Love DLJ - he did yeoman's work for me on the Monster Tome.
Nice art. Strange Stars is looking better all the time.
Trey --Just a quick note to let you know that your work on Strange Stars and, previously, Weird Adventures is and has been an inspiration to watch unfold! So many RPGers have their custom worlds and settings collected in notebooks or in stacks of scrap paper, never to see completion or full realization, though they might get an occasional mini-campaign out of their concepts. Often, brilliant ideas languish in their imaginations, trapped in that part of the brain labeled "Some Day". You, sir, have somehow made "some day" every day. I think a lot of people would benefit from a creative tutorial from you, but one that is less about making the content and more about finding the motivation it takes to keep on going until it's done. You love your worlds and you have brought them to life! And I've enjoyed seeing it happen! When you're ready to teach such a course, I'm ready to sign up! Thanks for the inspiration!
@John - He does great work.@Jim - Thanks! It' starting to come together, at least visual-wise.@JF - Wow, thanks! I can that part of what keeps me going (and it isn't always easy--that's why there isn't a Weird Advenures Companion yet) is positive feedback like this from people that appreciate what I'm doing. I would also may I take inspiration from the likes of John Stater and Jim Garrison,above, and a whole host of prolific bloggers that inspire me and challenge me to keep going.
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