Reanna Day Wright
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Escape Wonderland Adventure Board Game

To design a fully functioning board game including game pieces, board, cards, directions, and box. Have fun and experiment with typography, graphics, and illustration while making something that's enjoyable to play and design. 

  Inspired by the classic tale of Alice in Wonderland, along with the whimsically dark tones of Tim Burton’s new adaptation, I created a full board game called Escape Wonderland.

Inspired by the classic tale of Alice in Wonderland, along with the whimsically dark tones of Tim Burton’s new adaptation, I created a full board game called Escape Wonderland.

 I utilized Adobe Capture technology to automatically vectorize my hand drawn sketches directly on my iPhone and saved into my CC Library. Instantly available in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop I was then able to refine and paint the vectors to achieve my desired look. The logo for the game was also hand-lettered and vectorized by myself using the Adobe CC seamless workflow.

I utilized Adobe Capture technology to automatically vectorize my hand drawn sketches directly on my iPhone and saved into my CC Library. Instantly available in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop I was then able to refine and paint the vectors to achieve my desired look. The logo for the game was also hand-lettered and vectorized by myself using the Adobe CC seamless workflow.

 “Drink Me” Cards will make you shrink smaller causing you to progress slower, going along with the same concepts from the book.

“Drink Me” Cards will make you shrink smaller causing you to progress slower, going along with the same concepts from the book.

 Two to four players, ages eight and up, can explore the famous locations and characters from the book as they travel across the board that I digitally illustrated by hand.

Two to four players, ages eight and up, can explore the famous locations and characters from the book as they travel across the board that I digitally illustrated by hand.

 Using a pair of dice, players move across the board and randomly have a chance to land on a mushroom space, where they would pick from the “Eat Me” card pile, or a potion bottle space, where they would pick from the “Drink Me” card pile. Random surprises and hidden messages within the game make it a fun experience for all!

Using a pair of dice, players move across the board and randomly have a chance to land on a mushroom space, where they would pick from the “Eat Me” card pile, or a potion bottle space, where they would pick from the “Drink Me” card pile. Random surprises and hidden messages within the game make it a fun experience for all!

 Players choose a game piece from the four playing card symbols, which were lazer-cut out of wood and hand painted by me with different metallic colors for easy differentiation.

Players choose a game piece from the four playing card symbols, which were lazer-cut out of wood and hand painted by me with different metallic colors for easy differentiation.

 “Eat Me” Cards tend to make players grow larger allowing then to move faster around the board.

“Eat Me” Cards tend to make players grow larger allowing then to move faster around the board.

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