|New phone with better camera soon, I hope.|
I continued to get a few board games in June too. After a few more plays of Tsuro, my daughter has learned another level to playing: "Stay away from daddy's piece." lol We also tried out a new game (for us) called Doodle Quest. I was not actually interested in Doodle Quest for myself, but it is a game that could improve her hand-eye development a lot, or at least it would seem to me to have that potential, so I picked it up for her.
Other than that, I'm headed to the beach on "vacation" next week. Anyway, hopefully it will give me a chance to post up my thoughts so far on Konflikt 47 and I've got a couple more rulesets I want to read through.
Oh yeah, one last thing. There was a kickstarter that almost broke me out of my anti-kickstarter shell: John Wick launched a kickstarter for a board game called War of the Cross. Set in the world of 7th Sea, I was really interested in this one but the kickstarter kinda fell flat. It has since been pulled and hopefully will return stronger and better.
I also made this:
I keep all my paints in a drawer, so I thought this would be pretty helpful when try to color match or determining color schemes. It was partly motivated by my vacation next week too: I've got a couple of color schemes I want to think through and thought this would be helpful in figuring them out. I have tried something like this out before, just with a simple journal, but did not like it because it was hard to add things where I wanted them and also it would (sometimes) not allow me to compare things side by side (unless I wanted to rip one of the sheets out). I can also hold these pieces right next to a painted sample for a better look. At the very least it was a good diversion one night when I didn't feel like doing "real" hobbying.
Anyway, hopefully some more updates/etc coming soon.