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Former Blizzard artist Even Mehl Amundsen is publishing a year's worth of fantasy art

366 days, 366 sketches telling 366 stories, some smaller, some greater

Evan Mehl Amundsen, previously an artist for Blizzard Entertainment, has put together several volumes with a year's worth of fantasy sketches he has done over 366 consecutive days. TEGN - Book One will be the first of three volumes to be released, and Amundsen has started a Kickstarter project with several large perks reminiscent of Blizzard's special edition releases for their games.

Additionally to the book we will have tiers that include prints and bookmarks. We will also offer a few limited tiers like signed copies of the book and a premium handmade version of TEGN - Book One.

According to Amundsen, TEGN has three meanings in Norwegian. It can mean 'draw', 'mark' or 'symbol', or it can mean 'omen'. This is why he felt it is appropriate for the book. If one looks at the [Kickstarter Campaign]

(, it is obvious that Amundsen put a lot of thought into this project, dealing with matters from printing and shipping, publishing, and risks.

I personally hope to get a copy of this volume for Pulse Entertainment.

Shaun M Jooste

Author of Celenic Earth Chronicles and Silent Hill: Betrayal

Chief Publisher at Celenic Earth Publications