Original Roleplaying Concepts
I love this stuff; https://www.basicfantasy.org #link
D&D Chronologically Reading through all of TSR's D&D products is the sort of #link that's ideal for someone who might like to read/collect the stuff they cover—but who by lack of means or access, just isn't going to be able to do so.
There's also the issue of my not being an ideal archivist of materials like this. I'm not a historian, and I just don't have the space to safely store this sort of stuff. http://www.dndchronologically.com
Dungeon Map Doodler seems like it might be worth following: https://personaljournal.ca/dungeon-map-doodler-blog/
I've seen some of the examples the author has posted to their social media account, and it looks like a really nifty little tool: https://twitter.com/ToddRossDIY/status/1261089073701289993
Oooh. Via Matthew Colville, a resource for DMs: Adventure Lookup — find adventures by a few search terms. https://www.adventurelookup.com/adventures/ #link
This friction welding demonstration from Fran in the Lab is honestly something I've never encountered before. I may have to make one of these! #link
The 30th Anniversary of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Game: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1g84m0sXpnNCv84GpN2PLZG/the-game-30th-anniversary-edition
Interesting talk by Phil Salvador about the value of obscure games: https://youtu.be/JVIEk2Q6J-Q
I want to pass along my friend Dominick's KoFi page, since he does a lot of gaming commissions for his art: https://ko-fi.com/digregorioart I'll be looking for a means to permanently promote things like this in the coming days.
The Russian figure sculptors are really killing it these past few years. Check out these offerings; https://warhorseminiatures.com/2019/12/26/the-latest-news-12-26-2019-runecraft-vikings-publius-scandinavians-plus-prikav-mercenary/?fbclid=IwAR3...