[tutorial] Use GM Binder to Layout your creations

You’re writing an awesome rpg or homebrew ? You want to layout it nicely but have no clue how? I made a short tutorial on how to use GMBinder to create your own good looking booklets


Super cool. Thanks for the link and information

as a supplement to this short tutorial:

As an Indie writer, I’ve joined the nice people of ZIMO 22 (a zine writer collective which i’ve learned about here, through @SavageGiuseppe ) and agreed to present how to use gmbinder.com to layout RPG books (and zines).
The workshop will take place on their discord, but will also be broadcast on Plus One XP’s youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/PlusOneExp)

So if you want to learn the basics of layouting with this online tool, join us on the 18th of january 2022 at 21:00 utc+1 (Berlin time).
One week later (2022.01.25, same time), I’ll go into more details and how to use the tool for something else than D&D.

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Hey that’s great!
The zine community is truly amazing.

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Could you please make a separate thread for the event? So it can get the publicity it deserves.

Event threads can add location, date and time, to make It easier for everybody to find them.

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