We currently have 128 images covering 104 games, not counting Aisle: the current status stands at
Cover art submitted and accepted, or submitted by author:
The Act of Misdirection, by Callico Harrison An Act of Murder, by Chris Huang Adventurer’s Consumer Guide, by Øyvind Thorsby All Roads, by Jon Ingold And the Waves Choke the Wind, by Gunther Schmidl Attack of the Yeti Robot Zombies, by Øyvind Thorsby Augmented Fourth, by Brian Uri! Balances, by Graham Nelson The Baron, by Victor Gijsbers Being Andrew Plotkin, by J. Robinson Wheeler Blighted Isle, by Eric Eve Blue Lacuna, by Aaron Reed Cryptozookeeper, by Robb Sherwin Coke Is It!, by various Dangerous Curves, by Irene Callaci The Edifice, by Lucian Smith An Escape To Remember, by IF Whispers Fate, by Victor Gijsbers A Fine Day for Reaping, by James Webb Fine Tuned, by Dennis Jerz For a Change, by Dan Schmidt Gardening for Beginners, by Juhana Leinonen Gourmet, by Aaron Reed Help! My Vacuum Cleaner is Broken!, by Admiral Jota LASH, by Paul O’Brian Learning to Cross, by Mark J. Musante Losing Your Grip, by Stephen Granade Lost Pig, by Admiral Jota Moon-Shaped, by Jason Ermer Mother Loose, by Irene Callaci My Name is Jack Mills, by Juhana Leinonen Nothing But Mazes, by Greg Boettcher Pass the Banana, by Admiral Jota Persistence of Memory, by Jason Dyer Photograph, by Steve Evans Revenger, by Robb Sherwin A Simple Theft, by Mark Musante Snowblind Aces, by C. E. J. Pacian To Hell in a Hamper, by J. J. Guest Treasures of a Slaver’s Kingdom, by S. John Ross Undertow, by Stephen Granade Voices, by Aris Katsaris Waystation, by Stephen Granade The Weapon, by Sean Barrett Wearing the Claw, by Paul O’Brian Whom the Telling Changed, by Aaron Reed
Cover art submitted and declined or supplanted by other art:
Aisle, by Sam Barlow
Cover art submitted:
Ad Verbum, by Nick Montfort All Hope Abandon, by Eric Eve Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry Bad Machine, by Dan Shiovitz The Beetmonger’s Journal, by Scott Starkey Breath Pirates, by Mike Snyder A Change in the Weather, by Andrew Plotkin Chicken and Egg, by Adam Thornton The Chinese Room, by Harry Giles and Joey Jones Choose Your Own Romance, by David Dyte Christminster, by Gareth Rees The Corn Identity, by IF Whispers The Cove, by Kathleen Fischer A Day for Soft Food, by Tod Levi Deadline Enchanter, by Alan DeNiro Degeneracy, by Leonard Richardson Delightful Wallpaper, by Andrew Plotkin Delusions, by C. E. Forman Desert Heat, by Papillon A Dino’s Night Out, by Aris Katsaris Distress, by Mike Snyder The Djinni Chronicles, by J. D. Berry Downtown Tokyo, Present Day, by John Kean Elizabeth Hawke’s Forever Always, by Iain Merrick Enlightenment, by Taro Ogawa Firebird, by Bonnie Montgomery Goldilocks is a FOX!, by J.J. Guest The Gostak, by Carl Muckenhoupt House of Dream of Moon, by IF Whispers Hunter, in Darkness, by Andrew Plotkin In the End 2, by Adam Thornton Janitor, by Peter Seebach and Kevin Lynn Katana, by Matt Rohde King of Shreds and Patches, by Jimmy Maher The Land of the Cyclops, by Francesco Cordella and Simone Di Conza Legerdemain, by Nathan Jerpe Letters from Home, by Roger Firth Lost New York, by Neil deMause Luminous Horizon, by Paul O’Brian Lunatix — The Insanity Circle, by Mike Snyder Masquerade, by Kathleen Fischer Not Just an Ordinary Ballerina, by Jim Aikin The One That Got Away, by Leon Lin Rameses, by Stephen Bond Rematch, by Andrew Pontious Ribbons, by J. D. Berry Scavenger, by Quintin Stone Shade, by Andrew Plotkin She’s Got a Thing for a Spring, by Brent VanFossen Sins Against Mimesis, by Adam Thornton Spider and Web, by Andrew Plotkin Square Circle, by Eric Eve Sting of the Wasp, by Jason Devlin Tales of the Traveling Swordsman, by Mike Snyder The Tarot Reading, by Michael Penman Theatre, by Brendon Wyber Trading Punches, by Mike Snyder Worlds Apart, by Suzanne Britton
> We currently have 128 images covering 104 games, not counting Aisle: > the current status stands at [snip]
I'm amazed by how many good looking covers this drive produced. I almost feel that my creation (for Augmented Fourth) isn't worthy to be in such company, but it was happily accepted by the author and I'm happy to have contributed in a small way.
Now that the drive is over, that doesn't have to mean that covers will no more be produced. New games will be written. If anyone else liked the cover I made and feel that something in that style would fit their game, feel free to ask me if I'd like to draw something for you. You know where to find my e-mail address.
On Apr 30, 12:48 pm, Rikard Peterson <trumgott...@bigfoot.com> wrote:
> Now that the drive is over, that doesn't have to mean that covers will > no more be produced.
A number of people have now asked me whether the art drive could be an on-going or recurring project. Personally I think that having a set period for contributions actually meant that we got more than we would with a permanent installation: a time-frame gives people some impetus to act *now*, instead of in the indefinite future.
I'm not sure I'm likely to run such a thing again myself -- I'm not absolutely opposed, but I am perennially overcommitted, so I don't want to promise to do this again. But someone else could! I'll probably post in a few days about lessons learned from running the drive, so that if anyone wants to do it again in the future, they have the benefit (such as it is) of my experience this time.
On Apr 30, 8:18 am, Emily Short <emsh...@mindspring.com> wrote:
> The IF Cover Art Drive ends today
I just want to say a big thanks here to everybody who contributed to this drive. As an author, it's a real thrill to have somebody create something based on your own work. For my own part, sincere thanks go to Josh Lawrence, Admiral Jota, Benjamin Brandt, Alex Rohr, J. Robinson Wheeler, and Eric Newsom. Each image made me happy.