Dennis Detwiller

Moving to Tumblr

In Uncategorized on May 14, 2012 at 7:35 am

Hey guys, just dropping a note to say I’m moving off of WordPress.

Please follow me on Twitter: @drgonzo123

Or check out my Tumblr site (with free downloads still in place and all) at:

If you still see this site with that address, please clear your cache.





In Art, Gaming, Writing on April 28, 2012 at 8:41 am

We’re at 245% on the Kickstarter for my Dreamlands campaign, THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN. About 375 people have pitched in, and nearly 250 hardcover books have been ordered. Unless some extraordinary breakthrough occurs, the book will not be available after this Kickstarter closes.

Even better, I’ve wrapped the cover image of the campaign. This acrylic painting took me ~20 hours, and was a heck of a lot of fun, especially the Man from Leng in the upper right hand corner.

So, those of you who haven’t pitched in, get out there and Kickstart the project a little more. Those of you who have, do what you can to promote it. Every dollar that goes to the project is another buck that keeps me working on RPGs and books and the things I love to do (and thanks for that!)

Delta Green: Science and Intel

In Art, Gaming, Writing on April 12, 2012 at 7:47 am

Delta Green is an odd organization. It employs a sort of Orwellian double-think when it comes to science, intel on Mythos creatures and “hyper-geometry” — the science of “magic”. When something anomalous is recovered, there is a limited inquiry by the group, not the kind of fascination such oddities would usually garner. The information is run up the flagpole to A-Cell.

Has the group seen it before? Are its methods, or methods to eliminate it known? If so, the specimen is discarded at the soonest opportunity. If not… many things can happen. A specialist (usually a Friendly) can be brought in, the specimen can be moved to a secure location for later study, or A-Cell can fear the recovery so much, they immediately order its destruction. Often, the motives of A-Cell are difficult to discern and their orders, though clear could mean so many things.