A few years back I made a couple of decks of my own. One was a paper-and-scissors collage. I gave a copy to a friend and kept one for myself. Showed it to some people online and they wanted a copy. So I started to make them to sell to other people - all told, I sold maybe 10 I think ...
Not too long ago somebody brought up the deck on a certain other forum. And I've had a few people contact me after that asking if they could have a copy. First I said no. Then I started to think about it.
My real reservation (aside from the time and money input to hand-make decks - finding a printer is out of the question) is that I'd want to redo some of the cards. Ones I wasn't completely pleased with back then or that might be a bit dodgy copyright-wise.
Anyone else ever have this concern, or know of deck creators that have? Do I leave them as is in the original, or do I make the changes?
skad1 wrote: Do you have any picture? I'd love to see them, and probably put my name in for a copy of the 3rd edition.
And Nicole is right, it's your deck, do what you want! Plus if you are not happy with the images, it's be nothing but a hassle to make the decks, where if you like the images, it'd be fun. Hi Skad, as soon as I get the offending cards redone I will post a link to see them and give any more info if anybody is silly enough to want them :)