Thursday, February 15, 2018

Demon City Preview With Sexy Sexy Layouts

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Haven't copy-edited the text yet so there's clear spelling and punc fuck-ups, but you get an idea what it'll look like.


And of course there's a typo right there on page one


8 comments:

Menace 3 Society said...

You're the artist, but my brain at least wants to have the CAT characteristics on one side and the PACK ones on the other. It looks possible, but you'd have to let the A in CAT be Appeal rather than Agility, and I don't know if the ordering matters on some level.

Zak Sabbath said...

@menace 3 society

The order's not important but could you expand a little on why you think that would be a good idea?

Jack B. said...

On the "What's Demon City" page, the first paragraph on the right hand side may work better spaced apart, descending down the page like in a poem or a list. I feel like the explanation proper starts in the paragraph beneath it, with the above serving as a sort of preamble. I think, if you wanted to, you could distinguish the first paragraph in italics, so it's read in that kind of 'quote' voice, if you know what I mean, if not the list. Obviously, just a suggestion, and I'm loving the design as a whole.

Thomas Hausman said...

I am pretty hyped for this game.

Stereotypical Marquis said...

Any idea on when it'll officially release?

remial said...

that is hella sexy

Menace 3 Society said...

@Zak The obvious way to read it to me is as two columns, I think in part because CATPACK itself is a column, in part because the CATPACK column creates a bigger left to right gap than there is top to bottom, and in part because the blurbs aren't all the same height - the top of Perception is higher than the top of Toughness, but T comes before P in the acronym.

It does occur to me that I'm looking at this on a laptop screen instead of a page, which might also be influencing the way intuitively interact with it, but I can't yet say for certain.

Ant Wu said...

Tarot is a bit hard to read for white-on-light colors. I get the neon colors being important thematically, but I think if there are some tricks to make reading easier it would be nice.