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2 years 8 months ago #12 by ScketreWhisp
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To: Doug Rhea <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 2015/06/09 16:40
Subject: Re: NTRPGCon

Hi Doug,

Your convention never fails to impress. Count me in for next year.

Smiles,
Darlene
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2 years 8 months ago #61 by Badmike
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Anyone whose entry into D&D began in the late 70s/early 80s will recognize the name Darlene and immediately associate it with the standard fantasy map of the time, the beautiful two-piece World of Greyhawk map that first appeared in 1980. Darlene, however, contributed far more to the "look" of early TSR and Dungeons & Dragons than just this classic map. She also designed the classic TSR "Wizard Face" logo as well as the logo, letterhead, business cards and advertising materials for TSR periodicals and Dragon Publishing. Darlene's TSR art is probably best known for the many interior illustrations in the AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide, as well as the cover to B1 In Search of the Unknown and several Days of the Dragon Calendar pages, and many other interior illios for TSR publications of the Golden Age of RPG Gaming.

Darlene's "Jasmine: The Battle for Mid-Realm" card game was the first roleplaying game using playing cards and was honored in 1982 as "Most Outstanding Game" with the Strategists Club Award. Recently, Darlene came out of "retirement" to do another map for Gary Gygax in his Castle Zagyg series by Troll Lord Games. She is doing work with Eldritch Ent for future products, and remains active in the fantasy art scene.

Mike B.
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