Metal Gods of Ur-Hadad T-shirt on sale now!

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So you love the Metal Gods of Ur-Hadad Zine and you want to get this awesome image on a black T-shirt, well here is how you do it.

To order yours, you must send me the money for the size you want and the shipping amount to this Paypal account. You must include the size(s) you want and your mailing address with your order payment.

hamheadskeletondog (at) hotmail (dot) com

Sizes and Prices:

Small 20$
Medium 20$
Large 20$
XL 20$
2XL 21$
3XL 22$
4XL 23$
5XL 24$

Shipping is 5$ to Continental US. 10$ Everywhere else. If you are ordering multiple shirts, I can fit 2 shirts into an envelope and mail them at 7$ Continental US and 13$ Everywhere else. We are currently not shipping to the Serpent Moon. Sorry Snakemen.

This sale will last for 10 days (ends 2/12/15). On 2/12/15 I will send the order to the printer. They will print the shirts with a turn around of about 1 week. I will then pick up the shirts and ship them out in the next few days. Maximum turn around from beginning of the sale to the ship date should be 20 days. I know this isn’t lightning fast like most internet shops, but this is a DIY operation, I like working with local people and being able to see what my product looks like before it goes out. So this is how I do it. I did it this way with the second run Catastrophe Island shirts and it worked out just fine. The image is silk screened on good quality black tees using a single pass of white ink. This gives the image a cool vintage look and preserves the tiny details of the original drawing which a second pass of ink has a tendency to bleed out. Any questions can be directed to the email address above or mrwaynesnyder (at) gmail (dot) com.

Thanks.

Metal Gods of Ur-Hadad Zine #1 – On sale now.

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The gentlemen I play Dungeon Crawl Classics with every Thursday evening via Google+ and myself have produced a zine. It is a collection of heavy metal themed house rules and adventure generators, etc. for the Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG. Adam Muszkiewicz and Edgar Johnson wrote the words, and I drew the pictures.

You can get it in print here.

Or get the PDF here.

 

 

New Banner for Dispatches from Kickassistan.

My friend, Adam Muszkiewicz has a kickass blog. Dispatches from Kickassistan, is a all gaming blog covering all sorts of old school and new school RPG’s. He does reviews of game material, posts his own original work from his multiple running campaigns for others to use and generally just talks about what he loves, gaming. He is one of the GM’s for our weekly G+ Dungeon Crawl Classics game, which is by far one of the greatest game groups I’ve ever had the pleasure of rolling dice with, virtual or not. Adam liked the Goblin Mini-Mart banner and asked me to make one for him. It took me almost a year to finish it, which is a bit ridiculous, but such is my life these days. But it’s done now and here it is. I made the blue one, which will be on the t-shirts, Adams awesome wife Kathryn is making. Adam made the red one for his site. Enjoy.

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Maybe I’ll see you at Gen Con.

Working cover for my mega-dungeonesque project.

The project is a megadungeon for Mutant Future. Set in the jungle over grown ruins of a futuristic mega-city. The city streets and jungle are a sandbox location with random encounters and even a random building ruin creation table. While the places of import the super domes, space port, hospital and others are pre written and mapped in detail. The focus is on the ecology of the cities denizens, the puzzles provided by highly sophisticated ancient technologies, and the treasures of a lost age.

Right now, the project is a big pile of notes, creature drawings and scribbled maps. I’ll be posting bits of it here as it comes together.

Goblins!

Feeling a new wave of inspiration, Matt and I have spent some time fixing up the site. He’s fancied up a lot of the technical aspects and I made a big shiny new extra gobliny banner. So to celebrate this new look I’m posting a link to a short story I wrote about Grots, the little runty guys who are slaves and servants to the Space Orks in Warhammer 40k. I wrote it last year and would like to share it with you.

Da Grot’s Life.

Thanks for reading.