Ten Links in the Chain: Kickstarter News (10-FEB-2013)

Though there have been many Kickstarter projects over the last couple of months, it seems I haven’t had a link roundup for some of the ones I’ve been following in a while. Let’s fix that, shall we?

Personally, I’m out of Kickstarter money for a while. Blew through my January and February budget (and then . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Kickstarter News (10-FEB-2013)

Ten Links in the Chain: Publisher News (28-DEC-2012)

Welcome to one of the final “Ten Links” posts for 2012. I hope to get at least one or two more of these done, but so far the holidays have proved very “family activity” rich. Not that I’m complaining, mind you.

I hope that everyone had a very Merry Christmas who celebrates such things and . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Publisher News (28-DEC-2012)

Artist Interview: David Szilagyi

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been entranced by great fantasy art. From the works of Boris Vallejo, Keith Parkinson, Frank Frazetta, and Larry Elmore to more recent artists doing work for roleplaying game companies and book covers – there’s something magical about creating new worlds with pencil, pen, and paintbrush. As such, . . . → Read More: Artist Interview: David Szilagyi

Book Review: Castle Keeper’s Guide by Davis Chenault and Stephen Chenault from Troll Lord Games

In 1982, I started playing AD&D 1st Edition with a group of friends in junior high school. We would play many weekends over the next few years leading up to high school. And somewhere in that first year, I was given a copy of TSR’s Player’s Handbook. Not long after that I was given the . . . → Read More: Book Review: Castle Keeper’s Guide by Davis Chenault and Stephen Chenault from Troll Lord Games

Interview: Tony Steele, Artist at Large

After my interview of Jason Banditt Adams, the Rogue Artist, I was contacted by a friend of Jason’s – Tony Steele – who was also interested in sharing a bit of his wisdom earned as an artist for comics and roleplaying games. What was I going to say? No? [smirk]

Honestly one of my goals . . . → Read More: Interview: Tony Steele, Artist at Large

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