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March 22 - Illustrated Bestiary Draft Download!


Hey gang,

Images are finally wrapped up for ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG! While Milena and Dejan continue working on perfecting layout, I wanted to share the second draft of our fully illustrated Bestiary - all 157 pages of it! Although we are still working on optimizing composition, arranging borders, font changes and image facing, this should give you a good look at what we're trying to achieve... 'old school feel, new school appeal'.

Note that this is a low resolution version and that the headers/borders will be changing in the final version. Let us know what you think:


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    1. Necrozius on March 26, 2017

      A very nice collection of creatures and foes. Very densely packed and varied. This is great. I love the artwork too.

      I love the style of the borders, but I hope that their size/width hasn't been the reason why the body text contact feels a little crowded.

    2. ThimGrim on March 22, 2017

      I must agree about this border. Not that it's important for me, but it's just too heavy. Wfrp 1 (at least Polish edition) had only simple border (straight black line, I think), and wfrp 2nd had some pattern with different elements (like here) but not so wide. So if it is possible, I would narrow it down, make it simple (elements + simple line/curve), or even delete black background and leave just elements like skulls, helmet etc. (but smaller).

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      Derik Badman on March 22, 2017

      Those borders are a poor design choice. I don't mean the design of the border, I mean their very existence. So unnecessary, they just make the page feel extra crowded, and they don't add any appreciable aesthetic value. It's not like people will page through the book and go "ooo, look at those nice border".