HOW TO GET THE LOOK YOU WANT WITHOUT RUINING YOUR FONTS For this Design Time, I wanted to talk about when and why you would want to stroke your fonts, or why you don't need them stroked in most cases. For this post, I'll be using Adobe Illustrator CC, but many other design programs do the same things I'll be discussing. Keep in mind design is not a science, so there may be exceptions I do not discuss. Take this with a grain of salt, but this is what I have found in all my yea
Wesley Woodbury is a board game designer and publisher, Podcast host of Kickstarter Journeys, and is always willing to share ideas and knowledge. He is the manager of FunDaMental Games. All of the games created by FunDaMental Games have been designed by Wesley Woodbury.
JF: Legends of Novus was originally launched on Kickstarter in February 2019. It went on to be rereleased on Kickstarter in June of 2019. What was changed to the campaign page itself that you felt contrib
Matt and Rosie Parrish are the couple behind the card game Bots Up, which launches on Kickstarter on 15th September 2020. They work in graphic design and the video game industry but this is their debut tabletop project together. JF: I stumbled upon Bots Up while browsing Facebook, and I was immediately drawn to the vector art direction. Vector art can oftentimes look too “clean,” but I think it is so fitting with the robot theme. What made you decide to go this direction fo
Anthony Hore is a professional graphic designer and illustrator with a passion for gaming. The Pet Cemetery is Anthony's first board game design that is launching on Kickstarter with plans for more games to come in the near future. He is passionate about game design and truly believes a well-made game is good for the soul. It brings people together, fosters creativity, and can sometimes even help players practice life skills, such as patience, restraint, and sportsmans