We are adjusting the colors to get back to the original clean, non neon, of my original art cover post. But this is the layout, with Three Line Studio logo, TLB (Three Little Books) wizard logo (purchased from the Roslof estate) that is an original Jim Roslof did for TSR's logo hunt BitD but was rejected in the final pick for the TSR wizard logo holding a wand. Pretty excited about this! This product will launch a line of products associated with the map images on the DVD and thus will be Three Line Studio's first product under it own specific brand. The adventure module being released with the DVD is "The Sunken City" which was the first tournament convention module in the history of D&D by yours truly.
Enjoy the eye candy. I will update this image when Eric Bergeron finishes the retouches today. Then the whole caboodle goes to be burned on Monday according to Paul Stormberg. Very soon!!
EDIT: I have been seeing random posts here or there that express concern about the pricing of the DVD. We have 4 different levels for all types of purchasers, so there should not be a worry with that. I would like to add that we have made a *massive* investment of both time and money in this and the return, even at the higher price ranges, will not even equal the thousands of hours invested in this project and the quality that was put into it and the value that can be derived from it. This is a very unique item due to its spanning 1,100 files, the information contained in it about these, and their end use possibilities. We could have easily aimed the prices higher according to our returned statistics but did want to make this generally available. Three Line Studio feels that we have accomplished that goal at balancing the two positions of investment<> return versus high and low markets, and the result is a product that is easily usable for years to come.
The pricing is set at four levels, 2 beneath 100.00 and two above 100.00. This launches a new line of products "Little Books Line" associated with the DVD contents and includes in 3 versions the entire 1,100 files scanned from auctions 2005-present and as supplemented by my own un-auctioned files. 2 years of work and several thousand hours of endeavor on five people's parts have been expended to organize, describe, resize, amend and categorize the contents. These are htlm-hot-linked and we have a built in cascading view as well for easy file access and viewing.
After 62 years, I now know the proper spelling for "caboodle." If the DVD files have the same property of Something I Didn't Know per page, it's going to be quite a ride.ReplyDelete
It's going to be quite a value and is priced at 4 different levels. The actual html linked filel/cascading view for the interface makes it a joy to browse for anyone, historians and players alike. Yeah, caboodle or kaboodle, i believe either are acceptable, re, the "whole kit-n-caboodle…" I haven't used it in a *long* time so I went with the phonetic spelling from memory… :)ReplyDelete