Whirling Witchcraft (or as my family calls it, the cube game)
The short description of the game
Whirling Witchcraft is a game for 2 to 5 players, where all players are witches. The witch sitting to the right of you is your nemesis and, of course, the one sitting to the left of you considers YOU to be their nemesis. Your objective is simple; be the first witch to clear your workbench of magical ingredients, or flood the workbench of your nemesis by more magical ingredients than they can handle! Each turn, you will choose a new recipe that converts your magical ingredients to more refined ingredients.
There’s is definitely a shift towards making MORE art directly on your tablet since Apple released the Apple pen for the iPad Pro. Many artists do like Ryan Goldsberry – creating most of their work on the tablet instead of their computer. I wondered if the tablet art could stand up to my demands for an art creation software? You can read more at gajotres.net to find out– I went through testing the most popular painting apps and will share my experience with each of them here.
Yes I know. You visit the pretty little place called GreenHookGames to get a dosis of great art – but there’s NOTHING there! My fault. The short story is that all my time was filled up with other exciting things that I will list here for you.
Making new Hero art for Skrald that we now gave an english title
Making a few sketches on characters for a Uptimegames
Helping with protoype art on a game by the Designer Erik Sundén
Trying to fix some ideas for a more compressed Cathedraw
I will be working on art on a new upcoming game by Fabricio Leotti
and finally making art and design for my own game “Party Survival” that will be on Fastaval 2019.
There are usually not so many comments on this website – and I have considered it being the fact that interviews don’t demand for commenting. But it could be a huge motivation factor for me. Therefore I will ask you – who is your favourite board game artist at the moment?
I will soon show you some of the art I’m making for Fabricio.
Erik Sundéns game is called Whirling Witchcraft and will hopefully be featured in an article here soon.
World of Waste (Skrald)
will be produced in a small batch soon to be used with school kids. Were are planning to pitch some publishers to see if we can find someone that wants to have this awesome set collection game in their portfolio. To that we also made a game page you should chack out (currently only in Danish).
Party Survival or Survival Party?
My game Party Survival (that I have been told does not really qualify as a party game ) has undergone a lot of changes and could have its own article. I am really thrilled on how it plays now and will need to test test test before Fastavals deadline.
The short story. I made CatheDraw a roll & write game and for a long time I wanted to fix some issues in it. I changed the game so it could be played without cutting cards and I added a threat to the gameplay. The threat being possible uprises & revolts. Now I put the game up for download because I want you to play it. I have used a lot of time trying to figure out the best way to present all the information on the Player Sheet.
How to score flying buttresses or stone pilasters?
You only score points when pilasters and flying buttresses are placed furthest to the left or right in the row they occupy. So in this example the two red ones score zero points and the ones marked with green score 9 points together.