Labels: design, graphics
posted by John Harper at
Fantastic. Truly inspirational! I always end up using Excel and printing to PDF, myself.
So on the SotC one, what's the blank circle in the middle for?
On the custom sheets I made for our PCs, the center circle area is where the character photo goes.You can use it to draw your guy, or record your enemies list, or meditate on its perfect emptiness.
Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing these!
Love the new IAWA ones. Also, thanks for the links that will hopefully help me learn to play the game.
Wow, these are incredibly beautiful. The strength of design is astounding.
Sweet! Would you consider adapting the SotC sheet for Diaspora? It's got a seriously scientifictional look to it already.
Awesome!I made an amateurish modification of the SotC one (in spanish) to play with my Star Wars hack. My players enjoyed it a lot.
You need to post your SWN sheets here, too!
Are there rules for Dagon somewhere? Because that sheet is HOT!
Wow. Just....wow. These sheets are not only gorgeous, but manage to reflect their games most beautifully, while still paying proper respect to clean design and utility. Very nice!
Hi, John. Big fan from Spain here. I was looking for the Pocket Danger Patrol Character Sheet. Where I can download it? Thanks!
Hello! There's no sheet for Pocket Danger Patrol. We just use index cards. :) Maybe I'll make one.
It´ll be great. Your designs are awesome, man! :)
Thanks for the Stars without number sheets. I found them very useful.I created a sheet for AI characters as well (which come with the full rules). It's not as nice as your sheets, but functional enough:http://www.chaos8.com/downloads/AndroidSWN.pdf
Love the character sheets! What's the font you use in the Stars Without Number set? I was thinking of doing some additional resources for SWN, and I'm trying to make them match your look and feel. Looks similar to the Flywheel font, but a bit different.
The display font is Bronzo and the body is DIN.