Of course! The poster is great and really makes me wonder about the product. This is truly a great work, Raggi.
We're a sad, sad puritan nation. I want the real poster. :) Great work!
The poster is certainly eye catching and it would certainly perk my interest.
ah, Pookie, you're perfect to answer a question... which poster would you recommend for hypothetical UK shops? I know the UK isn't as bad about things as the US but I'm not sure of the real lay of the land there, so to speak.
Yeah, I'd definitely want to check it out! I'd also want to steal the poster.
Great art, confusing wordmark. I'd think it was a supplement called "Weird Fantasy Role Playing" for a (normal) RPG called "Lamentations of the Flame Princess."
Looks good, although my first thought from reading "other adventures available from lotf" (assuming I didn't know my ass from my elbow) might be "Oh, OTHER adventures. So this thing is an adventure module then?"
I would totally check it out. Are those going to be purely for retailers? I'd totally buy one.
James, I'd consider adding the world "GAME" after the words "WEIRD FANTASY ROLE-PLAYING".Then I'd strike the word "OTHER" down below, and re-write it to say something like: "ADVENTURES FOR THE LAMENTATIONS OF THE FLAME PRINCESS RPG".Or something like that.
Nice posters. Would love to see them in the local game shop, but I doubt I'll ever see anything in them that isn't WOTC related.
I like the way the font gets larger at the end of "princesS". It makes a nice grouping of the three S's, which unconsciously drives the serpent-ness of the demon home.Weird comment I guess, but it's the kind of thing I see when I look at advertising.
It is more to call attention to the setting the conflict is good showing no setwinning person. It show an interesting creature that is unkown outside the rules and person with all the shiny stuff you can get for risking your lives.Font is easy to read may put a larger blurb ablut each book on the bottom what they are and when to expect them to ship to the FLGS,You could also sell the nipple poster in the US as a Banned our adult version of the poster.The big thing is to try and develop a community feeling for your product line and o try and develop it with a tail.
How about this wording at the bottom then:"Adventures Available for LotFP: Weird Fantasy Role-Playing"?
Excellent poster, you can't go wrong with that cover image. The red hair on the gal on white winter background really jumps at you.How well the black text stands out on printed image though? I mean it looks good when viewed on monitor but does it look good on print?I had to look really hard to get the difference between these posters, still didn't get it until I read the Jim's comment about puritans and spotted the demonic nipples.
>>How well the black text stands out on printed image though? I mean it looks good when viewed on monitor but does it look good on print?I won't know this until I see proofs when I submit them for printing...
"Adventures Available for LotFP: Weird Fantasy Role-Playing" is definitely better.Assuming this is going up before the actual game comes out? Needs a release date mentioned or I'll have to add a sticker to some corner of the poster stating when to expect it.
I was planning on sending them out at the same time as the finished games.
That red hair is really eye catching!
It looks really professional, good work.
I'd be like "Oh, another book from Avalanche Press. It's probably about Vikings."
Sweet baby J yes! I say that with the knowledge that the LOTFP game probably isn't exactly my flavor of OSR. However, if the question is if the poster will generate interest, then the answer is 'yes.'I think you also benefit that it's a very different style than most other gaming posters you see. It shouldn't get lost with all of the other clutter at a game store.
The poster is excellent. UK can be variable, putting the Everywhere Else poster in a shop window will provoke a response in my local FLGS and the cathedral opposite.Give UK retailers the option of either/or?
Raggi,Regarding the black text issue mentioned previously...as a graphic designer, I might at least try to have "ON SALE HERE" in white if for no other reason than to allow the Flame Princess logo to stand out stronger as the largest black element. I might also skrink the "ON SALE HERE" banner juuuuust a bit, and increase the LothFP logo juuuuust a bit. But that's nit-picky. This poster is an work of awesomeness! Congratulations on a truly nice piece.Kramer @ Usherwood Adventures
is there any way we can order that poster, man it is eye catching.