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I am still working on this custom set and am now thinking about shaped inlays.
 

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Still can't wrap my head around two chips in the same set sharing that much color (yellow/purple).

Shaped inlays are great..
 
Still can't wrap my head around two chips in the same set sharing that much color (yellow/purple).

Shaped inlays are great..

I'm with BGinGA on this. Those two chips are almost the reverse colors of the other. As great as those color combos are, I think I'd keep my favorite as is and change the other one. Maybe blue or imperial blue on the quarter and play with the spot colors -- DG arc yellow or peach, perhaps?
 
I'm with BGinGA on this. Those two chips are almost the reverse colors of the other. As great as those color combos are, I think I'd keep my favorite as is and change the other one. Maybe blue or imperial blue on the quarter and play with the spot colors -- DG arc yellow or peach, perhaps?


How about this?
 

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I was playing some poker with Gear last night and he shows me some awesome shaped inlays he made for some Empress chips (if I remember correctly).
 
The new quarter and 5 are HAWT! The white base with black spots on the 1 and 5's black spots side by side are kinda throwing me off tho. I would pull the black spot on the 1 chip and go with something brighter; but that's just me. I'd def get more advice than just mine. This set is "shaping" up nicely tho. ;)
 

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