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I don't think there's a specific name for this kind of shape, however you could do something similar with Bézier curves in almost any vector software. Start with a normal rounded rectangle (i.e. rounded by radius), and pull the Bézier handles out horizontally and vertically, perhaps using a grid to make sure it's exact, and repeat for each corner. This ...


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You are doing good work. The green and wood look nice. The buttons could be simply transparent and black. Probably you could use a transparent white in some places. One thin border could work in some preponderant sections. One thing I should recommend is that you use open source emoji, do not use some proprietary ones so you do not have any problems. Here ...


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It looks pretty good to me- only thing, maybe darken all the wooden boards to match the ones around the red stack of face-down cards (or under the "dubito" button). That way there is more contrast with the emoji faces- the wood is just a bit too busy with the dark and light shades and is distracting (and I don't think that much shade variation is ...


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