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    KICKSTARTERS to watch

    As I stumbled upon a few Kickstarter projects lately that where indeed worth the interest. I thought we should have a thread that promotes some of the more interesting projects.

    But I would ask, that if you add something to this list,to be be honest and dont add crap, just really outstanding projects that are worth it, and if you want to promote your own stuff again be honest with yourself and think first if your stuff really is that outstanding. Plus I would like this mostly to be at least vaguely art related: this includes stuff that has either artwork in it or is based off artwork ( like Games) or is directly related to art like traditional paintings and/or music/film ...I guess you get the idea by now ^^ ( for example Ill post some CCGs next ...those are in here cause the card-artwork is made by seasoned professionals and quite outstanding)

    to get you an idea first two projects that sadly are done allready but just so you understand the level of quality I would like this thread to aim for :

    Gerald Brom`s Artbook

    Prime Wars Card Game from 3D Total


    and on to projects that are currently on:

    PURGE - Sins of Science CCG

    Old School RPG

    Black Idol Comic - Peter Popken

    And now feel free to add, and keep us updated.

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    Japanese animation studio Production IG is working on a 10-minute short film, and also willing to prove to the current market that original animation projects ARE viable despite the recession.

    I personally think that anyone who cares about animation as an industry should pitch in, just for the sake of sending a message. I don't even LIKE the concept that they're going with.
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    got in on the brom one, and snagged the last of the deluxe editions! (woot)

    I'm a sucker for earthworm jim, so Doug TenNapel Sketchbook Archives seems promising: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...hives?ref=live
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimer View Post
    I'm a sucker for earthworm jim, so Doug TenNapel Sketchbook Archives seems promising: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...hives?ref=live
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    Black Idol comic... Hey I remember that guy/girl posting in the crit center on here I think awhile back
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    I really, really hope Elite: Dangerous gets enough backers. I loved all the previous Elite games.
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    I wanted to post this to CA for some time but I haven't because I remember certain Admins having a problem with people coming on to do nothing but plug their projects. Now that this thread exists, I finally have an excuse.

    Here's the thingymajig I've been working on! <<<<<<<-------- Hyperlink because the colours aren't visible. And here's some work (Not mine) from it:

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    Elite: Dangerous - I hope this one succeeds. Frontier: Elite II was the main game I was obsessed about in my childhood. I was even drawing a fanart with some planets and space stations . Now they are making new one in the "Elite" series. It's going to have both singleplayer and multiplayer to choose from.
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    Thanks for these. I love watching kickstart projects.

    A few of these I have seen, but Prime Wars looks really cool. I wish I could have helped back that one.
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