Have you heard about the Undertale Charity Fanart Book hitting Kickstarter next month, organized by Gamers For Good? We can’t wait, and not just because Take This is one of the three non-profits that will benefit from the project’s proceeds (along with our friends at Anxiety Gaming and Child’s Play). We’re also eager to see the gorgeous art you’ve all been submitting since it was announced earlier this year.
Hearing about it for the first time now? Not to worry – Gamers For Good is accepting submissions, so you still have time to send in your masterpiece. You can submit your artwork over at the G4G website any time between now and October 16th.
The Kickstarter is expected to start on October 18th, and we’ll bring you more news about it then. For now, here’s what Gamers For Good has to say about the book:
With the participation and fundraising success of our last charity artbook, Gamers for Good is ready to do it again. This time around with Toby Fox’s blessing, we will be producing an Undertale Charity fan art book. Undertale challenged the way we as gamers played games, primarily what we thought was the standard way to play. It got us all talking, removing the “META” barriers, resulting in a deeply emotional experience.
Gamers for Good wants to challenge how the world thinks about mental health, remove the stigma. The proceeds of the Undertale Charity Fan artbook will benefit three incredible gamer related charities who are working in the mental health space.
So what are you waiting for? Send in your best work and make your goat mom proud.