Nice little tip to help selecting colors to the edgespots on your customs (1 Viewer)

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I have been played a lot lately with CPC color sample set. Justin Case if there will be CC tournament set in the future ;)

At first I removed some colors I definitely don't want to use. When I had done playing with the set enough, I came up with small, but good idea to get some new color combinations.

Simple:
Just take 14 or 16 colors (or whichever amount you feel comfortable with), both bright and dark.
And just start shuffling. Between the shuffles you can separate 3-4 chips from the stack and see
how they look together, Both from the sides and especially from the edges. Coincidence does matter.

This way I have come up with some color combos I'd never thought to use, but which actually look great together.
 

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Great advice puggy. When making my set I did something similar. Grab colors I thought worked well and looked at them from the edge to get an idea on how it would look.
 

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It helps also if you have already selected the base color of your chip. Just throw it in to the stack and start shuffling and see what comes up.
 
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