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 Posted: Wed May 26th, 2010 01:52 pm
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8 of Pentacles:

With loving concentration a lady practises drawing pentacles on sheets of paper. The garden seen through the opening indicates the element of Earth, the books under her seat that she is studying illumination and calligraphy. The blue line on this card forms the nearly completed pentacle she’s working on. It’s really difficult to draw perfect pentacles freehand – it could take her years…


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Pen, those cards are absolutely great! :ok:ok:ok

I like the Fool and your take on it. And you incorperated the blue line in such a elegant and yet meaningful way. Absolutely wonderful!

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Thanks, true! :tt

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Ah, these are lovely.  Coloring and the way they fill the page are just terrific.
I's struck by your use of a spider-webby background pattern in three of them.
And I wonder if you knew in advance that the Knight's horse would be rooted like a tree, or if that developed as you worked on the painting.

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The idea of the lines came from the first cards I did for the TCF last year - all the cards except the 5 of Wands. They're an attempt to emphasise the dynamics or energy of the action or the focal point, and the medium of coloured inks on white scraper board was chosen so that I could scribe them in at the end, through the ink.

Unfortunately although this worked to some extent with the scraper boards I bought last year, I found that the gesso on the only ones I could find this time was too thin, so I ended up using white ink (tiny yellow circles for the Fool), with a brush and losing the sharpness I wanted. Funny though, as I hadn't noticed that three were similarly spider-webby this year... 

I guess I could have done them digitally, but to be honest I don't really like the way the two disiplines sit together - either that or I'm not expert enough to make it work in the way I'd like.

It's really good to have the chance to create minors for something worthwhile, and to become immersed in each meaning and image. Publishing a full deck myself in a small edition would make the finished product prohibitively expensive for most collectors, and I'm not sure I have the stamina to work consistently on a 78 card deck from start to finish without becoming jaded. Making a few each year like this feels good, and I'm not committed to doing a whole deck - I can change styles if I feel like it.

Re. the wooden horse - the idea was in my head before I began, but the little oak seedling sort of sprang up by itself as I was working on the sketches...:D

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At last my first card is done and posted :Z

lets see if it's any good in your eyes :v
(ok i know i'm an eternal uncertain one when it comes to my "creations")

Oeps forgot to mention that this is my High Priestes card

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I too have been working on my cards.. finally! After weeks and weeks of procrastinating...:f:v

 

Since I really like Black&White and it is cool to have a few sprinkled through the deck, this one is Black&White. And yes Skad1, WITH the blue line :hp. I can have Black&White and Blue Line all in one... :cl .

The card was inspired by a manga I recently read. There was this one frame in it, that just really seemed to fit the 9 of swords. So I spend this afternoon drawing a similar picture, reworking it and then editing on the computer.:Z



So presenting the 9 of Swords:

Despair, depression, worrying, negative thoughts constantly on your mind. The swords (thoughts) are all around the main figure, because it is all she can see. There are however always other possibilities and not everything is as black&white as it seems (blue line).

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Mr. la-luna wrote: lets see if it's any good in your eyes :v
(ok i know i'm an eternal uncertain one when it comes to my "creations")


So familiar!!! Now that I have posted my card, I am also looking at this forum with fear and anticipation to see what people think...:ee.

But I like your card. That is the High Priestess, right? You forgot to mention which card it was, but it seems like the High Priestess to me. I like it!:ro 

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truelighth wrote:
Mr. la-luna wrote: lets see if it's any good in your eyes :v
(ok i know i'm an eternal uncertain one when it comes to my "creations")


So familiar!!! Now that I have posted my card, I am also looking at this forum with fear and anticipation to see what people think...:ee.

But I like your card. That is the High Priestess, right? You forgot to mention which card it was, but it seems like the High Priestess to me. I like it!:ro 


Oeps - corrected now, indeed the High Priestess (well you recognized it thats always a good sign) AND you like it thank you very much :tt

And I like your card it has some mix between a classy 60-70ies deck with a modern feel very good!

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:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro

Mr la-luna, truelighth - both lovely cards, really looking forward to the deck...

Pen 

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Mr. la-luna wrote: At last my first card is done and posted :Z

lets see if it's any good in your eyes :v
(ok i know i'm an eternal uncertain one when it comes to my "creations")

Oeps forgot to mention that this is my High Priestes card

I haven't replied till now 'cause that's how long it took my brain to stop being overwhelmed by it! It's almost a shock to the system with its great variety of textures, shapes, colors - the HP herself is almost 3-D, the way she leaps out of the card! Visionary and very brilliant, I love it! It makes me have to use my intuition like most HP cards don't. LOVE it.

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truelighth wrote: The card was inspired by a manga I recently read. There was this one frame in it, that just really seemed to fit the 9 of swords. So I spend this afternoon drawing a similar picture, reworking it and then editing on the computer.:Z



So presenting the 9 of Swords:

Despair, depression, worrying, negative thoughts constantly on your mind. The swords (thoughts) are all around the main figure, because it is all she can see. There are however always other possibilities and not everything is as black&white as it seems (blue line).
Wonderful! It has a wonderfully ambiguous quality: are we looking ahead or down from above? Is she asleep, meditating, or even dead? It being the 9/Swords she isn't dead of course, but you have to take another look and imagine how she feels with those swords around her, pointing both at and away from her. I like that this isn't nightmarish, it requires a lot more thought!

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Tarot Orat wrote: Wonderful! It has a wonderfully ambiguous quality: are we looking ahead or down from above? Is she asleep, meditating, or even dead? It being the 9/Swords she isn't dead of course, but you have to take another look and imagine how she feels with those swords around her, pointing both at and away from her. I like that this isn't nightmarish, it requires a lot more thought!

Interesting! To read your thoughts on the card I made. I hadn't realized it had this ambiguous quality. Looking ahead or from above, asleep, meditating or even dead. That hadn't crossed my mind when making this card. Maybe because in my head, the girl is having these wide desperate eyes and worries and that is all I can see myself. But I am glad it is conveying my message. I didn't want a nightmarish card, but more to show how it feels when negative thoughts and worries overwhelm you and you can't seem to see the way out. That to me is the 9 of Swords.

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 Posted: Mon May 31st, 2010 10:02 pm
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Six of Cups

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Eight of Cups

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The Tower

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It's fascinating to see the new cards being posted - the diversity is wonderful.

Missy, I really like the colour, vigour, and the slightly abstract feeling in these.


:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro


1st of June today - only the rest of the month to go....:D


Pen 

Edited to add: Is this a new Tower? I'm sure I've seen another posted,

but can't find it now....  water, and a tower with fire spurting from the top....? :?

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5 OF WANDS

I wanted to depict the conflict and discord of the Five of Wands with an original twist and yet retain the symbolism and easy recognisability of the Smith Waite deck.  Five strange musicians (one is a conductor),  leap above the fireball that represents the element of Wands, and vie with each other to create discord, both in their music and the wild patterns and colours of their clothing. The blue line that represents the theme of this deck serves to highlight the smoke from the fireball and the division between them.  No musicians were harmed in the making of this image...:D 

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I love this card!  5 OF WANDS

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missy, I love all of your cards! So vivid, like they're alive and the colors could leap off the screen. The shapes are wonderful, collections of abstractions and Platonic solids that combine into a fresh, new look at the archetypes. Terrific! The 8 of Cups is an especially meaningful card to me, and your painting is definitely my favorite version now!

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Marcia959 wrote: I love this card!  5 OF WANDS
Thanks Marcia, it was quite a 5 of Wands card to do, but worked in the end!

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I hardly ever post (if at all?) but I just wanted to say, that I love all of these cards, but most, in particular, indeedy, I luuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrve goldenwebs contribution.

And I want a whole deck just like it.

Please. :hp

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Oh, thank you Bea! I'd love to do a full deck, and perhaps this is the way - a few every year for this forum, and others when inspiration strikes or there's time.
Without the pressure or committment of having to work on a single huge project I can now see it as being possible.

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I have grave doubts about this..... 8 Swords, maybe....

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I really like it gregory - it's recognisable, the meaning is clear and it works composition-wise, yet there's a nice little frisson caused by stepping sidways from the Smith- Waite imagery.

I like also the fact that the blue line is subtle enough not to take over - in fact I suddenly remembered it after looking for a moment and wondered where it was!

Da Da! another surprise. I do love surprises in tarot cards.:ro:ro:ro:ro:ro

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OK - thanks. In that case I shall rescan the photo and do a clean version (I had wondered why it was so crappy - then I remembered that THIS scan was one of many from my trip that I did for grandson's school project !!!!! and they had to be easily inserted into his work document, so....)

Two more to go. I need a suitcase full of money..... (to photograph.) I wonder if a bank would co-operate.....

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hello marcia.....just returned to the US. have been in europe,looking at art and cathedrals. and taking photos.

the luminous dove card wins on many artistic and symbolic levels...it is going to be a very powerful and confirming card to pull. color and composition are exciting, yet relaxing and pleasing to the eye.

here is how i read it. the blue bird in flight brings a gift in the form of a blue ribbon, which winds its way into the core. very kundalini-like,very alive, kinetic,and electric energy draws inward to the center of a growing, living being...a flower. the energy drawing in an inward spiral simultaneously expands outward and propels the full bloom.

if you get a chance would love to know more about how you created the card.

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Here's Strength.

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And the 3 of Swords.

I don't know why it looks so pixelated in this scan....

 

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gregory wrote:

Two more to go. I need a suitcase full of money..... (to photograph.) I wonder if a bank would co-operate.....

Just ask, them gregory...:D

But if they refuse you could always have real notes above note-sized sheets of newspaper, which are in turn above something bulky to almost fill the case.

(You'd probably have done that anyway...!)

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Kimber, these are wonderful - love the light in Strength and the Dali-esque clock in

the three of swords. :ro:ro:ro:ro


So looking forward to seeing all the cards as they come in - hopefully thick and fast

now! :D


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goldenweb wrote: gregory wrote:

Two more to go. I need a suitcase full of money..... (to photograph.) I wonder if a bank would co-operate.....

Just ask, them gregory...:D

But if they refuse you could always have real notes above note-sized sheets of newspaper, which are in turn above something bulky to almost fill the case.

(You'd probably have done that anyway...!)

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As it turns out we were surprised by how much we were able to pull together in the house - including ancient demonetised notes from all over... I THINK it will work....

Great cards Kimber - but what else did I expect ? :ok

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Ah, Gregory, dear, papoon is doin the 8 of swords, you had the 10 of swords.  I guess you check with him on the status on his card.

:c:qq

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Great cards Kimber - but what else did I expect ? :ok


Thank you!  I constantly struggle with my artistic limitations here...I stand among giants!!

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goldenweb wrote: Kimber, these are wonderful - love the light in Strength and the Dali-esque clock in

the three of swords. :ro:ro:ro:ro




Thanks, Pen - I'm just the kid with the crayons,  wandering among the true artistes!!

But maybe I'll eventually soak up some of that talent....

:hp

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missy wrote: Six of Cups

Lovely!  Where is the blue line?

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I thought I had both when we started..... Oh well..... Never mind.

Bollocks to her then. I was working on my Justice anyway.

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OK - the blushing idiot leaves her 8 up there cos she likes it - but here's a possible 10 swords - which IS mine :kt

We are destroying the world - and blindly.

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ooo I like it, a "we have met the enemy and he is us" + Plan 10 from Outer Space.

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goldenweb wrote: gregory wrote:

Two more to go. I need a suitcase full of money..... (to photograph.) I wonder if a bank would co-operate.....

Just ask, them gregory...:D

But if they refuse you could always have real notes above note-sized sheets of newspaper, which are in turn above something bulky to almost fill the case.

(You'd probably have done that anyway...!)

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I am awed by your obvious experience in these matters.  :cool:

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The beginnings (or maybe I'm done...) - Blind Justice who doesn't give a piss.....

And now I must go away and think Queens....

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Kimber wrote: missy wrote: Six of Cups

Lovely!  Where is the blue line?

Kimber

Good point.....

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Wow, new cards again. I love your cards, Kimberly. They certainly have your style :hp.

And Gregory, your cards are great. I think the 10 of Swords is absolutely great! It works wonderful :ro. How clear can a message be? And I find the Justice also really fitting. Don't know it if needs more work, it already is very clear in my opinion.

Oh yes, and that blue line. I had been wondering about that too...

(calling Skad1 to the resque :cl)

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truelighth wrote:
(calling Skad1 to the resque :cl)

I love the way the cards are looking, as fas as anything else goes, I think I'm on vacation. 

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ROTFL!!!! :cl:cl:cl

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gregory wrote: The beginnings (or maybe I'm done...) - Blind Justice who doesn't give a piss.....

And now I must go away and think Queens....


Love it! And the Ten, too!!

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Marcia959 wrote: goldenweb wrote: gregory wrote:

Two more to go. I need a suitcase full of money..... (to photograph.) I wonder if a bank would co-operate.....

Just ask, them gregory...:D

But if they refuse you could always have real notes above note-sized sheets of newspaper, which are in turn above something bulky to almost fill the case.

(You'd probably have done that anyway...!)

Pen (unneccessarily helpful)  

 

I am awed by your obvious experience in these matters.  :cool:


Hey Marcia, it comes from a lifelong neccessity of having to think through and solve problems with artwork rather than any more dubious reason....:D

Pen


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Good heavens gregory, you're one fast woman! Great cards though.... :ro:ro:ro

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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 08:09 am
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gregory
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Well - I was THINKING about them and my photo collection while I was away.....

And lovely darling adorable papoon says I can keep the 8 Swords what I didn't ought to have done in the first place as long as I do the Queen as well, as he is short of time just now.

THAT will take longer, as I had no plans for her whatsoever. :bl

Glad these three hold up though :)

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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 09:22 am
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Hooray!  :ce

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