- Blessed town
- Dark history
- Human sacrifices
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This weeks Meme This! comes from artist JE Shields, for his work on Tangent! Fiends at Ft. Worth. What would your characters say as they came across this scene?
My name is James E. Shields, but my business name is Jeshields. This is
supposed to a biography but I’m writing this… so, you get me. Continue reading Meme This! JE Shields
Facebook brought author Patrick Dubuc to D3 Adventures, Inc. Once in awhile one of our line developers will go hunting for talent across the internet, so keep your eyes open!
Shadow Over Drake City is part of the Tangent! line. Here is what Patrick had to say.
I had been trying to get published for a while, and was unfortunate enough to always get to work on stuff that never made it to publication. Basically I was ready for anything as long as I had the chance to get my name on the cover of some book one day!
My current writing goal is to get recognition in the business like “Oh look! The latest by Dubuc! I have to get my hand on that one!
I have been game mastering ON and OFF for the last 24 years and had the chance to introduce RPG to many young people. I was also involved a lot in LARPing over the years. I firmly believe that both RPG and LARPing are great social experiences that bring people together.
As I see myself as a pool of primordial ooze of creativity and look forward to future opportunities.
[Patrick lives with his family in Quebec, Canada]
If you haven’t had a chance to check out Shadow Over Drake City, consider this your invitation.
I came to work for D3 Adventures by playing in a game that Joseph Davis was running at OwlCon in Houston, TX. I really enjoyed the game and spoke with Joe after. He told me that Jason Yarnell, the owner of D3 Adventures, was downstairs in the registration area. I found Jason and struck up a conversation with him. He was very easy to talk to. He gave me a business card and asked me to send him an idea. I sent him the proposal for my adventure for his Tangents!
line, which eventually became Fiends at Ft. Worth
, and he sent me back a contract.
Continue reading Highlight author: John Watson – Fiends of Ft Worth
What’s he thinking? We invite you to meme this image, artist David Mallon
Who is Dave Mallon Illustration? The classes of tinker, bard, and artisan might fit. Thank you Dave for sharing your talents!
Well, from his site… http://davemallon.net
Dave Mallon is a professional illustrator based in Syracuse, NY, specializing in weird fantasy and RPG-related material. He has produced work for Wayfinder Magazine, D3 Adventures, Iron Hills Games, and LRS Records, among others, as well as rock bands Caught Up In a Dream, Department, and Shore Acres Drive. Dave also worked as an assistant for two issues of comic book colorist J. Edwin Stevens’ run on the Magic: the Gathering comic. In addition to illustration, Dave has served as a staff editor for Wayfinder Magazine, as well as writing several role-playing game pieces for Rite Publishing. Some of his other pursuits and interests include tattoos and tattoo art, Japanese guitars, antique guns, classical antiquity, fixing things, and indie punk music.