Hi all I'm creating this conversation so those of us interested in continuing working on the What's in season? boardgame we created during Thursday's workshop can discuss it.
So, who's in?
I am!So, shall we focus on what we need to do to proceed in the project?The first step should be putting the game elements like digitalising the art and continuing with playtests.
For the first step we digitalise the art. Gaspard and June, are you in for the project?
And, the rest of us can get organised for the playlets?
List of veggies and fruits for the 3D game pieces: strawberry, tomatoe, pear, cucumber, mushroom, brocoli, beetroot, potatoe, date, cauliflower, pumpkin, apricot, carrot, chestnut
I was part of the initial group but I'd like to continue this project
@Alexandre_duarte You are super welcome!
@Pauline_Chevalin, @Alexandre_duarte, @nesrin, @Selim, @Shivam and June but I can't get your handle: Gaspard finished the drawings of the veggies so we can move to the next step!
Spring and Autumn are on the drive, he'll add Winter and Summer soon. Next job is to take each drawing and copy it to two of the cards in the gridVeggies file. Then we will engrave it with the laser cutter So say here if you're doing part of it so we can move forward on this project! Go people \o/ And good job, Gaspard
Just did Spring and Autumn
The work done by Gaspard, needs to be done using the laser cut. Who feels bit comfortable with laser cut? Pauline?
Printing a test! Come to the lab if you want to see the garlic
Tried my hand at 3D design this morning with my brother, what do you think of this pear?
I've made a potato and a cauliflower too, I'm putting everything on the drive, don't hesitate to comment or play with it (I'm using Blender)