The Art of Oh Cluck!, and a preview.

The art of Oh Cluck! was quite a hit at Con on the Cob, a true testament to the love and passion Ray has for bringing our games to life. If you’re curious how Ray has created our Roosters, stick around. If you don’t care, you’re going to miss out on a preview.

Step 1: Lets get the idea on paper
Everything starts with paper and pencil for Ray. First sketch of Seth, a Stretch Goal in the Kickstarter Campaign

After Ray is comfortable with the feel of a sketch, it’s on to;

Step 2: Get that sketch into Illustrator
Even if it’s just a photograph of the artwork and not a scan, it gets imported into Illustrator, where Ray defines the lines.

Seth, imported into Illustrator, and inked. His form has been finalized and defined

After Ray has the art to this point, the rest is Coloring, and applying card templating

Step 3: Make that Rooster Crow!
After applying a background and color to the rooster, they find their final home inside the template of a card. This includes adding the color cutout, name, text, as well as any feathers and eggs that the card may require.

Ray, putting the final touches on a card in Illustrator.

Meet Seth!
Some of you may be staring at Seth, and then looking through your Bootleg Editions of Oh Cluck! wondering where he is!

Well, Seth is not there. But fear not! You can own Seth soon! Seth is part of our upcoming Kickstarter Campaign as a stretch goal.