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 Posted: Tue Jan 8th, 2013 11:39 pm
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2013 Collaborative deck

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OK, tell me if this is the right place to post my 2013 Sun! My Sun comes to you through the miracle of Photoshop with sources from an original photo of mine of afternoon sunlight on the wood floor in my living room created with Camera ZOOM FX, a 1719 Solar System print by Mallet and a Zuni inlaid silver Zia-style sun.

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Dang dat's fast! You musta had that up your sleevey already eh!

I like it... :ok

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Thanks, Sumada! Actually, no, it went from concept to post just like that. I did have the photo of my floor from a couple of weeks ago and I have been studying Puebloan culture and symbology lately. I wanted to put forth the view that the sun shines no matter what our world view is, abstracted modern digital photography, historical attempts at scientific description or bold spiritual symbology. Since this is a Tarot deck after all, that symbology thing dominated!

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Queen of Wands








Queen of Cups








Queen of Swords









Queen of Discs (Pentacles)


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Lovers....

Love isn't all hearts and flowers.

Oops should have said: photo of a landscape-oriented painting of an UNUSUAL Cupid - who drives the lovers, in a local museum (with their permission, no flash, not for commercial use - and I don't think this forum's members is commercial... there's no PROFIT !) and photoshopped with bits from other contemporary (to the original) paintings to make it portrait shaped.


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gregs---I really like it.  it's been awhile since i've seen a funny lovers card.  (have I ever seen a funny lovers card?)  anyway, I really like it.

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You think that's FUNNY ? But it HURTS !!!!

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Here are mine, hope line art's ok ...

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GOOD STUFF !!!!

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LWB:

The figure of the Hanged Man is lifted from a plate illustrating Arlequin Phaéton in Gherardi's Théâtre Italien, an image rich enough to yield material for at least five other trumps: the original also evokes the Knights through its depiction of the four horses that drew the chariot of the sun plunging down through the air.

The Knight of Discs is based upon a hooden horse, traditionally found in eastern Kent. In contrast to the tourney horses, where the Knight is at once horse and rider, this card shows both a Hoodener, working the head, and a Jockey, temporarily mounted upon him.

The Knight of Cups is based upon a tourney horse, of the kind once used in civic and church entertainments, plays and court masques, and still to be found performing alongside mummers and morris dancers. While a mast horse is a person in animal guise, this is a simulacrum of a mounted rider.

The Knight of Wands is based upon a mast horse of the skull and pole type, such as the Welsh Mari Lwyd. Its head is equipped with leather ears and bottlecap eyes, the jaws wired to snap together in an alarming manner.

The Knight of Swords is based upon the tourney horse depicted in the Betley Window (made somewhen between 1550-1621) now in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The rider's cheeks are indeed pierced with swords in the original; the object in the horse's mouth is a ladle, to collect money from onlookers.

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Also, please note that I forgot to flip the Hanged Man before posting the image: the noose should be round his other foot.

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Here is my first card: Death

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10 of Swords


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10 of Coins


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Isn't that from the Dulle Griet ? Or has my memory gone ? LOVE it !

Can't upload from here, but I will try when I am staying with a friend...

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gregory wrote: Isn't that from the Dulle Griet ? Or has my memory gone ? LOVE it !

Can't upload from here, but I will try when I am staying with a friend...

Very good memory my dear (to me certain aspects of her are the epifony of wat this card is about)  power of destruction despite of everything yet also of change

I used paintings by Pieter Bruegel the Elder for all all 5 my cards

The last 8 month have been very very painfully for me, so i used this project as a kind of catharsis, incorporating among other  many things i used a profile images...

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and here is my last one for today 10 of Cups

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My last one, 10 of Wands

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I finished 3 of my 5 cards. The other two will follow soon, I hope :hp.

Temperance and the 6 of Pentacles are photographs of some original artwork, which was made with bamboo on velvet. That is why the background is a bit dusty. I can only take credit for the photographs and the tweaking with photoshop.

I have seen the original works for years and wanted to use them. And now I finally can (with permission). They fall in the category "Tarot in real life" for me. Funny how some images are so recognisable.

Anyway, so here is the first: Temperance

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Second one: Six of Pentacles

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Number 3: the Six of Swords.

This one I did make myself, with pastel. It is only a part of the original pastel, but it fits imo.

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Dear Tarot Collectors Forum Collaborative Deck creators,
It is with much sadness, a very heavy heart, acute embarrassment and sincerest apologies that I must announce I am unable to complete any cards for this year's collaborative deck. I realise this is somewhat of a monstrous shabby, given that there is so little time left for anyone else to jump into the breech, but the pressures of life, and my abysmal time management, all require that I make this decision now and not procrastinate any longer.
Once again, I am truly sorry to leave you all in the lurch, and only hope that some artistic wizard with proverbial skates on undertakes to do my cards – The World and the four Aces.
Hopefully I may be allowed back into the circle again sometime in the future…
Best regards,
adamuS

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The Tower

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....I have my card ready but I how do I post an image?

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When you open the box to type a message there is a area just below that says 'browse', clickk that and it will open a explorer box for you to select your artwork.  the artwork for the forum needs to be fairly low res to fit on the size limit, so you will need two files, one for the forum and the high resolution one to send to me.

 

Remember everyone, you're not done until I get the high res file.

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Strength....I hope....

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Sherry has small copies of all my cards - and will have the hi-res ones shortly. I am on capped slow internet, and cannot post such things from here. She may post them in this thread if she can be bothered :)

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gregory wrote: Sherry has small copies of all my cards - and will have the hi-res ones shortly. I am on capped slow internet, and cannot post such things from here. She may post them in this thread if she can be bothered :)
okey dokey, hope these look ok

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...I saw we needed an Ace of Cups....so I did this one.....Let me know it we want to use it .......

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PM sherry to get yourself in there. :)

And sherry - I THINK I posted the info on my Lovers in a thread, but if not, let me know and I will do it over.

You have the others.

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Ok, the 6 of Wands is also ready.

I realized when I was finished that the wreath is only going one way, instead of two ways like with the usual ones that winners are crowned with. If I have the time and energy, I may actually have another go at it.

It is really just a pip card, couldn't think of anything else.

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Ace of Pentacles...........

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...Ace of Swords...

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8 of Cups - this is an actual collage, photographed with my ipad. I think I will redo this with a proper camera...

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I'm looking at all these cards and mine look lame in comparison :sd

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wvzookeeper wrote: I'm looking at all these cards and mine look lame in comparison :sd

No they don't..  I like your cards. 

Wanna do acouple more?:gi

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gregory wrote: PM sherry to get yourself in there. :)

And sherry - I THINK I posted the info on my Lovers in a thread, but if not, let me know and I will do it over.

You have the others.


I couldn't find it, could you email it to me again?   Please????

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Ace of Wands, (Element of Fire), New Beginnings, The Divine, Energies, Positive Energies….

I can take the World card..............

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When the Four of Swords comes up in the deck, it usually means it’s time to “chill” and get away from it all, a time to gain some strength before facing an upcoming situation, or just a time to take gain some equilibrium and re-balance. And who knows better how to do that than a cat or a dog? In this card, I substituted the more typical knight for my Bischon while he lazes in his bed and gathers his strength, no doubt, so he can zestfully chase the cat first thing in the morning. Instead of the typical mosaic of the Madonna or a Saint, I substituted a guardian Angel-dog; and all the swords are imprinted with paws and have doggie-bones for the sword hilts.

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The Four of Pentacles is a card that can suggest material greed, miserliness, or a desire to gain and maintain control. To represent the elements of the Four of Pentacles, I chose the Spanish Conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who in his quest for gold and power, defeated the mighty Incan Empire in Cuzco, Peru and murdered the Aztec Emperor Atahualpa after a roomful of gold was promised to Pizarro for Atahualpa’s ransom in 1533. In this card, the mighty city of Machu Picchu serves as the background, an image of Pizarro, hungrily holding his pentacles, hovers above the conquered image of Atahualpa.

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The Four of Wands is a card of celebration and happy events, whether it’s freedom from a bondage, a successful accomplishment, or simply a matter of fully enjoying the moment. To illustrate the Four of Wands elements, I used Sulamith Wülfing’s ethereal images to depict four joyful times in the life of a woman – the beauty of youth, the delights of love, the joy of motherhood, and the peace of the final transformation of soul.

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In many tarot decks, the Fool card generally shows a youth happily beginning his life’s journey. He holds all his possessions on a stick and is oblivious that he is about to walk off of a cliff. He’s so intoxicated with his upcoming adventures and dreams that he doesn’t notice the warning of his canine companion as it barks out a warning. In this card, the Fool is represented by the Toucan and the Crocodile is the cliff. The Toucan needs no extraneous possessions because he already has everything he needs – except, that he is so captivated by this new Crocodile encounter that he explores it without thought of possible consequences. As in the traditional card, the companion dog attempts to warn the Toucan of the danger while still staying out of reach of the Crocodile’s jaws. Will the sun in the upper corner of the card, in this case representing the instincts of both the Crocodile and the Toucan, shine on one or both?

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The World (21), enlightenment, completion, perfection, coming full circle

(Reversed) Stagnation, failure to complete task, back to the beginning

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Wow. The Lovers is a wonderful Card. I feel like this in my relationship...exactly. Great work Gregory.

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Judgement. The idea, that if we are virtuous, we can pass from one realm to another and find ourselves in a better place. Sometimes we pass through these realms in our lives and do not find ourselves in a better place at all, but in a more somber, realistic place. The judgment that is passed upon us in our daily lives is not always what we want, but most times you can be it will surely be what we need. Change is the only real promise of judgement, so be careful what you pray for.

That's me by the way, at the alter in a beautiful church we visited in San Juan. I'm not catholic, but who can resist the opportunity to pray at such a beautiful alter.

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Two of Cups. Emotional duality. Let it flow over a cup of tea and take you as high as the Eiffel Tower. It's a time to share. Joy, Gladness, Friendship, Delight, Promise of a new beginning and a chance to say, "I care".

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Two of Coins. George Washington once said that worry is the interest paid by those who borrow trouble. The duality of the two of coins offers up hope that we may find grounding, but it also puts in the position that we must join with another to move toward the creation of something with a deeper meaning. In essence, this means we must barter with that person in order to be together. So be careful what your borrow and take from them, it could cost you more than you know.

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Two of Swords. Two thoughts. Two ideas. Two reasons. Whether or not we have two thought in our own head or share a thought with another one thing is for sure...something will happen. Classically, the two of swords points to avoidance and the inability to see the truth, but think of it this way...two can be better than one. Two gives us the opportunity to produce and move beyond the solitude of one. Don't use the two or sword as an excuse to bind you.

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Two of Wands. It's simply the courage to reach out beyond our limits. A opportunity to be bolder, stronger, and down right bossy.

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9 of cups 1

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