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Hello everyone. I noticed (by the hit counter on this page) that people are stopping by to grab the next issue of the StarFrontiersman. I know I'm late with it and want to apologize for the delay (especially to all of the contributers excited to see their efforts in print). Summer time is busy for all of us: corporate fiscal years end and start, resulting in increased business; family members in sporting events; outdoor activities with friends; yardwork/landscaping; honeydo lists.... the list goes on. I have decided to focus my efforts on the community website I spoke about so much and have not been delivering.
Therefore, August's issue of the StarFrontiersman will not be released. September's issue will be Issue #7. I don't know if this will be an annual trend or not, but it may. Please continue submitting, as it would be GREAT if I actually could get a backlog of submissions so I'm not always scrambling for material each month. I haven't lost my excitement for the project nor have I lost my ambition or dedication to quality over quantity. I am sorry for not meeting my commitment, and plan to work hard this month delivering the new website!
I don't procrastinate; I prioritize.
Yes, you can quote that. (c) Bill Logan 2007. Needs to be on a t-shirt somewhere haha...
I have been working out the kinks in the community site and it's going to be ready for use fairly soon. I hope to see you all there when I go live with it. It's gonna be fun! I'll try to have it done so September's issue of the 'Frontiersman can sport an article on how to get the best out of the website.
|August 7, 2007|
|Star Frontiersman #6 Released|
Has it really been a full month since I updated this site? Released for public consumption... Issue #6- it's larger than ever, thanks to wonderful submissions by all of you. Please provide specific feedback any way you can - the submitters (and I) appreciate it. Head over to the StarFrontiersman page and have a download
- CIRCLE OF FATE: Chapter 1
|July 3, 2007|
The attractive map made for us Star Frontiersman lovers in issue #6 had a bunch of compression interpolation errors. I really wanted all of you to have it in its proper form... so I've put the original PNG file in the Sheets & Stuff section. Download it and print it out on a quality color printer... I did and it looks fantastic. Kudos to Darrell C. L. Donald and his mad graphic design skills. Darrell is also working on a remake of the Serena Dawn map from Crash on Volturnus. I've seen a work-in-progress and think he does some of the best mapwork I've seen this side of professionally-published stuff. Let's hope he continues to put out these amazing quality maps and doesn't get snatched up by WOTC or one of the other giants!!
The maps he makes are useful for virtual tabletop gaming as well as old-fashioned tabletop gaming. He's definitely someone to keep an eye on for future issues of the StarFrontiersman!
|July 3, 2007|
|Star Frontiersman #5 Released|
Released for public consumption... Issue #5. Head over to the StarFrontiersman page and have a download... let me know what you think.
- STAR FIGHTERS IN ALPHA DAWN
|June 4, 2007|
|Help spread the love?|
Please help get the word out about this project!! In any role-playing-based forums you post regularly in (or in any gallery-based sci-fi site) please add a simple little link in your signature? Simply something like:
Proud supporter of the Star Frontiers Revival !
And have the "Star Frontiers Revival" be a link to this site? I would appreciate the support. I get no income from any of this stuff, and so my only joy is seeing the project grow. The webzine can certainly use more submissions, and that will only come from project growth. So help spread the love! Thanks much.
|May 29, 2007|