I'm not sure yet either. We will see once the inlay is further along. Again the inlay was a VERY rough draft. I want to try moving the goose up and the words under.Normally I like shaped inlays, but with the amount you're trying to fit, it would force everything to be even smaller, don't think it makes sense here.
For me also.. Canarri is too light and paleI think it's just personal preference. IMO, CPC has no true yellows, arc is the best orange-yellow, and canary is too light and unsaturated to be a base color.
But you have the samples, so you know best about what you like!
Fantastic example of the CPC Yellows!! I have decided to go away from yellow all together. This is where i am right now with the set. Probably wont do the .50¢ lavendar but have it in there as a possible addition down the road.
Absolutely and thats excellent advice. Hell i just finished my order with CPC that i started designing over 15 years ago with ASM. Anyways, there is no rush in this one either as Scroll Mold is in production right now so we are about a year out. I do want to make that deadline though for next years run. Im pretty much at peace with my current color/spot selection. I know exactly what u mean by changing i have made probably 6 changes in the last 48hrs...lol. The yellow wasn't a huge deal either. I plan on that chip being the $20 so it seemed like an obvious choice to try a Yellow. I have no problem marking the Green chip a $20. Thank you for the excellent Canary examples in your sets. I do have a Canary $20 planned on my next tournament set for certain. Im going to start focusing on the inlay here soon.My main advice is take your time. Many great sets take months, even years to complete and tweak.. I spent about two years on my Fat Tire build, and I went through so many changes and iterations, I can't imagine what I'd have gotten had I rushed...
Also, don't be swayed from yellows, if that's your wish. I think CPC yellows can't compare to Paulson, but it shouldn't be a comparison. CPC yellows can look vibrant, but it depends greatly on the contrasting spot colors you use. Here are my canary chips in both my FT sets.
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Oooh I really like that inlay design!CPC cash is set coming along. Inlay is still extremely rough. I believe I'll be reaching out for help from one of our professionals. I'm pretty locked in on colors. Grey .25 Retro Blue $1.00 Retro Red $5.00 and Canary $20.00 I can't believe how the Scroll mold has grown on me. Have had a shuffle stack for a couple weeks now. I am going to ask Mr. Spragg when the next deadline is. Any input is appreciated.