So recently a friend asked me to show him some of my art. It’s been some time since I had brought it out to even look at it, and I spent half the night searching through old back up folders and external hard drives searching for it… That’s sort of when I landed on this idea.
As many of you know, I am a long time artist who’s been out of practice for many many years. In order to get back on the old horse, brush up on my skills and do something I’ve always loved, I decided to buy a digital art tablet and start playing around with the old skills again. So I bought […]
Golems Gate Gaming and Geekdom: So I both play and run several games at a local gamer shop out here in southwest Houston area. It’s called Golems Gate Gaming and Geekdom in Stafford TX. Anyway, recently conversation arose with one of my regular game night about the Kender race in D&D. This conversation seemed to be dragging some of the […]
RPG Improv Skillz So, how can we teach folks to improvise as gamers? Well, the problem becomes that improv skills are sort of fake if we’re told what to do and say. Its a very “which came first the chicken or the egg” sort of conundrum isn’t it? So here, we’ll try to break it down … Improvisation: To compose, perform, or […]
This was a random encounter Copper Jackals “play test” game put together by Tim & James Kearney of Tabletop Terrors for their home brew realm of Dragongrin. Tim was the DM and he had the complete discography of the band Metalica in a Spotify playlist that he set to shuffle or random. He’d roll a arbitrary encounter and then hit […]
OwlCon is an annual gaming convention hosted by FastWarp, the student gaming club, at Rice University, Houston, Texas, dating back to 1980. They feature role playing games (both tabletop and live action), miniatures games and events, board games, card games, exhibitors and more. Gaming events include feature tournaments, celebrity GMs, and hordes of official demo folks for various game systems. […]