November 27th, 2005

Elvis

Art for the sake of art?

heliograph suggested that artwork might not be an important factor in the decision to buy a PDF RPG supplement. Since it's my main stumbling block with Elvis: The Legendary Tours I thought I'd ask do a little research:

Poll #620895 Do PDF RPG Supplements Need Artwork?

If they cost $1.99

Yes, lots
1(4.2%)
Some
5(20.8%)
A little
5(20.8%)
No
9(37.5%)
Fnord
4(16.7%)

If they cost $2.99

Yes, lots
1(4.2%)
Some
7(29.2%)
A little
6(25.0%)
No
6(25.0%)
Push the button, Max...
4(16.7%)

Regardless of price

No, artwork is a nuisance that eats ink
0(0.0%)
A little artwork is nice
9(37.5%)
Yes, art is always a plus
10(41.7%)
I want lots of art, it's why I look at RPG supplements
0(0.0%)
Click
5(20.8%)

Finally, what sort of art do you like, if any

Colour art
0(0.0%)
Monochrome art
0(0.0%)
Line art
0(0.0%)
Pictures of Naked Elf Women
0(0.0%)
Pictures of Big Guns
0(0.0%)
Cartoons
0(0.0%)
Cool monsters
0(0.0%)
Relevance to the printed page
3(13.6%)
Tentacle porn
2(9.1%)
Abstract
0(0.0%)
None
1(4.5%)
Tick the box because it's there
1(4.5%)


All responses and comments greatly appreciated.
Spock-Faith

Drabble - Conversation in a Metropolis Parking Lot

About the first Drabble series I wrote was the Conversations in a ... Parking Lot sequence.

Conversation in a White House Parking Lot
Conversation in a Los Angeles Parking Lot
Conversation in a Sunnydale Parking Lot
Conversation in a Cleveland Parking Lot

It's years since I've thought of one, but here we go again. No prizes for guessing that this is a BtVS / Lois and Clark crossover.

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Comments please before I post to archives.