No, the wife won't let me fork over $125 for a vendor account. And I was warned about advertising and not being an official vendor. I am new and didn't read the rules.Don't be discouraged. Just keep making cool designs and people will reach out. If no one takes you up on it, maybe reevaluate your price offerings? But it'll probably take a bit of patience to get started. Once you have a few successful projects under your belt though, people will start reaching out. Chippers are always looking for design help around here.
Visibility isn't an issue so much as print quality, some vendors can only print so much detail, your art has so much detail it would just look gray with some printers. Not that your designs are bad, the art is amazing, but it's too detailed.
I would want whatever inlay surface that Dunes chip has then. Yeah?Visibility isn't an issue so much as print quality, some vendors can only print so much detail, your art has so much detail it would just look gray with some printers. Not that your designs are bad, the art is amazing, but it's too detailed.
I'm not sure exactly what you mean, but the inlay surface changes chip to chip, clay, plastic, ceramic, they're all different, and then the printer itself changes manufacturer to manufacturer, a good indicator is printing your own on a piece of paper to scale, but even then, it's not 100% accurate.I would want whatever inlay surface that Dunes chip has then. Yeah?
It might, I'm not sure how detailed CPC can get chips, the inlay's great, and that's my favorite design from you yet, just the print quality might not be good enough. You could ask someone who has detailed CPC customs, or better yet, @David Spragg would know. Nevada jacks are ceramics, so the quality might not translate.
Perfect example of what I referred to earlier.
That was just an error on my part. I was originally going to leave it .25 then I found a cent symbol, because unfortunately my virtual keyboard doesn't have one. So I ctrl c&v the symbol and forgot to remove the decimal. Did it to another design too.I can't stand denoms with a period and a cent sign
Similar issues have been known to pop up in certain casinos in my neck of the woods.Perhaps not, but 1/5c chips are more flexible than 1/4c chips, at the expense of being slightly less efficient.
Point being, making a .25c chip is a common rookie chip designer mistake.