Use Resene Lumbersider and Resene Enamacryl Metallic paint to create this hoptastic game.
Resene Ground Games with Mark Rayner - Project 02
You will need: Area of concrete approx 2.4m x 2.4m (prepped first with Resene Moss & Mould Killer and then waterblasted), artist brush, builders' string line, chalk, craft knife, damp cloth, duct tape, masking tape, paintbrushes, Resene Concrete Primer, Resene Enamacryl Metallic tinted to Resene Bullion, Resene Lumbersider tinted to the following colours: Resene All Black, Resene Christalle, Resene Jalapeno and Resene Porsche, Resene Multishield+ (Gloss), small roller and tray, tape measure.
To get the look: Always use duct tape for masking unpainted concrete as it sticks better, and use masking tape to mask painted surfaces.
More ideas for play: Experiment with different shapes such as crosses or triangles to create other hopscotch-inspired games.
Number of players: 2 or more.
Additional equipment: Small flat stone for each player.
How to play: The first player throws the stone onto triangle #1 and hops over this into triangle #2, hopping around the star into each numbered triangle until they reach the centre of the star (position #10). They then turn and hop back, reversing the numbers until they reach triangle #2, where they bend down, retrieve their stone, and hop back over triangle #1, returning to the start position. The player then throws the stone into triangle #2 and repeats the process. If a player misses, they return their stone to the previous triangle where it stays while the next player has a turn. Each player has to make it all the way to position #10 and back to the start, reversing the numbers, to finish the game - and the first one to do this is the Hopstar!
Direction of play
Project #2 Game board
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