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Jackthehammer

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#1 12 years ago

ok, here s the deal.

My bank currently has a new ad. You can now ask a new card (credit-card) and have some picture you like printed on it, so you have your own unique card. since I was already needed a new one (my old one is bent and cracked and been in the washer + dryer a few times:lookaround: ) I feel this is a nice opportunity to replace my old one with a brand new unique card.

Im asking you photoshop-miracleworkers to design a picture for my new card.:bows:

there doenst have to be any text on it, and the required dimensions are 480x480, min 300Kb, max 3Mb.

as a subject id like some nice pics of the 2005 mustang. :naughty: (feel free to use any pictures of it you have, I just added some nice ones)

thnx in advance.:cya:




Phoenix_22 VIP Member

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#2 12 years ago

Here's one for now: mustangcard7tk.png

i plan on doing one more, at least, but i liked this picture.




Jackthehammer

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#3 12 years ago

lol, thnx! and btw, congratulations wiv your +6666 posts. ;) btw, I said the resolution should be 480x480, but their website states AT

LEAST 480x480.. I thought this was a funny size anyway, who has a square creditcard?

so, the images can be bigger if you ask me. at least theyll be prettier when printed I think. supported formats: Jpeg, BMP, Gif and TIFF. here s an example from their website.:deal:




Pb2Au

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#4 12 years ago

Here's my submission, a larger scale of credit-card dimensions for minimal cropping/distrortion. It's not 100% complete; I was trying to get a nice spectrum effect, but one color (the one in the top layer) always ended up dominant (yellow in this case). If someone ahemlikephoenixwhounderstandsphotoshopaheckofalotbetterthaniprobablyeverwillahem :lookaround: could give me a tip on how to get the spectrum to act normally, my submission will then be done. cartest13jt.jpg




Jackthehammer

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#5 12 years ago

already nice looking! I look forward to the next one! thnx m8!




-SovieT-

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#6 12 years ago

so, if they are saying you can submit .gif images, technically you could submit an animated picture and they'd still have to print it?




Jackthehammer

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#7 12 years ago

yes, but a printed .gif doenst move anymore eh? ;)




Trollwarlord2

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#8 12 years ago

Maybe if they equipped the cards with an LCd screen?




leicester20

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#9 12 years ago

[quote=jackthehammer]...My bank currently has a new ad. You can now ask a new card (credit-card) and have some picture you like printed on it, so you have your own unique card...[quote] What a cool idea!!! I wish my bank would do something like that. You have to have their c****y designs though. :(




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#10 12 years ago

haha lol




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