How to Make a Cardstock D20 (with a Printer)

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I'll show the simple steps in Illustrator, but really all you need to do is print out my finished version on cardstock with a decent color printer, then fold, cut, and glue.

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    Paint would weigh it down unevenly, although I wouldn't exactly trust a handmade paper d20 to be accurate in the first place. Looks very nice though!

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    gpurdy1vincent7520

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    With a printer we can put anything we want on the faces. It could even be specific stuff you want to roll for, or you could make one face say "CRITICAL HIT!" or put a smiley face on it. :)