2024-01-24 (W) Gravy Shock Card first game border

I generated AI images with the prompt "Space science-fiction card game border." I wanted to make two types of cards, MOTHER SHIP and MINING, but those alliterative names still need to be determined. There were a few images that caught my eye. I wanted one that was symmetrical, lacked icons or colored indicators in the corners, and seemed thematic. Each card had something in the window, and I knew I would have to cut that in GIMP, my raster image editor of choice.

I imported one as an experiment. I removed the subject in the middle with a rectangular selection, which surprised me because the AI generated straight borders. The text at the top and bottom was senseless, so I removed it with a combination of adjacent color selection and selection growth. I filled the holes with the nearby color and finished with the healing tool to smooth the sharp edges. The current text is a couple of layers I added with editable text. It was a good trial, but I do not care about this border.
Blank card border with text placeholders

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