2022-07-27 (W) Distorted Mansion Designing and uploading graphics

When I download images from WOMBO, they are already card-shaped, but they carry the company URL, my text prompt, and their logo. They also make the background unevenly colored, so I can't cover them. I made a similar-looking design in GIMP. I asked a friend for recommendations about where to print cards, and he suggested The Game Crafter. They offer card printing services and a downloadable template to ensure correctly printed cards. The poker cards are inexpensive, but the tarot cards are better for the artwork. I revised my template to make everything fit and began exporting one image at a time, which was tedious, so I made a macro to do most of the work.
Editing in GIMP

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