Hacking CompC's amiibo Cards!

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Another 4: Greninja, Palutena and Jigglypuff AND Sonic. Enjoy :)

JIGGLYPUFF.png 38 PALUTENA 2.png 36 GRENINJA.png 26 SONIC.png

Palutena Artwork :)
PALUTENA.png

EDIT: I added the original artwork for Palutena
 
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Added another 5: The missing No. 4 Donkey Kong, No.16 Little Mac, No. 25 Shulk, No. 29 Meta Knight and No. 44 Olimar.

04 Donkey Kong.png 16 Little Mac.png 25 Shulk.png 29 Meta Knight.png 44 OLIMAR.png

Now i'm going to create the missing and boring No. 45 to 50. So the collection should be complete :)

EDIT: I bought a Vinyl white Laser Printable paper. And i'm going to print all these cards and attach to my used digital code Pokemon booster Card
( IMG_0583.JPG ).
I think these cards are perfect for the amiibo cards :)

EDIT 2: I forgot to insert Little Mac :)
 
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EDIT: I bought a Vinyl white Laser Printable paper. And i'm going to print all these cards and attach to my used digital code Pokemon booster Card
( ).
I think these cards are perfect for the amiibo cards :)
nice! xD I have some of these (like 2 ? ) a friend gave me, but never used, but the back, if I'm not wrong(I'm?), is like a common pokecard, I was thinking about printing a joke pokemon stye card someday ....
But this gave me anoter idea, making an nice card "amiibo complatible" (like the e reader ones).... would be nice "smash [insert pokemon here]" amiibo card hahah I liked the idea I'm going to work on the arts SOON™ heheh
 
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nice! xD I have some of these (like 2 ? ) a friend gave me, but never used, but the back, if I'm not wrong(I'm?), is like a common pokecard, I was thinking about printing a joke pokemon stye card someday ....
But this gave me anoter idea, making an nice card "amiibo complatible" (like the e reader ones).... would be nice "smash [insert pokemon here]" amiibo card hahah I liked the idea I'm going to work on the arts SOON™ heheh

nope, on the back there is a Bar code for redeem the booster pack in PokemonTrading Card Game Online.
 

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Awesome work everyone. All of my requests were filled before I even had a chance to get to work on the .psd that was posted. You guys are awesome. Thank you for sharing!
 

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Added another 5: The missing No. 4 Donkey Kong, No.16 Little Mac, No. 25 Shulk, No. 29 Meta Knight and No. 44 Olimar.
View attachment 39158 View attachment 39186 View attachment 39159 View attachment 39160 View attachment 39177
Now i'm going to create the missing and boring No. 45 to 50. So the collection should be complete :)
EDIT: I bought a Vinyl white Laser Printable paper. And i'm going to print all these cards and attach to my used digital code Pokemon booster Card
( View attachment 39163 ).
I think these cards are perfect for the amiibo cards :)
EDIT 2: I forgot to insert Little Mac :)
And... Here's a better quality image for Shulk
http://www.mediafire.com/view/dlqutm1d6rea54p/Shulk_Artwork_sl.png

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Anyone know where I can find a HQ Ganondorf?
I've seen a few 1500 x 1500px PNGs, but they were badly Photoshopped to get the transparency.
I know one exists, but I haven't been able to find it.
 
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@Simone I noticed your Pit, Dark Pit, Ness, Lucas and Falco are missing the transparency on the corners. Can you please update them. :)

Yep, because i recreated the card without the original PSD, so it's slightly different. I will recreate these card tomorrow ok? :)
Good night guys :)

(Italy Time :D it' 1:35 am here)
 
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