From time to time, I dabble in some photoshop work. The results are some fun, unique alters of existing Magic cards. Enjoy!
Introducing the completely rebuilt MTG Scavenger. Everything has been rebuilt from the ground up to provide a faster, more responsive user experience, tuned to exactly what you’re looking for. One of the biggest new features that’s been added is the ability to add your own custom card values. So if you feel the current card value is too high, you can change it!
Wait! What is this?
I built this to find cards ending soon on eBay, trimming out all the “fat” and showing only cards that are under valued / under priced. There are a ton of filters, so you can hone in the results to exactly what you’re looking for, then save/bookmark your filters to check in on only the auctions you care about. Basically it saves you tons of time, giving you a competitive advantage on buying magic cards.
* You can now set YOU OWN card values/prices
* Responsive design works beautifully on mobile devices
* Cleaned up interface put the most important information up front
* Improved search results
* Faster load times
* Set custom pricing in other currencies
* Get notified when a card is ending below your custom price
* Lots more!
The site is in beta at the moment and is by invite only for now. If you’d like to get in on the beta, here’s a few invite codes to get you started. If these run out, ask a friend or hit me up. I’d also like to hear your feedback so feel free to contact me, email@example.com. Cheers!
Alright, I’ll admit it. Even after 15 years, I’m still a huge fan of Magic the Gathering. I love the game and I’m a huge collector. So, like any other person looking to collect, I’m on eBay alot. But the problem with eBay is that I’m never quite sure what’s a good price for an item I’m interested in. I’ve done the long, drawn out task of looking through completed listings, but it’s simply not scalable. So, utilizing the WorthMonkey and eBay APIs, I created a “filter” for magic cards ending within the next 4 hours. This filter shows the card auctions alongside their average selling price, so that I can quickly look for deals and know exactly how much I should bid to win. I’m on this tool all day long and if your interested in giving it a try, it can be found here:
I occasionally read through discussion boards that show off various artwork, but often find myself sifting through pages of text till I finally find the images I’m looking for. So rather than continually sift by hand, I build this tool to ease the process.