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Started by Jared A. Sorensen, December 02, 2002, 11:00:57 AM
Quote from: Jared A. SorensenI'm going to try my hand at DIY bookbinding, folks. If all goes well, InSpectres will be the first MMT game to see print (it'll be the easiest one to do). Right now, the price will be $20, with a discount for current owners of the InSpectres PDF.I'm gonna try and make it look like a corporate handbook or something.
Quote from: Matt SnyderFar out. I'd love to hear how/what you plan on doing in this vein, Jared. Are you talking various forms, like Dust Devils and octaNe (Kinko's specials, basically)? Or are you talking more honest-to-god book binding -- perfect bound, etc.?
Quote from: Jared A. SorensenJesus H. Christ. There goes that idea.
Quote from: Jared A. SorensenI plan on pow-wowing with some indie book publishing folks in the near future and bypass all this RPG book publishing shit. 'Cuz I really don't see the point anymore.
Quote from: silkwormQuote from: Jared A. SorensenI plan on pow-wowing with some indie book publishing folks in the near future and bypass all this RPG book publishing shit. 'Cuz I really don't see the point anymore.Jared, could you elaborate on this statement? Do you mean that you don't see the point in publishing RPGs in book format? Or do you mean that you don't see a distinction between "publishing a book" and "publishing an RPG book?" Just curious...
Quote from: Jared A. SorensenI went to a craft store (Michaels) and a bookstore (B&N) -- Michaels had SHIT for books about making books (well, scrapbooking aplenty...but that's not what I needed). Plus, the staff was...Well, you know. "Not helpful" would be a nice way of saying it.B&N had five books about bookmaking but they were either cutesy-cute homey crafty projects or ridiculous "spend four months to create a unique work of art" projects. I declined to purchase any of them.