Hi there, I am currently working on 2 new dice. Both are based on a regular 6-sided rounded die (a rounded cube) but with "trimmed" (or should I say "shaved") edges. By removing 4 or 3 edges on a cube you can obtain a 2-sided or 3-sided shape with non planar sides. These shapes are not new at all. But I modified them by intersecting those shapes with a sphere (like in my sphere dice) and by choosing a numbering that does not depend on the face you are seeing upward but on the opposite landing face (surprise: like in my sphere dice). The D2 is in red. The D3 is in blue. I could put each time 6 numbers on the 6 faces, but the faces would not have the same numbers (1-2-1 and 2-1-2 for the D2, and 1-2, 2-3, 3-1 for the D3). This is due once again to the number reflecting the landing face, not the face where they are. that why I preferred locating the numbers on the edges (and this also my signature in some way ). What do you think?