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(cancelled) Design contest for Rounders group buy button

Discussion in 'Custom Chip Design - Request For Hire' started by TenPercenter, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. TenPercenter

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    CANCELLED!
    There was not enough buyers in the GB to justify a new button be designed.



    I will update this post with particulars as we go along, but I'm opening up a design contest for the best Rounders ceramic button design. All submissions will be placed in a poll, for the group to decide on the final design. This will allow designers to show off their work, and and it will remain here in perpetuity.

    Follow the Rounders on Scroll Mold group buy discussion here.

    Let's just start by inviting any and all designers (commercial or not) to submit ideas, drafts here.


    (The only idea I have is an Oreo cookie, which is what prompted me to open this contest)


    Particulars:

    • The winning design will receive (enter amount here) for each dealer button purchased in the first group buy.
    • The final decision poll will include only ONE design from any single designer (or design firm)
    • All design work remains the copyright of the submitter. (no one is allowed to use the designs for without the written consent of the designer)
     
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  2. TenPercenter

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    Reserved
     
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    OK, we let you slide on "eminent", but we're gonna bust your balls on this one. :cool:
     
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    Perfect:!:
     
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    And we all know how painful that can be
     
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    Yeah after writing that on the fly via voice typing, in the truck I realized I'll probably need several polls. Or poles.
     
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  7. marlowcasinochips

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    Greg, is this s further button?
    We already designed an oversize clay one a long time ago.
    Btw, are you reading your emails? You sent your payment to the wrong place and it bounced.
     
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    Yeah I dont have an email from you outside of our ongoing conversations. I do see that the rounders payment was reversed, but I got that via my paypal account login.

    edit: found your email. It was a few emails up in our current conversation, sorry I missed it. Sending PP payment via the correct email address now...
     
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    I didnt know that... are they still for sale, and do you have the quantity available for this chip GB?

    Edit: After talking to a couple of designers There wouldn't be enough creativity opportunity in this, nor would there be enough chips to drive interest. I should have known that.... but I just wanted an Oreo button. :)
     
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    The Oreo's are what we are trying to do in clay anyway.
     
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