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Thanks for all the lovely messages. Hope you're all enjoying the deck!
@Tony have you received your deck yet?
From the US just got my cards on 9/15/16. Thanks!
Got my cards in Kentucky! Absolutely love them! Thanks!
I live in Australia and haven't received the cards yet
Got mine last week, they're brilliant! Well done James
I got mine (eastern USA) today! they are awesome.
In regards to your upcoming project that you have displayed on the website, I would back that project, but I would like to see either a border or something on them, They look cool but a little plain otherwise.
amazing delivery! arrived today in the UK. Fantastic cards, and the kickstarter exclusive card looks awesome too! For a fiver... One of my nicer decks, I look forwards to future decks by you!
Got'em! Look awesome dude, thanks! Wish you all the best in your future ventures!!
My deck arrived this morning - good job James, thank you.
Yep: mine arrived in the UK today, too.
Very nice & I'm very pleased. Nice job, Creator. Thank you.
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*color rather than suit.
Looking forward to receiving this rainbow of cards. My family is used to me pulling out different decks, but I think this may become a favorite... they may however try to make up games based on colon rather than suit. It is always fascinating to watch them create their own games.
Hi Luke & Princeton, apologies for not getting back to you sooner. I have both of your addresses, so your rewards will be dispatched by Wednesday 31st August. Thanks, James
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Hi, I am wondering what the schedule will be? Should I give you my shipping address?
I've seen campaigns go much closer to the wire than this (and nudged a few over the line myself) so I'm glad this one got there with days to spare. Sometimes I think that seeing the campaign already "funded" gives some backers the confidence to pledge. Takes the 'speculation' element out of it (especially if you are on limited funds and want to hedge against several different campaigns).
@ NeilAndrew: haha, so close! And I hope so �
C'mon . . . almost there!
There'll be a surge in the last three days for sure. :-)
You can do it!
@ Jonas Vandebroek: Hi Jonas, i'm currently using Make Playing Cards.
What company are you using to actually print these cards?
@ Michele Paroli: thank you!
Really love this project! I'm both an architect and a card collector!
I found the idea to have both a game and a designing tool very exciting!
I'm looking forward to see you funded!
@ Karen Au: thanks for your suggestion. I did play with a range of concepts originally including black/white but felt that CMYK squares, with in between tones created a funky colourful pattern that ties in with the colourful aesthetic of the pack. It's a simple pattern, but effective I feel �
May I suggest a different back for the cards. The whole look is so simple, why not continue the simplicity on the back of the cards-- perhaps a play of black and white.
@ Santiago: you raise a good point. I wouldn't see these being used for a serious game of cards, they are a bit of fun! When looking from the top of the deck down you don't notice the colours as much, it's only because the photo shows them in order and side on. Plus the back design helps distract from that. I could possibly create a white border, however I think they will then lose the aesthetic i'm trying to achieve with the deck. Thanks for the feedback.
In the picture "Designer Playing Cards Sealed Deck" you can difenciar the color of the cards on the edge. I think for a fairer and avoid pitfalls game, the edge should be unified in all the cards.
@ Alejandro Castro Madrigal: I'm glad you like the idea and thank you for your pledge. I could stick suits to colours making it easier to play, but it wouldn't have the same aesthetic rainbow effect as you mentioned. I'll certainly take your comment on board!
I really like this idea, I feel the color choosing should match each suit more strongly to improve playability and games that rely on traditional black vs red colors might be harder to play. Of course for display purposes they are gorgeous. Looking forward for a successful run.
can I know who prints the deck?
This is actually a very cool deck and should appeal to geeks as well as card collectors. :)