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Hurricane Relief Project

Beyond the Storm: Shadows of the Big Easy is a collection of short stories, essays, art and role-playing game material inspired by the culture, landscape, and city of New Orleans. With contributions from three continents and from across the spectrum of role-playing, all the proceeds from the sale of the book will go to support Katrina Disaster Relief. Join the authors and artists as they explore the Big Easy as it could have been and how it might be...

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Nice stuff. I like the first one especially. Has a real vintage Sci Fi feel.

Long time no see. :)

Thank you. That's my favorite of the set. :)

Awesome stuff Aaron. You rule!

That's right! Kneel bfore Zo... ahem. Sorry about that. Thanks. :)

Oh, wow, really quite nice.

I'd say my favorite's the third. Damn good work.

The people of NOLA would have been better off if it were aliens. The National Guard would have responded quicker from Iraq.

Nice stuff, Ace. Very cool. I think the middle one is my fave, though the first one is a close second.

Thanks, Prime. I wish I could show you guys the stuff I've been working on lately... I did a bunch of pieces for Deleria: Goblin Markets that I'm pretty proud of. Soon. ;)

As always, i love your works.
(And you've been too quiet, lately. For shame.)

Yeah. I know. The last few months have been REALLY busy. I have at least thirty pieces to show you guys but I can until the books/cards are released. Grrr.

I'm going to try to finish up the pieces I owe catvalente for The Ice Puzzlesoon. I'll post them as soon as they are finished.

I finally made the switch from mouse to wacom tablet, so I may post a few sketches and speed paint warm-ups... we'll see how brave I'm feeling. :)

Dude, your work on this project was really</> stellar. I couldn't have been happier when I saw the images come in!

I also apparently can't write HTML. :-)

Hehe. Thanks. :)

I was hoping you guys would like them. They felt unfinished because I rarely do greyscale work.

I hope LuLu does it justice with the POD version -- I'm still more nervous around POD than I am traditional print runs.

I'm curious to see how it turns out as well. I've been meaning to give Lulu a test. I've used POD in the past with mixed results.

You absolutely rule. I totally missed this.

I remember Blue talking about this - it seems like forever ago. I am stunned and elated it all came together so quickly. You did some incredible work for it. I might just have to bug you about prints whenever we're at the same con.

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