The good times of GenCon2011 and one of the unintended but positive consequences. Also, a bit of old artwork.
For the first time in nearly a decade, I’m attending GenCon Indy. For the previous two decades, I hardly ever missed one. I am really “GenCon!”
As I continue updating the website, there is now a fairly complete list of the 187 cards I created for something like 18 different games or card sets — collectible card games, promotional cards, and even a very old Tarot card.
Galleries have been updated and expanded with new images!
The other day I was spinning my wheels while trying to settle into doing some artwork. As one does when futilely wheel-spinning, I posted my “Pictures in My Mind”
I swore I wasn’t going to post my credits page, or link it, until it was as complete as I could make it. However, there “What did you say you do?”
I thought you’d appreciate a look at some of the work on my art table recently.
April is a zombie. It ate my brain. Last thing I remember, it was still March.
The original pen-and-ink cover of City of Terrors was many things: a vigorous collaboration between Rob Carver and myself; a worthy wrap to Michael Stackpole’s well-written solitaire adventure for Tunnels & Trolls; and a quiet paen of delight and respect accorded to Roger Zelazny’s Nine Princes in Amber.
Wherein I talk about whether I accomplished what I set out to do last month.