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Matt Snyder
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« Reply #30 on: September 11, 2002, 03:38:41 PM »

Charnel Gods is indeed coming. Here's some (meager) proof.

Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!

More to come ... soon.
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urbwar
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« Reply #31 on: September 11, 2002, 04:09:17 PM »

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Charnel Gods is indeed coming. Here's some (meager) proof.

Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!

More to come ... soon.


I love that logo!
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hardcoremoose
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« Reply #32 on: September 11, 2002, 09:37:07 PM »

urbwar (and everyone),

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With the reasonable pricing for the mini-supplements, how do you afford such kick ass art work? I mean the two sample pieces are great, and some of the stuff on these pages are top notch!


Heh.  Well, that's the question, isn't it?  

One thing I learned was that artwork can be gotten at reasonable rates.  I won't discuss specific financial arrangements, but suffice to say I'm not a rich man, nor did I spend a mint to produce this game.  I may have spent more than was reasonable for this kind of product - it will take Charnel Gods quite some time to recoup its investment - but I had decided early on that a profit margin was far less important to me than having a killer product out there for people to see and play.  

And I'm a sucker for good artwork.  Originally it was just Jeremy, but then Jeremy brought D. Penney to my attention, and I couldn't not have him working on the game.  Much later, after the other artists had finished their work, Jared Sorensen showed me http://www.davidhendee.com/display.html?9">this pic, and I just had to have it.  So I got in touch with Dave Hendee, and he really wanted to do some original stuff for it; he ended up doing a couple original pieces and leasing me a couple existing pics.

But that aint the half of it.  I just got a look at some sample pages for the game, and they look awesome.

Soon...

- Scott
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urbwar
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« Reply #33 on: September 12, 2002, 07:49:39 PM »

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One thing I learned was that artwork can be gotten at reasonable rates.  I won't discuss specific financial arrangements, but suffice to say I'm not a rich man, nor did I spend a mint to produce this game.  I may have spent more than was reasonable for this kind of product - it will take Charnel Gods quite some time to recoup its investment - but I had decided early on that a profit margin was far less important to me than having a killer product out there for people to see and play.  



Well, from the teasers you've posted, it sure looks like it will be a primo package. The setting sounds interesting, so I hope there will be good sales. Having just bought Sorcerer and Sorcerer & Sword, I will probably pick this up as well.

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And I'm a sucker for good artwork.  Originally it was just Jeremy, but then Jeremy brought D. Penney to my attention, and I couldn't not have him working on the game.  Much later, after the other artists had finished their work, Jared Sorensen showed me http://www.davidhendee.com/display.html?9">this pic, and I just had to have it.  So I got in touch with Dave Hendee, and he really wanted to do some original stuff for it; he ended up doing a couple original pieces and leasing me a couple existing pics.


That is an awesome picture! Reminds me of that Robert E Howard story of Niall (think that was his name) and the Worm...

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But that aint the half of it.  I just got a look at some sample pages for the game, and they look awesome.

Soon...

- Scott


Now that I have the game, I will await it's release with much anticipation...
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