The Others Creeping Onto Your Tabletop Soon

May 27, 2014 by brennon

The Others: 7 Sins is a new combined project between Studio McVey and Guillotine Games looking to bring a new board game and more to the tabletop. See what you think of the miniature design and artwork so far!

7 Sins Artwork

Now that is some twisted design and something I think most of us would like to see become a reality. Here are the combined details we have so far thanks to a Facebook post by the team…

The material of the miniatures will be PVC. Dust Studio of Paolo Parente will be responsible of the manufacturing, the mold tooling and the quality control. His experience and his presence in Asia will assure an outstanding quality.

We have many many great names on the project the best sculptors available in the market and a team of incredible and talented artists: Adrian Smith (the master behind the creation of the 7 Sins), Karl and Stefan Kopinski, Paolo Parente, Richard Wright, Jacopo Camagni, Miguel Coimbra and Georges Clarenko. You will not be disappointed by such an incredible team!

The board game will be designed by Eric M. Lang (Chaos in the Old World, Quarriors!, Marvel Dice Masters and many other incredible titles)

The game will be published in 2015, but at Gen Con 2014 we will be able to show a large part of the work so far created.

Pride by Adrian Smith

Pride (Front)

Pride (Side)

Pride (Side #2)

Pride (Rear)

Above is the massive Pride and the artwork by Adrian Smith to accompany it. This has been sculpted by Jacques-Alexandre Gillois and stands at a whopping 100mm tall! Others sculpts are being worked on by Remy Tremblay and Juan Perez too! Pretty astounding don’t you think?

As you can see this is a veritable rogues gallery of awesome names and with the rather famous Eric M. Lang behind the game the mechanics should be pretty damn shored up.

I like the sound of another seemingly boutique board game coming out and if the news about Gen Con 2014 is anything to go by it won’t be long until we’re seeing more and more about this. Adrian Smith being behind some of the artwork is also a massive thing for me, I love his work.

What do you think?