Renders a range of cards in a showcase as if they are sitting in 3D on a reflective surface.
the margin around the card to trim before putting into the image
the rounded rectangle radius around the card to trim before putting into the image. Defaults to 1/8in rounded corners (38px).
Percentage of original width of each (trimmed) card to scale to. Must be between 0.0 and 1.0, but starts looking bad around 0.6.
Percentage of the scaled width of each card to shift each offset. e.g. 1.1 is a 10% shift, and 0.95 is overlapping by 5%
Backdrop color. Usually black or white. See Specifying Colors & Gradients.
The number of pixels between the bottom of the card and the reflection. See Unit Conversion
The starting alpha transparency of the reflection (at the top of the card). Percentage between 0 and 1. Looks more realistic at low values since even shiny surfaces lose a lot of light.
The length of the reflection in percentage of the card. Larger values tend to make the reflection draw just as much attention as the card, which is not good.
which direction the cards face. Anything but
:rightwill face left
the margin around the entire image. Supports Unit Conversion
The file to save relative to the current directory. Will overwrite without warning.
The directory for the output to be sent to. Will be created if it doesn’t exist. Relative to the current directory.
the range of cards over which this will be rendered. See Using range to specify cards
This sample lives here.
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require 'squib' # Showcases are a neat way to show off your cards in a modern way, using a # reflection and a persepctive effect to make them look 3D Squib::Deck.new(cards: 4) do background color: '#CE534D' rect fill_color: '#DED4B9', x: 78, y: 78, width: '2.25in', height: '3.25in', radius: 32 text str: %w(Grifter Thief Thug Kingpin), font: 'Helvetica,Sans weight=800 40', x: 78, y: 78, width: '2.25in', align: :center svg file: 'spanner.svg', x: (825 - 500) / 2, y: 500, width: 500, height: 500 # Defaults are pretty sensible. showcase file: 'showcase.png' # Here's a more complete example. # Tons of ways to tweak it if you like - check the docs. showcase trim: 32, trim_radius: 32, margin: 100, face: :right, scale: 0.85, offset: 0.95, fill_color: :black, reflect_offset: 25, reflect_strength: 0.1, reflect_percent: 0.4, file: 'showcase2.png' save_png prefix: 'showcase_individual_' # to show that they're not trimmed end