Friday, June 13, 2014

Errantry


There was a merry passenger, a messenger a mariner:

Friday, June 6, 2014

Fafnir & Sigurd



Thinking about dragons yesterday, and so we revisit Fafnir, one of the oldest dragon stories around.

Monday, June 2, 2014

The Tripod Advances...

 
 
The Tripod, as well as other new stuff, available on my Society 6 store! And, hey! Get free shipping on your order when you use this link! http://society6.com/SteveZieser?promo=327df2


Sunday, May 25, 2014

Cafe Lad Hits Tumblr!

 
First Adventures of Cafe Lad starting on Tumblr now! Check it out!

Friday, May 23, 2014

Cafe Lad back on duty!


New Cafe Lad shirts and prints available now at Society 6! Shirts ordered by this Monday are $5 off and get shipped anywhere on Earth for free!  Keep an eye open for this little guy in the future!

Monday, May 19, 2014

Troll Season begins in July


It begins! In July, the first of the Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition physical products (Or D&D Next) start releasing, starting with a Starter Set.
 
And, of course, the interwebs are abuzz with comments how this new version will save/destroy the tabletop gaming industry. Ahh, fandom....
 
I, for one, am hopeful for this new ruleset. Having been in on the playtest, I liked a lot of what I saw in those rules. Definitely a de-emphasis on miniatures and more on exploration and roleplay. I noticed in the description for the starter set no mention of maps or counters being included, so it seems this has continued into the final product.
 
I am intrigued, however, by the titling of this line. "D&D" is the prominent title on the box/books, with the actual words "Dungeons & Dragons" in much smaller print farther down the cover image. I imagine some sort of market research is in play here, possibly with "D&D" generating more nostalgia than the full title. Anyone with real info willing to share?

Monday, May 5, 2014

Feeling Spacey...


After the weekend's art show, which was very well put together, I got a hankering to do some more space paintings. This is in kind of a middle state, so we'll see where this goes.