Phil Summers, the artist behind ‘Hand drawn game tutorial’, is venturing into the world of printed game magazines. Named ‘Hand-drawn game’, the magazine will be published every two months, consisting of 8 pages; You might not think that’s a huge amount, but the great thing about this, of course, is that the whole thing will be handcrafted, like the aforementioned game tutorials Summers has created in the past few years. last year.
You can support Hand-drawn Gameplay by visiting Official Patreon page. The standard tier costs £2.50 per issue and grants you access to one digital PDF; for those in the US, £5 will allow printing issues to be delivered right to your door; Finally, those outside the US will need to pay a little more for the same privilege at £6.50.
In between issues, Patreon support will also receive exclusive details from Summers on the implementation of each issue, along with exclusive one-week access to the ‘Game Reflections’ feature, a Short flashbacks of classic titles accompanied by hand-drawn illustrations.
Finally, supporters of Hand Drawn Games will have instant access to hand drawing tutorials for Cathedral by Decemberborn Interactive; This was originally only available with Physical launch of the game on Switchwith the new Patreon page marking the first instance of its availability as a separate section.
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