Sunday, April 12, 2009

Another Pocketful of Whimsy

Happy Easter, everyone! For the lazy Sunday afternoon after the big meal, a few links to enjoy:
  • Propnomicon: A talented prop maker documents his efforts in creating props for the Call of Cthulhu RPG and offers tips and resources on making your own.
  • GI Intelligence Dept.: A site dedicated to WII re-enactors. But the link takes you to a page of pdfs you can download that replicate military paperwork of the era. Very handy to have around if you anticipate ever running a game set in the late '30 through mid-40s.
  • Crazy Diamond Design Historical Fonts: If you're looking for medieval fonts to pep up your maps and player handouts, look no further than Crazy Diamond. They have some of the best historical fonts around. I used the 17th Century Print font to create the Tales of the Ink Knight masthead.
  • Lost Films: Photographs developed from film recovered from lost cameras going back decades. A fascinating look back into people's private pasts.
  • Brass Goggles: If you like steampunk, this is your blog.
  • Coraline Production Art: If you're a big fan of whimsical design, this blog delivers. Presents art from the film Coraline by one of its designers.

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