One of my favorite baddies from the game re-imagined as a stamp in the Bosses set. All hail Tutankoopa.
While I can't take credit for his awesome design, I did manage to cook up a menacing backdrop for him. All hail Tutankoopa! Green and purple were used to evoke the spirit of villainy while the crooked pattern suggests destabilization - perfect for baddies!
The blue shell returns - in stamp form! It's here as a part of the item collection and not as the bane of every player's existence in Mario Kart.
Blue Shell Breakdown
Credit to the masters for all things Koopa and shell related. I went with a light blue motif for the items set and coupled it against a complementary orange based backdrop. The interlocked hexagon shapes helped to add a sense of security to the this collection. Just like items do in real life, or real life video games at least.
Coins - From Illustrator to MDF
Down below you'll see how I made the coins for the game. I designed them first in Illustrator then took those files to a laser cutter. I double "printed" on both sides before making the final cuts so that each coin displayed its value on the reverse side.
Here's the repeating pattern for the "one" coin.
Here are all the completed coins for the game. Fronts and backs.
Coin Storage Box
Can't have coins without a box to store them in. And you can't store them in just any box!
Sample Selection of Cards
Here's a small look at a variety of games used in the game. Printed on standard paper, adhered to card stock, then double cold laminated to create an official look.