I'm doing the graphic design and layout, and is producing some brilliant and beautiful illustrations. Even if you don't care that Paul is one of the most innovative and important game designers in the history of roleplaying games, you could buy it for the typography (and the art, I guess).
While looking for a way to get circle tangents in Adobe Illustrator without the sloppy guess work or math, I came across this awesome company that makes super useful AI plugins. The particular plugin I needed (SubScribe) is FREE. Free. As in the first hit.
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1) I really despise when stuff like this is considered art. I have a healthy respect (and sometimes even admiration) for a lot of conceptual and performance art, but this is ridiculous.
2) There are hundreds of thousands of "artists" obsessively playing video games all over the world. Some of us have even been one.
Have any of you done this? [Even if you haven't] do you have any ideas?
On the messier side, one of her friends had a fingerprinting party (outdoors). She loved that too.
As a graphic designer, I'm very impressed with the look and layout of the book. It's clean and crisp, and everything lines up nicely.
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