Monday, 31 May 2010

Prep work.

Too conspicuous?

New Game, New Rules

Having learned many lessons from the construction of Serious Business, the least of which being that my fingers are too thick for my scissors, I am anouncing my next game to all of the one person likely to read this.

It's called Elements and that's all I'll say for now.
Expect it to be MUCH more inclusive.

Sunday, 30 May 2010

Illustration Friday : Slither

Good lord, really?

unfortunately, yes. Why? Not sure.

It's anxietydown because apparently I wasn't allowed to add the G to the end.
I need a shorter name I suppose.

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Scale Issues

So the scale is now changed so Koma (that's his name) is now quite small. Either that or she's a friggin' giant.

Monday, 24 May 2010

Ludicrous Speed, Go!

It's finally done. SB Series 2, Warhammer themed.
Over in the Permalinks.
I think I'll stick to my own theme from now on.

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

The woman with no name

I don't often draw the ladies, as you've probably guessed by seeing my past work, but this one, I think you'll probably be seing more of. The key, is probably to not care too much about little details. Little life lesson there.


Farewell Dio, Rock in Peace.

Sunday, 16 May 2010

Serious Business - Instructions

After many Duckman and cola fueled hours I have finally finished the instruction book version 1.

If anyone reads it and still has questions then please do let me know and I'll try to improve the next version.

Available to download now in the permalinks on the right.

Monday, 10 May 2010

Serious Agenda

Serious Business is a game made by someone who loves card games (me) for people who love card games (me and maybe 2 other people reading this), and as such I have decided on a very focused distribution method, if that is I ever need one. You can buy an entire series in a box of one of each or a pre-constructed deck with many copies of the same cards potentially, and that's it. No more buying endless boosters trying to find chase cards, no need to try and get things on eBay or your auction house of choice. You want the ability to make absolutely any deck? Four copies of the complete series box and you're done. I think that makes much more sense, but then it truly is a game made to be played, not just bought.

Friday, 7 May 2010

Serious Money

So here's how it is right now. With the printing and postage and me not having a store for this sort of thing, a set of 50 cards will end up costing more or less £15 with postage. I'm not expecting to sell anything at that price, especially when there's no art on the cards, but the option is there at least.

Serious Business is really built around the credo "go fast, go fun or go home" and I think I've got that covered at least.

Thursday, 6 May 2010

Serious Result

So, I've just gotten back a sample set of cards from and they are better than I could have hoped for. So much so that I'm going to go ahead and say that if anyone wants some physical cards that they should go ahead and let me know because, dare I say it, they are available.

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Serious Help

It occured to me that there's no instruction book as yet, so until I pow one out I'm happy with here's links to some helpful posts.

Video tutorial

Text tutorial

Serious Business - Once Again

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Serious Business is not perfect all the time

It seems my links to the PDF of series 1 are sometimes not there at all.
If anyone can suggest a good file host I'll use that. If it doesn't work for you let me know and I'll email a copy to you.