Yes thats right, Gangland is now print ready! We just received our copies earlier today for publisher verification and its all good brothers. So we played like vandals hitting the mean streets.
After our first game we pulled out a giant map for an upcoming product. We made middle ages Gangland characters and used our Hardcore rules one and two for Armor & weapons and the starting character background generator.
Our Cartographer Angelo made a free running duelist, while Zack (Play tester) made a Ringleader hustler. Gangland is a modern mean streets game for D20 but with the smallest of tweaks and a big Grand Theft Esc middle ages city map, we converted it to a D&D type of game. Thats the fun with the OLG D20 system you can mix and match and find exactly what type of game you want to run.
So we hope you enjoy Gangland as much as we do. Were going to play some Modern and middle ages Gangland and relax today while we start on new endeavors tomorrow.
Oh yes, we are finished my friends. The PDF version is complete and the Print version is at the printers.
We are now able to put our time and blood in our other endeavors. Soon we will have posts on what is to come.
So if you love the mean streets and have
Way more pix to go but we are starting to see the light. Once our final edit is completed we will be shooting for a release date. In our off time we have been gaming with the Gangland Rules and it's been a riot. We have a Rookie Police game going along with a much more"Slumdog Millionaire" criminal one.
Here are some more ruffs for the book. Then Painted over digitally. Now remember this is just at the pulmonary stages so allot more will be put in and reworked.
Special thanks to www.Morguefile.com and www.imageafter.com for Digital stock for characters and backgrounds. These wonderful sites Help fill in the digital gap between my own photography. Allowing us a much bigger digital inventory to inspire cooler digital paintings.
Wow, I have never made so many digital pantings in one go. Normally I save this type of art for more one time needs. But illustrating a whole book this way is daunting (painting takes a wee bit longer than drawing it). So fare, we love the mood of the digital paintings. What Im showing you guys are ruffs and semi completed work. We want to save the best parts for the book. Were going over a more grittier look for the interior layout. Playing with comic book style formate and a grunge thing.
Right now we are so close to being completely finished with the written side of things. Just a few NPC's and one more big proof reading form our editor. So soon we may be listing our release dates for the Gangland Book.
Hard at work with the art for Gangland. Here is another pix and check out the new pix on our home page. I do not advacate violence but for a Mean streets themed bo
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