This logo was chosen by the people from TabletopLoot.com from a final slate of three options to represent their company.
The hexagon outline shape allows the isometric text to give the indication of a three dimensional cube, thus referencing six-sided dice. It also nods to the overall shape of a 20-sided die.
The font I used, Righteous, gives a sort of other-worldly feel, allowing people to associate the brand with the science fiction and fantasy games that TTL supports with their products. Simultaneously, it’s not essentially any particular genre, which gives the company flexibility going forward with product direction.
Hopefully soon I’ll be able to write up a post describing the whole design process of this logo, as I’m pleased with the way it turned out.
I realized I didn’t have a good example of an original layout or document design for roleplaying games. This is a design template I’m working on for an upcoming rpg adventure module project to be launched on kickstarter later this year. The module, as you might guess, is sea-themed.
It’ll still get tweaked some before the final version. I’ll be sure to update here when the project goes live.
Bourbon & Dice is a podcast where the participants play tabletop games and drink bourbon. The logo reflects the playful nature of the show while clearly communicating the subject matter.
These shirts are a tribute to one of my favorite podcasts in existence, “The Adventure Zone.” Each shirt features an illustration of one of the three characters in the show (and one for Griffin, the Dungeon Master) inside a silhouette of a 20-sided dice (aka d20). The phrase “I Do That” has become one of the catchphrases of the entire show.
This is a page from the design and layout of a document for a friend of mine. The Dûrnossë is a creature and associated rules created for use in the 5th edition of Dungeons & Dragons. The document was designed to replicate the look and feel of the Monster Manual published by Wizards of the Coast, LLC. To see a couple pages from the inspiring book, check out this review on Gizmodo.