Two new geekandsundry themed bookmarks.
Critical Hit Cocktails, bottle-shaped of course.
Paul Mason D.I.Y. Guy’s bookmark has transparent bits. It was a hassle to cut out, but I think it turned out ok.
I have high-resolution files of all of the vlogger / show bookmarks. If anyone wants to print a set, send me an Ask and I’ll email them to you!

Two new geekandsundry themed bookmarks.

Critical Hit Cocktails, bottle-shaped of course.

Paul Mason D.I.Y. Guy’s bookmark has transparent bits. It was a hassle to cut out, but I think it turned out ok.

I have high-resolution files of all of the vlogger / show bookmarks. If anyone wants to print a set, send me an Ask and I’ll email them to you!

A book tree from kiricallaghan's “Alys - The Terra Mirum Chronicles”.
I have a little story in my head, where my grandfather went missing during WW2, and came back with fantastical pictures and weird stories of strange people living inside our world.

A book tree from kiricallaghan's “Alys - The Terra Mirum Chronicles”.

I have a little story in my head, where my grandfather went missing during WW2, and came back with fantastical pictures and weird stories of strange people living inside our world.

Another lazy Sunday, another geekandsundry themed bookmark. This time it’s Kiriosity! kiricallaghan

Another lazy Sunday, another geekandsundry themed bookmark. This time it’s Kiriosity! kiricallaghan

Hey geekandsundry, please please make this happen! DVD/Bluray of Co-Optitude! Extended versions with f-bomb enabled audio tracks, commentaries and featurettes. 
And don’t forget the “From Amiga 500 to Co-Optitude : The Strange Journey of the Day Siblings” documentary.

Hey geekandsundry, please please make this happen! DVD/Bluray of Co-Optitude! Extended versions with f-bomb enabled audio tracks, commentaries and featurettes.

And don’t forget the “From Amiga 500 to Co-Optitude : The Strange Journey of the Day Siblings” documentary.

The final four cards for the unofficial Geek & Sundry card game. This puts the total number of unique cards at 61 I think.

What’s next? Well if we’re going to play this beauty, we’ll need some rules. Because the best way of creating a card game is first make the cards, then set the rules, right?

More on that later.

Collection of cards from the last 2 weeks for (the unofficial fan-made) Geek & Sundry card game!

Fawkes, Zaboo, Claire and Bladezz from The Guild. Also there is a surprise second version of Codex with completely different image and rules.

Felicia Day herself also has a second edition card. The first version had a cartoon picture of Felicia, drawn by Tigermonkey in 5 seconds during the 50k Hangout.

The Otternomicon.. Scott Tumilty (of Scott’s Old School Pixel Party) tends to live tweet his train journeys, which usually culminates in him going “full otter” on some rowdy students. And I love Evil Dead. So it was a natural combination really.

Fans of Geek & Sundry card took a lot of work to come up with. I finally decided to feature one fan on the card, and the obvious choice was the incomparable Jessie (@egglasses on twitter).

(By the way a couple of weeks ago I said I would only do six more cards for this fictional card game. I’m already over that limit, and now I’m targeting a total of 60 unique cards. After that, well it doesn’t end there…)

Four cards for the unofficial Geek & Sundry card game from the past two weeks.

The Voice of Felicia is a reference to the Mouth of Sauron. But in a nice way, like if Galadriel had a “mouth” of her own.

Sean Plott’s card is one of those annoying “cancel” cards that blue decks use in Magic: The Gathering. I know why Sean doesn’t like blue decks. When I played ages ago (when the very first booster set ever was released for MTG) I didn’t like blue either.

A Pack of Codexes continues the theme of weird The Guild-themed cards. Vork had his own strange Halloween-esque cards, this time Codex morphs with Cubby. You know, summoning ficticious people is never easy, and sometimes they cross over a bit strange.

Also I had a discussion with my friend whether it’s “Pack of Codexes” or “Pack of Codices”. We decided it’s Codexes, as it’s a proper name.

Fingers of Felicia… oh man. Yes the first card I released wasn’t exactly perfect. Some of the people in it might’ve not been the interns. Didn’t do my research properly, sorry about that..But the final card should feature the actual interns from 2013.

(Internship at Geek & Sundry. Must be the greatest place to intern, ever. If I ever win the lottery, I’ll be come an eccentric millionaire and I’ll just intern at G&S for the rest of my life.)

I was bored, fooling around with Photoshop, and accidentally made big graphic novel bookmarks of Geek And Sundry’s “Talkin’ Comics” and “Old School Pixel Party”.
What can I say. It was a boring day, and these things tend to happen when I’m bored. Sorry.

I was bored, fooling around with Photoshop, and accidentally made big graphic novel bookmarks of Geek And Sundry’s “Talkin’ Comics” and “Old School Pixel Party”.

What can I say. It was a boring day, and these things tend to happen when I’m bored. Sorry.

Something a little bit different today - bookmarks.
I tried to find Cthulhu-themed bookmarks but couldn’t find any that I liked. Also I wanted really big, big bookmarks that would stick out of graphic novels and TPB’s when they’re in the bookshelf.
So I decided to nerdcraft them myself with photoshop (this can be called nerdcrafting, right?) I printed them out and laminated them.
I’m quite happy how they turned out. I decided to use my favourite lovecraftian monsters and demigods as inspiration.
The first one is Dark Young of Shub-Niggurath, sort of an evil tree-tentacle creature. The second bookmark features The Fungi from Yuggoth aka Mi-Go. The third one is a larger version of my avatar, a Deep One. The fourth one is Cthulhu or one of his star-children, or maybe a hybrid deep one.
And the fifth bookmark is the crawling chaos, Nyarlathotep in its four-legged tentacle-headed guise.

Something a little bit different today - bookmarks.

I tried to find Cthulhu-themed bookmarks but couldn’t find any that I liked. Also I wanted really big, big bookmarks that would stick out of graphic novels and TPB’s when they’re in the bookshelf.

So I decided to nerdcraft them myself with photoshop (this can be called nerdcrafting, right?) I printed them out and laminated them.

I’m quite happy how they turned out. I decided to use my favourite lovecraftian monsters and demigods as inspiration.

The first one is Dark Young of Shub-Niggurath, sort of an evil tree-tentacle creature. The second bookmark features The Fungi from Yuggoth aka Mi-Go. The third one is a larger version of my avatar, a Deep One. The fourth one is Cthulhu or one of his star-children, or maybe a hybrid deep one.

And the fifth bookmark is the crawling chaos, Nyarlathotep in its four-legged tentacle-headed guise.