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The cheapest way to do it is with pantone gold. But that is only a avarage way to achieve gold. The real deal is to use «Hot Stamping». A heated die presses the gold-foil onto the stationary. Which results in a realy cool gold effect. The downside of this are the costs because you need a separate die for every size. So if you have two products with two ...
I'm guessing your points look something like this: Two ways to improve this curve. First, angle the middle point so that the handles flow into the handles from the other points: Or, remove the middle point entirely. Less points = less opportunities to create jaggedness, if you can still get the look you want:
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