Misfit Studios Role — Steven Trustrum
Duties at Misfit Studios
Running the show, writing, colouring art, graphic design (e.g., covers, logos, titles), operations, and anything else that needs doing.
Sept. 18, 1975
Steven Trustrum’s Personal Web Sites
Steven Trustrum’s Skills
- Book Layout
- Digital Colouring
- Game Design
- Graphic Design
- Online Content
- Project Management
- Role-Playing Game Writing
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Web Design
Steven Trustrum began Misfit Studios for many reasons. First, nothing beats being your own boss. Second, although he’s had some great experiences as a freelancer, there have also been times that made him want to quit the industry outright, so he felt it was time to do the kind of work that he wanted to be doing with people who also believed as he does: that role-playing games should be as fun for those making them as they are for those who play them.
An ideas man, Steven Trustrum freely admits there are not enough hours in the day to complete every project. He has files upon files of point form ideas written down with the expectation of one day finding a way to produce them as gaming products, books, or something else entirely. As if finding the time was not difficult enough before, an addition to Mr. Trustrum’s growing family in 2013 has caused him to reshuffle his schedule once again.
As part of the team that worked on DC Adventures: Heroes & Villains, Vol. 1 for Green Ronin‘s DC Adventures role-playing game (the latest DC comics RPG), Steven Trustrum co-won the gold Ennie in the “Best Monster/Adversary” category in 2012. He also worked on Volume 2, and helped playtest the original rules. Steven Trustrum was asked to participate in this project because of his vast experience writing and publishing under the rules for the previous edition of Mutants and Masterminds.