2024-01-25 (Th) Gravy Shock Card game borders 2

The previous border I edited went smoothly, but I will print the rules for each card on it, so I needed space at the bottom. I had plenty of other options. I followed the same routine of removing the background and text. I remoted the horizontal lines from one card, but it seemed premature until I have an idea of how much text I will include.

The AI-generated these images in much higher resolution than necessary for the cards, and I did not scale them down. Editing, especially area selections, took longer on the high-resolution images, but I will save the scaling for the final operation. The last image struck me as an option for one of the card backs. I removed some tiny floating spheres, but the one on the right was too large to edit cleanly, so I may not use it.
Card borders

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