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by aMAZEing adventure frogProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
A LOT of trial and error. :)
by InkTapProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
I start with a basic design in my head which usually morphs as I make the cards. I have a couple odd ball cards with a small degree of variation for my themes. Recently, I produced a set of cards and was disappointed when I looked back at my original...
by DarkZen and Evil Cow PieProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
... Amen to that!!! We usually spend a few days thinking of of a design. We discuss different possibilities for each design consideration before finally settling on one. After carving, we print a few to experiment with regarding color, background an...
by Gypsy FiddlerProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
I heavily consider the carve, which is the hardest part of creating a card for me. Once I have carved my image, I think I average two or three different card designs before I settle into the one that "works". I'll have to say that occasionally I create...
by aMAZEing adventure frogProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
Hope I'm remembering this correctly: Louis Armstrong once recorded a song in the studio. Then he and his band re-recorded it again and again and again trying to get it just right. After 100 recordings, they decided the first one was the best and used...
by Wise WandererProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
... That is my perspective also. I work slowly, and enjoy the process as I work. It’s relaxing for me. The day I find it stressful, rushed, and no longer enjoyable, is the day I’ll hang up my gouge and markers and be done.
by Gypsy FiddlerProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
I've heard that too, AAF, and it is so true!
by photopamProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: LTC: Tips, Questions, and Stuff
I do this too, but if I have too much time I tend to wander away and get lost in thought, put it aside as i ponder, forget about it a while, then I am rushed as the due date is tomorrow. I need a good balance of thinking time and a deadline. :)