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Request fore Hire: New $1 and $100 for my Custom Ceramic Set

Discussion in 'Custom Chip Design - Request For Hire' started by SonRK, Jan 23, 2015.

  1. SonRK

    SonRK Active Member

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    Hey all

    The user, chipshippie, helped created my custom ceramic set here a few years back. I tried to get in contact with him via this forum, and on eBay, but received no responses back. I have now decided to try to find a new designer to help me :)

    I use Old West Poker Supplies to print my chips. I've been satisfied with their work, so that's who I will use to print these new ones as well.

    So after enough years, I want to replace the $1 in my set, and add $100 to my set. Replacing the Red's and Green's would be too expensive, so I'm content with them staying the same :razz:

    I included the digital proof of my first printing of my chips to show all the colors, edgespots, designs, etc.



    Here is what I want to accomplish. I want to maintain the same feel of my current $1s, but change the picture of what's in the middle. Maybe a more exciting edgespot too I guess. I included a picture of the character I want in my $1. It's called a Hellbat (picture that say's Season 2)

    For my $100s, I want to use the Zergling (purple looking dog creature). Maybe have the picture on the right side of the center of the chip, as opposed to my current design that has the lady go from the left middle facing to the right. I am also willing to pay extra to have the edgespot align to something in face of the chip. Gives them that extra sense of luxury if they're ever in play.
     

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  2. abby99

    abby99 Admin / Chip Magpie
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    Just so you know, chipshippie was involved in a serious car accident a while back and is still recovering. No word that I've seen on when he'll be back in action. We're all hoping for a full recovery.
     
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  3. TexRex

    TexRex Well-Known Member

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    I've used Ken Scott -- info@pokerchipartist.com, for 3 sets of chips and some other projects. He's fast, does GREAT work, and less expensive than I would have thought. Contact him!
     
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  4. SonRK

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    Ahh damn. I wish him a speedy and full recovery
     
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