Today I got my final game pieces laser cut and the artwork printed and this is how the real game pieces look now that they are complete:
They are now a lot more contemporary and fit with the overall style of the board game. I have used the monochrome colours from the game board along with a very small amount of colour to make them stand out from the board. The bases of the game pieces have colour, so it will be easy to see them on the board.
Black and White
The black and white game pieces show what they would look like without colour.
Colour and Pattern
These are the final game pieces which are a lot more contemporary, they have patterns and colours taken from the cards with hits of grey tones taken from the game board to tie the whole game together.
The school can tailor the game to fit the demographic of the school by downloading additional cultural game pieces for the game that represents their school community from the website. This will allow them to select a cultural game piece relevant to the demographic and each will be available as a male or female game piece of that culture.
These will be either available in full colour or there could be the option to print off a black and white line version to allow the children to colour them in as they wish.