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Tips to make my card template look more professional

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jedite1000
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i think ill go more

i think ill go more simplistic design

https://i.imgur.com/3mbsJDS.png

less the better right? i felt the hex background made the card to busy

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If you still preferred the

If you still preferred the hex pattern, you could make it semi translucent over another color so that it creates a lighter texture effect.

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True but after realising it,

True but after realising it, I don’t think I want any busy background, I think a simple solid colour or gradient would do just fine

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jedite1000 wrote:i think ill

jedite1000 wrote:
i think ill go more simplistic design

https://i.imgur.com/3mbsJDS.png

less the better right? i felt the hex background made the card to busy

Much nicer. I was not a fan of that noisy hex background but I like the subtle gradient texture.

Please do make sure you're consistent with your text placement when you're finalizing the cards though. You've shown a few different locations and layouts so I thought this is a pertinent suggestion, just in case. :)

I think you can minimize the text as well. Instead of what you have now (using this infernal genie as an example) try;

When played, you may either;
- Draw a Card
- Play a Card

UNLESS, there are more locations you can draw or play cards from/to besides your Deck and your Resource Zone?

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I would like to go over my

I would like to go over my cards and rewrite my effects, though I am not really good at grammar and stuff

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