But it ties in nicely to the Neon look.Personally I would steer clear of a giant RED graphic. It will dominate the playing surface and the color will make players eyes "tired". I had a big bright graphic on a table once and had to recover the damn thing after soo many complaints. My 2¢ FWIW
I have a table with a red felt (cheapo used suited rail table), and this is my main complaint. If I can ever figure out how to gracefully take it apart, it'll be recovered in something more neutral. My favourite decks are red/blue, and the red cards really match my current table, especially the red EPT cards I have. For a felt, the grey works well, as cards and chips will not blend into it.I like red, but only if you get rid of the red cards you use. I don't like the felt matching the cards. Grey looks too dreary for my eyes. I like bolder colors.
Or possibly changing the background color in the center logo to a light gray to match the text? Not sure I like super high contrasting things in the center of a poker table? If we went with a gray background, it might soften it up a tad. I also think the betting area pattern needs some attention, but otherwise, it's a sic design!REALLY like this new one. What about changing the "fat tire poker" print and either end of the table to white to balance the logo?
Yet another mockup. Any thoughts on this variation? Thoughts on the dif color bike in the center logo? Also, Woody is trying to eliminate the lint isse with black felt by putting a pattern in it.m thoughts?
Yes, this is really looking good... I lean towards BG's suggestion of striking the end text.
Also, just a crazy thought - the two points are making me think of wheel hubs and gear sprockets. Would that be overdoing the theme?
Or how about the betting line being made of bicycle chain?
Just throwing it out there...
Both of these ideas FTWIf the betting line is tire tread, then bicycle chain links are the perfect image for the repeated pattern in the center section....
Hey! Post #22![emoji6]Still prefer blue (and I'm a big gray/charcoal guy), but this one looks pretty good. I think I'd ditch the extra FAT TIRE POKER text on the ends, it will look a lot classier. (And extending the circles outward on each end to be equi-distance from the betting line will fill up some of the blank space).