PiecepackArt

Last edit

Summary: added idea for use of painted tiles

Added:

> If you're still looking for ideas I have one. You could use them as feature tiles in an area otherwise covered in plain tiles, like this http://www.wildarttiles.com/USERIMAGES/bathroomgallery3.jpg


Piecepack Art

This page is for art related to the piecepack. Other piecepack art pages:

Ceramic piecepack tiles

Here are some tiles that TheEradicator, MeredithHale? made as a Christmas present for the PortAuthority?, RonHaleEvans in 2006. They are hand-painted square ceramic tiles, four inches on a side and about a quarter-inch thick.

Face-up

This ceramic tile shows four piecepack tiles in play, face up. The piecepack tiles are two inches square, actual size for MesomorphGames piecepacks.

http://www.ludism.org/attachments/ppwiki/fronts_sm.jpg

Face-down

four piecepack tiles in play, face down.

http://www.ludism.org/attachments/ppwiki/backs_sm.jpg

Arms tile

This ceramic tile depicts a single Ace of Arms. It is four times actual size.

The Icehouse folks have giant Icehouse sets for conventions. Why not a giant piecepack?

http://www.ludism.org/attachments/ppwiki/arms_sm.jpg

Logo

This ceramic tile shows the piecepack logo. It was modeled after the MesomorphGames version.

http://www.ludism.org/attachments/ppwiki/logo_sm.jpg

What to do, what to do?

Anyone have any creative uses for these tiles, or ideas about how to display them? I like them much too much just to use them as coasters, even though that's what they're meant to be.

-- RonHale-Evans [[DateTime?(2007-01-10T06:45:22Z)]]

If you're still looking for ideas I have one. You could use them as feature tiles in an area otherwise covered in plain tiles, like this http://www.wildarttiles.com/USERIMAGES/bathroomgallery3.jpg