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Help...opinions for a $500 Everleign Chip

Discussion in 'Custom Chips General' started by Jeff, Nov 21, 2014.

  1. Jeff

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    I'm considering creating a $500 Everleigh Club chip.

    I love the colors of my current set. Any suggestions for colors and spots for a $500 chip to fit in with the existing chips?

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  2. Jeff

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    Re: Help...opinions for a $2 and $500 Everleign Chip

    Maybe a quarter pie? Some level 20 spots? I've used most of the traditional colors on the other chips, except maybe white? But the white I used as spots on 4 of the 6. Ugh.
     
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    oversized? :)
     
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  4. Jeff

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    would love oversized! they'll need to create a MD50 43mm chip mold!!!!!
     
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    Not too many colors left. A chocolate base is about all I can think of.
     
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    DG peach base. You could do a cool high-level spot combo like the 6d18 someone else was talking about, or a 414418a. Lots of different spot colors to play around with that might look nice. You might look to some of the PNY/PCA/Terribles $500s for inspiration. :)
     
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    Oversized pumpkin would look awesome!
     
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    Orange or brown base colors were my first thoughts. White, gray, or pink could be in the mix, too.

    What other chips will be in play when the $500 is on the table?
     
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    Inspired by one of jbutler's offerings over there. Unfortunately I don't have software at work to mock this up with a black inlay -- it will make a difference.

    I think that the left one is doable. Not sure about the right one.
     

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    Right one is possible, but might literally be level 20. :wink:

    I'm thinking this (with 1/4 spots rather than V spots obv):

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    I was thinking orange as a base color as well. Or peach.
     
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    I agree with the DG Peach as well. CPC Orange just does not bring enough pop to the party.
     
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    I love your set Jeff. Unfortunately I don't have any ideas. Just wanted to tell you I miss you and I'm leaving town right after Christmas.
     
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    Like white for this set.
     
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    Yep we all need $500 cash chips!! Always hard to manage $50,000 nights =>

    44mms,
    4DS316 punched again with 414s (redbelly's),
    Bright white base, 4 different 2-tone primary colors for each of the 4 sides.

    This should be a level 11 epiphany
     
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    Is this too boring?

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    Here was a suggestion...I think I like the white base better than the choc base
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    Orange chip right; or Orange chip left with green instead of black spots.
     
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    I just got out my sample set and the day glow peach and day glow orange are very close in color. I tried the greens with it and I don't think I like it. If I did those colors I don't think I'd do the right.
     
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    What do you think of these...

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