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Even the "best" card makers have loads of mistakes. When will they learn...? Updated 21 Aug · 0 comments

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Maybe one day school'll fix all the mistakes it's made. But nontheless, school's awesome, even if there's enough mistakes.

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I'm sick of rating sets that have loads of flaws.
Here's how not to fail.
-No text in pictures (unless it's barely visible)
-Put effort into the effects
-MAKE THEM REALISTIC. No card effects, no pictures covering text, all that.
Follow them to get at least a 7/10. Improve on them tips to get 9 or 10.

My awesome shop is in the Graphic Design Shop Whatever forum.

How I rate cards:
0/10-Just improve then come back. It's what needs to be done.
1/10-Listen to our information before someone smashes you with a ban hammer.
2/10-Look, you're doing bad. Listen please.
3/10-Well you're a beginner (or else). Let us help you and you'll be better. Good luck.
4/10-So you're a beginner but not at your beginner level. Keep it that way and improve.
5/10-You have some errors that make you stick out for obvious reasons.
6/10-Average. You'll improve by re-reading the tutorials and looking at examples.
7/10-Nice. You're a good card maker and you deserve repuation. Just let us tell you what's wrong with your cards.
8/10-Skill. You're around the level of most advanced members.
9/10-You should tutor people. You barely make mistakes and other people should be like you.
10/10-Your cards are flawless, you should be a main tutor of YCM. You humiliated even the best.

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