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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 09:25 am
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'Hooray' meaning you can keep the 8 of swords rather than 'Hooray' because the Queen will take longer!

Phew...!

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Fank You Dollink :ok

I rather liked her !

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gregory wrote: 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 :)

Does the "lovely adorable papoon' know that he won't be able to get a copy of our lovely AND adorable deck?  Does he really, I mean really, want to give up that chance?  sad, just sad. :?

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skad1 wrote:

Does the "lovely adorable papoon' know that he won't be able to get a copy of our lovely AND adorable deck?  Does he really, I mean really, wnat to give up that chance?  sad, just sad. :?

So papoon was only doing one then...:?

Edited to add: Oh the Queen as well, and no time...

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Thirty cards in so far...


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skad1 wrote: gregory wrote: 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 :)

Does the "lovely adorable papoon' know that he won't be able to get a copy of our lovely AND adorable deck?  Does he really, I mean really, want to give up that chance?  sad, just sad. :?

Papoon is also up for Temperance and 2 Swords. So he'll be OK - he said he must have been out of his mind to go for three..... :cl

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gregory wrote:
Papoon is also up for Temperance and 2 Swords. So he'll be OK - he said he must have been out of his mind to go for three..... :cl

What she said. It was temporary insanity (at least I hope it's temporary).

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papoon wrote: gregory wrote:
Papoon is also up for Temperance and 2 Swords. So he'll be OK - he said he must have been out of his mind to go for three..... :cl

What she said. It was temporary insanity (at least I hope it's temporary).

No no - insanity is FUN :cl. We all love the insane.

(you DO all love me, right ???)

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Right...:tt


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here is Page of Cups....

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A lovely card - who is he, Mr la luna? He reminds me of Rupert Brooke, but I don't think he can be. He's deeply emotional I think  - an artist or poet  perhaps - can't get away from that first impression.  And Hieronymous in the background too...:ro:ro

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goldenweb wrote:
A lovely card - who is he, Mr la luna? He reminds me of Rupert Brooke, but I don't think he can be. He's deeply emotional I think  - an artist or poet  perhaps - can't get away from that first impression.  And Hieronymous in the background too...:ro:ro

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A poet indeed I used Rimbaud as my page of cups, it felt so much fitting

from wikipedia: "Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud (English pronunciation: /ræmˈboʊ/ or /ˈræmboʊ/, French pronunciation: [aʁtyʁ ʁɛ̃bo]; 20 October 1854 – 10 November 1891) was a French poet, born in Charleville, Ardennes. As part of the decadent movement, he influenced modern literature, music and art. He produced his best known works while still in his late teens—Victor Hugo described him at the time as "an infant Shakespeare"—and gave up creative writing altogether before he reached 21. He remained a prolific letter-writer all his life. Rimbaud was known to have been a Libertine and a restless soul, traveling extensively on three continents before his death from cancer less than a month after his 37th birthday."

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Ahhhhhh... I'm really glad to know that - it all fits together beautifully now - he's travelling through the Garden of Earthly Delights and the other place...

But so many of these poets seem to die young...

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Love this card!  The translator of messages between the two realms.

 

Mr. la-luna wrote:
goldenweb wrote:
A lovely card - who is he, Mr la luna? He reminds me of Rupert Brooke, but I don't think he can be. He's deeply emotional I think  - an artist or poet  perhaps - can't get away from that first impression.  And Hieronymous in the background too...:ro:ro

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A poet indeed I used Rimbaud as my page of cups, it felt so much fitting

from wikipedia: "Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud (English pronunciation: /ræmˈboʊ/ or /ˈræmboʊ/, French pronunciation: [aʁtyʁ ʁɛ̃bo]; 20 October 1854 – 10 November 1891) was a French poet, born in Charleville, Ardennes. As part of the decadent movement, he influenced modern literature, music and art. He produced his best known works while still in his late teens—Victor Hugo described him at the time as "an infant Shakespeare"—and gave up creative writing altogether before he reached 21. He remained a prolific letter-writer all his life. Rimbaud was known to have been a Libertine and a restless soul, traveling extensively on three continents before his death from cancer less than a month after his 37th birthday."

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 Posted: Mon Jun 14th, 2010 11:32 pm
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Well, I had started doing my card and then saw all the cards here and am tossing it to start over. This was part of the beginning effort before I looked here *sigh*

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nicole wrote: Well, I had started doing my card and then saw all the cards here and am tossing it to start over. This was part of the beginning effort before I looked here *sigh*
Oh but it's CUTE!!

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Like it :D

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gregory wrote: Like it :D

Nicole! You started again last year, but at least we can still see your card as avatar! 

:D And me -  love the individuality of all our cards - please don't start again...!!! 

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I like the fishies too.  smoosh smoosh  (yeah, I know, but they're underwater, so it's smoosh rather than smooch.)

Here's my wheel, what 'cha think?

 

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skad1 wrote: I like the fishies too.  smoosh smoosh  (yeah, I know, but they're underwater, so it's smoosh rather than smooch.)

Here's my wheel, what 'cha think?

 

OOO FUN!!  At least Mr Figleaf is the dominant feller instead of Mr Bones.  Right side of the ground, always a good thing.

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Skad, it's  direct, clean (in the linear sense rather than the fig leaf sense) and direct - I like it muchly - :ro

but... which blue line is THE one...?

Pen

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That's one very long and convoluted blue line !

I have a brilliant idea for my Queen - and can't find the photo I took years ago that would fit :cc

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goldenweb wrote: Skad, it's  direct, clean (in the linear sense rather than the fig leaf sense) and direct - I like it muchly - :ro

but... which blue line is THE one...?

Pen



You mean we can only have ONE???

:f:sd

When I decided Vitruvian man would be prefect for the wheel, I thought, ah-ha, a card for the women rather than all the nekked women that show up on the cards, but when it came right down to it, he looked uncomfortable, so I gave him alittle modesty. 

 :kt

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See page 5 for my Ace of Swords :)





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She's lovely, auracana, and so is the card... :D :ok:D

And just look at the size of her waist...!

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skad1 wrote: goldenweb wrote: Skad, it's  direct, clean (in the linear sense rather than the fig leaf sense) and direct - I like it muchly - :ro

but... which blue line is THE one...?

Pen



You mean we can only have ONE???

:f:sd

When I decided Vitruvian man would be prefect for the wheel, I thought, ah-ha, a card for the women rather than all the nekked women that show up on the cards, but when it came right down to it, he looked uncomfortable, so I gave him alittle modesty. 

 :kt


Skad, you're the Blue Line Boss, so anything you say or do goes...:cool:

Re. the fig leag, it picks up the green in the landscape below, so it works well I think.

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See page 5 for my Ace of Swords :)

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OK - Queen Swords.... I did have to cheat and scan someone else's night sky - GOD knows I tried - but we don't get real dark this time of year....

What does one think ? She works at manly tasks after being widowed, maybe, or something. Anyway she's pretty; she's on the wall opposite a cafeteria in Bruges of which I am rather fond (it's the Apelbol...)

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nice idea   the good old pleiades   wonderfull image

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One thinks she's lovely - Ceres? - and the sky is wonderful too...:ok

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Probably Ceres - the wall in question did not say !

I feel bad about "cheating" on the sky - but I SO wanted a starry sky - and this time of year it just isn't an option !

I also see I missed a bit of erasing that needs doing, but - thanks; she'll run then. Now I just have to LWB all of them.... :? HATE that bit !

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Do I need an angel fish?

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I dunno.
Angels are always good.
The distortion of the two kissing fish makes me feel a little squeegie.  Is there any way around that?

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yes dahlink

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hi nicole....Two of Cups or the Lovers?

this version shows us a pair kissing fish facing each other. better than prior version! really improves the queasiness.

however, the paired fish are small and on the bottom...not appearing very significant. is that what is intended?

if the kissing pair are the main players in the card, u might try moving the kissing pair up a little, toward the top of the card. also, can make 'em slightly larger.

a single angel fish appears by itself at the top of the card...if this is the Lovers, the single fish is there to tempt one of the partners????

composition: right now my eye is split between looking at the top and bottom of the card. might try tightening up the layout.

blue line is excellently positioned! very creative card!

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the whole card is making me want to jump in a lake ....

the angel fish is kind of an aquatic Raphael ;) 

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I think the angel fish represents the angel on a Marseille Lovers card - it's inspired Nicole - really makes me smile.  :D:ok:D

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Edited to add that the whole composition forms an inverted heart shape...

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NICE WORK!!!

the proportions really hang together now...the smaller size of the angelfish presents it as a subtle and caring, non-material energy, watching over the lovers.

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You've GOT it Nicky - it really works now. :ok

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gregory wrote:
Probably Ceres - the wall in question did not say !

I feel bad about "cheating" on the sky - but I SO wanted a starry sky - and this time of year it just isn't an option !

I also see I missed a bit of erasing that needs doing, but - thanks; she'll run then. Now I just have to LWB all of them.... :? HATE that bit !


Some hint for starry night (or heavenly bodies) NASA has put their images online free of charge and royalty free ( think the quantum tarot)

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I THINK that was where I got this one ages ago for something else. But people did say original stuff for these cards and I felt GUILTY. But thanks; do they do lightning strikes ? I have a need......

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Now....you have me thinkin' about fish, nicky. found the kissing fish google image....began playing w them in photoshop for fun.

Here are the fish with photoshop filters, etc. file attached

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gregory wrote:
I THINK that was where I got this one ages ago for something else. But people did say original stuff for these cards and I felt GUILTY. But thanks; do they do lightning strikes ? I have a need......


not sure - although i think to remember there where some taken at a observatory in South America...

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acucent wrote: Now....you have me thinkin' about fish, nicky. found the kissing fish google image....began playing w them in photoshop for fun.

Here are the fish with photoshop filters, etc. file attached


I wish I knew how to do that! 

Speaking of the original stuff guilt.. I emailed that guy from the website and he gave me permission to use it ... that  alleviated the guilt somewhat... I went to the pet store to do my own and my efforts were a train wreck 

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nicole wrote: acucent wrote: Now....you have me thinkin' about fish, nicky. found the kissing fish google image....began playing w them in photoshop for fun.

Here are the fish with photoshop filters, etc. file attached


I wish I knew how to do that! 


Your card is fine, and YOURS. Leave it as it is !

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gregory wrote: nicole wrote: acucent wrote: Now....you have me thinkin' about fish, nicky. found the kissing fish google image....began playing w them in photoshop for fun.

Here are the fish with photoshop filters, etc. file attached


I wish I knew how to do that! 


Your card is fine, and YOURS. Leave it as it is !


xoxoxox

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Its simple Nicky...you can do it! Any image can be transformed in photoshop, so that original photo or image is not very recognizable. Here is how u can play:

Copy any image to desktop as a jpeg. Open image in photoshop. Select Filter.

I used the filter called Artistic Brushstrokes. Several filters will open under that category, like Neon Glow, Cross Hatch etc. You can sample them all and see which you like. When the image is transformed to your liking,then press Apply.

After i applied the filter i used the Blur Tool and the Lighten Tool to play with the back ground.

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I don't know that Nicky has photoshop, actually - or indeed, anything like it. I'm amazed at what she always does with what she has.....

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gregory wrote: I don't know that Nicky has photoshop, actually - or indeed, anything like it. I'm amazed at what she always does with what she has.....


reminds me of the song 'if I only had a brain'     :cl

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Have mine. It's USELESS ! But you don't have any of this software, I think ?

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