1. This is a proof-of-concept so it's not a real card so the personalized text is not important. That is why we cannot pay more than $30 for it, and preferably $20.
[url removed, login to view] card doesn't have to be complicated. You shouldn't take more than two hours or so.
3. We might choose more than one designer to work with and test the waters. We want to do many designs and many things 3D so that we can 3D print them.
We need a 3D design of a birthday greeting card.
These are the parameters:
1. The card should be rendered as two .STL files;
2. The card should be designed as a 178 mm by 127 mm by [url removed, login to view] mm rectangular slab ([url removed, login to view]);
3. The card should be designed using any two matching colors; you may mix and match the colors any way you want; use any of the following eight colors: black, white, blue, yellow, red, green, purple, violet.
4. The card should be a unique design. Impress us with the raised text and graphics (T&G). The T&G should be of any height up to [url removed, login to view] mm, including the slab thickness; i.e., ([url removed, login to view] mm slab + variable, up to [url removed, login to view] mm raised T&G = 4 mm.) Use the words Happy Birthday, any other nice wording; use balloons, hearts, borders, etc. Do whatever you want, just make sure it’s beautiful! (and of course feel free to check and get ideas from the many free public-domain designs on the web, but make it unique.) You may also use holes of zero thickness, including on the slab. That’s the first .STL file.
5. After you are completely done making the card, then add the following 3D words somewhere at the bottom, just the way that you would add them if you had bought the card at the [url removed, login to view] text might be slanted as when one hand writes something. Make sure you use a handwritten font of sorts:
I will love you forever, Madeleine!
-Tony (OR ANY OTHER TEXT SUPPOSED TO BE PERSONALIZED)
6. The whole personalized card corresponds to the second STL file.
7. We will be interested in making many more cards with you.
8. Thank you very much!