Yesterday I've created character sheet for my Ortix / Underworld Kingdom campaign (Bandits & Basilisks ruleset + third LBB i suppose). First I tried to do it by fully "analog" pen and paper :D) method, but as soon as I started I've discovered that my new set of gel pens are totally crappy, so I was forced to complete my work in Photoshop. Effect is "As Ugly As Sin", but I'm rather satisfied by it :D
I know what you mean about the analogue route and pens. I wouldn't blame my tools, but there's something amiss along the line at which some of my tools and I meet..!ReplyDelete
I like the sheet as well. The outlining looks rough and ready, suggesting a tablet of hewn stone and that fits the underground theme. The font is a good contrast, hinting at a more advanced culture or higher technology.
I chose this font because in my opinion it has a specific, Lovecraftian vibe :DReplyDelete
Looks good to me. Black & blue... rough & ready.ReplyDelete
I wonder if I asked my players to hand-draw their D&D sheets and told them they could have any unique, new capability they added a box (or hexagon) for... what would each of them add?
I'd add "Inveigle".
Or just give myself a rating for Lightning Bolt.