#AprilTTRPGmaker Favourite design tools?

imageThere aren’t really any tools that are made with roleplaying games in mind, other than map makers.

For that purpose I tend to prefer to import things into photoshop and do it there where everything’s a lot more powerful and adjustable.

On a day to day basis I use many of the following, some of which you may also find useful in your work, in one way or another.

Some of these are websites.

Some of these are programs.

Some of them are just ways of working things out in rough before moving forward with them.

Working for yourself, you may also find various tips and tricks for motivation helpful, but everyone is different and what gets me motivated may not get you motivated.

  • Openoffice
  • Grammarly
  • Filmora
  • Manycam
  • Audacity
  • Text-to-Speech (helps with editing)
  • Photoshop
  • InDesign
  • Notepad
  • Scratch paper and biros
  • Whiteboards
  • A Brother laser printer
  • The power of imagination
  • Picfont
  • Social Media
  • Youtube
  • Wikipedia
  • Reference Books
  • Online dice rolling sites
  • Pornhub

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c4cOne of the strengths of Machinations of the Space Princess was its wide open capability to create any kind of character – and also monster – that you wanted to. While there will be many of the usual fantasy staples, goblins, orcs and so forth, I want to give them my own spin. At the same time, the history that I have sketched out gives the opportunity for all manner of magical crossbreeds, mutations and strangeness…

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