We had an old sketch we loved from the great artist David LaRocca who wasn't able to finish the piece for us. We are very lucky Tomas agreed to finish this one for us. Here is the Flaming Volley card from the Siege deck. It turned out great!
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So, he's been working on a project for us to make the back side for each of the 4 decks. Here's what he's made for us for the Siege deck. I love how the light spills through the window onto the stone! He even managed to get the city wall in there behind the catapult! Very excited to see the other three decks!
Here's his Salt the Earth from the Siege Deck, which actually finishes off the art for the entire deck! He recently contacted us and we're happy to have him join our already wonderful team of artists. Believe it or not, this is actually our 3rd incredible artist we're glad to have from Sweden!
We've got a new version of our game board, player boards, player aid cards, lots of game cards printed with the new art, plus 4 sets of matching 3D printed city walls and turrets for both stone and wood walls all finished and ready to take with us up to Seattle tonight! If you're going to make it to Pax, come by board game playtesting table H and sign up to play a game Saturday or Sunday from 10am-8pm (break from 2-4pm), or Monday 10am-2pm, or just come to check it out and say hi! There will be tons of other great game, too!
Did you know medieval sieging armies used to fling rotting animal carcasses over the walls to demoralize and spread disease among the defenders. Here's a look at his Fetid Meat from the Siege Deck!
Check out the Ladders card from the Siege Deck! I love seeing the smashed up towers!
He came back from vacation to make this beauty for us! The Catapult from the Siege Deck!
Check out some of the new cards. While the layout is still not quite finished and we've still got more art on the way, we're getting closer!
I love the look of the onslaught!
Check out the trench digging Siege card the Sappers!
Check out the Mangonel from the Siege Deck. Of course, there were several different siege weapons called mangonel during the middle ages. We went with the version that is similar to a trebuchet, which is more accurate but not quite as destructive, using the pulling power of troops rather than the classic counterweight style. Plus, we'll use the other most common version later!
Check out the Poisoned Well!
Check out Baconstrap's rendition of the Ballista!
Check out the new siege card art, Horses!
Check out the new Siege card from Thomas O. Muir, the Belfry Tower! For you medieval nerds out there, this is the OTHER kind of belfry tower (a siege weapon similar to a siege tower, but with a protected nest for archers at the top), rather than a church bell tower.
Check out his new art for the Battering Ram!