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Patch thread pt. 2

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Last one reached bump limit.

Minor update: paid the small fee to have the art production mocked up. They'll send it across in 3-5 days. If I'm satisfied with that, I'll pay the outstanding cost and they'll go into full production. Which should take 10-15 days. So i will potentially have patches in my hands within 20 days ready to be shipped.

Now all we need to discuss is payment options people are happy with.

>Paypal
>Anons directly pay me, I package and send the patches
+Easiest method.
+Most people probably already have an account.
-Trust involved. Some people might not be happy sending payment to a stranger.
-Some people might not have an account.

There's Amazon Marketplace but it costs £25/month for the privilege and fuck that. Alternatively, we could explore the option of passing this off to /k/'s Nugget Store. I could send a bulk package to them to be sold through their website but dunno if we really want to lose control of our patch in such a way. Plus they might be a bit more expensive if they want to make a small profit whereas I will be selling them at cost.

Any other suggestions?
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If you're selling them at cost and it's like $10 for a patch+shipping, I'm happy with the PayPal option. If I get burned for $10, no big deal.
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I'd be happy to just paypal you tbh, and pray you're an honest chap.
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>>466448

What backing did you go for?
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>>466448
You might want to consider doing batch shipping to Europe through some trusted eurobro to minimize the shipping cost.

I also remember /k/ doing it the other way around with a varusteleka order through some web interface. I think it was Rhodie who organized that.
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I've refused to post on 4chan.org ever since the "I'm not a robot" but damnit this patch made me break my promise to myself, I would definitely buy one from you. /out/ is the only good board here, and I thank you for restoring my faith in decent people.
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>>466448
Are you a eurobro? If so how much for a patch shipped to the USA. I'm down for two patches if shipping is not outrageous.
Paypal seems to be the best form of payment IMHO.
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Direct through paypal is kind of lame. There are free storefront options available that do the transactions automatically. Look around, I really want one of these buy would prefer a storefront option rather than paypal.
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Not OP ,
But all your buyer protections and dispute options are build in to Pay Pal . So dont you haz a scared
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eurobro here. if you are selling in the UK i'm buying 100%
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>>466448
You are doing gods work, anon.
I'm definitly going to order a few if avalible. Hope it turns out as planed so we might see a few more designs printed in the future.
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>>466466
See last post of the first thread:
>>466421
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Posting the patch in question and potential future patches.
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This is a good idea .
i dont want the moar bear patch but i did notice when reciently looking that there is a sad availability of basic identifier patches in the world.
I wanted a patch with a water drop on it to put on my rain gear bag.
No such thing.
Here is a good start.
Open a shop and you may be onto something.
Go forth and profit anon.
Pic all rights reserved
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>>466448
bitcoin
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>>466554

>yfw somebody desperate for a drink goes rummaging through your rain gear
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>>466448

I'm up for paypal.
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>>466448
I would love to purchase a patch. However, I don't have a credit card, and sending money to a paypal account makes me a bit weary right now.
Via paypal, last year I had about $1800 stolen from my bank account. Wasn't happy about that. I had the money restored to my account, but I ended up living on ramen for two weeks.
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>>466448
Nice work, OP. I'll take two of them.

Also thanks to the one who vectored Snufkin :2)
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>>466580
that was me. you're welcome bro
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Anyone know if these patches can be put on Osprey bags/material? I'll sew them on and I want to know if it's gonna ruin the bag. If it was cotton or canvas It'd be alright but cos' it's synthetic I have no clue.
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What would you need other identifiers for though? Give me some examples. Unless everything was packed into separate identical dry sacks/pouches but who would do that? You're going to know instantly where something is located or what something is because you're the one who bought it, packed it and uses it on a regular basis. You're not telling me you'll be confused as to which item in your sack is your sleeping bag, air bed or sleeping bag liner and would need a patch to tell you? Because they're going to be different shapes/sizes/colors.

I'm really struggling to find an application for this to be honest.
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>>466591
meant for
>>466554
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>>466514
then there won't be any left for anyone else you greedy bastard
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>>466613
lol, i'm actually going for the #2 and#3, not sure for the first, as i will put just one on my bag and the other one will be for future use...i like the second one. also, can we add "/out/" on the third? looks like it really need something more
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I'm happy with the paypal option.

I have a very old and well established paypal account and I trust the customer service. If I got burned I know I would succeed in a chargeback anyway.

Great work anon, save one for me!
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>>466590
How else will you get the synthetic fabrics sewing achievement patch

Doo eet fagg/out/.
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>>466591
Yes identical bags with diverse contents.
Very Astute
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>>466448
any idea what the final costs will be to ship them to europe? anyway i want number #1 and #3 and i am fine with paypal. you're doing gods work anon!
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>>466448
UK here, will definitely buy a patch when they're done. I don't know which of my coats to sew it on to, though.
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>>466448
just tell me where to send the money by paypal, dont mind paying for shipping to the UK
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>>466448
bump for interest. do want OP image as patch and bumper sticker
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>>466547

i want the one on the left and the one on the right
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>>466695
>which of my coats to sew it on to,

wait,.. arent these like /k/s moral patches?
with velcro backing for attaching to existing velcro on gear and clothing?
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>>466448
Paypal's cool. I'd be down for 2.

>>466547
Love either on with that bear at the picnic table
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>>466860
we haven't decided if they'll be velcro or sew on yet but sew on looks to be cheaper so that'll probably be the way we go
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>>466460
This, it would suck but I wouldn't lose sleep over it.
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>>466469
Why would that ever stop you from posting? That seems silly to me, even if you are a robot.
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>>466448
>>466547
so Op, i'll take one of each of the first 2 here.
i have paypal and are willing to pay as soon as you have a bill me for me/they are ready. thanks
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>>466860
Personaly, I would prefere velcro. I'm in either way though.
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>>466448
Ausfag checking in. I'm happy to pay up to around $20, Personally I'd prefer plain not velcro backing but happy either way. I'll go back to lurking now
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>>466257
Still willing to do this for ausfags if any interest
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>>466975
seconded
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>>466573
see >>466460
It's at most a few bucks, hardly investment banking. Up to you bro but I'm not zero cool out to hack the Gibson, I'm just some guy selling some patches.

>>466478
Yup, Europe. Not sure yet, will inquire once patches have arrive and keep you guys informed.

>>466860
Nope, just standard patches that require sewing, for several reasons:

-There were a couple of requests specifically asking for no velcro in the first thread.
-They're cheaper
-Not everyone has a military style rucksack or clothing with velcro strips on them. For those that don't, it will be much harder to sew through velcro than it is to sew through a plain patch.

If you want a velcro backing, you could always attach one yourself.

>>466941
It has been decided, by me at least. The order's already placed. If others anons want to arrange a patch with velcro then that's their choice.

>>467048
The offer still stands on my end if you want me to send you some in a bulk package so you can sell them on to ausbros for cheaper local postage. Would save you from getting them produced yourself and would keep the patch consistent to all owners. Depends if you want velcro or not.
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>>467062
>just standard patches that require sewing, for several reasons:

ok. sounds good. i still want one
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>>467062

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>>466881
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>>466962
If you're signed in to your email, it is literally tying your post to that. That's how sometimes your post goes through without solving a captcha. With moot gone and no real accountability, the possibility that we're no longer anonymous is bretty real.

I've been posting from an app that bypasses the spooky captcha for the regular one.
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>>467201
Pro-Tip: if you're signed into your Google account and don't have add-ons like request policy or no script, you are tracked across ALL websites which is directly tied to your account, at least the ones running Google API's which in this day and age is 99% of them. Don't do that shit man. Log out and clear cookies when not needed.

Also, you're not anonymous on 4chan except to other users. Admins/Mods/NSA have access to your IP address and other metadata. You're only pseudonymous using things like VPN's, TOR etc. and even those aren't untraceable/unbreakable.

If you want anonymity, never go on the Internet, pay cash only for a shitload of food and gear and go innawoods permanently.
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>>467062
what is your email address, in case I forget to check for a patch thread, and when will you be getting the patches you ordered?
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>>467201
>that bypasses the spooky captch

I didn't know this could even be done. What is the app?
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I'd honestly be willing to pay you a few extra bucks just for the work you're putting in to make this happen.

Keep up the great work OP
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>>467253
This. I'm tipping bro.
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I made these silhouettes for the purpose of badges a long time ago but nobody ever did anything with them. I see other people did more designs like the ones in >>466547 and I'm especially in favor of the middle one, it's very /k/-esque.

I'll post some links to the .ai and .svg files I made so others can add onto them or whatever.
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>>467336

http://www.mediafire.com/view/hcs94exfutcb57x/out_silhouette.ai
http://www.mediafire.com/download/1czs8fkgj182ale/out_silhouette.svg
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>>466448
I wouldn't mind paypaling you. I definitely think we should look into having kommandostore carry them permanently though if possible. It would provide an accountable source for people that are on the fence and a place to purchase more if you get new gear, lose the patch, what its attached to, etc.

>>466547
Left and right ones I will buy for sure. The middle one I'm not crazy about but there's nothing wrong with it if other anons want it.
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>>467337
you know what? design #3 >>466547 really need "get /out/" as you did. too bad it's too late
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>>467433
Never too late, nothing saying it can't be done in the future.
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>>467336
>>467337

make me a decal anon

i beg you
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>>467492
yeah, but the anon just sent the picture for the print, and I want a patch for my next adventure in may..so I'll pretty much get the third design and stitch it to my backpack as soon as I can
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>>467522
May is a few months away, you still have a shot.
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Right, this is the mock up I was sent. Just seeing if you guys are ok with the quality and would be willing to pay for one before I pull the trigger. That connecting strand in top left won't be there on the actual patch. Dunno what to make of it myself, I knew some detail would be lost with embroidery vs. vector but something seems a little "off" and I can't put my finger on it. Face looks a bit fucked up for a start. Dunno if it's just a shitty photo or what. Shall I just order them and see if they look better irl?

>>467222
Gonna look into creating a new account if possible, don't want to post my current PP account because it's [email protected] and fuck that.

>>467522
You could look into getting a one off patch made for yourself. There's tons of websites out there. It'll cost more since it's not a bulk order so I guess it depends how much you want one. I'll even add the text to the design and post it for you if you want.
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>>467601

still think pvc would have been a better material, but its alright..
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>>467601
i'm fully ok with this quality and i'm willing to pay for it. do you only carry that design of all three of pic related?
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>>467614
So far, yes. This was more of a testing the waters. Just to see if it's doable and everything goes smoothly. Once these have arrived and I've shipped some to anons I'll start to think about producing the other designs. Fuck it man, I'll pull the trigger. It's only money, right?

>>467222
>and when will you be getting the patches you ordered?
10-15 days from now.
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>>467624
oh fuck man, i love you for doing this, i have this tread opened from the start and every morning i am full of excitement to see if there are any updates, i cant wait to order
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It's happening!
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It looks great, but why won't we use a better purchase system, like ebay or smth? I won't just send money to "anon from 4chan"
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>>467667
>like ebay
Which still requires Paypal.

See:
>>466510
Either you want a patch or you don't. Your choice. Maybe wait until some other anons have received theirs to see if it's legit?
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>>467675
I don't mind paypal, tho what can they do if op just won't deliver?
at least ebay has a reputation scale
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>>467695
Dunno, never had to cross that bridge. I know it has a dispute/fraud feature though so at least you won't lose your money.

You currently have two options:
1. Send money to "anon from 4chan" and in all likelihood receive a patch.
2. Don't.

Until a 3rd option presents itself, you have to place your chips somewhere.
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>>467695
You open a dispute. If it can not be resolved between buyer/seller (with paypal mediating) they refund your money in full. Will take about 30 days to get your money back.
Paypal is best option.
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>>466590
sew it on the strap somewhere
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>>467624
patchbro, I'll take half a dozen if its not outrageous to ship them to vancouver, canada.

Also, maybe you could ship an entire run overseas to an Canadian or American sc/out/ for cheaper distribution rather then individually mailing patches overseas. I'd offer but I travel too much for my job, no permanent fixed address really
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>>467713

But that would incur Paypal charges which will drive the cost up further.
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>>467601
Looks kinda cheap but I'd buy one.
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>>467601
I wish the border was thicker and more solid, but I'd still buy one.
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>>468293
only if op is cheating
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>>468338
in op ment seller

anyhow, why should paypal refund so fast? sounds strange
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>>468339
It's because they're linked with ebay and have an excellent customer support team. The seller cannot withdraw the money until the refund period has passed, giving the buyer time to get the product and check it is good, if not they can request a refund and the seller can do jack shit about it.
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>>468345
even if the sell is not performed via ebay?
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>>468349
Yarp
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>>467624
hell yeah dude, i'm down for the circle patch and i love the sc/out/ patch!
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>>468353
nice, count me in
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>there are people on /out/ who have never served in the military and have to make and buy their own patches
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>>468359
>tfw would never pass basic because of bad knee
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>>468338

There are two different kinds of Paypal transaction:

Once with protection and ones without (there are further nuances with that, but that sums it up). Having protection incurs higher fees.
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>>468363
I don't mind paying extra for them
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>>468359
>there are people on /out/ who have never been in boy scouts and have to join the army to get patches
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>>468359

no one is impressed
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>>468373
>there are people on /out/ who consider boy scout badges as something to be proud about
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>>468427
I'm not even in the military, but I'd love to get my hands on a 101st airborne patch.
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>>468454
>there are people on /out/ who consider badges as something to be proud about
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>>468476
>there are people on /out/ who consider badges
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>>468724
>there are people on /out/
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>>468359
Cav above 82nd? C'mon son.
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>>468732
>there are people
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>>468745
>their
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>>468750
>T
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>>468760
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>>468792
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>>467614
>>467601
Mock-up will be a lower thread count version than the final, I think the detail will be better in a production patch. The bear at the table with no other identifier on the circle is the right way to go, but the bear at the table on the shield is good, too. I'm in for some /out/ circle table bears, not sure how many.
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I'm down for a patch. How much would shipping to Mexicoland be?
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>>466547
I'm definitely interested in the left and right patches, I'm fine with the price. You say it'll be about three weeks right? Where would I go to order these then?
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