Graphic Design Progress and More!
Hey Kickstarter Backers!
There has been a lot going on with Keeping the Ball Alive in the last month!
First we are hiring an intern to help us do some Photoshop work to help speed up the process.
We now have a layout with all chapters and games, and we are tweaking the flow of the graphic design. There is still a lot of work to do but we feel good about the progress that has been made.
We have images of every machine Stern has made, but we would still like a few more so we scheduled one last shoot at the end of this month to better document a few of the older games.
We should have all content done by end of the month, and along the way our graphic designer Zach is going to be working on layouts.
We have been in communication with Greg at Stern about their CD archives, and they have taken on an intern to help them digitize the older artwork just for this project! Greg is providing us a list of what they have available and to help identify how far back they have high resolution digital game assets.
In addition, George has been collecting more of his personal sketches, physical molds, toys, etc for us.
This process is taking longer than we expected, as it has been at every stage, but the content we are putting together is first rate!
In my opinion there has never been a pinball book like this before
Thank you all for your patience I know it is difficult, but good things are happening!
With gratitude, Joe and Dameon, the Paperflock Team