These styles look great and you let you create your own small booklet without much effort. The themes that you have your pages stylized according to their books they’re associated with. On earth the Khanna, players handbook, elemental evil are just a few of the styles you can add to these pages.
The GM Binder Final Thoughts
I really do like this one a lot more than Homebrewery. You can tell it was designed by a person who felt that Homebrewery was lacking certain aspects. I like how intuitive it is and how it lets you style your pages. Just like with Homebrewery you can save and view other people’s work. One thing they have that I really like is shortcuts. Just press two buttons and get a page break, column break, etc. quickly. If this sounds good to you check out The GM Binder.
Photoshopping Your Way To Homebrew
So this section will be smaller than you may be expected. This is because for D&D fifth edition there is already an article out there that explains what you need to do and how to do it along with providing you the resources to create your own homebrew in Photoshop. I use it as inspiration for creating similar documents but in other tabletop RPG games.
I will be linking the article at the bottom of the section however there are a few things to keep in mind. First, it does require Adobe Photoshop and some skills in that program. In addition, organizing and layout design are a lot less intuitive than the other two programs and requires a lot of manual movement. That being said it gives you a lot more freedom for what you want to do. It does take longer than Homebrewery and GM Binder since there are no functions that plug and play however, you get to put your ideas exactly where you want them.
Photoshop Final Thoughts
So any photo editor could work. The reason I am mentioning Photoshop is that it is what the article uses. In the article, it discusses how to do images and how to make them look great which is something that can be accomplished with the other two programs but Photoshop gives you full control of where to put them. Even if Photoshop is something you have no desire to do I still would recommend checking out PHB Homebrewing Tutorial for nothing less than some good ideas.