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How to make Kaijudo proxies
Topic Started: Jul 6 2013, 04:26 PM (502 Views)
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0:00 - Adobe Photoshop
3:45 - Paint & Microsoft Word

The size of a Kaijudo card is about 2.5 inches x 3.5 inches.

Making the cards black and white is optional if you don't want to print in color. You'll use less ink by using the Maximum White setting in Photoshop or increasing the brightness and decreasing the contrast in Microsoft Word.

Code cards are perfect for using with proxies. Place the proxy on top of the code card and put both into a sleeve.

Of course if you want an easier method, just take a piece of paper and write down what the card does and put it into a sleeve.
Edited by RedRaptor10, Jul 7 2013, 01:13 PM.
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Why not use a common that you don't need any more? At least that way it has the right back on it so that if you can see your cards through your sleeves (and with some of them you can) then it will look like a normal card.

Honestly, I prefer the easier method. It seems less like counterfeiting cards to me. The whole, print proxies to look as close to the real cars as possible has always struck me that way even in Magic.
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Jul 6 2013, 09:27 PM
Why not use a common that you don't need any more? At least that way it has the right back on it so that if you can see your cards through your sleeves (and with some of them you can) then it will look like a normal card.

Honestly, I prefer the easier method. It seems less like counterfeiting cards to me. The whole, print proxies to look as close to the real cars as possible has always struck me that way even in Magic.
Yeah those are another option. I only have 24 code cards so I'm going to use Hydrobot Crabs and Rumbling Terrasaurs lol.
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