I wanted to give 3D sculpting a try, so I found an open source program called Sculptgl. It has both a browser based app and a stand-alone app. I found the app easy to learn and fun to use. My first project was a beholder from Dungeons and Dragons, which I then printed in black … Continue reading Designing D&D Characters
Since July 2018, I've been running a Dungeons and Dragons game at my library. As a Digital Services tech, I've been trying to add digital content to the game wherever possible to make the game run smoother or to feel more immersive. A few weeks ago, I decided to 3D print a set of medieval … Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons 3D Printed
For you local folks, I'll be doing an author event at the Richmond Public Library on October 3, from 4-5:00PM. Topic: Writing Dungeons and Dragons-style.
If you have the time, it would be great to see you there. Please consider registering!
When I was 14 years old, I ran a weekly D&D game with my friends and had to come up with stories--sometimes on the fly. The purpose of D&D is that you have a storyteller, known as the Dungeon Master, who narrates the story to the players. This includes the setting, plot, and non-essential characters. The players are the ones who tell the Dungeon Master what the essential characters do--and as any writer knows, your characters can often screw up your intentions for the plot.
I haven't been very active lately (busy with school!), but I have written a short post for the teen blog my library hosts. Check it out!