Author Archives: Boardcrafting
David Sopko has some very lucky friends. He created a wonderful wedding gift – a customized boxed set of Catan: Cities and Knights using Boardcrafting tiles, felt bags for the player pieces, and wooden trays for the cards. In his … Continue reading
The greatest thing about attending KublaCon last year was connecting with so many fellow board game enthusiasts, sharing ideas, and getting new inspiration. Jorge showed me a great example of mixing Boardcrafting tiles (he has the “Fancywood” edition with cherry and … Continue reading
One part of my Catan boards that doesn’t get enough attention is the backing. The backing is almost invisible during play, and it is obviously critical to keeping the frame together, but there’s one feature of the backing I haven’t … Continue reading
Last week, I launched Boardcrafting on Amazon. It was a bit of a challenge jumping through all their hoops – particularly for a small company like mine, as I don’t have any UPC codes or any pictures with a white … Continue reading
At the Stern Grove Music Festival this year I decided to encourage insect invaders on the picnic blanket. These are my personal set of Hive tiles, laser-cut and etched, with my own insect designs.
So this is cool… Filipe Lopez has started an Indiegogo campaign to make hybrid 3D-printed / sculpted player pieces for playing Settlers of Catan. The campaign is already funded but has some “stretch goals” to achieve. I think the pieces … Continue reading
Koji Matsumoto has created a beautiful take on a Settlers of Catan board. Entitled “Settlers of the Iron Throne”, it takes thematic guidance from the Song of Ice and Fire book series by George R.R. Martin (aka “Game of Thrones” … Continue reading
“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”, I guess. This is a product from Poland, with some familiar design.
A couple weeks ago I brought Boardcrafting to Kubla Con, and it was a weekend of learning and connecting. I’ve been devoting a lot of consideration and time to the marketing of my products this year. I had been thinking … Continue reading