I’ve uploaded some sample PDF work so that you can get an idea of my skills in layout and graphic design.
The first is a sampler from Amaranthine. As I posted before, I built all of the page backgrounds and graphics from scratch for this project. The rest should be pretty self explanatory, but I would be happy to answer any questions. You can download it here.
The next item is a quick summary of houserules I put together for a Shadowrun game. This pdf was put together over the course of a day or two, and was only intended to be circulated among my tabletop group, so it doesn’t have much polish. The intent was just to duplicate Adam Jury’s SR4a layout as quickly as possible, so I dropped in his page backgrounds and used the corebook as a visual reference. You can download it here.
The third piece was made about a year ago for a character I had been working on for a Vampire: the Requiem game. This was actually my first attempt at creating a proper pdf. It was built in about a week, during which time I taught myself ID and revised the text a little. Just like the Shadowrun pdf above, my goal was to replicate the look of White Wolf’s Vampire books. I had originally intended to add in some short fiction over time (hence the cover page with the odd title), but I never came back to it. You can download it here.