Here’s my blog, Red Berry Planet, that I update infrequently. I started it to participate in the Harry Clarke community project. Since then, it’s mostly small pieces of prep that I try to turn into something usable for others. I’ve experimented with expanding one post into a mini zine about toads, a fun exercise that I might repeat in the future. The gods of procrastination willing.
I’ve created a thread in here to promote my blog posts.
Right now i’m working on a series based on images of the real world and want a magical world would mean to these places, and the other way around…
Hey, all. I write under the name Lone Archivist and work on indie TTRPG content focusing on Sci-Fi and Outer Space as well as Graphic and Information Design. While not always traditional OSR material, much of it is inspired by the OSR and DIY RPG mindset.
My irregularly-kept blog is over at Another Hamster Board, where I mainly post small-to-wee treasure or equipment tables, material for my Black Hack-derived hacks, some variations on a wee system (?) of my own, and the occasional mostly-system-neutral magic item and Troika background.
Today I wrote a review of Microlite 20 fifth adamantine edition.
TLDR: love it !
For an upcoming OSR-styled Sci-Fi Horror game, I’ve created some art.And i wanted to share it with you all !
I love that chainsaw wielding freak! The art looks great, only critique being that some of the pieces look a bit too fuzzy if that makes sense.
Hi all! I moved to blogger because it looks more common around here and I made a blog post about a dynamic Reaction tracker that determines NPC’s ongoing attitude toward the party!
I might return to the topic of the civilization OSR game later, but I’ve gotten really invested in my demon collector game concept.
Here is my blog where I write about an upcoming OSR-style dungeon crawl called „Der Heilige von Bruckstadt“. You’ll get updates, art and storys from Bruckstadt every once in a while.
I does make sense and I can understand.
But it was my intention to make the background fuzzy, to let your imagination flare up !
After I published the Demon-styled artworks, I was contacted by a german RPG publisher asking for an interview to do cyberpunk artworks for one of their games.
I did the one with the agent on the street as a test run prior to the interview, to not come “empty handed” I’ll let you judge if that counts as “bearing gifts”
I have a blog called Tomb Of The Wandering Millennial that focuses on OSR stuff like Lamentations of the Flame Princess and other B/X style games. Check it out and let me know what you think!
I run the Red Dice Diaries Podcast with my wife Hannah where we generally chat about monsters, books and other topics that interest us in the world of RPGs:
And also the Red Dice Diaries Youtube channel containing instructional videos, reviews and a number of actual-play videos:
Song-glass, Popstone, Godrend, Shadowbrine
I’ve made an itch.io page! Right now, it only has my silly entry for Jared Sinclair’s #WSCAJam, “What’s So Funny-Looking About My Dog?” I’ll be publishing my big project Small Town Gothic here, with the player/referee gamesheet and the compendium (I would publish them separately, but I don’t know if that’s good practice).
I am new to tabletop. Began a blog to document my learning by solo play (Basic Fantasy RPG), art, and One Page Dungeons: https://perplexingruins.blogspot.com/. Always grateful for constructive feedback. Thanks!
didnt know itch io is allowed so here’s my page https://maxver.itch.io/ i still got community copies on everything so feel free to grab em! especially my take on arnesonian style fanatsy gaming found here https://maxver.itch.io/06-edition