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I made my own currency, but I am poor af so I use free photo editing platforms all the time. This is the result
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>>409442
It is nice as a first project. Still, you should develop it more.
First of all, keep researching more about money. You need to know why money looks how it looks. Also, learn about the printing method so you can learn why this building would never be printed on money, and why the man should be edited so it can be printed properly.
Also, learning about the security features and design decisions from other currencies you will be able to improve your design and element placement.
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>>409442
What is this about?
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Alright start
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>>409442
what free software did you use and how to gets it ?
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sounds like a fun project.
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>>409442
cool idea
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This is from an old assignment back in school. We had 30 minutes to recreate the $100 bill. Wasn't the greatest thing, but its recreating currency would be a fun side project to spend time on.
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>>410950
>zig-zag lines not at the same angle as the white band
>stars not centered
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>>410950
>musk

cringe
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>>411322
Kino
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>>410969
I only had 30 minutes
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>>410969
This critique is fair.

>>411544
No need to reply for me anon.
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>>409442
Good start, keep working on it, make sure to center and align things properly, also read a lil bit

https://www.designboom.com/design/money-design-and-history/
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>>410909
So I assume you made this on paint ? give me somethin dude i wanna make currency too
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>>409442
Be mindful of compression either when exporting or uploading it will fuck up the antiforging cross hatching and fine patterns
>>410950
Did a pretty nice job but
>>411552
This have some blurriness too

I would recommend doing fine details in vector (svg) and the bigger simpler things with rasta (png, jpeg) where compression isn't a issue

Bonus fact social media downscales uploaded images and that could fuck all the small details that you made
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>>410909
Not OP but gimp is good and I hear inkscape is pretty okay.
You can get them on their website and I believe it runs on nearly every OS

There's paint . Net too but I haven't look at that in ages
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Another nice open source program is Krita, which works well for drawing, but maybe not as well for image manipulation.

St.Sava Cathedral is a nice touch, but 1 of the lights is off.

For inspiration you can take a look at other banknotes,
like the ones from Indonesia, Canada or Australia.





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