About a month ago, I designed a custom Gaslight-era CoC character sheet for use in a (still upcoming) freebie scenario release I am typesetting. That sheet was themed around the Art Nouveau style popular with aesthetes and decadent sorts at the turn of the 20th Century. You can see that sheet in the thread: http://www.yog-sothoth.com/threads/2...hulhu-Gaslight.
One of the comments made in this thread was basically ... hey, that's all well and good ... but wouldn't it be great to do something similar for 1920s Cthulhu, using the Art Deco style (which sort of evolved out of Art Nouveau, but eventually became quite different). Well, never being one to shirk an an opportunity to spend hours of time on something with no obvious point ... I thought I would take up this nebulous challenge. And after a bit of work I have a completed design for a sheet.
You can read a longer and more rambling account of the process of designing the Art Deco sheet over at: http://cthulhureborn.wordpress.com/2...aracter-sheet/, where you can also download a PDF version of the sheet formatted for either A4 of US Letter sized paper.
But for those too lazy to click, here are a few snapshots of my work.
Front side of the sheet (scaled down):
Detail of my spiffingly brand new Art Deco-ish CoC Logo:
As always ... if you have any (non-commercial) use for this sheet, you are more than welcome to make it yours in whatever way you like. May it enrich your game with whole new realms of Art Deco-y goodness.
Dean (from Adelaide)