A goose board game. The game board had to refer to a neighborhood in Brussels and was aimed at bringing locals to public spaces to play the game. Before doing any drawings I visited the district with the client and absorbed the atmosphere. Since the game would be played mainly by locals the client asked me to put in a lot of inside jokes. My first draught featured only two viewing angles.
I rotated the top part giving all players something to look at. This resulted in an optical rotated square within the square of the game board. These diagonals give a dynamic boost to the visual.
Converting everything to vectors. I intended to do an ink version this time. But I became frustrated halfway the pencil drawing.
The colored version turned out nicely. Forthcoming I will add extra images of the game board in action.
Even the clients apartment is depicted here.