2024-02-17 (Sa) Gravy Shock Ship Status cards

There were a lot of excellent options for cardbacks in my collection, so I picked a techy one. I stretched it to fit the card proportions, added text to the back, and blacked out the border. It does not quite match the aesthetic of other cards, but I am more concerned with making a complete set and getting it to people for testing than obsessing over minutiae.
Card back for Carrier deck

I approached the Ship Status cards the same way. The back did not match anything, but the cockpit pictures for the faces were cohesive. I tried to add five 10mm squares, but GIMP did not make it easy to input precise locations, so I created the shapes in QCAD, a drafting program, and imported the result. I toyed with plain, foggy squares, but I settled on ones with a black border. Each cockpit has a different color theme that matches 10mm cubes available on thegamecrafter.com.
Damage tracking cards

Files on GitHub.
Interactive 3D houseboat model.

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