Saturday, June 11, 2011

Fat Frog Challenge - Done


Just a quick post to let people know they can stop sending me submissions (though feel free to post your own froggy creations to the internet). I will be reviewing all entries at my first free moment (hopefully this morning). Thanks to everyone that stepped up and took a swing at my (admittedly slow) pitch.

: )

8 comments:

  1. I had a blast. An obsessive, vaguely disturbing blast. The end result is something that feels like one of my short D&D campaigns - just normally I don't bother to actually write it all out. I can't believe I managed to hammer it all out in a couple of days.

    ReplyDelete
  2. How many entries did you end up with?

    ReplyDelete
  3. @ Dyson: Well, I'LL be the judge of the quality, sir...
    ; )

    In all seriousness, I'm glad you got yours in...can't wait to see the maps!

    @ David: About a baker's dozen.

    @ Whisk: You're so supportive! Is it YOUR statue that we're riffing off? Or did Tim acquire this fat masterpiece? Regardless, it was nice of Mr. Shorts to give us all something to dig on for the last ten days!
    : )

    ReplyDelete
  4. Sorry about all the typos in mine, and it's monstrous length. It got hammered out during one long bout of insomnia.

    You can pull a better proofread version of the the PDF off of my blog if you like.

    What do you guys use to make your PDF's? I'm kind of new to all this.

    ReplyDelete
  5. @Quibish - I scan and modify my graphics using the Gimp, and I do my layout and PDF export using an old edition of Adobe InDesign.

    ReplyDelete
  6. JB > Seems like you hit on something with the frog challenge, all I was doing was showing my deck.

    ReplyDelete
  7. @Quibish ~ I use word 2010.

    @Tim ~ See what happens when you show off your deck?

    ReplyDelete