Introducing Best Chessmen Ever Blitz

ifekali

All that prototyping finally bore fruit. Introducing BCE Stage 1 Eastern Blitz set optimized for stability and speed.

-Izmet Fekali

 

 

sound67

The cream colour looks great - the yellow reminds me of certain traffic signs.

QtoQlevel3
ifekali wrote:

All that prototyping finally bore fruit. Introducing BCE Stage 1 Eastern Blitz set optimized for stability and speed.

 

-Izmet Fekali

 

 

If I may ask could you post a picture of the completed set of vanilla white and black prototypes just to get a visual perspective, from pawn to king (12 pieces total black and vanilla white)?Thank you, sir. 

Player_Breyer
sound67 wrote:

The cream colour looks great - the yellow reminds me of certain traffic signs.

The cream colour is wood actually...I think so...

1517loft
Is there a photo that is supposed to accompany the first post, ifekali? I’m not seeing it if there is. Thanks
ifekali

There is a video and I inserted a couple of photos post festum.

-Izmet Fekali

 

1517loft
I see them now. They look great! You do fine work.
grownupboy

Where can I find them on noj.si? Or are they not up for sale just yet? 

ifekali

BCE Blitz sets are not on their homepage yet, for the time being contact them via email if interested. (For 3D printed sets, DM me.)

-Izmet Fekali

http://twitter.com/BestChessmen

 

grownupboy

Also loving the 3D printed version... Was a little confused on the other thread though. Are you currently sanding away the print layer lines? Or shipping as printed?

This set has really captured my attention! happy.png 

K.

ifekali

No sanding, too much trouble for result. I like them rough textured. There are some irregularities on surface, yes. Think battle scars. happy.png

-Izmet Fekali

http://twitter.com/BestChessmen

grownupboy

Thanks!

MikeDoolzinski
ifekali wrote:

No sanding, too much trouble for result. I like them rough textured. There are some irregularities on surface, yes. Think battle scars.

-Izmet Fekali

http://twitter.com/BestChessmen

If you're not sanding them or doing finishing of any kind then I don't see them being worth what you're asking.

havb1961
MikeDoolzinski wrote:
ifekali wrote:

No sanding, too much trouble for result. I like them rough textured. There are some irregularities on surface, yes. Think battle scars.

-Izmet Fekali

http://twitter.com/BestChessmen

If you're not sanding them or doing finishing of any kind then I don't see them being worth what you're asking.

Absolutely right, excellent point

TakeThisPawn
What is with this trend of grotesque “modern” sets these days? Makes me want to throw up.
Virmus

@TakeThisPawn don't buy them. And spare us the negativity in this thread. Move on!

jjupiter6

Somebody's having a bad day.