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    Ticket cards

    I have some time of late (out of work metals chemist is you are hiring) and have a bunch of tickets I wanted to preserve. So I started making some cut cards for tickets. Wondering what people think. Also I had no idea who to put on the Duke vs Pitt game, the only pro I could find was Peterman so if you are wondering that's why. The game was awful. The Scherzer one was a no-no (nearly perfect) game.
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    These rock. Good stuff, BW!
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    Very Cool! Nice work, love them.

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    Great idea... You have inspired me to make my own since I was wondering what to do with my duplicates.
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    Here are two more I did with Duke Basketball tickets:
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    Very cool, looking great!
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    I like your design a whole bunch! The generic ticket framing the actual ticket is visually appealing and changing the color based on team color is a nice differentiation. The small notch in the lower left corner that helps provide space for the player is also a fun little piece of design flare. I do have a couple questions:

    1. Have you experimented with a drop shadow for the player in the corner? I don't know if it would work but might provide some pop to the card, though that could also be my love of 1990s design talking.
    2. What kind of card stock are you using for your design? Along the right side of the window it seems like there is some depth there.
    3. Do you take commissions?

    Great work, inspirational way to upcycle ticket stubs!
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    Hey I've got to ask. Are you the same Badwax that made a bunch of facsimile autograph booklets way back when? I just saw your user name and I couldn't find the site that hosted them all. I remember when I first got started in customs that site popped up, it was a big influence. Anyways just wanted see if you were same the guy.

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    great job

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