Artists wanted to work on the next Rage CCG fanset. Something is going down in the Carpathians. Time for the Garou to combat the Wyrm wherever is BREEDS, which means taking out the vampiric and demonic corruption spreading through the area. No sparkling here, only SUFFERING.
All cards have gone through extensive playtesting before getting to this final step of acquiring art.
Artist can either produce a custom piece OR they may give permission to use an existing piece from the existing portfolio. what do we specifically need art of?
TO THE SPREADSHEET!
Art reference document it has size ratios for each of the card types. There’s also about 3 pages of reference images to help get you going. they’re divided into sections: vampires & their “pets”, landscape & architecture, people and traditional dress, traditional weapons, symbology of region, and some general pose references. I don’t expect you to use them all or hew directly to the reference, but they’re there to help give you some inspiration.
PLEASE READ THE INFORMATION BELOW BEFORE JOINING THE PROJECT!
If you are claiming a card and have never done so before, make sure to send the project lead an email at fenris_lorsrai[at]yahoo.com saying you’re taking a card! (please put Rage in the title) this way I have a known working e-mail address for you to be able to send proofs to. Please send a link to any online galleries you currently have. we may be able to use old artwork on stuff coming up later in block!
If you have worked on Rage before and Fenris already has your email, you may just claim a card by writing your name on claim box on spreadsheet.
DUE DATE: Round 1 picks August 22nd 2015
Round 2 picks (everything picked later than July 30th OR Tina) is due September 1st.
Art reference document
it has size ratios for each of the card types. There’s also about 3 pages of reference images to help get you going. they’re divided into sections: vampires & their “pets”, landscape & architecture, people and traditional dress, traditional weapons, symbology of region, and some general pose references. I don’t expect you to use them all or hew directly to the reference, but they’re there to help give you some inspiration.
Since this is fan based, we can not offer you cash compensation. This is a long running fan project. What we can offer you is advertising space for commissions, selling originals or prints of the work, Etsy, CafePress, Zazzle shop, or to promote your personal webpage, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook fan page, etc.
This is the sixteenth set we have worked on. The first set was featured in a short article in Inquest Gamer #106. You can listen to a podcast about one of the recent sets at Darker Days Podcast.
http://darkerdays2.podbean.com/…/.....io-episode…/ We also cross-promote new releases on about a half dozen web sites, Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.
You keep full title to your artwork, you only grant permission for it to appear in the two specific ways detailed below.
All cards carry the artist’s name and copyright info. We release the cards in two versions. One is as a printable PDF, so images can’t be altered or easily swapped around. The PDF would be free for people to download and print out. They may not sell it.
The last page of the PDF download has contact info for the various artists. You can put info for ordering a print of the artwork, commissioning you, or the address for your website.
The second version is as a download for an online player (Lackey) that allows you to play Rage across the internet. All images display full copyright info. The player is free to use.
You would also get the same information placed on the webpage the PDF would be downloaded from. We can easily leave off your e-mail contact so you won’t be spammed, and simply say “see the PDF for full contact information.” We usually include the whole artist listing or a link to the artist listing on all press releases depending on the format of the site we’re sending the information to.
You’ll get a final proof of the card to look at before it goes into the PDF so you can give a final yes or no to whether you want to be associated with the project. If at some later point after its released you decide you don’t want to be involved anymore, you can contact me and request your artwork be removed. It will be removed from the PDF and from the online player.
See a PDF example
You can also take a look at the main artist list on the Rage page here.
You may withdraw permission to use your art at any time. Your art will be removed from the PDF and player and links removed within a few days of receiving the request.
27 July 2015 at 14:54:32 MDT