I got started with D&D back in about 1980 or so, and quickly became obsessed with the miniatures as much as the game. In 2009 I became interested in revisiting one of the first adventure games I ever owned, Heritage USA’s Crypt of the Sorcerer, and recreating and expanding that was the focus of this blog when I started blogging.
I’ve also made various games as Christmas presents in the past (chess sets and hnefatafl) and as a sideline decided to make some xmas presents based on the Heritage models “Paint & Play” games, Crypt of the Sorcerer and Caverns of Doom.
As these things tend to do, I’ve lost focus and pretty much post on any dorkery-related thing I have going on, so there is D&D stuff, and some library science stuff, and lots of miniatures stuff.
Update — began running a D&D campaign in 2010 which more or less took over the blog (“Telengard”). And in the process I started contributing stuff to other sites and entering a few contests — my One Page Dungeon entry for the 2011 contest won a prize (Belly of the beast) so I can, with mingled pride and irony, call myself an award-winning dungeon designer. I also got an “honorable mention” for a submission to Fight On! magazine’s upcoming book of tables. So I’ll see my work published there.