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 Posted: Fri May 22nd, 2009 06:05 am
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Gosh I guess I need to catch up on some of this flower symbology stuff...

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 Posted: Sat May 23rd, 2009 10:49 pm
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OK - my Ace of Pentacles, I think, unless you all shoot me.... (this may be the version I tweaked a bit more before finishing it - but it is ALMOST right anyway....)

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 Posted: Sun May 24th, 2009 03:50 pm
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gregory,

we would never shoot you for your fabulous card...
perhaps for other reasons but never that..     :cl


I like it very much...how did you create that?


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Photoshop is a wonderful thing :D. I could try talking you through this stuff some time....

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That's a great Ace of Pentacles Gregory! Wonderful job!

Warmly, arnell

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How nice, Gregory. Wonderful A of P!

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Well done greggers :ok

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That's a powerful Ace of Pentacles, Gregory...:ro

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Whew. LWB info posted and I can sit back and watch you all suffer if I am passing on line ! Thanks !

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Gregory, fabulous Ace of Pentacles! So powerful.

Blue Bubble :D

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Love your A of P, Gregory!!  The essence of earth.

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Arnell wrote: Ambriel dear,

Thank you for sharing the symbolic meaning and thoughts behind your lovely 2 of Swords card. It’s a wonderful addition to this deck and I appreciate knowing what it means...I had no idea yellow carnations meant rejection. Is that a universal meaning or attached to a culture in particular?

Warmly, Arnell


I'm not sure if its universal or not...good question.

There are tons of site with the meaning listed...here's one.

http://www.feldis.com/s/meaning.htm

I grew up in North Alabama...a very rural, country area and carnations are generally used in flower arrangements placed on caskets and graves....very large arrangements of all different colors...

I've travelled all over the world and never observed this practice anywhere else but in the southeast of the USA.

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Everyone's cards are so amazing...I love what folks are doing with Photoshop...I only have the Standard version, which does next to nothing.

Anyway, here is my 7 of Pentacles.  Drawn and Colored with magic markers. :)

I thought this poem fit it well because it is a card of reflection and taking pause....

Ah Sunflower by William Blake

Ah Sunflower, weary of time,
Who countest the steps of the sun;
Seeking after that sweet golden clime
Where the traveller's journey is done;

Where the Youth pined away with desire,
And the pale virgin shrouded in snow,
Arise from their graves, and aspire
Where my Sunflower wishes to go!


 

Hugs to all, Ambriel

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It's mesmerizing, Ambriel, it seems to draw the eyes and the concentration in to the centre and those seven pentacles. A great image to reflect upon...:ro

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A fabulous 7 of Pentacles Ambriel, nice going there! I'm pondering the poem...

And thank you for the explanation and link regarding your 2 of Swords and yellow carnations. Most interesting. Wonderful work, this deck is gonna be so special!

Warmly,

Arnell

 

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Ambriel,

It is lovely! What a great take on the 7 of pents!  :ok

I am very excited at all of our cards :)

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Ok, this card has been ready for weeks. But I couldn't decide which version worked best. They were only minor differences between the versions, but I am just a perfectionist I guess :f

 

Anyway, presenting the 8 of Swords. I have decided to go with the meaning of the card for this one. But then with a new twist.

The 8 of Swords traditionally stands for feeling stuck, trapped, unable to move, not having free will, being a prisoner and feeling a victim.

In my personal life I recently experienced a period where I was feeling that way and it occured to me I was feeling like a living Marionette. Not free to move of my own free will, feeling trapped and feeling very much like a victim.  :cc

Fortunally I don't feel that way right now anymore. But I wanted to convey that feeling in this card.

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 Posted: Sun May 31st, 2009 03:58 pm
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Wow! Another surprise! Love it! The hands are working so elegantly and are just right, the puppet girl breathes despair and lack of power from every limb - clever you...    :ro   

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Nice take, truelighth.

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What a great 8 of Swords Truelighth! I’ve been there… you captured that feeling so well. Wow!

Warmest wishes,

Arnell

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Ambriel - love your 7 of Pentacles as Penn said it draws your eye in to the card completely, feels very hypnotic! Love the colours and the poem.

Blue Bubble :D

 

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Truelighth, this image works so well because it is black and white adding to the dimension of the meaning. So strong, quite amazing. I too have been in that place and your drawing certainly reached me.

Blue Bubble :D

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All the responses to my 8 of Swords have been so positive, that I want to respond to all of them:

goldenweb wrote:

Wow! Another surprise! Love it! The hands are working so elegantly and are just right, the puppet girl breathes despair and lack of power from every limb - clever you...    :ro   

Pen


Thank you, Pen. Coming from you, I see it as a great compliment! Made me smile to read your post.

I am so glad that this worked out the way I wanted to. Like you said, the girl breathers despair and lack of power from every limb. That is what I was going for.

I actually found the picture of the girl on the internet, but of course I couldn't use it. But it clicked so much with what I wanted for this card, I decided to draw her myself. With some alterations of course. And also the 8 strings (corresponding to the 8 of swords). For drawing the hands I had the example of an ad for a puppetteer museum. It was a tiny little picture, but the hands looked so nice and alive on there that I thought they would work well. 

 

gregory wrote:
Nice take, truelighth.


Thanks Gregory . I was really setting out for a different kind of 8 of Swords then the usual ones. Guess that worked. :hp
 

Arnell wrote:
What a great 8 of Swords Truelighth! I’ve been there… you captured that feeling so well. Wow!

Thank you, Arnell. I think a lot of us have been there at some time of our lives. I am glad my image conveys that feeling. It is just what I wanted for it. Especially because if you are in such a place, it feels so very oppressing and you would like the world to know about it. :cc




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Truelighth, this image works so well because it is black and white adding to the dimension of the meaning. So strong, quite amazing. I too have been in that place and your drawing certainly reached me.

Blue Bubble :D


And also thank you Blue Bubble. The fact that you call the image strong, is all the compliment I needed. It is what I wanted for it. And I think you are right. It is working because of the Black&White. I did consider colouring it. But somehow it seemed wrong. The black & white gives a more grim feeling which belongs with the image.

My alternate version, btw, for anyone who wonders, was also monochrome, but with red&white. I will post that one too, but I think  the normal black&white works slightly better:

 

 

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Bravo Truelight! Very unique and well done take on the 8 of Swords!

Well worth the wait.

Nicky


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I am not sure about my Hermit after seeing all the wonderful cards.

To me, the Hermit has always stood for solitute, or the search for solitude, and the desire to just be quiet and learn.

The face is blurrier than on the original.  I need ti figure out why.

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:ok
Looks hermitty to me ! Nice one. JUST the way I am when I am feeling antisocial and in need of solitude... !

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Hi Skad 1

Your Hermit explains the meaning of the card exactly did not look blurry to me. What bliss to sit quietly reading a book. I also love the window. Fantastic image!

Blue Bubble :gi

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fergot to say. Ambriel, good pentacles work, but the resolution's a bit off :( If you are ok with a little cropping in the final card version...

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Great idea for a wonderful Hermit, Skad1 (are there more/other Skads?).  

The face doesn't look blurry, just right. Seen through the window it shouldn't be sharply defined anyway, but a little mystery's always a good thing...:ro

We're getting there...:cool:

 

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AND! wonderful work too, Truelight and Skad! Skad, for some reason yours reminds me of an old movie starring Peter O'Toole and Patula Clarke - the title of which I can't remember at the moment...

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Skad,

Your Hermit is perfect... and my dream of heaven :)

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BlueToy wrote: AND! wonderful work too, Truelight and Skad! Skad, for some reason yours reminds me of an old movie starring Peter O'Toole and Patula Clarke - the title of which I can't remember at the moment...

Goodbye, Mr Chips?

And thanks for all the positive words, I was really concerned that no one would like it.  I will probably play with it alittle more.

No just one skad1, also known as skad, sherry, hey you, etc.

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I think I found an idea for the King of Wands.  And it'll be easier than the others I have to do, so I might actually get it done!

So....

TWO  LEFT

Boy, are Debra and Adam and the Spuds missing their chance for a 2009 Tarot Collectors Forum Deck.  Well, maybe not Adam, but the rest are running out of time (and cards).
:hp   :x   Waving cards bye-bye
 

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skad1 wrote: BlueToy wrote: AND! wonderful work too, Truelight and Skad! Skad, for some reason yours reminds me of an old movie starring Peter O'Toole and Patula Clarke - the title of which I can't remember at the moment...

Goodbye, Mr Chips?

And thanks for all the positive words, I was really concerned that no one would like it.  I will probably play with it alittle more.

No just one skad1, also known as skad, sherry, hey you, etc.

You actually know the movie! What a weird combination that was - peter o'toole and patula clarke...

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Hi everyone, here is The Fool, hope you like him and that he can join the wonderful deck that you have all created so far.

The Fool Card Description: The Fool stands precariously on the edge of the amethyst mountain. He  believes in himself and follows his heart, he will not slip. He gazes down at the new opportunities and challenges below him. He carries with him his worldly possessions and embraces the warmth of the sun on his back. His dog holds on tightly to his velvet coat in attempt to keep him steady on the crystal shelf, he whispers to his master “Be cautious”.

Card Meaning: New beginnings and opportunities but be vigilant look carefully before you leap.


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OH WOW - great card !

And I remember Mr Chips too - it was excellent. VERY unfair, the things they do say about Peculiar Clark !!!

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An absolutely gorgeous Fool card Blue Bubble. Such a beautiful image and lovely colors. Fool’s little dog is so sweet too. What is the sun thinking I wonder… What a wonderful card it ‘tis!

Warmly,
Arnell

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Ok, here's the idea I had for the King of Wands.  Originally I was just going to have the single wand on the moon, with earth in the background.  Then i thought of the flag that was left up there and got a copy of it and attached it to the wand.  Then I realized that we are a multi-national group and some may dislike the American flag on our deck.  My first reaction was 'so what', but then I realized I wanted it to be better than that, so I came up with the second card.  Originally I was going to have the crown on the earth, but it just looked silly.

Changed the crown to be larger.

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Blue Bubble, your Fool is GORGEOUS! I love it. :ro

And the dog does look so sweet and yet anxious. The Fool is most certainly full of confidence.

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The card without the flag is much better IMHO. Not because it was a US flag in particular, though I think you're right about the one nation for multinational group thing - but because it implied an ownership and the King sort of doesn't. If you see what I mean.

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Oh BlueBubble, such a lovely memorable Fool in an amazing landscape. Love the sun and the little dog too...:ro 

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Skad, the second card works beautifully - there's something enigmatic about the crown on the wand, a strangeness not present in the now familiar image of the flag on the lunar landscape. Trust the King of Wands to get to the Moon... :ro

Are all the cards really taken now? - wonderful!

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goldenweb wrote: Skad, the second card works beautifully - there's something enigmatic about the crown on the wand, a strangeness not present in the now familiar image of the flag on the lunar landscape. Trust the King of Wands to get to the Moon... :ro

Are all the cards really taken now? - wonderful!

Pen 


Thanks for the kind words, at first I liked the flag one best, but the longer I look at them, the more I like the second one!

No, there are TWO (2), yup, TWO, cards left!  :ro

Want one?   :hp

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Hi Skad1,

Yes I much prefer the 2nd version for the King of Wands too...

I thought lulukat requested the last two cards yesterday, the Page of Coins and the 7 of Wands...on the other thread.

Warmly
Arnell

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Arnell wrote: Hi Skad1,

Yes I much prefer the 2nd version for the King of Wands too...

I thought lulukat requested the last two cards yesterday, the Page of Coins and the 7 of Wands...on the other thread.

Warmly
Arnell


She did indeed.  I am really slipping here.  Well, I guess I DID get a card done, so I wasn't totally goofing off.

Wow, when we started this I really was worried that we would never finish off 78 cards.  And now it might be up to 80 cards!!!  (remember the title card and the Obsessive Collector And Incidentally Also Happy Squirrel Card)  I really love that name, it fits so well.

Wow, ya'll done good!

 

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Okay, here is my final card...if it looks ok to you then I'll send the high res version to Blue Toy tomorrow. Thanks everyone! I love this wonderful, beautiful deck and being a part of it with you all!

10 of Wands Description: A woman struggles to carry 10 wands on her back. The wind is fierce and tugs at her while threatening to blow out her vulnerable candle. With determination and grace she keeps to her path and to the goal.
Meaning: A burden soon lifted. A feeling of tremendous pressure to complete the task. The sense of relief and gratification when this job is done will be substantial.


 

Warmly,
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Arnell, love your 10 of Wands, what a beautiful face the woman has. You can feel the movement of the wind against her back and you can feel her struggle to keep the candle alight. Love the background too!

Thank you for your kind words on The Fool, looks like my Fool and your lovely lady would make a good pair!

Regards

Blue Bubble :hp

 

 

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Thanks Gregory for your kind comments

Blue Bubble :D

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Skad, I like the image of the King of Wands with just the crown and no flag. It is so unique! Love it.

Blue Bubble:D

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Truelighth, thank you so much for your kind comments on The Fool. I love painting dogs so this little chap was a joy to do.

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