There are two ways to do a hardcover book: casewrap and cloth. In a cloth book, the boards are covered with cloth (duh) and typically the book has a dust jacket. In a casewrap book, the boards are covered with printed paper. So all the AD&D hardcovers were casewrap, while the first editions of many novels are cloth. Lulu's casewraps tend to use a higher gloss paper that is popular nowadays.
I'm excited to see this.
Just headed to Lulu right now!
Ok, added those two. What else should I get? I'm up to NOD 21. I'll add a couple of those. What else?
Wow, an awesome achievement. Kudos to the creators!
This PDF is freaking sweet. Considering the sheer amount of material you get, the idea that it's free is ludicrous...but I'm grateful nonetheless.
More of my art seeing the light of day! YES!
i hear nice things about creature compendium.
Wow, I had forgotten about this. It's great to see my entry in there, and they did a great job of polishing it up too. And to the artist, Eugene Jaworski if he sees this, the picture for Malnor is fantastic! Really grabs that "Get back in ranks before I beat you for insubordination!" feel.
Be sure to get the hardcover, it's a thing of beauty. Amazing job by Richard LeBlanc.