If you happened to check the Advanced World Info page on the Theatrics site the other day, you may have noticed the gorgeous artwork that accompanied the article on shopping in Aurelia. This particular piece comes courtesy of Lauren Franklin from our MIAD artist group.
Amidst keeping Aurelia afloat with moderation, calls to action, and video entries, our very own Lisa England continues to find time to write articles as well, such as her latest piece for Mythic Scribes. If you’re not familiar with the site, they are dedicated to offering tips and tricks on writing your very own fantasy world. In this particular article, Lisa offers a few various mediums you could try using to help spread your mythos. As always, click the image to be taken to the article.
A couple weeks ago, Lisa went down to the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design to commission some artwork from some of the students for a class. Now we’re starting to see some of the fruits of their effort, like this street scene by Casey Hoagland. Stay tuned for even more great pieces, coming soon!
Yesterday we were featured on the site Turnstyle, and we couldn’t be prouder. The article covers how exactly Aurelia works, along with featuring comments from Lisa. So the next time your friends say, “What exactly is Aurelia: Edge of Darkness/Theatrics/an interactive web series?” this can help back you up. Go ahead and click the image to see for yourself.
This past week, the Daily Steampunk blog reached out to us for an interview about Aurelia. We happily obliged and discussed steampunk’s influence on Aurelia, among other things. It includes contributions from Lisa, Kelly, and the Marketing Director for Theatrics, Nick DeMartino. Read the interview yourself by clicking the image:
Have a seat, relax, and let go of the stresses and turmoils of Aurelia for a while as you have a bite to eat at Octavia’s Gastronomia, a brand-new story location now rendered in full color by artist Julie Roth.