Fantasie-Spiele-Box – 2×4-Wettbewerbsbeitrag

Es hat alles mit einer Idee für ein Schachbrett angefangen, gefolgt von der Idee es für andere Spiele ebenfalls nutzen zu können. Von da war es nur ein kurzer Sprung zu Fantasy-inspirierten Spielfiguren. Und da ich das Projekt nicht so weit bekommen habe wie erhofft habe ich mich entschieden den künstlerisch wertvollen Ansatz zu wählen. Viel Spaß, und denkt daran euch inspirieren zu lassen!

Wer ist wer in der Fantasy-Spiele-Box?

Nur für den Fall, dass es sich nicht durch das Video erschließt, hier sind die Bewohner der Spielebox:

Ja, hier fehlt noch die Übersetzung – wird nachgeholt, keine Sorge!

Angels – the light blue ones with the gentle curve. I think my lack of time actually shows best – or worst – in their faces. I initially wanted to turn them without the little knob on top, but I wanted to play it safe and not have them explode on me on the lathe.

Barrels – Have you ever seena  proper Drawf without a barrel of mead? Well, that and they were simple enough to make.

Demons – the blocky red ones, bringing some evil into the game.

Dwarves – prone to armor and working with stone, these dwarves are actually of the same size as most other pieces. Apparently, size does not matter after all.

Elves – round and with some ornamental details, not to mention strange eyes. I am not too happy with how they turned out, but they did get little ears.

Grinding Stones – mainly meant to fill up the ranks to make for eight different pieces in order to make chess a possibility, they might also come in handy for a game of merels

Humans – every fantasy setting needs humans. That does not mean that they actually carry any weight in it. Although, delf-centered as we are, they usually do.

Orks – It just is not Fantasy without this green epitome of blunt force. Trauma included.

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