So I’d like try and make an ice surface for a bubble hockey hockey game similar to this:
But hopefully less than $218 and of course with my own graphics.
The challenges I’m seeing here are
- Creating an accurate drawing in the PC of this ice surface, including the cut outs.
- Figuring out a method of marking, painting, or printing onto a surface similar in texture and durability.
- Cutting accurate slots and holes so that the new ice drops into the game perfectly.
The sheet is similar to styrene and is about 1/16 inch thick which means most scanners can’t roll it through… (There are some HP DesignJets that can take like a 1/2inch, but I don’t know anyone with that)
Any ideas on any of these challenges would be appreciated.