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Drawing vrusk use to be the hardest of the core 4 aliens to draw

Trying to draw a vrusk use to give me fits. This one was done with charcoal and conte crayon.

 

Vrusk Tai Chi

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Spawn of Volturnus

Recently joined a PBP run through of the classic Volturnus Campaign. Thinking about the campaign while doing my daily drawing assignment lead to the following- a group picture of the sapient species of Volturnus.

Done in charcoal.

Spawn of Volturnus

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Sapience vs Sentience

 

or Intelligence for Civilization

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Dreams from Pain

Note: I recently enrolled again in college and the following post is from a writing exercise.

In high school my ambition was to be an editor or writer for Dragon magazine, the monthly periodical by the publishers of Dungeons and Dragons game to promote their products. However, life happened and that dream was not realized.

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Why we do a magazine instead of a web site for new material

Today I reviewed the Star Frontiersman #19 which had close to the last of the material I put together for that zine before leaving it to start the Frontier Explorer. It had a  bunch of materail I had painstakingly tracked down from lost internet sites where snapshots of those sites had  been preserved in the Waybackmachine internet archive. Many of these sites were from the late '90s and early 2000s but are now not on the internet. Its sad becasue they had great Star Frontiers content created by fans running those sites.

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Major Goals of module/ campaign writing

Major Goals for adventure/module/campaign writing.

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New Setting Material in Development

There has been some great development in the Star Frontiers setting concerning mega corp, the Frontier economy, and touching on matters involving space stations and star ships at the Star Frontiers community development site.

A hot new project has sprung up on the mega corps: http://www.starfrontiers.us/node/7216

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Print Version of Issue 2 Now Available

If you are someone who likes to have physical copies of the magazine, the print edition of isse 2 is now available.  We had hoped to have it available at the same time as the PDF version but keep running into delays in getting the print media ready to go.  But it is available now and looks great.  If you want to grab a copy, jump on over to the Issue 2 product page on DriveThruRPG to order one.

Keep exploring!

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RPG twist (fantasy?)

This is probably more a twist for a fantasy adventure but could work for science fiction. The party of player characters are searching for the Tomb of Dude Rex and think they find it but it turns out to be his cenotaph. A cenotaph is an empty grave created to memorialize the dead individual and his real tomb is elsewhere. In the Old Kingdom Egypt the first dynasty rulers had a tomb and a cenotaph both; one in Upper or southern Egypt and one in Lower or Northern Egypt.

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Print Version of Issue 1 Now Available

I'm pleased to announce that the print version of issue 1 of the Frontier Explorer is now available. As this was our first attempt at this, it took us a little longer than we would have liked to work through the process.  For future issues the print edition will be available closer to, if not at the same time as, the public release of the electronic version.  (Remeber that by registering here at the magazine's website, you will get a sneak peak preview a week or two in advance of the public release).

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