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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by CompC, Feb 3, 2016.
Just added the Yoshi's Wooly World series!
Thanks a ton! Looks great.
Here's a couple more requested Smash cards:
They look fantastic!
Sorry that the pics weren't helpful. Could you make the regular Mario of the Super Mario Bros series?
Yes, I'll try to do it tomorrow.
I'll also redo Zero Suit Samus, Wii Fit Trainer, and Doctor Mario -- I accidentally left Diddy Kong's shadow on in all of them.
I actually printed out my cards today! They work as amiibo
They look amazing. How did you attach the tags? Did you put a piece of card behind that and the nfc between it?
Simply, glue on a piece, then place the tag between the front and the back paper and press the two pieces
Once again - great work!!
Stickers are amazing.
Waiting for mine ntag215 pcv card to ship and I will start my amiibo card collection.
Superb work mon.
CompC, These look amazing!
I'm printing them on 2x4 name tag labels and they work great. Avery 5444 if you want the model number for the labels.
Would be great if you can do Greninja, Pac-Man, and Sonic.
Thank you for these.
awesome work cant wait to see a complete set, keep up the great work, its definitely appreciated
WOOOOOOOOAH I didn't even think of that! @CompC that may very well be worth OP'ing
I would love to see normal Mario from the SMB series. Can you do that one?
Others I'd love to see from SSBB:
Keep up the good work. These are awesome!
I though you had tags that you attached to the printed cards, if so how did you get the corners so smooth, im guessing you are printed onto card?
Still need to get my tags eventually a have a crap top of 100gms+ glossy photo paper pretty thick and was wondering how to get good rounded corners
I used the PVC NTAG cards, will just print them on glossy sticker paper, stick, and trim to size.
Hey guys the cards are awesome, but what do they work for??
They can act as amiibo backups, this thread is just about making them look pretty.
The pictures on the thread don't do anything by themselves. You print them off and stick them to your nfc backup to make it look awesome
I actually just printed them on card stock. I printed the front and back separately, stuck the tag on the back on the other side of the "amiibo" logo, and then attached the two cards together, with rolled up tape!
I actually just used scissors to cut them out. They turned out great! I'm going to laminate them so that the ink doesn't get messed up I spill water on them or something.
I've been busy the last few days but I will make more cards soon! Thanks everyone!
Just a suggestion. X-acto knife and adhesive spray. Spray one side and attach the card then flip over, trace the card with the x-acto, spray and attach the other side then flip over again and trace with the x-acto again.
I have not ordered the tags yet, or decided if I will or how I will have them printed. But I did get a quote from a local print company. About $3 to print both front and back if I bring the Tags my self, they don't usually let people bring their own NFC cards, but he was afraid his cards wouldn't work so he could make an exception.