Templar writer David Campbell is a Seattle area freelance writer. A graduate of The Evergreen State College, David has written TV and radio commercials, humor essays, short fiction, plays, dirty limericks, and articles for fine folks like Cracked and Family.com. David currently dabbles in comics and writes the popular blog Dave's Long Box, a lowbrow discussion of comic books and pop culture. Contact David at email@example.com.
Templar artist Ken Christiansen has over ten years of experience doing pre-production artwork for video games, and assisting with story development and game design. Before graduating Cornish College of the Arts in 1997, Ken started an internship with Big Bang Software, which was later absorbed into Nintendo Software Technology, in 1999. From there, Ken moved to Los Angeles to work for Disney Interactive in 2000. Parting ways with Disney in 2004, Ken started Bad Flip Productions, located in Glendale, California , continuing work as a conceptual designer and graphic novel artist in the Los Angeles area. For pricing and availability, contact firstname.lastname@example.org