Dungeons and Dragons GAMMA FIVE!Last year I wrote a conversion of the Gamma World setting for the fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons. All the stuff was up on the D&D forums, but it seems they're going to be shut down. So I'm going to put the links down here!Dungeons and Dragons GAMMA FIVE! by Araknophobia
Basic conversion (character creation, equipment): http://www.mediafire.com/download/8bjxlearp46cglk/GAMMA+FIVE+DOCUMENT.pdf
DLC (expansion): http://www.mediafire.com/download/f7bk01mgrmje58r/GAMMA+FIVE+DLC.pdf
Character sheet (color): http://www.mediafire.com/download/s6bv0h3hbhcohcc/Character+sheet.pdf
Character sheet (black and white): http://www.mediafire.com/download/oov1mla2trdv9aw/Character+sheet+BW.pdf
Enjoy, share, play!!!
A Discussion On Backgrounds In Paintings
Traditional Art Week
Background is called the matrix of a painting. Something that holds the foreground or main subject to our focus. Even though, we often neglect this stepping stone. And this element should be discussed separately because this the principle step that even comes before the composition sometimes. If you have nothing to hold it, what fate becomes of your precious creation?
Before we analyze the elements of a background, we must understand what is background actually.
Background is not a solid object or patch of colour which you must put behind your painting to support it. No. Background is the space that surrounds your painting. It is the only way with which your painting relates to the surrounding at the very first place. It is where your sight is tricked into distance.
While we are talking about backgrounds, we should in