its 46 pages and this is a pretty much the kind of stuff youll find in it probably, lots of characters and doodles and shark people and dumb jokes and *cough*adventuretime*cough* other things. also its pay what you want, so you can have it for free but anything you could give would be cool too
Are you already backing Story War? Do you want some Kickstarter-exclusive cards? Go back The Reward and you’ll get these two bonus cards based on the bromantic leads, Vito and Wilhelm! You have less than 55 hours left to back it before it ends!
(PS: Do us a solid and reblog this post, so everyone has one last chance to back The Reward and get these exclusive cards!)
i did these backgrounds and the characters shading and effects it was very fun!!
i pulled together a bunch of sketch files around my computer from about august until now, so heres a 62 page, pay what you want sketchbook file if you want it! a lot of sketches and comics youve probably seen before, but theres a good number of things you havent, too
its basically about a loose six month study in the improvement in my (digital) art (it’s come a long way, i think)
We’ve just added some brave new Warrior cards! If you back Story War at the Deluxe Pack level you’ll get these eight officially licensedBravest Warriors cards!
Story War is a storytelling party game where players take on the role of fictional characters and then try to convince another player acting as a judge that their characters would win in a fight against their opponent’s characters. We started out with that classic “who would win in a fight between Batman and Superman” conversation and we kept developing the cards and playtesting the rules until we came up with this really fun game.
But obviously we can’t make a game about Batman and Superman without DC Comics’ permission! So we had to start out with public domain characters like Medusa and King Midas. One of the ideas behind Story War is that we’d build the game on public domain characters and then slowly introduce more licensed character expansions over time.
So we hope Story War will slowly grow into something like the card game version of Super Smash Brothers. And luckily for us, everyone at Cartoon Hangover is super cool and they gave us permission to make these eight new Bravest Warriors cards, which represent our first major step in that Smash-like direction!
Bravest Warriors is a great franchise to play Story War with because all of these adorable characters come with their own set of super powers. And if you want to learn the nuances of the kinds of stories you can tell with each card, all you have to do is watch the Bravest Warriors web series on YouTube!
All Story War cards are printed with a common card back, so you could easily shuffle the Bravest Warriors into your Story War deck and take them out if the people you’re playing with aren’t familiar with the show.
These eight cards are exclusively available as a Kickstarter bonus! Trying to get these cards after the campaign ends would be like trying to make oatmeal cry. So if you want to get these Bravest Warriors cards you’ll have to go back Story War on Kickstarter at the Deluxe Pack level!
hey check out these cards we made last night!
i did the backgrounds for all of these except plums, and it was really fun!