Sunday, August 17, 2014

From Empire to Revolution

Rich just sent me the cover art for my East Front Supplement for Through the Mud and Blood. I am very excited about this.

What do you think?

24 comments:

  1. That's good - looking forward to getting this.

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  2. Fantastic cover and congratulations to you!

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  3. That looks very nice, but darn it I'm trying to stay away from new projects. Seeing this has re-kindled my idea to do WW1 Eastern Front.

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    1. East Front is such a different animal from the Western. I hope you give it a try.

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  4. Very cool. Looking forward to playing some East front WW1.

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  5. Fantastic Chris. The Supplement cover is really wonderful....but the real treasures are inside!

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    1. Thank you. I am really looking forward to seeing what Rich is able to do with my scribblings.

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  6. Chris, excellent work in that cover, lovely indeed
    Looking forward to see it published

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    1. Thanks. That is one of the reasons I really wanted Rich to publish this one. His work as a graphic artist is far better than my attempts. The cover alone is worth the wait in getting this one done.

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  7. Fabulous!

    I'm spread thin over all the rules I'm playing and painting. FoG, CoC, DB, DMH, Longstreet, SAGA and more. I could so fall for this. Good luck!

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  8. Fantastic news, I have been using M&B adapted for the RJW, so would be keen to see some of the ideas you have for the Russians.
    Cheers
    Stuart

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    1. I am focused on the war itself with a little bit on the forces during the revolution before the Russians quit the war. I have some scenarios focused on the Women's Battalion of Death. They seem like fun.

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    2. That works for me, it will give me a chance to pit them against other players who have piles of the more popular German forces.
      Cheers
      Stu

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    3. You can use Germans for Later Austro-Hungarians too. The AH did not use helmets till pretty late in the war. Their storm troops used them earlier.

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  9. That looks absolutely terrific Chris!

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    1. Thanks. I can't wait to see the draft.

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