Any recommendations on where to commission high-quality physical custom cards?

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Posted on June 9, 2024, 12:38 a.m. by StopShot

I want to change the artwork and flavor text of a card I use at my playgroup. I got the custom art and have made a digital copy of the card with the art I want using MTGCardSmith.

Any recommendations who I can commission to make a decent physical copy of the card I've recreated?

chaosshadow589 says... #2

Mpc proxy is like identical to mtg paper stock and there are tons of images already uploaded. Additionally you can upload your own and format them. I've ordered hundreds of cards some even foil and they are nearly indistinguishable from the real thing minus they won't allow you to use the mtg logo on the back.

June 9, 2024 11:58 a.m.

Caerwyn says... #3

To be very clear, TappedOut is not a place to advertise websites that sell proxies. While folks are allowed to make proxies at home, paying someone else to create proxies violates Wizards' intellectual property rights (as someone else is profiting off Wizards' property). This is why Wizards' official policy is to turn a blind eye to at-home printed proxies for casual play, but holds a very different view on third-party created and sold proxies.

TappedOut's Terms and Conditions make it very clear that this site may not be used in a way that violates or encourages the violation of others' IP rights. This policy exists not only to protect Wizards' IP, but to protect this site against any claims that it actively allowed for the promotion of copyright or trademark infringement.

Accordingly, no one should be posting the names or otherwise directing anyone to any website that sells proxies of Magic cards. This will be the only warning on the subject.

June 9, 2024 11:06 p.m.

TypicalTimmy says... #4

Perhaps this thread can be closed, as to prevent further discussion on the matter? Because someone might not read your reply, Caerwyn and move to reply to StopShot - not out of violation of terms and policy, but just to be nice and friendly.

Closing the thread would prevent that accident from occuring.

June 12, 2024 2:28 a.m.

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