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 Posted: Sat Jun 19th, 2010 09:53 pm
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Mr. la-luna
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All your cards are fantastic aurarcana, gragory and nicole (and for that mater all the participants here) you're fantastic :ok:ok

once more we're going to have an excellent deck :ro

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 Posted: Sat Jun 19th, 2010 11:08 pm
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here is a link to creating art w pastels..

http://www.ehow.com/video_5226026_use-oil-pastels-monotypes.html

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 Posted: Sat Jun 19th, 2010 11:11 pm
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Are you an artist or something, acucent ?  :hp

I get the feeling I am missing something here ! A deck of your own, maybe ? Am I VERY thick ???

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 12:54 am
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hello gregory

yes, you are right. i have professional art/design training, where we critique, critique, critique each others work with the intention to bring it to the highest level of expression.

my own deck? honestly, i lack the imagination. i am not nearly as imaginative and creative as most of the card makers in this forum.

and sometimes i get an image in my head, but i lack the technical skills to draw or paint what i see in my head. very frustrating! so i am always researching art technique.

if you, nicky or anyone else would ever like to describe their card making process, approach, materials,i would welcome the info.

-susi

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 01:09 am
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Mine involves thinking what I want to get across and then doing photocollage from my own photos (as a rule; this time I had to make an exception to get a night sky !) with Photoshop and/or Paintshop Pro. OR I go out and take additional photos (like this time I had to find some MONEY !) So - materials - digital camera and computer !

I have also done computer collage with royalty free images from a book I happen to own, and some CDs I bought of royalty free images. But my own photos are more fun. :)

Oh - I have also been involved with a collaborative where we drew cards on actual blanks with sharpies.....

Nicky - the last I heard - did amazing things using only a web browser to edit. I never did work out how. And I am a bit of a geek that way....

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 11:13 am
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Mr. la-luna wrote: All your cards are fantastic aurarcana, gragory and nicole (and for that mater all the participants here) you're fantastic :ok:ok

once more we're going to have an excellent deck :ro

Couldn't have said it better...:D

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I'm getting really muddled between the Card Posting thread and the Sign-up thread, as there are lists and cards on both but only one has been updated recently.

I've been trying to work out how many people are doing cards and who (if anyone) has dropped out, but come to a different answer every time...:? 

Pen

NB. Marcia has posted a proposed Hanged Man on the other thread, which I've taken the liberty of re-sizing so it can be seen more clearly.   

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 11:43 am
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I think she posted that there to see if it was fit to use as a sign-up, sort of. In other words - possibly not a done card so not fit for here.

Skad posted a chart with where we are in the first post of the other thread. She does update it.

Though I see she still has you on Hanged Man from the other day.

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 01:25 pm
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I NEED to get started on my second card... but I keep on postponing... arghh:v:ww. I guess I need someone to light a fire....

Anyway, WHEN was the deadline again???:Z

 

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June 30th.....

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 02:30 pm
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Arrgghhh....:cc

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 02:57 pm
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June 30?
That's not gonna happen.

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How very RUDE. :cl

32 are up on the forum and 21 with skad....

LWB now (oops :bl)

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Wonderful works so far guys! Here's my own work-in-progress. Got it scanned just today. Will do some cleaning up and maybe flat colours, but, well, here she is so far. It's the Death card. She's Mebuyan, a Philippine death goddess. She's supposed to have breasts or at least nipples all over her skin (dead babies suckle on them), so I'll add that with the colouring. She's sitting on a mortar that spins slowly to the earth, and that big log beside her's the pestle (women used to pound rice with these huge things).

Attachment: uncoloured sample.jpg (Downloaded 286 times)

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OH MAN !!!! That is SOME death. I am even scared myself, now !

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 06:42 pm
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Wow thats quite some death :ro

As for me here is my last card, the Page of Wands.

Attachment: Page of Wands - Finished version - Small.jpg (Downloaded 281 times)

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This deck is going to ROCK!

I am just so thrilled to be part of this... I feel Charlie with the golden ticket  :ce

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WOW and WOW - Wonderful Optical Work Ly and La Luna- can't wait to see the whole deck!

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Nicole, please stop feeling Charlie - he doesn't like it...!

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goldenweb wrote: Nicole, please stop feeling Charlie - he doesn't like it...!

Pen

:cl:gi:cl:gi:cl

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 Posted: Sun Jun 20th, 2010 11:18 pm
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This is my revised Hanged Man for better clarity.  Any resizing appreciated, btw.


 

 

Attachment: Blake Hanging Angel Blue Crackle Tweak2.jpg (Downloaded 220 times)

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BlueToy wrote: Wonderful works so far guys! Here's my own work-in-progress. Got it scanned just today. Will do some cleaning up and maybe flat colours, but, well, here she is so far. It's the Death card. She's Mebuyan, a Philippine death goddess. She's supposed to have breasts or at least nipples all over her skin (dead babies suckle on them), so I'll add that with the colouring. She's sitting on a mortar that spins slowly to the earth, and that big log beside her's the pestle (women used to pound rice with these huge things).

Lovely, Ly!  So glad to have something from your tradition, the mortar and pestle transformation, all the leaves. 

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Mr. la-luna wrote: Wow thats quite some death :ro

As for me here is my last card, the Page of Wands.

La-Lovely!!  I'm having a Blake moment, too, so I was drawn to your Page.

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 Posted: Mon Jun 21st, 2010 05:20 am
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Nice cards La Luna and Marcia!

I'm glad to see the blue line theme's being followed. It doesn't have to be just one shade of blue, right? I mean, I can use, well, i dunno, cerulean or ultramarine, right?

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Goodness, I'm sure you can, Ly.

Pen :cool:

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Argh! It's been days and its still in progress. But, well, hopefully, tomorrow, i'll get to post the final thing, but for now, here's how she is, unfinished and all:

Attachment: mebuyan_WIP_colors.jpg (Downloaded 228 times)

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She's amazing, Ly! :ok:ok:ok

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What she said with bells on !  :ok

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Ok, seeing the deadline again of the 30th, I got so scared :ee, I immediately started working on my card...:cl.

 

So it is finished, the Ace of Pentacles. Although I am not sure if I am happy with it. It didn't turn out the way I had it in my head. I wanted the pentacle to be more woody and lines to be more clean. But that was harder to realize with pastels then I had hoped... ah well.. maybe if I have the time, I will start again.:cc:f

 

Ace of Pentacles:

The ace of pentacles is the element of earth, mother nature. It also stands for a gift. The blue line is a blue ribbon strung to the plants as a wish. At the White Well in England, people used to string ribbons on the tree above the well for their wish to be granted.

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truelighth wrote: Ok, seeing the deadline again of the 30th, I got so scared :ee, I immediately started working on my card...:cl.

 


Being scared seems to work wonderfully for you as the card came out great!

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If anyone was having trouble sending files to me, try again.  I didn't realize I was running out of space!

If you don't know if  I got your file, check the table at the beginning of the thread.  It's updated.

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I've to agree. Knowing how near you are to the deadline puts your creativity on overdrive. That's wonderful Truelight. The colours are just right - not too strong or anything. Plus I appreciate the subtle rays detail you put. :)

Here's my own Death card. She's Mebuyan, a Philippine Death Goddess. Those sores are actually nipples from which dead babies get their nourishment. More info with the write-up i'll be submitting. The blue line is... well, my signature at the bottom left. haha

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 Posted: Wed Jun 23rd, 2010 12:32 pm
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I didn't sign mine.

Why didn't I think of that; the line I put on Justice really annoys me !

I love everyone's cards so far. I even quite like my own. :cool:

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Great cards everyone!

Love the natural leafy feel of Truelighth's pentacle hanging among the leaves. 

And Ly's goddess is gorgeous, nipples and all. And amazingly I do like the signature - mostly I don't and feel they're intrusive, but this one is more of a monogram (like Pam's).



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In the process of getting a particular look/style I want for the Tarot of the Curious East. So somehow, the 4 of cups ended up as a part of those experiments. Here it is:

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LOL I'm trying to visualize the 3 of cups...now I'm flummoxed :cool:

Ly, what is dripping from Mama Death's hand? 

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debra wrote: LOL I'm trying to visualize the 3 of cups...now I'm flummoxed :cool:

Ly, what is dripping from Mama Death's hand? 

It's rice grains. And you actually noticed it! I think she throws them to the ground when she wants people to die/thinks it's time for them to die - though I'll have to check my resources first if this is indeed true.

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Yes.  I saw them as drops of milk...rice makes more sense in a mythology-of-death kind of way. It is beautifully done and compelling to look at --what a complex and disturbing death. 
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I liked everyone's art here. Especially i liked goldenweb and bluetoy's work.
Gregory you have used lot of images from india...hmm

the death card by blue toy is really really pretty.

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This is my final card for TCF the 6 of pentacles.

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NAMASTEINDIA wrote: I liked everyone's art here. Especially i liked goldenweb and bluetoy's work.
Gregory you have used lot of images from india...hmm
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Yes. :D I wanted to go to India from when I was three years old and saw a photo of the Taj Mahal.

I went - and to Nepal - and it was everything I had ever thought it would be - which is so often not what happens !

I did take a LOT of photos !

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gregory wrote:
NAMASTEINDIA wrote: I liked everyone's art here. Especially i liked goldenweb and bluetoy's work.
Gregory you have used lot of images from india...hmm
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Yes. :D I wanted to go to India from when I was three years old and saw a photo of the Taj Mahal.

I went - and to Nepal - and it was everything I had ever thought it would be - which is so often not what happens !

I did take a LOT of photos !

You wanted to visit India from age of 3??
thats too early...that age a child just thinks about milk, cerelac etc.

But why did u just visit nepal...why not beautiful palaces of Rajasthan, or lovely wildlife/forest of kerala or beaches of Goa. They are much better then Nepal.

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No - I went to INDIA - and Nepal afterwards. I did go to Rajasthan (Jaipur, in particular) - not to Goa - there is only so much you can do when you get 2 1/2 weeks off work ! I was in the "Golden Triangle" - Khajuraho was a highlight;  and Varanasi, Fatehpur Sikri, Bhaktapur - do you feel better yet ??

It was also a guided trip - I am glad of that; I think if I had landed in Delhi alone, I would have spent the whole time in the airport wondering where to start ! NEXT TIME I will know !

We had many students from all over the world in the house when I was little. I got to talk to many of them - and I also looked at books. I could read by the time I was four...

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gregory wrote:
No - I went to INDIA - and Nepal afterwards. I did go to Rajasthan (Jaipur, in particular) - not to Goa - there is only so much you can do when you get 2 1/2 weeks off work ! I was in the "Golden Triangle" - Khajuraho was a highlight;  and Varanasi, Fatehpur Sikri, Bhaktapur - do you feel better yet ??

It was also a guided trip - I am glad of that; I think if I had landed in Delhi alone, I would have spent the whole time in the airport wondering where to start ! NEXT TIME I will know !

We had many students from all over the world in the house when I was little. I got to talk to many of them - and I also looked at books. I could read by the time I was four...

:qq feeling much better now.thats a wonderful tour even i have not been to khajuraho or varanasi.
next time you should try out kerala...lot of historical stuff there in kerala
its amazing you could read by four....i think i was busy with my bottles and nappies at that age:z

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I was annoyed that my parents had given birth to not one - but TWO rivals. While my mother was in labour with the second, I am told I finally taught myself to do it using the side of an HP Sauce bottle.... from there to Alice !

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BlueToy wrote: I've to agree. Knowing how near you are to the deadline puts your creativity on overdrive. That's wonderful Truelight. The colours are just right - not too strong or anything. Plus I appreciate the subtle rays detail you put. :)


Thanks Nicole and BlueToy. Funny how I am doubting my creativity and you say my creativity went in overdrive :gi.

I do always like to work with pastels, and even more with natural colours. I wanted this card to be mostly green and browns from the trees and plants against a light blue background, guess it worked. And the rays.. great that you noticed that, I thought maybe they were not really visible enough. I put that in last when I was working on the card. It just seemed to want to have some light. I am happy with how the rays hit the wooden pentacle very slightly. :hp

Well, I guess I will keep this card then, and not start again. I don't actually have the time to do that anyway...


And Ly, what a great cards! LOVE the Death card.. wow, if only I was that talented! And the experiment 4 of cups is also great. This deck is gonna rock!:ok

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Pen,

I would give my right arm to be that artistic! Of course, then I would not be able to flip people off as easily but still...

beautiful :ok:ok:ok:ok:ok:ok:ok

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Do we need a POPE card for the deck?

Just in case here is THE POPE, in 3.5 x 5. My daughter snapped the photo recently when she was taking classes in Rome.

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Hello, fellow artists!
Speaking of popes, I've attached my Hierophant, Ms. Eden Gray herself! :-)
 Janet

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Did I say that I will never do more than one card again?
Attached is my 5 of Pentacles. It is Pamela, her sad story for all to see.

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