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Author Topic: Complimentary aesthetics  (Read 211 times)

VengerSatanis

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Complimentary aesthetics
« on: November 13, 2020, 11:08:00 am »
Who do you think would work well with me?  Looking for someone to compliment my style, rather than clash with it. 

Kort'thalis Publishing is looking for a talented layout and dungeon map-maker (yep, lost more peeps).  Opening this question up to the community, what sort of vibe should I be going for?  Where should Kort'thalis Publishing go next in terms of aesthetics?

Also, if you know of anybody, feel free to let them (or me) know.  Thanks!

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Re: Complimentary aesthetics
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2020, 03:37:09 pm »
As far as aesthetics I like where Cha'alt is going and I think more science-fantasy, Heavy Metal magazine (and movie) is a great direction myself. More planets, weird magic, freaky aliens, that is an avenue few have trodden so far. Something Moebius/Syd Mead -esque would be amazing to see as a setting.

You are not getting my superb layout guy.  :P
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Re: Complimentary aesthetics
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2020, 04:42:04 pm »
As far as aesthetics I like where Cha'alt is going and I think more science-fantasy, Heavy Metal magazine (and movie) is a great direction myself. More planets, weird magic, freaky aliens, that is an avenue few have trodden so far. Something Moebius/Syd Mead -esque would be amazing to see as a setting.

You are not getting my superb layout guy.  :P

Thanks!  I agree, that's a strong direction and a natural fit for me.  Sorry I won't be getting your superb layout guy, though.  :(

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Re: Complimentary aesthetics
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2020, 07:29:51 pm »
Venger, hunt through Fiverr and Deviant Art. You don't need someone who's done RPGs, just someone talented and cheap (by US prices).

As for vibe, you have a signature style. Keep exploring what interests you and what excites you. Don't change to chase an audience. Just find more like-minded weirdos who like what you do.