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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMet View Post
    Looks like you could work for Topps Bunt...


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    Yeah, I can make digital autos and relics all day

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    You revived it! Now lets see some customs!

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    two years later.....

    Quote Originally Posted by fordman View Post
    I'll see what I can offer you later when I get home. I don't have much to offer for backs of cards but plenty of fronts.

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    How do i change the "Reds" in the 1965 front? its been two years since you posted this and i was wondering if you had any new card fronts.

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    Your best bet is to find a card from that set of the team you are trying to make and paste the logo over the "Reds" part. This is what I did for the Astros.

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    I just downloaded your 1985 Topps PSD and opened it up.
    Was curious how you setup your layers. I typically use a clear layer as my base and then send the photo to the back so the border covers it. Not sure how to work with your gray layer. My issue might be that I'm using version 9 of PSD.

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    You can always delete the gray layer and insert a clear under layer.

    I didnít design that one, so not sure what the original intent was.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Simarc View Post
    I just downloaded your 1985 Topps PSD and opened it up.
    Was curious how you setup your layers. I typically use a clear layer as my base and then send the photo to the back so the border covers it. Not sure how to work with your gray layer. My issue might be that I'm using version 9 of PSD.
    Create a new layer above the gray layer and keep it highlighted. Ctrl-click the gray layer - it wont highlight and you'll see the marching ants select box appear. Paste-into whatever picture you're wanting to use for the card. You can move the picture and/or zoom in/out within the marching ants select box. To do it this way, it allows you to position the card picture without disturbing the rest of the card design. I hope that helps why I made the gray layer.

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    I typically use day-glo green for the background to ensure that I cover it with the photo.

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    First of all, these templates are absolutely amazing! Thank you for all the have posted them. I have used most of them, and they are very user friendly and easy to use. When you want to replace a picture, just click on the smart object, replace it with the new picture of your liking, save it and you're done. The problem I am having is with the 87 Topps. It's asking to "copy and paste" into a particular area and it's just not working for me? Not sure why it's done differently than all the others? Seems like the others have it set it to make it easy. Can someone suggest some tips on how to do it? I have tried over and over, but nothing is working as far as adding my own picture to the 87 Topps. Thanks again for your time!

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    New to this. Love the stuff here. Question I'm looking for any year Donruss Card template but the AL NL All-Stars one

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    Hey Fordman,

    All of your template links seem to be dead now, leaving only my much inferior templates. Are they still publicly available?

    Quote Originally Posted by fordman View Post
    Create a new layer above the gray layer and keep it highlighted. Ctrl-click the gray layer - it wont highlight and you'll see the marching ants select box appear. Paste-into whatever picture you're wanting to use for the card. You can move the picture and/or zoom in/out within the marching ants select box. To do it this way, it allows you to position the card picture without disturbing the rest of the card design. I hope that helps why I made the gray layer.

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