Tasks / Character Business Cards
Make business cards for your character. If you like, you may hand them out when doing tasks for the game. You may want to make a calling (or "visiting") card instead:
The essential convention was that one person would not expect to see another person in their own home ... without first leaving their visiting card with the person at their home. Upon leaving the card, they would not expect to be admitted at first, but might receive a card at their own home in response. This would serve as a signal that a personal visit and meeting at home would not be unwelcome. On the other hand, if no card was forthcoming in return, or if a card was sent in an envelope, a personal visit was thereby discouraged.
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It's better to give than to receive. I already have cards for work and don't need new ones that I will give out by mistake. Instead, I made cards for my favorite person west of Texas.
i created business cards for myself in illustrator.. unfortunately my printer seems to be thirsty for some ink.. so the printed version isn't quite as pretty as on screen. i will print more when i get to an inky store place. there are 3 versions, eac...
I've had a number of personal business cards in my life. Some of my betters ones were during high school, I liked having "Owning Your Mom" next to my name and email. Now there are some things that you need in order to make a pretty good business card...
parts of me on it.
I had a billion little cards left over from stationary I got for graduation notices...from high school. I'm in grad school now, and I don't think I'll be needing them again. They were plain white cards that said my full name, all in perfect cursive. ...
just some masked, layered images & text.
I feel so official, now.
yea you want my info.
I'm still working on convincing myself I'm an artist, and I decided to reflect that theme in my business cards. SF0 not only encourages me to create, it also forces me to call my creations "art," even when I might not otherwise. This is the "trial....