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Old 11-13-2018, 03:45 PM
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[QUOTE=thugjitsu;1582387]Here's some more

baby blue matte


Is the matte always "shadowed" like this?

Interesting thread that I never saw before. Nice bump!
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Old 11-14-2018, 08:47 AM
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That actually looks similar to the example in the table labeled "Gloss."





I think the difference is subtle. zj1002 explains it as this:
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[Gloss stamps] are standard colors but they don't have the "matte finish" which tends to have a "dull" look to it. The glossy ones have some shine to them while not being metallic.
If nothing else, the "shadow" that you point out is a differentiation I'd not noticed before.

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What about the floral pattern foils?
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Or this rustic foil.
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Another cool foil.
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Another cool foil.


Wow, that one is crazy. This is an Innova-stamped disc?

Thanks for posting - I'll add them to the tables at some point!


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Yep, Innova Star Firestorm.
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