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Huh. Interesting that this one doesn't have the blank side like the original. It's a shame for that one PFS scenario that uses both sides, but otherwise this is probably better.
That is true... I think between Flip-Mat: Basic, Bigger Basic, and the Terrain Multi-Pack, there are plenty of blank Flip-Mats available for use for that scenario. Maybe those villagers finally scrounged up enough money to put roofs on their homes... :D
Alexander Augunas wrote:
From a 3PP perspective, how does your promotion affect 3PPs, since you [Liz] were basically the Improved Familiar to our wizard.
I will continue to be the point of contact for third-party publishers, as we feel that they are a very big part of our community, as well as a contributor to the success of Pathfinder as a whole.
Insain Dragoon wrote:
No visible difference as much (not yet, at any rate). My goal is to be able to answer and direct questions as appropriate through our various social media outlets, as well as keep on top of our community's big concerns and make sure that they get addressed by whomever is most appropriate.
Hopefully she and her minion(?) Chris will be cooking up community wonderfulness for some time to come!
It's actually the other way around—Chris will be doing a bunch of the logistical side of things, while I get to be figuring out new, creative, and exciting ways to get the community involved and excited for both the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and the world of Golarion (not to mention many other things for Paizo).
We are, of course, always listening to suggestions, and if you don't want to post them on the messageboards, you can contact us at email@example.com. :)
James Jacobs wrote:
You're an inspiration in a lot of ways, James, and not just for your GMing and storytelling skills! :D
Here's the minimum guidelines for illustration work from the Graphic Artist's Guild Handbook of Pricing and Ethical Guidelines:
It goes without saying that most third-party RPG publishers cannot afford these rates (and I know I personally charge more for complex scenes). However, my piece of advice to publishers is to offer something. Anything. Even $10 bucks. Just not for free, and don't use the "exposure" or "portfolio building" line. Just...don't. It makes Baby Shelyn cry. (There is a time and a place for free work, but most of the time, it is not.) Be up front about what your rates are, and you'll save yourself a lot of unnecessary drama.
Another point to consider is: are you asking the artist to sign over all rights to the piece, or is it for that publication only? If it's the former, pay more (a lot more).
Mrs. Courts has not responded but I think I might Digitise the Paizo Golem with Warhammer just because of this thread. It will be after I digitize Sophie though. I might add a Bedazzled hammer with Scented Candle. From a Distance, the Golem looks like a nice blue ribbon.
Heh. I had many plates spinning today—have no fear, I will respond to your email soon!(Also, it's Ms... Probably too old for a "Miss." >.> )
I view accountomancers as a very strong lawful neutral.
I want to clarify that I do want some weird stuff in Arcadia. I just think that creating faithful analogs to Native American cultures should be priority.
There's faithful analogs and then there's cultural appropriation, and there's an awfully fine line and grey area between the two.
While we appreciate that many people are passionate about the Advanced Class Guide and are unhappy with the speed at which FAQs are released, please dial back the hostility. The Paizo Staff is aware of the issues, but there are a lot of moving parts to releasing a product (even if it's "just" a PDF), so please be patient. When an update happens, we will be shouting from the rooftops about its availability.
I'm going to clarify a few points regarding licensing, then let the thread return to its original topic.