Physical Copy of Cards?

I’m working on a hair dye series found here and I had an idea.

After releasing the series on the site, printing them out as a limited edition set so there would be physical copies available. Each card being the size of a poker card with the artwork on the front and maybe some information on the back (such as rarity, card name, number of print, etc). An idea to make it more exclusive to neonmob is, the complete card set would be for sale only to collectors who have been able to collect the full series.

Is this an idea you would be interested in? Do you have any suggestions to improve it?


There are definitely a few sets I own (and a few I don’t, yet) that I would love to have as physical copy sets to display/collect. This sounds like a great idea for the artists willing to do so, and for us collectors as well

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thank you for your feedback ^^ Do you think the concept of having it be exclusive to neonmob collectors who have already completed the digital set makes the idea more interesting or do you think it might be too restrictive?

Seems like an interesting idea. I actually do have a physical copy of my own armature series the size of poker cards, since I find it quite fun to work at such a small scale. I think having it exclusive to collectors who have already completed the digital set is better since they’re the most likely to want a physical version of them


@manlyunikorn I think the idea of keeping it exclusive to collectors who have completed the set is perfect. It minimizes waste by not giving it out to collectors who might not want it and kind of gives serious collectors incentive to complete their favorite digital sets in order to obtain their physical counterparts.

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This is a cool idea! :slight_smile:
I know some artists try to sell their art off site, like etsy, ect. (Personally, I tried redbubble but quit.) However, to have it on site would make it much more available for everyone and more known. Also your poker/trading cards sounds like a cool thing to have!

I also agree that it’s probably for the best that it’s for people who completed the set, but at the same time I’d understand why people would want it available outright, especially after the series has ended and it’s been awhile and new people might just start collecting and have a hard time finishing depending on the series size. Idk?

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And I am just happy that this is all digital.

(looking at my dust collection trading cards of Star Trek TNG & Co I have collected in the nineties. Which will be - except a few - dumped in the next few month I guess.)


While complete set “exclusivity” sounds like a fun idea, I think it takes away the financial incentive from NeonMob to invest the effort.

What do they gain from shrinking their market? We’re they to restrict their audience, they’d have to make up the loss by charging significantly more to the small group of people with access.