I shared these with Reddit yesterday and thought it'd be a good idea to do the same here.
As the title states, I've been gathering multiple sources of inspiration [you guys have a lot of great ideas] and making a few additions of my own to create thoughtfully laid out record sheets. Although I think the standard sheets are a great start, I wanted a unified design and system that was a bit harder working and with a bit more space to write-in various pieces of information.
The Character Sheet has been designed to work as a one-up full-page or printed front-to-back and cut in half. Player's choice. The Character Sheet will also work standalone without the right-half [or backside depending on how you choose to view it] if you're not into all the extra jazz.
The Resource Sheet has also been designed to work as a full-page or half-page, depending on your preference. And I added row of total boxes for the resources as I found looking at them at-a-glance can come in quite handy. Pretty basic and spoiler free, but should save the player a lot of writing and erasing over a long campaign.
The Settlement Sheet is a full page front-to-back design with plenty of room for additional notes and a few reminders about story event triggers throughout. A quick reference for both the settlement phase [as I know most people don't care to flip that hunt track over] as well as frequently referenced rules/terms can be found on the bottom back half.
Overall I had a lot of fun making these. Many of you have made a lot of great additions to what's already in the box and I hope a few of you find them useful on any future campaigns. Enjoy.