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Subject: The best way to get a prototype printed rss

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Christian Strain
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I need a prototype made, but everyone I talk to wants me to make the art based on their sizes and types of files. I'm creating the art and sizes based on what's best for the game and what works best for the final printer. What they're asking for is for me to redo almost everything to fit their standards.

Even worse, their standards aren't game industry standard. I just looked at a list of box sizes one had and they didn't even have the typical box size like 7 Wonders.

Does anyone know someone who can make a prototype without all this fuss?
 
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J C Lawrence
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Yep. You can. It isn't that hard.

Or are you asking for a production proof?
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As close to production quality as possible.
 
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That's not a prototype, that's a proof, and for that you'll want everything from your CYMK art files on down to the material choices to be finalised with the ultimate product.
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