January 8, 2010

Open Game Table Vol. 2 - CALL FOR ARTISTS

Are you an Illustrator? Graphic Designer? Are you a fan of roleplaying games? Do you read roleplaying game blogs? 

If you answered yes to any of those questions - then please read on.

Open Game Table Volume 2 is slated for a summer 2010 release - but the book would be incomplete without a showcase of ART from up and coming artists looking for a venue to show off their work.

Last year, Open Game Table Vol. 1, we were fortunate to get the participation of Crystal Frasier, Lee Barber, James Keegan, Hugo Solis, Matthew Lichtenwalner, Jennifer Weigel and Reis O'Brien. It was truely a great experience for everyone involved. Each artist picked out their favorite nominations, illustrated them and brought them to life. And in true blogging style - it was all a volunteer effort. You can check out some of the examples here and here and in the preview of OGT v1 on RPGNow.com here.

So, if you are an illustrator, graphics designer, art amateur, or cartographer who wants to support the second volume of Open Game Table - then by all means send me an email and let me know as soon as possible. I can be reached at jonathan DOT jacobs AT gmail DOT com - or you can use the Contact TCM link. Please send me your name, contact information, and a link an online gallery of your work. I'll get back to you as soon as possible -  I'm looking forward to hearing from you!


-- Jonathan

If you are not familiar with Open Game Table - then you can jump here to see how it all got started, and read through some of these posts on TCM to see how the project evolved. Currently, Open Game Table is exclusively distributed to retail stores by Studio 2 Publishing. It's available in print via Amazon, Lulu and direct from Studio 2 and retails for $22.95. A digital version of Open Game Table is also available as a PDF for $9.95 from RPGNow, Lulu, and Studio 2. Please support the Open Game Table project and pick up your copy today!

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