Monday, June 21, 2010


Here's a different take on the sniper card :-)

"Hey, this red dot likes me"

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Shout Out To My Friend Danno!

Good to hear you have started making a Board Game of your own :-)
Let me know if you need any help in making your game. I have some experience in making wooden vehicles:

Here is a link to my friend Danno's Blog:

The Action Gang Board Game

Here are Peg-O's that I made a while ago. I don't know what gil has planned yet (I think this project has been set aside for a while) but I felt the minis should be posted. Maybe some encouragement would make gil post more about it :-)





Endeavor's of the Galactic Champions!

What's this? New Game? Action Figures? Or possibly a custom re-design of chess with a Mr Monkeytail's Workshop look to it :-D

Go Games Lab is looking into making a new rule to the game of chess, that can be used such as Castling, En Passant, and Promotion. We are keeping hush about this new rule until we complete the game.

But here are a few pics of some of the game pieces from Galactic Chess!

The Knight

The Bishop

(Recently added: A Staff instead of the sword. More appropriate I think)

The Rook

Size Difference



I sent an email out to my friend gil about a month ago regarding a good name I could trademark to describe these little wooden dudes. What I came up with is "PEGGERS." It sounded good until I went online and found out that its already a word used to describe a dirty sexual act.....believe me just Google that word :-(

So I looked around to see what other people where calling them and found a couple different names:
Peg People

I really like the name Peg-Pals but I need something a little more unique so I decided to go with Peg-O's :-D

I also found out that there are a lot of crafty sellers on Etsy that make Peg People (mostly as cake decorations). But all of the Peg People that I've seen don't have limbs. So I came up with a leveling system to determine the complexity of my Peg-O's vs their Peg People.

I consider these to be level 1 Peg Person because they are a single piece that have only been painted.
(This pic was taken from etsy)

I consider my creations to be a level 2 Peg Person because they have multiple pieces (limbs and accessories)to make up a more creative model :-D

I consider a level 3 Peg Person to have movable parts. Now I’ve been thinking of this and I drew up a blue print of what one might look like:
It kind looks like a lego man but with magnets for joints :-D
I would love to get good enough to make one of these but I’m going to need more practice before I attempt one!