Mike Ratledge wrote:Suniah, we talked by PM about the traditional vice modern and how it affects the efforts to stay true to the Ganjifa Indian design. I would definitely try to get your fott in the door by putting out a typical 52-card ("poker") deck before you try to do the 130-card round deck, but show the direction of what you want to do or where you hope to go during that first campaign. Kickstarter campaign management is a tricky business. I have managed or copromoted dozens if not a hundred at this point and no two are ever the same, but there definitely are things common to successful projects. Mostly it has to do with listening to the backers and putting them into the feedback loop, but that's just the beginning.
Next - ask questions here! You have nearly 2000 opinionated members from 84 countries last I checked. If you don't get a good sense of direction before you think you are ready, ask more questions. Everyone here is ready and willing to help...
The one gotcha I see in the design we already touched on, and for religious reasons it's tough, because you let me know that for them, turning the cards upside down is disrespectful. It's a major source of angst if you can't figure out some way to compromise so that there are indices in both the "northeast" and "southwest" corners, at least for a poler deck. In this case it's a conundrum for you, but clearly a mess if you ignore this advice and try to fund without then. You can get away with one way court cards given the logical explanation you already gave, but without indices in both corners, I fear that you will be pushing a rock uphill trying to fund.
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