Welcome.what do you mean with dirty stacks ?
Alright i try to get something less complicated on the insideA little goes a long way in chip design. Your chips have too much going on imo. The patterns are cool on the outside but the area around the denom would be better if it was solid or less complicated so it's easier to read.
Busy can be okay if you include some quiet space from a design perspective.... Perhaps a plain circular background behind the chip denoms.Not sure also, but the design might be too detailed and too ornate, which could lose clarity if you are printing these on Ceramic
Aightlower left is much better. All that is important is that you like the chips and that they will play well. That means it is easy to read the denom and they have colors different enough to easily tell them apart in a splashed pot.
Mock the whole set now with the lower left.
agreed, a simple change in numeric value will go a long waybeauty is in the eye of the beholder... so if you are happy with them then go ahead!
But if your going to be playing a standard tournament ( blinds 25/50, 50/100, 75/150, 100/200 etc) then do away with the 50 and 250 chip. Not needed.
Just stay with a 25, 100, 500 and 1000 chip.