So I've tried my hand at a couple of themed expansion packs, and the feedback I've gotten has been pretty good so far. So I've decided to try my hand at a non-themed set, with a card count that's about the same as the official expansions (108 cards total, plus some blank cards for padding if needed), witch I hath dubbed "Cords Against Harmony Vol. 1"; original, I know.
I tried my best keep these cards as original as possible, but I'm sure there are a couple of pieces of low hanging fruit that inevitably ended up in my basket as well as someone else's; it's the effing internet of course there are going to be people with similar ideas and sense of humor, *shrug*. The only card I cannot take credit for is the "ferrite card", that idea came solely from the demented mind of our own Swage66; send all your praise and/or hate mail to him for that one. If you don't like any of the other cards; right-click, and delete buddy. I mean I'm giving this stuff away for free, it's not like you paid anything for them anyway, right?! =P
As always the files are provided for free download, and use. The only thing that I ask is that you not be a dirty scoundrel, and try to pass these off as some kind of "rare Cards Against Humanity expansion" on eBay for ridiculous amounts of money... or even reasonable amounts of money... or even unreasonably low amounts of money... unless you can beat the prices on PrinterStudio, then I just might order them from you lol.
One thing you may have noticed is that there is a link directly to the files on PrinterStudio now. PrinterStudio has just recently added the ability to share your designs, and yes, sell them if you want. Before anybody goes getting all worked up over this, I have not marked up the prices to make any money. The base prices are set by PrinterStudio (prices we are all familiar with, and can be checked), but when you share/sell a design, they offer you the ability to raise the price if you want. While i found this to be a slightly tempting idea, I ultimately decided that it would just be in bad form... and I didn't want to get sued. But I did figure that it would be easier for those of you who already planned on using PrinterStudio to be able to just click the link, rather than downloading the .zip file, unzipping it, and uploading all the individual files to PrinterStudio. For those of you who want to use other printing methods, you are more than welcome to; I have no vested interest in PrinterStudio what-so-ever, they've just had the best prices and quality that I've been able to find so far.
A little long-winded for a simple "hey check out what I made" post, but I hope you enjoy, and as always I'd love to hear your feedback. =D