Thursday, December 8, 2011

Weird Adventures Update

The Weird Adventures project is coming to a close.  The layout has been completed, and I'm in my last round of checking it over before unleasing it on the public.  It's coming in at 162 pages--slightly longer than my last prediction.

I'm out of town at a conference, but I thought the audience that's been awaiting this for some long with enjoye seeing another couple of sample pages.

Here's one from the section on the City:


And here's a page from the monster section:

20 comments:

Logan said...

Yeah! Looks good! Wanna have one copy! :D

scottsz said...

Those pages look fantastic. Nice work!

Johnathan Bingham said...

Awesome! I'm very excited for this!

Pat said...

Sweet, looking forward to it!

The Angry Lurker said...

Highly polished prose...very nice work.

The Happy Whisk said...

So happy for you. Go you. Rah.

satyre said...

As I said, strongly anticipated! :)

Looks excellent.

ckutalik said...

I hate to just echo the others, but I am just going to echo the others.

Congratulations, these kinds of hobbyist projects can be a slog, but it's looking like it's well worth the effort (at least from my end).

Aos said...

Wow an EC Segar goon! I'm looking forward to this game. I'll probably buy a couple copies even I have a friend who this would be perfect for. I'm slogging through mine right now as well, but I'm no where near as close to being done. Awesome work.

Pierce said...

Snazzy.

Booberry said...

Gimme.

Lee Reynoldson said...

Nice one, Trey.

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Needles said...

I'm all excited to see this! So looking forward to seeing this Trey! Awesome stuff man

Porky said...

I can't add much to all of that, but I will say I think the release will be a landmark event and that the material will be out there a long time, hopefully to be followed by much more.

Trey said...

Thanks to everybody for their patient and continued interest.

CKutalik - I think it's worth it--though I might have never started if I'd known how hard it was going to be!

@Aos - Yep. Ably rendered by Johnanthan Bingham. Keep up the work on your project. I look foward to seeing it.

Poetry of the Day said...

this looks tight

Tim Shorts said...

I was just catching up on some blogs and saw this Trey. Fantastic. If you get it out before the end of the year it can be the thing that puts me over my $1000 mark. Hehe. Congrats. Looks as good as I've been anticipating.

Justin S. Davis said...

Can't wait to give you moolah!

Brandon said...

Can't wait man!

Risus Monkey said...

I'm insanely excited. Congratulations on almost reaching the finish line!