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Album of Digital Alters for EDH [R]1 year, 6 months agoEdithKeelerMustDie posted submission on EDH.
Sept. 28, 2018
I have been looking for an album with digital alters of commanders, but I could not find a recent one anywhere. The one I have as a reference is this one from u/SCorpioRage, but it hasn't been updated for a good time and I would like to have alters for some of my new commanders.
Does anyone know if there is an up-to-date album?
Oct. 2, 2018
Supplies: Clear Inkjet Printable Film with Adhesive Backing, Inkjet Printer, Software that allows you to specify the size of printed image (for example OpenOffice), Foil Magic Card, Acetone (aka Nail Polish Remover), Cotton Balls/Paper Towels, Newspaper/Packing Paper (or any surface cover that you don't mind getting ink on), Masking Tape/Painter's Tape (or any tape that will peel away from a magic card without tearing the magic card), Scissors.
Roll masking tape into 4 small cylinders with sticky side out. On the back of the foil magic card, tape the back corners to the newspaper using the masking tape cylinders. Wet cotton balls with acetone. Rub the front of the foil magic card using the acetone-wet cotton balls to remove ink from the front of the foil magic card towards the newspaper. Once all ink is removed, you should have a magic card with a blank foil front.
Download digital alter image. Open the digital alter image in your software. Resize image to approximately 63 mm x 88 mm (2.48 inches x 3.46 inches) while preserving aspect ratio. You can probably fit 4 images per page, so also try a few sizes bigger and smaller, in case your printer prints slightly smaller or bigger than you specified. Load clear inkjet printable film in inkjet printer. Print page of images. Let the page dry for at least 10 minutes.
Cut image stickers out using scissors. Peel adhesive backing from image sticker. Align corners of cut-out image sticker over the blank foil magic card, and lower the image sticker down very slowly. You only get 1 chance at adhering the image sticker to the blank foil magic card. Go very slowly. If you adhere it mis-aligned, it is nearly impossible to separate the sticker image from the magic card, you will probably permanently bend the magic card, and the adhesive will smudge and look like a blotch in the artwork.
Due to the thickness of the clear printable film, the printed card will not fit in an inner sleeve, and will sometimes not fit in a normal sleeve unless you cut the edges even more with scissors.
Here is an example digital alter image
and the corresponding printed card
For those who print custom tokens/field centers, how are you adjusting the shininess of the card? [R]1 year, 6 months agozerolink16 posted submission on yugioh.
Sept. 10, 2018
Wondering if anyone has any way to fix the shiny "bleed" without getting the paint that some of the guides use. I'm printing with clear adhesive paper and wiped down supers or secrets, but even in a matte sleeve the card reflects too much light, makes it difficult to see/read. For example
Sept. 10, 2018
ah yea true about the colours, the posted ones a bad example but even on my sky striker token seems like the shine is still somewhat strong through a matte sleeve though the india ink is probably good and easy to do just for the bottom bar.
the paper I've been using is this .Someone here recommended it on another custom token post.
May i ask what you print your field centers on? I think it was was actually one of your posts that made me wonder how to get the colours/shine better lololol. Some of the field centers look very sharp and not too shiny like the super rare joey one.
How do you feel about proxies of cards you already own? [R]1 year, 11 months agosigismond0 posted submission on EDH.
April 24, 2018
April 24, 2018
Don't know about piface, but here's what I do.
- Use acetone to remove the face from a foil. Amonkhet foils, for whatever reason, are really really easy to wipe off, so I recommend that.
- Print out your proxy on adhesive transparency paper. (I use this.)
- Stick the transparent printout to the blank foil.
Easy as pie. Costs less than a dollar per proxy, and they look excellent.
NMO vs Mag Mount [R]3 years, 11 months agobokis posted submission on amateurradio.
April 18, 2016
So, should i put an NMO on my trunk or a Mag Mount on my roof? I dont want to pull my headliner down to run the coax.
April 19, 2016
A square piece of transparent film, just a bit larger than the mag mount base, placed on your car roof resolves the problem with scratches. Something like this: http://www.amazon.com/Grafix-Adhesive-2-Inch-11-Inch-6-Pack/dp/B000S15KDS
Non-GW Transfer Sheets [R]3 years, 12 months agotjkopena posted submission on Warhammer40k.
March 31, 2016
Any way to get one for, say, Blood Ravens if you don't have access to your own specialized printer? Forge World's old transfer sheets are now sadly lost archaeotech, so I'm a bit stuck since I KNOW I can't freehand half of these things.
April 1, 2016
I used the white paper version of this, ordered from this retailer, but they seem to only have the clear paper in stock:
They're about the same price as Amazon. At the time I also ordered Microset and Microsol from them for working with all decals, but they don't seem to carry those anymore.
If/when I do it again, I would just get whatever's cheap and doesn't have a terrible rating on Amazon. Looks like that's Grafix or Testor's paper:
But remember if there's white in your design, then you need to use white paper rather than clear as your printer won't print white onto the clear.
I would use whatever dull or gloss coat spray you usually use, I don't think it matters, so Testor's, Krylon, Army Painter, GW's, etc., should all be fine.
It matters a little how good your printer is, but not a ton. I certainly don't think you need a high end printer for this. Decals for 40k shoulder pads and such will probably generally look best if they're not super ornate, so any half reasonable printer with a solid load of ink should be able to handle them. It doesn't need to be photo quality or anything like that.
OGW+, an expansion to Oath of the Gatewatch [R]4 years agocaeonosphere posted submission on custommagic.
March 8, 2016
I run a drafting group at work. Attendance starts to dip once people start getting bored of a format, so I've been printing mini-expansions to each draft format to keep people interested: 24 new cards, printed on blank foils and added one per pack in an 8-person draft. They're designed to balance the color pairs a little, to provide a couple more build-around strategies, and just to spice things up in general.
We played an 8-person pod. Things were a little less splashy and overpowered this time, but there were lots of fun moments. Cards like these raise the average board complexity closer to where I like it -- if you have a drafting group willing to put up with your silliness, you should try playing with custom cards!
Last year friends of mine introduced me to the wonderful world of Magic. Recently, I got into making foil tokens. Gifts ensued. Fun was had. [R]4 years, 5 months agoSkizorz posted submission on magicTCG.
Oct. 20, 2015
Oct. 20, 2015
This is what I use. Another tip I found is that darkening the image helps it show up better. If you are a pleb like me that only uses MS Paint for his image needs, Paint.net can darken your image and it is a free program.
You can also check to see if your printer has an option for printing photo-quality. I believe this uses way more ink though.
I also leave the black borders untouched when I take the ink off with acetone. You can do this by using painter's tape on the edges. This makes it so that if your card size is off by a little or you cut it slightly wrong, there's still black on the background to give you some wiggle room. It's a lot more work to leave the edges untouched, though
Self-Printing Stickers? [R]4 years, 9 months agothelid posted submission on sticker.
June 7, 2015
What paper should I order to self-print stickers, and what should I do to make them waterproof? I've been hoping for this due to te price margin: http://www.amazon.com/Avery-Sticker-Project-Inches-03383/dp/B0000C0CJQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1433686837&sr=8-1&keywords=sticker+paper&pebp=1433686935671&perid=0W43BXV7ZS8YA3ZAZ0Z4
Squid Decal for bike? [R]4 years, 11 months agoBlindBeard posted submission on CalamariRaceTeam.
April 21, 2015
This is all I could find:
But it's not available - anyone have any suggestions?
April 22, 2015
Something like this could work, but I have never done it myself and haven't really researched it, so I'm sure you could find something better.
Just remember, a typical printer won't actually put down white ink, it just leaves it blank because the paper is typically white, and this particular product is clear.