Killax

[Cards] for Blades of Khorne

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NEW EDIT:

Hi guys,

Here is the PDF file for the cards! Enjoy: https://www.docdroid.net/KrhEDwM/blades-of-khorne-cards.pdf.html (Magic the Gathering cardsize)
Here is the PDF file with the orginal sizes: https://www.docdroid.net/xeQaPhS/blades-of-khorne-big-cards.pdf.html (Larger cardsize)

Feel free to print them and use them :) I know I will. If players have any other arts they'd like and concepts they have, feel free to share!
Looking forward to your own creations. Thanks goes to @Soulsmith and mtgcardsmith.com 

Cheers,

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Great stuff dude. Art choices are on point.

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2 minutes ago, Soulsmith said:

Great stuff dude. Art choices are on point.

Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
 

Thanks man. Also wanted to redo the last one!

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Crisper art and despite the orginal piece the unrealistic torso doesn't show on this cropped art version :D 

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Amazing stuff!!! How about something similar for blood tithe?

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Sweet work @Gilby! Will update the topic name.

I personally use a D10 for my Blood Tithe point count, alternatively I've even been thinking about using the Gorechosen cards (back) to keep them in one place. In addition you could also print and laminate the Blood Tithe table and have a token on the count number :) 

Cheers,

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These are amazing, do you know what size to print for them to fit in standard card sleeves?

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7 minutes ago, Bueno said:

These are amazing, do you know what size to print for them to fit in standard card sleeves?

The easiest way to go about it is:

1. Copy paste above picture into a Word document 
2. Go to gatherer.wizards.com and pick a random card, Copy paste that picture into the same Word document
3. Resize cards to match that of the gatherer picture, they are sized as such to be print friendly as proxies

Example:
Example.jpg

Now obviously margings might vary, I'd suggest to make a quick print run (in Black and White) for yourself to check up size first before printing them all. 

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Love the cards, any chance of making a card up for the two standard prayers too?

 

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14 minutes ago, ChrisT said:

Love the cards, any chance of making a card up for the two standard prayers too?

 

Sure! Will add them later today :) 

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Posted (edited)

@ChrisTNice time to spend the break :P 


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These are fantastic dude! Well done

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15 hours ago, Killax said:

Since @Soulsmith had the briliant idea to create custom Spell cards for Desciples of Tzeentch I tried to give a go at the Blood Blessings of our Slaughterpriest.
Gore Pilgrims is most certainly a Battalion I'd like to try and we all know that the Slaughterpriest models have a lot of fans so I'm certain these could come in handy!

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Feel free to print them and use them :) I know I will. If players have any other arts they'd like and concepts they have, feel free to share!
Looking forward to your own creations. Thanks goes to @Soulsmith and mtgcardsmith.com 

Cheers,

:( not seeing the these from the OP

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Just now, thejughead said:

:( not seeing the these from the OP

Odd. I guess it could be that the website is sometimes out (?). For cases like that I also downloaded the versions.

Link to album: https://postimg.org/gallery/2ljax8p3q/365986d0/

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@Killax, gracias amigo

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Posted (edited)

@Killax Are you making these in Photoshop? Also, you making them in 300 PPI (120 DPCM) for printing or keeping it the standard 72 PPI for internet postings? They seem a little fussy, wondering if that is by choice or if it is impossible to find quality material online to produce better files for printing. 

Edited by Lysandestolpe

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1 minute ago, Lysandestolpe said:

@Killax Are you making these in Photoshop? Also, you making them in 300 PPI (120 DPCM) for printing or keeping it the standard 72 PPI for internet postings?

No just with that website, that is also put into the border of the cardframe.  They are large enough for printing, it still is a PNG file so the details arn't super extreme but I think you'll manage getting the quality you want especially because the art I used is largely high quality and comes from high detail files (the original PDF art).

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Oh I see! That's neat that you can produce them via the website. Must be nice and simple. Thanks!

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Made a couple of small edits to replace the icon for blood tithe points and changed the card types.

 

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Just now, Gilby said:

Made a couple of small edits to replace the icon for blood tithe points and changed the card types.

 

mrMgUfZ.png  bKg4c61.png  wRmkMTv.png  HX1fY1i.png  70Y6Wpt.png  4d2Gxus.png  XzM3VMv.png  yLhbVEr.png  ULQxyf8.png

ugh, I hate that I cannot see these at work, I wanted to print them now. -____- 

THANKS for your awesome work still! :D

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Easy - piecy - lemon squeezy!

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9 minutes ago, Lysandestolpe said:

Easy - piecy - lemon squeezy!

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Great job! Once I have my printer set up we'll have the same Prayer-set :D

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I will probably size a file in photoshop and allign them with precision so that you can take a straightedge and just slide a xactoblade through the cards to separate them. I'll upload the file here when I'm done. :)

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Posted (edited)

If you don't have a printer at home, make a PDF and then print right to card stock at an office supply place or local print shop.  The cards need to be 3.5" tall and 2.5" wide  (63 x 88 mm) to fit in card sleeves.  You can probably fit the most by going landscape with narrow margins and then turn the bottom row sideways.

Edited by Nin Win

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Posted (edited)

42 minutes ago, Lysandestolpe said:

I will probably size a file in photoshop and allign them with precision so that you can take a straightedge and just slide a xactoblade through the cards to separate them. I'll upload the file here when I'm done. :)

That's a great plan. I'll upload the orginal art pieces to the art topic and will reference the links later on!

36 minutes ago, Nin Win said:

If you don't have a printer at home, make a PDF and then print right to card stock at an office supply place or local print shop.  The cards need to be 3.5" tall and 2.5" wide  (63 x 88 mm) to fit in card sleeves.  You can probably fit the most by going landscape with narrow margins and then turn the bottom row sideways.

Great info!

@Gilby great edit! Love them.

Edit: Artwork used can be found here: 

 

Edited by Killax
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