Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Theorems & Thaumaturgy Revised Edition: Sample Spread

What I didn't mention the other day, in my post about what's what with the revised Theorems & Thaumaturgy, is the plan for illustrating it. I've decided to go a bit more extravagant than usual with space for art. I mean, not like DCC levels, but more than what I've done in the past. There's space for over 50 illustrations in the layout, so it should be pretty nice looking.

I've just received a couple of illustrations from David Coppoletti, who's one of the artistic dude(tte)s lending their skills to the tome (and doing a sterling job of it!), so I thought I'd show an example page spread, as a wee little preview of the delights to come. (There's also going to be some kind of fancy page decoration at the bottom, but that remains as-yet in the realm of imagination.)

Feast thy sensory apparatus on this A5-format wonderment!


  1. This is pleasing to my sensorium! What new stuff can we expect in this second edition? Will it contain all of your vivimancy material?

    1. See http://the-city-of-iron.blogspot.de/2016/05/theorems-thaumaturgy-revised-edition.html. The vivimancy material is updated, but I've not included everything from the complete book (that would make it redundant...).

  2. It looks really cool and Dave is an awesome guy and great artist.


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