowboyleland on Dec 31, 2011 5:40:13 GMT -9
You certainly know your stuff and I'm sure the eyes benefitted from the touch original artists hand. I suppose if you plan on going commercial time is money, but if this is a hobby then the process is at least part of the goal.
On the other hand, maybe it's the herd that is crazy.
All the dropboxes came up 404 - horrors! such excellent artwork lost to an electronic netherworld! Can it be found and posted again, or is it doomed to be lost forever, like the secrets of Atlantis and Mu?
Face piles of trials with smiles, it riles them to believe that you perceive the webs they weave.
Post by Vermin King on Jan 1, 2018 11:44:19 GMT -9
Some can still be picked up from his blogs
Just not much
BTW ... he had an excellent concept for his Wild West RPG. Set in the general vicinity of the Lincoln County Wars. Dealing with the Native Indians, the displaced Mexicans that moved there from the north to be in Mexico again, only to find the border moved south again, dealing with pioneers, ranchers and those trying to get the railroad to run through their town. Even dealt with Deseret, the Mormon nation not recognized by anyone but the Mormons. The players picked up a copy of the local paper to learn of their new adventure.
The word that comes to mind is 'elegant'. Outstanding combination of events and location to develop a game that could go on and on and on
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