Hello Everyone! I'm new in this forum but i use MSE since... well, since i started using internet years ago i guess. I love this program, i used to create entire card sets, which earlier were really umbalanced, then i grew up and i improved more and more. Since some years ago i started creating other games, i think of myself as an unending never satisfied well of creativity, then i made Sovereign. I hope i don't sound as an arrogant guy, but i never played a game like Sovereign. I love it, my friends love it since i made em try it, and i developed tons of cards for it. Now i want to make a step up, and i'd want to give Sovereign a graphic made for it. I always used MTG themes or MTG-like themes (god, I love MSE) and i tried to create a style for Sovereign. It was not easy and today i'm still editing here and there some parts of it, but i found that creating every single card with graphic design programs is a pain in the back. I tried looking at some templating tutorial but i guess i'm not a good pc user, i never reached the point to understand how to do it. So i'm here asking for your help. I'd need anyone who could help me templating my set so that i can easily create and editing cards with my favourite program. I looked at the rules and i didn't find anything against this, so i want to say that i'm willing to pay for your help as a reward for your time and effort.
Sorry for my english, i know it's not that good, i'm trying my best to improving my game Thank you everyone for reading this, hope i'll find someone willing to help me!
I personally would recommend using either Card Creator which is on steam, or Component Studio which is a companion program for The Game Crafter which is a custom card game printing company and distributor.
Card Creator is a one time payment program that is more basic, but still lets you mass edit cards.
Component Studio is sadly has a monthly fee(that I have never used), but is fine tuned to work with The Game Crafter and has some more advanced features, however unless you are making lots of non card pieces for your game is probably not really worth the price.
Board Game Geek has a large list of software, but most of them are either difficult, questionable, don't have many important features, or are software that is actually intended for other things (one is a collection of open source card symbols). It still might be good to take a look, some are free as well.
Thank you for your reply! I tried both the solutions you proposed but unfortunately they don't fit what i need i'm afraid... I think that MSE is the best way to go since i already used it a lot, and i'd just need to template my graphic into the program.
If anyone's willing to help me my request is still open