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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby RichK » Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:27 am  

Aces with toppings list...masterful! :drool:
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Oscar53955 » Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:40 am  

This deck is looking very nice!
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Wed Dec 20, 2017 12:09 pm  

thank you :)
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby 4.of.Clubs » Wed Dec 20, 2017 4:17 pm  

Love the cards so far, can't wait to see the tuck!


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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby TGunitedcardists » Wed Dec 20, 2017 11:49 pm  

@Conturbia: These are fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. I also love, how the custom courts face the "correct" way, keeping us traditionalists happy and making them playable.

For a critique, I think the reds for the indices and pips could be a little darker, like the red colour you have for the pizza heart, and the greens a little darker. While I'd like to see black spades/clubs, green will work, but again, darker might be a tad better. And the back design, nailed it. Could you even push the design to the edges more?

The only thing left are a pizza box tuck, a super fat pizza eating joker stuffing his face with pizza and lots of empty pizza boxes in the background and a naked female joker with pizzas covering the sensual spots!

Reasonably priced with a decent printer, I'm all over these for multiple decks. Well done so far. Again, these are fantastic.
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Kage X » Thu Dec 21, 2017 1:52 am  

TGunitedcardists wrote:The only thing left are a pizza box tuck, a super fat pizza eating joker stuffing his face with pizza and lots of empty pizza boxes in the background and a naked female joker with pizzas covering the sensual spots!


I second this!
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby buttonsHT » Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:16 pm  

Excited for these ones!
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Fri Dec 22, 2017 3:44 am  

TGunitedcardists wrote:@Conturbia: These are fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. I also love, how the custom courts face the "correct" way, keeping us traditionalists happy and making them playable.

For a critique, I think the reds for the indices and pips could be a little darker, like the red colour you have for the pizza heart, and the greens a little darker. While I'd like to see black spades/clubs, green will work, but again, darker might be a tad better. And the back design, nailed it. Could you even push the design to the edges more?

The only thing left are a pizza box tuck, a super fat pizza eating joker stuffing his face with pizza and lots of empty pizza boxes in the background and a naked female joker with pizzas covering the sensual spots!

Reasonably priced with a decent printer, I'm all over these for multiple decks. Well done so far. Again, these are fantastic.


Thank you very much! As for the joker we will probably play with Italian stereotypes, but we are still thinking... the printer will be 99% USPCC, the back design is inspired by the rider back.
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Fri Dec 22, 2017 3:50 am  

We reworked the QoH to make her more "Italian"

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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:33 pm  

The Diamonds will be the americans, because even if pizza is an Italian thing, it's so loved and known in USA, that we just had to include them in the deck :)

This is a preview of the KoD "fresh from the oven"

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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby RichK » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:47 pm  

As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby MagikFingerz » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:01 pm  

RichK wrote:As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:

But if it's based on the average American... :ugthink:
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Räpylätassu » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:05 pm  

MagikFingerz wrote:
RichK wrote:As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:

But if it's based on the average American... :ugthink:


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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby TGunitedcardists » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:06 pm  

RichK wrote:As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:



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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby portcullis » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:59 pm  

Yeah gotta get me some of these.
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby RichK » Sat Jan 06, 2018 12:24 pm  

TGunitedcardists wrote:
RichK wrote:As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:



http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/category ... order=desc.


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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Sat Jan 06, 2018 3:18 pm  

RichK wrote:As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:


:lol: I know I know... but wait the full set of characters to judge the suit ;)
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Sat Jan 06, 2018 3:20 pm  

RichK wrote:
TGunitedcardists wrote:
RichK wrote:As an American we do have excellent pizza places, and crappy chain stores too, but we're not all that fat or use jarred sauce on pizza. :lol:



http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/category ... order=desc..


Please don't use this site for the US Queen! :D


:lol: no no! Actually the queen is the hottest queen ever :D :D
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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby RandyButterfield » Sat Jan 06, 2018 5:11 pm  

Hey Riccardo,

I love it! It's great to see a quirky design so well thought out and executed.

The courts are sweet! Great style and perfect use of color. Have you played with making the Back Card multi-color? The 1-Color pizzas on the Back look a little plain when compared to the full color pizzas on the Aces (which I think are clever as hell - Pizza shaped PIPS!).

I have no idea what you're doing with the Tucks, but remember, UV Spot Ink is a great tool for a fun design (one where Foils don't make sense). UV could be used effectively to highlight some Tuck elelements like grease spots, ingredients, pizza box logos, pizzeria menu logos.....

I look forward to seeing what you guys do with the Tucks!

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Re: Pizza Playing Cards

Unread postby Conturbia » Mon Jan 08, 2018 10:58 am  

RandyButterfield wrote:Hey Riccardo,

I love it! It's great to see a quirky design so well thought out and executed.

The courts are sweet! Great style and perfect use of color. Have you played with making the Back Card multi-color? The 1-Color pizzas on the Back look a little plain when compared to the full color pizzas on the Aces (which I think are clever as hell - Pizza shaped PIPS!).

I have no idea what you're doing with the Tucks, but remember, UV Spot Ink is a great tool for a fun design (one where Foils don't make sense). UV could be used effectively to highlight some Tuck elelements like grease spots, ingredients, pizza box logos, pizzeria menu logos.....

I look forward to seeing what you guys do with the Tucks!

Thanks, Randy


very good inputs Randy, thank you!!
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