Portfolio: Island of Ignorance

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   You can now download a 26 page PDF which collects together all handouts for “Island of Ignorance” in glorious colour! All handouts are presented in two forms — first as a relatively plain, texture free image (for people who like to print out props on specialty paper), and secondly in a form with texture and other special effects applied.

The download is 14.3MB.

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Island of Ignorance (the Third Cthulhu Companion) is the flagship book which launched Golden Goblin Press as a Call of Cthulhu licensee.

My involvement in this mammoth enterprise was relatively small … I have simply contributed a bunch of handouts for the book’s scenarios. I’m really happy with how they looked once placed in the book. Kudos to Badger McInnes, who provided an excellent layout.

For those who are curious, the original colour versions of my handouts are all reproduced below. There are currently plans afoot to assemble these (at higher resolution) into a free PDF of handouts for the Golden Goblin book. Watch this space for details 🙂

To see larger versions of the medium-res handout images, just click the thumbnails below.

Blue Uncertain Stumbling (Jeff Moeller)

Handout 2: Typewritten Investigator Notes summarizing research findings

Island of Ignorance - Blue Uncertain Stumbling 2 - Typed Investigator Notes

Handout 3: Typewritten Investigator Notes summarizing research findings

Island of Ignorance - Blue Uncertain Stumbling 3 - Typed Investigator Notes

Darkness Illuminated (Jon Hook)

Handout 1: Clipping from a 1926 Boston Newspaper

Island of Ignorance - Darkness Illuminated 1 - Newspaper Article

Let the Children Come To Me (Mark Shireman)

Handout 1: Clipping from a 1920s issue of The Aylesbury Transcript

Island of Ignorance - Let The Children Come 1 - Newspaper Article

Handout 2: Handwritten diary extracts from a 17th Century witch

Let The Children Come 2 - Witches Journal

Lonely Point Lighthouse (Oscar Rios)

Handout 1: Clipping from a 1920 issue of the New London Day

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 1 - Newspaper Article

Handout 2: Clipping from a 1919 issue of the New London Day

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 2 - Newspaper Article

Handout 3: Clipping from a 1917 issue of the New London Day

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 3 - Newspaper Article

Handout 4: Clipping from a 1922 issue of the New London Day

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 4 - Newspaper Article

Handout 5: Entries from a young girl’s handwritten journal

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 5A - Handwritten Journal EntriesIsland of Ignorance - Lonely Point 5B - Handwritten Journal EntriesClear Divider 700x10

Handout 6: A Handwritten Letter, sent but never read

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 6 - Handwritten LetterHandout 7: An Unifinished Handwritten Letter, inkstained and crumpled in a ball

Island of Ignorance - Lonely Point 7 - Crumpled Unfinished Letter

Consumption (Brian Sammons)

Handout 1: 1920s Massachusetts Drivers License

Island of Ignorance - Consumption 1 - Massachusetts Drivers License

Handout 2: A Store Receipt from an Arkham Store, 1909

Island of Ignorance - Consumption 2 - Store Receipt

Handout 3: Obiturary from the Arkham Advertiser, 1922

Island of Ignorance - Consumption 3 - Arkham Advertiser Obituary (front)Clear Divider 700x10

Handout 4: Clipping from the Arkham Advertiser, 1921

Island of Ignorance - Consumption 4 - Arkham Advertiser clipping (front)Clear Divider 700x10

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