Looks great! Love the magnetic lids.
I love the look when you remove the lid. The contrast and shape gives so much interest.
So cool that you used scoring to simulate engraving! It does make the images pop. Thanks for the explanation; it makes me so glad that community members share their ‘how to’ with us.
Kind of reminds me of how comic books were drawn except they usually were cross hatched.
Looks great. I’ve been wanting to make some dice holder designs lately too
That’s in the works too! Basically the same design, but with layered compartments.
This was a gift for a frind who likes crows and TTRPGs.
Appealing design and execution, nice!
Nice work and enjoyed your explanation of how you got there!
These look amazing! Great work!
Will you be posting to the catalog?
You might be interested in my post from 2017:
Take a look at headliner material, it makes dice boxes feel really finished.
Check out his website. The files are for sale.
Good call, thanks!
This set is in my Etsy shop, where I’m trying to build up a better selection of files, but I’ve got a few ideas percolating in may head that may go to the catalog later.
Nice! Love the faux engrave. That adds a nice style and contrast. Lots you could do there.
You know that the LPI of an engraving goes down to 10? It is all straight lines and so not as many possibilities as parallel lines scored but very much easier than scoring actual lines. 10, 35, and 75 will leave spaces between the lines and move at least as fast as scoring actual lines.
I love the design. Being able to engrave things on the side panel really makes it stand out. kudos!
Yep, and I definitely could have gone that route here, but some of the designs I’ve been experimenting with are scored with concentric rings or crosshatching or wavy lines. I also like to have control over where the lines intersect so I don’t accidentally wind up with a line that’s even with a straight line in the image (like the feet of the meeple).
Awesome. Love the magnets.