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Advice for someone who has never designed much online but wants to design their own cloth for table builds?
(I have minimal computer design experience)

There's inkscape, or I think you can get a free 30 trial of illustrator, but it's a steep learning curve.
 

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Howdy long time lurker, love your felts, they're amazing. I'm about to buy a table from my local gaming supply store and noticed the custom felt artwork option.

Could I pay for you to make my crappy design look good so I could send it to them before they fabricate everything?
 

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Howdy long time lurker, love your felts, they're amazing. I'm about to buy a table from my local gaming supply store and noticed the custom felt artwork option.

Could I pay for you to make my crappy design look good so I could send it to them before they fabricate everything?

Yes sure, it depends on the design you have in mind but if you send me the concept, I can let you know if we can do that for you or not. You can send it to me at tonyc@chanmanpokertables.com.
 

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Chanman does it again!

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That one was a bit tricky, I had to convert a hand drawn photo then add the lettering, the club in the drum and the crown. Fun project though.
 

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that 10.5-inch bet line makes limit games easier.... and I just think it looks cooler... the 6-7 inch bet lines kinda look like a thin racetrack to me... but you gotta admit, whatever the size... the quality of the print can't be beat!
 

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We've had a change in the gaming suede material from the supply we've had for the last 2+ years. Going forward, this will be the new fabric.


I'll post a comprehensive comparison of the 2 fabrics side by side soon.

Just epic! Only gets better and better with Chan.
 

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While I never experienced the previous supplier's material, I just got a felt made from the new stuff & to my initial perusal it looks & feels awesome to me.

I have a "winter project" coming up to build a "Final Table" for our legion tourneys, so I guess I had a case of good timing to get mine printed on the new felt.

I draped it over one of the Barrington tables at the hall to give it a look.... I'd say Tony knocked it out of the park if yer askin' me.

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My camera & the florescent lighting makes the blue in the image look "brighter" than it really is... the actual color is more of a "Navy" than a "Royal" Blue.

The detail in the central image is incredible. You can actually read the words of the Constitution behind the eagle's head. The fact that I sent him a large 600dpi file may have helped that part. But still, to have that level of detail come out on a poker table felt is nothing short of amazing.

Here's the Sketchup screenshot of the table surface build that I'm doing. Kind of a "dual radius elliptical" for 9 players plus the dealer (me :D)

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