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SEGA Nerds Trading Cards: Series 2

Another year, and we are celebrating our site’s birthday again (and during the whole month)! So, as part of our annual traditions we decided to release again The SEGA Nerds Trading Cards: So behold Series 2 is here!!

We will be releasing cards each week until the month is done, six in total, so check this post regularly, it will be updated. Each card is a collaboration between our staff writers and community artists we invited. So download them and print them! Collect all six!

If you wish to get our series 1 set, you can download them clicking here.

SEGA NERDS TRADING CARDS: SERIES 2

Here’s the first two ones so far:

9) CHAO : Art by: Sierra Adolph,  twitter @DORlKYASU . Card text by our staff writer: Marcin Gulik. Be sure to check out Sierra’s recent comic: Sprout! And to read Marcin’s news section on our site!

Download the card file (front and back) here.

Chao by Sierra Adolph

10) Alys from Phantasy Star IV : Art by: Sami Briggs,  twitter @TheSmai . Card text by our staff writer: Jayson Lamp. Sami has been making some collabs for our site for a while, and it’s obviously for her great artstyle, be sure to check her site: here or get some of her awesome tees at her store. Be sure to check out Jayson’s great SEGA Racing Games reviews on our site!
Download the card file (front and back) here.

Phantasy Star IV Alys by Sami Briggs

11) ToeJam : Art by: Melee Ninja,  twitter @Melee_Ninja . Card text by our staff writer: Köpke. Adam does a lot of retro videogames inspired art for T-Shirts, be sure to check his site: here. As for Köpke, you already know me… 😛
Download the card file (front and back) here.

ToeJam by Melee Ninja

12) Joe Musashi : Art by: Köpke,  twitter @kopke . Card text by our staff writer: Blake Worrell. Köpke is our resident illustrator and designer for the site, be sure to check his merch store: here. Don’t forget to check Blake’s One on One with the Requiem section on our site too!
Download the card file (front and back) here.

Joe Musashi by Köpke

13) Max from the Shining Series: Art by: Benja HTD,  twitter @BenjahTD . Card text by our editor in chief: Chris Powell. Benja is a great illustrator from Cancún, Mexico, check out his realistic style at his site: here. Don’t forget to read all of the features Chris does for the site!
Download the card file (front and back) here.

Shining Max by BenjahTD

14) Kazuma from the Ryu Ga Gotoku (Yakuza) Series: Art by: Davuu Wart,  twitter @DavuuWart . Card text by our features writer: Lee Sparkes. Davuu is a pixel animator from Spain, he has a youtube channel with videogame humor animations (with English subs) that you can watch over here. Don’t forget to read all of the special features & retrospectives Lee has done for the site!
Download the card file (front and back) here.

Yakuza Kazuma by Davuu Wart

15) Astal: Art by: Voxie,  twitter @Voxie . Card text by our features writer: Andrew Pine. Voxie is a British illustrator who inherited her nickname from the Dreamcast era so she loves SEGA as much as you do, be sure to check out her work on her site over here. Don’t forget to read all of the special features & retrospectives Andrew has done for the site, specially the Saturn ones!
Download the card file (front and back) here.

Astal by Voxie

 

INSTRUCTIONS:  Download the .PDF file in the link after each card title. Print the front page on the white card paper that fits on your printer by telling Adobe Reader to just print the first page on the printing menu. Flip your paper on the printer paper tray once the cover is done, then tell it to print the second page, be sure to check the side your printer releases the paper so you don’t screw each side of the card.

Once this is done, you’ll need a ruler, a cutter, and a surface to scratch. Align the ruler using the cross marks printed on the edges of each side of the card, cut from side to side. If you have problem with cutters, you can trace a line with a pencil from point to point and use scissors too! There is some space bleed on the print so you won’t miss. And that’s it! Enjoy your cards!

kopke

Graphic Designer and Illustrator, and of course a SEGA Nerd and Fan!

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