**Campaign Ended September 15, 2019**
Hello All! I am so excited to announce that my very first Kickstarter Campaign is Live Now!
Please consider visiting my Tanglewood Full Size (24″x36″) Poster on Kickstarter.
What is my Kickstarter offering? I’m glad you asked:
A beautiful full sized (24″x36″) colour Tanglewood Poster depicting the video game Tanglewood by Big Evil Corporation.
The wonderful artwork depicted in this Tanglewood Poster was created by the very talented Luis Martins. Luis has been a creative tour de force for many modern retro video games; including creating the cover art for Tanglewood and the infamous Paprium.
Want to see the Dude behind Retro Megabit? Watch my video for all the details and a preview of the Tanglewood Poster:
I’d like to extend a heartfelt ‘Thank You’ to Matt Phillips the creator of Tanglewood and founder of Big Evil Corporation for making this project possible. This Tanglewood Poster is licensed by Big Evil Corporation and is an official Tanglewood product.
And of course, an equally giant ‘Thank You’ to Luis Martins for creating such a wonderful piece of art. I personally feel Luis’ work has captured the incredibly strong emotion that Tanglewood the video game has crafted.
Anything you can do to help spread the word would be greatly appreciated. This is a project for retro gaming fans and I’m very hopeful that this Tanglewood Poster is something many of us will enjoy.
Tanglewood Full Size (24″x36″) Poster Kickstarter
Update: So my beloved Kickstarter came and went amassing only 12% of the required goal for a successful campaign. Of course I really wanted to be able to print and ship this wonderful poster but even after failing I have found some satisfaction in the fact that I did try and I honestly believe I put in a good effort despite the results.
I still refuse to believe that there aren’t 100 people out there who want a beautiful Tanglewood Poster. Tanglewood the game is brilliant and the games cover art is beautiful. I’m sure I just wasn’t able to find the right crowd. And for that I do apologize. If I can find a way to re-invent this project I certainly will.