Awesome! Adobe sounds like the way to go. Definitely gonna try that outIf you already have PowerPoint it's a pretty decent tool for inlay mockups. It can do curved text and export to PNG.
Inkscape is a more powerful freeware tool but a little buggy and wonky.
Adobe Illustrator for professional results.
Adobe IllustratorHi guys!
I was wondering where you can design the actual inlay/sticker of a poker chip? I know CPC has design tool for the chip itself but is there somewhere where I can design my own actual inlay? Thanks!!
Thanks Nav!!Adobe Illustrator
That's all I know. I'd hire somebody, but you could use the above application or program or whatever it is, to create art.
Getting the art formatted and fit to print on a label, to place on a chip is something more involved that I know nothing about
HAHAHA who on earth would just "try adobe?"Designing the inlay is something you don't want to just wing. It's money well spend hiring a designer. You've seen some of the sweet inlay used around here. This is mostly done by people with a lot of experience in design. Most people don't just learn Adobe Illustrator in a few days and get good at design all of a sudden, there's a lot to it. To quote an antiquated meme.... One does not simply "try Adobe Illustrator".