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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Hump-day Hildebrandt - A Christmas Carol

Happy Holidays!  Hanukah starts today, Krampus Night and St. Nick's have already past.  The Solstice/Yule, Christmas, and the Twelve Days are on the way.  Good times.  At present, I am deep into writing the first piece of the "Goldenrod Conventions" for the Swords & Wizardry SRD!  Many thanks to +John Reyst for giving me a shot here.  Additionally, the S&W Compatible Logo is still underway.  I will make a grand announcement upon it's completion.  Until then, Scrooge:

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Hump-day Hildebrandt and An Update

Good evening.  I apologize for my lack of posting in the past week.  Last week I was a bit ill, and things kicked up a bit at work.  That did not bode well for me.  As an update, the Swords & Wizardry Compatible creative commons logo is currently being worked on.   With the holidays upon us and writing needing to be done for the first Goldenrod booklets, I will likely not be posting very often in the next couple weeks.  Couple that with the fact that I have a child with a birthday just days before Christmas.  It's going to be a busy month.  Anyhoo... with winter upon us, I give you Hoth.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Swords & Wizardry Logo Design Contest Winners

So, I've had plenty of time to go over things, and it's time to announce the winners of the Swords & Wizardry Compatible Logo Design Contest.  As I had said before, I had some ideas of my own that we were tinkering with.  We've looked at a couple of the ideas presented to us, and I've mashed up my idea with the 1st place idea!  I think you'll like it, once we get a final version up.  After we have it completed, I will unveil it here.
1st place goes to Ken Johnson.  Ken, you have an email asking for your address so I can get your prizes out.
2nd place goes to +Erik Tenkar.  I actually had a very  similar idea to the one you submitted.  So, care to share what it feels like to be on the receiving end of one of these  contests?
3rd place goes to +James Spahn.  I really love the idea behind this submission.  I just don't think that it will work as a logo, as the logo will end up being too small to read in this format, on some works.
Curious as to what the submissions were?  I'll reveal that when the logo itself is revealed in the coming weeks.