All posts by Steve P.

I started my life as a gamer in my freshman year of high school, back in 1981, with the D&D Blue box and a group of new friends. I had just moved into a new neighborhood and was invited to play this “new” game that one of the guys had just gotten. I knew of D&D before then, I had a friend in middle school that said he played, but no matter how much I asked, he would never invite me to play or teach me how. I was so new to the whole experience that when given a “Cleric” to play, I wondered what this magical race looked like. Since there were dwarves and elves, surely a cleric must be an equally fantastical being.
It’s been a long time since those humble beginnings, I’ve played countless games, created dozens of fleshed out worlds to run campaigns in, modified rule system so they ran smoother at the table and tried my hand at designing games from whole cloth. This is the first time I’ve tried to do it professionally.
I’ve been a graphic artist for most of my career and I bring that to Move Rate 20 Games as well as my gaming experience. Like most people who work with computers I have a love/hate relationship with them, but I certainly wouldn’t want to layout a rule booklet by hand (though I could in a pinch).

We Need Artists!

We Need Artists!

We are still looking for artists to develop a working relationship with for several upcoming projects! Please share this if you know any talented, underused artist. We will compensate them for their work. I am a strong believer in not taking advantage of artists. Please email us a link to any sample of on-line portfolio you have and we can discuss rates. Thank you.
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