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Coloring Book

So, I’ve been trying to think of something really good, but inexpensive that I could put together as an added incentive to be a part of our kickstarter, and in […]

So, I’ve been trying to think of something really good, but inexpensive that I could put together as an added incentive to be a part of our kickstarter, and in staying up all night making a new engraving – it came to me…

This coloring book.

When I was a kid, Advanced Dungeons and Dragon’s Monster manual, and their Dieties and Demigods, had some rather awesome illustrations in them: All black and white. I loved those illustrations, but I loved them even more when I caught a Glimpse of my friend Brian’s book… which he had taken colored pencils to for each and every illustration. I thought it pretty amazing how with some simple color over the black and white of the pages, those illustrations really came to life. They were simple to color, because the shading was already there – which made for a basic coloring level, with lots of room for improvisation, and advanced looking results.

I thought to myself this AM, “Hey… all these engravings I’ve been doing would be perfect for this”,and so I set to gathering up pages for a coloring book… and with all the engraving that I do, I have a *lot* of them.

Here are the images that will be in this coloring book… which will for the time being, only be available through our kickstarter for an $11 donation (which includes Shipping and Handling). The coloring book is 26 full pages, and ready to color.

You’ll notice that some of the images below are colored, because I copied really quick from my gallery. These images will be uncolored in the coloring book version.

You can get this coloring book by donating $11 through our Kickstarter. Like all donations, no credit cards are charged until the Kickstarter has ended (11 days from now) so if you are waiting till payday… please feel free to go ahead and pledge now.

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Airship Pirates

Cakebread & Walton: Purveyors of Fine Imaginings, creators of the acclaimed Clockwork & Chivalry roleplaying game, are now set to start working on their new game. Their new game, Airship […]

Cakebread & Walton: Purveyors of Fine Imaginings, creators of the acclaimed Clockwork & Chivalry roleplaying game, are now set to start working on their new game.

Their new game, Airship Pirates, which will feature much art from Myke Amend’s “Airships and Tentacles” series, is based on the band Abney Park‘s fictional back-story, and should be released in Summer of 2011. Details can be found on the subsite for the game, here, which includes two free desktop wallpapers made from Myke Amend’s painting “The Rescue” (featuring Abney Park’s Ophelia) and from his engraving “The Temple”.