Here it is!! The finished product!! All printed and bound and beautiful.
I apologize that the pictures are sort of crappy and from when it was sitting on my lap in the car… I literally finished putting it together on the way to the signing (my printer jammed twice and I had to change the ink once, so it took longer than expected, hence the rush), but it still looked stunning.
Spoilers: Brandon LOVED it.
WHERE CAN I BUY THIS OR VIEW IT IN A WAY WHERE I CAN READ IT (via truthwatcher)
Hello, friends, I’ve had several people asking this question recently. The answer is here: THIS is the tag for all posts encompassing the creation of Where’s My Chull, and THIS is the tag for the five posts wherein I posted the final pages. That second tag is the one you want. It’s in order, and if you click on each picture,
just like any Tumblr photoset, they are big enough to read. The only page that was included in the final book but is not pictured in these photosets is the attributions page, because several people wanted their real names to go to Brandon but not to the internet (a list of attributions that is internet-safe can be found here).
As to the first part of the question, Where’s My Chull is not for sale. It was done for fun, as a gift to Brandon, and we did not and cannot profit from it. It’s like fanfiction, but with really awesome pictures, and I ask that you treat it as such: don’t repost it without attribution, don’t claim it as your own, don’t sell it, etc. The fandom has been really, really excellent so far about this project and has been very respectful of the fact that 12 people contributed without any thought of compensation, and I’m so grateful for that. Feel free to share it by sending that handy tag link I just gave you (you know, this one), as that has all the names of all the contributors attached to it. Since I made it available to the internet in picture format, I technically can’t stop you from sharing it, but the artists and I do ask that if you do print it out (which we can’t stop you from doing) you make sure you have the attributions and you make sure it’s just for personal use. Don’t print out, like, six copies and sell it on etsy or something, please; this whole thing was a gift for Brandon, it’s not for sale. I can’t stress that enough.
Like I said, the fandom has been really, really fantastic about this whole project and I am so, so grateful not only that it happened and that people contributed, but also that everyone else has been so respectful of the work that went into this. Cosmere fandom really is the best fandom.
(I didn’t mean to single you out, truthwatcher, and sorry about that, but it was a good opening to answer about five or six similar questions I’ve gotten in the past few weeks, so thanks and also sorry, you’re great)
I have yet to read any of the ‘Stormlight Archive’ series, but am reblogging this anyway because this is a perfect example of the kind of awesomeness that can be achieved when a fandom pulls together. Very much in awe of the folks who produced this - gorgeous job ♥