Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Inked Adventures on Etsy and DTRPG. Shopping is not just for Christmas, but please shop at Christmas as well :)

I can't believe I've become the sort of person who types "Christmas is nearly upon us" (oh boy, the grinding self-loathing, I'm feeling right now), but I really need to point out that for customers outside the UK, that we're just about on top of the final posting period if you want to buy cards or dice trays for loved ones, (and possibly, less loved) dungeon masters.

Playing cards, accessories, dice trays:

Inked Adventures Etsy Store  -  www.etsy.com/uk/shop/InkedAdventures

On the other hand, the instant pleasure of the digital' will be ongoing, delayed only by server crashes.  The Inked Adventures DriveThruRPG store is always eager to serve you in a click (but you have to print the tiles before wrapping ...). ;)

Inked Adventures on DriveThruRPG   -  www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/3261/Inked-Adventures

Here's wishing you a happy generic holidays and remember, "Shopping is not just for Christmas!" ;)  :D

Thank you for your ongoing interest in Inked Adventures (and your money, ooh, we like the money, no really, we do...).

Monday, 30 October 2017

Inked Adventures Dry-Erase Counters

Inked Adventures Dry-Erase Counters in packet

Inked Adventures Dry Erase Counters are now in our Etsy store.

These are hand made 1-inch diameter laminate card topped counters, or tokens, with a black rubberised backing.   Words, symbols or drawings can be added on the easy-wipe surface with a dry-erase marker (white-board marker pen) to represent PCs, monsters, scenery, life-tokens, bonus and condition markers or even as coins.  The border line-art illustration was designed in pen by Billiam Babble.

15 counters per pack. Please read the product page description before purchasing.

If it says "sold out", we're almost certainly making more and will be restocking soon. :)

Dry-Erase Counters on Etsy (link)

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Loughborough Comic-Con 2017

This is a quick post to thank all those who attended Loughborough Comic-Con 2017 last Sunday, chatted and bought from me, and all the friends and followers on social networks who wished me luck in my first solo-journey into the world of "the real" (I was a little nervous!).  Before now, my stores have been firmly of the web-based kind, but I have been understudying Con' trading with All Rolled Up UK team, who have taught me much in short space of time.  It was a really great experience and I hardly had time to go around around the Con myself, but, from corner of the eye glimpses, it seems to have been quite a hit with the locals.  Loughborough Comic Con was organised by Creed Conventions.

Inked Adventures table at Loughborough Comic-Con 2017
The Inked Adventures table, just after being set-up
in preparation for Loughborough Comic-Con 2017

I totally that recommend that you check out the #loughboroughcomiccon tag on Instagram to get a sense of the variety of displays, celebrities, cosplayers and traders.  (Also on IG: a scavenging Jawa at my stall, deplorable creatures!)   Loughborough Echo article here.

The oft not-photographed Billiam Babble (me, Will) at Loughborough Comic-Con 2017 (Will stands behind stall, looking bemused)
The oft not-photographed Billiam Babble
(illustrator-trader, me, Will, seen outside my natural habitat)
at Loughborough Comic-Con 2017.
Photo courtesy of Mr. J. Bell.

Thanks for reading and I hope you're all having a good week. :)