As most of you probably know, the second print run of Candycreeps is currently being funded on Kickstarter. But today I’d like to talk about a different Kickstarter that’s going on right now: Prismatic Art Collection.     Whenever people start debating the lack of diversity in gaming art, someone comes along and says, “So how do you fix it? How do you get artists to draw more fantasy heroes of color? How do you get more publishers to include more diverse art and characters in their games?” Prismatic Art Collection answers those questions by saying, “We’ll get artists to draw the pictures by paying them to do so, and we’ll get game publishers to use them by giving them away for free.” It’s so simple, I’m a little embarrassed I didn’t think of it first. Organized by Tracy Hurley of the ENnie-nominated and Daniel Solis of Smart Play Games, Prismatic Art Collection is raising money to hire artists to generate fantasy art featuring more diverse characters. The art will be put up under a Creative Commons license so anybody looking for RPG art can use it for free. It’s an awesome plan, and the art so far looks spectacular. So go check out Prismatic Art Collection on Kickstarter and tell your friends.