MagikFingerz wrote:I have to agree with you, Dan. Your backgrounds do "work" both ways without looking awkward. Thanks for taking the time to post them side-by-side for comparison.
Though the only thing my (self-diagnosed) OCD reacts to is the diamond background; surely that could (should?) be symmetrical? Like it is on the King of Diamonds in your second to last post.
RichK wrote:Any chance you can do red diamond/heart instead of black? I know it will be very hard to see on reddish background but having both red and black hearts/diamonds looks confusing to me.
flashcards wrote:Dan, excellent job. This looks great. I stand corrected: the court cards don't have to completely mirrored. I really like the different background elements and will hold my tongue from now on if I'm not completely sure about something. Best of luck with the project.
DanFeldmeier wrote:I have made the hearts/diamonds more red and actually made the clubs/spades a hint more blue to really separate the pips.
RichK wrote:DanFeldmeier wrote:I have made the hearts/diamonds more red and actually made the clubs/spades a hint more blue to really separate the pips.
Pip change looks great. Well done!
flashcards wrote:Dan, while $15 is indeed what most people are charging today, I would encourage you to consider a lower price point, say $13. Many people here have expressed disappointment in the constantly rising prices of decks. Many long time collectors feel they are being priced out of the hobby. With the high minimum that USPCC has, I think you can make up in sales volume what you might originally be "losing" at a higher price point. Speaking only for myself, if I should be lucky enough to catch the early bird (which will only be available to a few) I would certainly buy two decks. Likewise, at $13, I would be able to justify two decks as well. However, at $15 a deck I would only be able to buy one. It's only a single example I know, but many KS supporters may have similar limitations. Of course, there are a lot of collectors with deep pockets who will buy bricks and limited editions, but I believe they are in the minority. These are great cards and I believe, even with a lower price point, you will easily make your goal. Of course, you have to do what is best for you. Whatever you decide, I wish you the best of luck with your campaign.
flashcards wrote:Definitely post it here. You'll get a lot of knowledgeable folks providing input. Just put on your thick skin, just in case.
RichK wrote:All the cards look darker but that could be because of low light when pics taken.
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