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What? A new screenprint right before Emerald City Comicon?
We’ll bring some up to Seattle, but we’ve not left you out in the dark! We’ve added 20 of these beauties up in our online store!
These are hand-printed, and all imperfect.
So, I’m officially a licensed print artist for the miniatures game Rivet Wars!
This means that I’m legally able to make and sell art prints inspired by the game.
Why?: I’m really into the game, the design, and the figures. (It’s an awesome WWI tabletop battle game, with chibi figures called “Rivets”.) Spending time with the game is now less guilty for me. (It’s business!)
Also, since the last thing that I wanted to do was piss off the game creator (Ted Terranova) I wanted to show respect by actually becoming a licensed artist, rather than just make bootleg products.
Here are my first 2 pieces: Uncle Rivet & Blightun Uber Allies
Now available here: http://steamcrow.com/
Good shirts, for bad people.
This is a preorder of our most popular print design, printed on a really nice dark chocolate Next Level unisex T.
Order by Valentines Day, and you can be bad too! Ships out the first week in March.
For XXL and XXXL, order here:
Print of the day: Imaginary friends.
I had such a friend as a kid, and even my mom was convinced that he was real. My greatest regret is that I lost his name.
A shot of the Steam Crow studio where we draw and design most everything. Please don’t rob me, we have many, MANY devious traps.
I’ve been working on some World War 1 style trench terrain for Rivetwars, a new miniatures game that I’ve been getting into.
While the boards are not finished yet (needs more detail, more color variation, more fixes and fanciness), it has been a total rush job. I built this in the last 12 days.
I didn’t want to start painting the figures until the table was in a playable state.
Process photos here!
Uncle Rivet is watching you. Something that I did for fun, in tribute to the RivetWars game.
I’ll be making a small version and putting it on some of the terrain that I’m building. (A triumphant arch.)