Mike Ratledge wrote:Excellent job so far, Manoj. I agree that the borders could (within reason) be pushed a little more towards the edges, and maybe this particular design might lend itself to a borderless "full bleed" back? Worth a shot!
shermjack wrote:That is a beautiful back...very mesmerising! Definitely A, then B...C is way to wide.
Stepchild wrote:It definitely looks great as either a full-bleed or super-thin border!
RichK wrote:A then B for the back like shermjack said.
MagikFingerz wrote:That back design is too nice not to be a full bleed. If you go for A, I would buy this based on the back design alone.
Stepchild wrote:One thing I wonder though is whether all the the court figures will be side-facing? Besides breaking up a (potential) visual monotony of exclusively profile views, traditional deck design suggests distinctions between suits and ranks based on forward-facing and side-facing court figures.
Generally, only one king and two jacks are in profile, the other 9 royals are forward or 3/4 facing. I can see that it might be desirable for the deck theme to show poses more often in side view, but perhaps you could invert the general rule and give us 3 royals in forward facing poses?
shermjack wrote:I think that looks really awesome! An improvement indeed! Love his expression
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