Tabletop game graphic design

I was commissioned to provide tabletop game graphic design for the upcoming dice and card game, Flip Switch and Roll.

The Noble Artist tabletop game art and graphic design for Flip, Switch and Roll by Word of Mouth Games.

I worked with Dexter Churchus, designer of the game to produce the box artwork and graphic design, the rulebook and to ensure the game was ready for print by artworking the cards and game elements. Dexter took the game to UK Games Expo and it got a fantastic reception.

Pivot!

We actually changed the art direction of the box during production, and I’m really glad we ended up giving it a second pass. Loved the first idea , a very cool ‘break in case of emergency’ piece of artwork for the box, then the rulebook (the first thing you’d see on opening) would have what looked like the same image but with broken glass on it. The only trouble was, the ‘Break glass in case of emergency’ felt like part of the title, which made it all feel very wordy as a game. So we revisited and just created a dynamic sense of play to the cover using the game elements.

Game box rear for tabletop game Flip Switch and Roll. Art and graphic design by The Noble Artist
Box rear and sides

Make sure to follow along with the launch

Follow along with the launch of the game by following Word of Mouth Games on their social media, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Do you need tabletop game graphic design or illustration?

If you’re looking for a tabletop game artist, feel free to snoop through my illustration portfolio or head straight over to contact me for work, where you’ll find my email address and some handy forms which guide you through some of the starting info I’ll need to be able to quote for you. Typically I’m booked up a month ahead of time, but do drop me a line if you have anything time sensitive, sometimes I’m able to move things around in a pinch. Hope to hear from you! In the meantime, stay informed of my new work and availability and sign up for the mailing list.

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I love my job. I’ve always wanted to be an artist working on fantasy settings, creating worlds that give people real escapism and suspend their disbelief. One of the things I absolutely love though, is the interaction with people who are following along with what I’m doing. Hearing comments, and seeing my work make it’s way around the world makes me so happy!

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