Here is the newest template for my real cut autographs:
Front of card
Back of Card:
What do you think of the new design?
Here are some shots of a made card (note this is a REAL autograph from my personal collection):
Posted by chemgod on September 20, 2011 in Bad Wax Review.
I dont know, I think that the lack of a strip along the bottom looks a little bland. Might be just me though, lol.
The problem with putting a strip on the bottom is that when I go to trim it, there isn’t enough card and it will get bent up.
I ike it. I think it looks pretty sharp without the strip on the bottom. I was thinking if it had some splash of color in it, that would be cool – but then I saw this was for a CWS player so it doesn’t make sense. Love that font!
I went black and white for the “vintage” look.
i agree with Jeremy, i think i would prefer a design with borders, although what you have looks good for a card that doesnt have borders. maybe you can add a thin border strip on the left, right and bottom and kinda frame that signature?
Since this is a real autograph, I couldn’t put borders on the side or the signature wouldn’t fit. I think a border on the bottom would have looked awkward but that’s just me. I have two other Irvin autographs so I can try it out later and let you know how it goes.
No borders “We dont need no stinking borders !” You can step away from the traditional .You are BADWAX CUSTOMS . Start something new .Again. Love the Vintage black and white look.
btw, the back looks great though!
I like it. Looks sharp and clean to me.
How much are the Ty Cobb box cuts
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