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I'm uploading some photos of individual cards I've been working on for a majors only collage deck. It's called Taschen Tarot because the backgrounds are from various Tachen postcard books.  There's a little bit of everything in them....hence the "Kitchen Sink" designation! :D  Right now I also have alternates for a few of the majors. 

My current avatar is the Tower card from the Taschen Tarot.

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 This is one of the Death cards.

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Here's an alternate Death card.

 

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Death Alt 2

 

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Death Alt 3 - my personal favorite

 

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Hierophant

 

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Temperance

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Wheel of Fortune

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High Priestess

 

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GREAT !!!! You know how I love your work :ok; kindly post an alert as soon as it is buyable !

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These are fabulous Kimber ..

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Hey Kimber these are very good. Several of my favorite artists in there too.
I will enjoy seeing the full set.

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Wonderful cards, Kimberly!:ok And great to see you work on another Tarot after the Toscano (which I still cherish!):bl

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Thanks for all of the encouragement, everyone!!   :m

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High Priestess and Death #3 are my favorites. I like the composition!

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I agree with Debra. I also like Death #3 the most. And the High Priestess is wonderful in composition. That is my favorite card in every deck :gi, so of course I am very critical of that one. But this one is wonderful, makes me really see another aspect of the HP again:ok.

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The first death card is the best. And I love the fact that you have so many water pourers in temperance! The priestess also looks nice in that visionary retro way. I had an idea when I was viewing your cards so I went to PS and made them monochrome. They ended up looking surprisingly seamless, especially the Priestess and Temperance, so you might want to consider that when you're finished with them all. Good luck with this project. :)

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I like this one best, too - keep up the good work!

Ragnell:ro

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They're fabulous, Kimber. How far along are you with the deck?

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Thanks so much for all the encouragement! I just sort of muddle my way through, not being an artist like so many of you here.  :?

I actually have 22 cards completed, with alternate versions of several cards. 

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1st or 1st alternative death, but I like the guy on the steps on the 3rd!
Love Temperance!  Hate the Wheel (it has a spider, yuck, yish, euw, kill it, kill it)  High Priestess is pretty cool too.

I wondered where your avatar came from, I really like it and would like to see a larger version.  Actually, I would like to see them all, in my hands. :bl  he-he-he

Toscano tarot? ??  Another one I am missing! :?  Any pix?

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LOL!!!

You can see some of the cards from the Toscano at http://www.tarotpassages.com, under the review by Diane Wilkes. :cool:

 

 

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It's LOVELY. That's why I want a Taschen !

Hurry up *drums fingers impatiently*

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Well, now you've gone and done it!!:D

I am in the process of printing a LE of 50 copies of the Taschen Tarot; should be available in about two weeks. The cards will be poker sized.  The deck consists of 30 cards - 29 Majors, including all of the alternates I did for some of the cards, and 1 title card.  Comes in an organza bag. I don't have a final cost yet, but I'm estimating in the $30-35 range.

If there's enough interest, I'm considering doing a larger run of the Toscano Tarot in the future. :m

Please let me know if you are interested in a copy of the Taschen Tarot.

Kimber

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I'm interested.

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I am very interested indeed and then some. (PS and I am away till October, as of Tuesday - KEEP ME ONE !!!!!)

I'd also buy another Toscano !

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I am interested too :hp.

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You know that I'm interested also!

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And, AHEM...when may we expect to see YOUR completed deck(s)??? :qq

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and here one more intereste one: MOI :gi

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Thank you to everyone who expressed an interest in seeing the Taschen Tarot become an actual deck - I'm holding one in my hands right now! :D  I'm really pleased with how they came out!

The deck consists of 30 cards (29 plus a title card). It includes alternates of Strength, Justice, Death, Temperance, and the Tower. It is a limited edition of 100 sets, and the cost is $35 per set, plus shipping. I will try to provide a reasonable estimate for shipping, both within the US and internationally.

I will take some photos tomorrow and post them here for all to see.

Here's the list I have so far, by order of request:

skad1

Nicole

Gregory

truelighth

Quarkling

Mr. la-luna

Adam

 

Kimber (the proud parent):bl

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As promised, I'm posting some pics. Sure hope you guys like them! :D

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The Fool and the Title card.

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Card back and Title card.

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Strength and the Fool.

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The Sun and Justice.

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The bag.

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I must and can only say: congratulations :okto the proud parent.


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Thank you!!! :D

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awesome! Would you like pm's so we can send addresses for shipping info etc...let me know what you need...


way to go !

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Thanks!!!  Yes, please send me your mailing address. I haven't gone to the post office yet, so I'm not sure how much shipping is - max of $5, I would guess.

My Paypal address is: lance@plaiddragon.com. (Cash funded only)

US Checks are OK too.

Please let me know once you send,and I'll refund the difference in postage if $5 is too much.

:D

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Mama mia!  It's so cool.  Love the backs, I think that one of the first times I've said that.  but the back is pretty neat.

Money on the way.......

you know, paypal is sometimes TOO convenient.  No that that isn't a good thing in this instance.

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LOL!!

Thank you!

 

FYI - I checked the domestic postal rates online, and it looks like the flat rate is $4.95.

For international, I'll need to check by individual country, because it varies.

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they look really good as cards! Is that a book box? Where'd you get it? It looks very nicely old-style.

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Thank you. :D

The card backs are from an electronic file I downloaded off a pay-to-use website.  It looks just like an old book, and I really liked how it worked with the deck, so when I had the cards printed I had them add the deck title into the existing title block.  I'm really pleased with the result! 

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I think you should be! That looks deceptively real.

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Hooray! I'm glad to see that it is finally ready. Kimber, I think we'd talked by email before, though I don't see my name on the list you posted.

Anyway, I'm dying for a copy, and so I took a chance and went ahead and sent you my payment. I've PMed you, too.

The images are beautiful :).

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Save me one; I have so many emails to go through I am not doing anything but them and paying bills till I get to the end....!

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They look wonderful and I'd love one - how much is international postage? The backs are brilliant too!

Pen

Edited to add: Just checked my Paypal account - I may have to wait a bit...:(  

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They look great, Kimber--very pleasing to the eye. Congratulations!

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Hi Kimber,

 

I'd love a copy, too - could you please give me a shipping quote for Germany?

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Hi Kimber, I love the cards.  :ok Especially the Empresses, very strategic placement of the 'helping hand'!   :gi  If I had any complaints it would be that the cards are way too small, I would have likes a larger picture to enjoy. 

But definitely two thumbs up  :ok

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got mine!!! thanks so much they are delightful!!!

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Do you have any left?  I'd love to have a copy!

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Got mine - and I love it. 4 death cards is a winner for me at any time :ro even if I wasn't already mad for Kimber's work ! (Time to reissue the Toscano ??? not that I care; I have one :ok but on this card stock it would be awesome !)

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Oh my. These are lovely!

Absolutely gorgeous.

Is the cardstock what you would call shufflable (riffle) or is this more of an art/collector's deck?

Very beautiful! :hp

:kt

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wvzookeeper wrote: Do you have any left?  I'd love to have a copy!

I don't know why I'm not getting pinge when people respond to this thread - must be an issue with Gmail!

Yes; just PM me.  Domestic shipping is a flate rate of $4.95; international shipping is a flat rate of $12.95 to most countries. :m

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missy wrote: Oh my. These are lovely!

Absolutely gorgeous.

Is the cardstock what you would call shufflable (riffle) or is this more of an art/collector's deck?

Very beautiful! :hp

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Thanks, missy! :D

The cardstock is incredibly sturdy - it is playing card stock, which is why the deck is poker sized and not larger.  But I am very pleased all in all with the quality of the finished product.

It is a majors only deck, though, so unless you're using it along with another deck to clarify a reading, or doing a majors only reading, you'd probably prefer the Toscano, which is a full 78 cards.

I am squirreling aside nuggets towards a small print run, and every Taschen sold gets me a teensy bit closer to being able to print the Toscano.

"I get by with a little help from my friends..."

:tt

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OOH a new Toscano ??? A  - like - "proper printed" one ???

I LOVE my original.... :ok

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gregory wrote: OOH a new Toscano ??? A  - like - "proper printed" one ???



That's the plan!! I'm saving my shekels to finance a smaal print run of 50 copies.  Found a lovely back design for it, too!

:D

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Oh mercy. Discovering this forum was probably the worst thing to happen to my finances in a long time.

Kimber, any chance you'll have one left in say, a month? I have to chill out on the buying for a bit, but would dearly love to have a copy of this deck.

Thanks.

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Kimber wrote:
missy wrote: Oh my. These are lovely!

Absolutely gorgeous.

Is the cardstock what you would call shufflable (riffle) or is this more of an art/collector's deck?

Very beautiful! :hp

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Thanks, missy! :D

The cardstock is incredibly sturdy - it is playing card stock, which is why the deck is poker sized and not larger.  But I am very pleased all in all with the quality of the finished product.

It is a majors only deck, though, so unless you're using it along with another deck to clarify a reading, or doing a majors only reading, you'd probably prefer the Toscano, which is a full 78 cards.

I am squirreling aside nuggets towards a small print run, and every Taschen sold gets me a teensy bit closer to being able to print the Toscano.

"I get by with a little help from my friends..."

:tt


Oh my! The Toscano sounds lovely as it is true I have a preference for 78-card decks, but I WILL buy some Majors-only. Is the Toscano the same deck but with all 78 cards? I am looking but can't seem to find a thread on it.

:kt

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Oh my! The Toscano sounds lovely as it is true I have a preference for 78-card decks, but I WILL buy some Majors-only. Is the Toscano the same deck but with all 78 cards? I am looking but can't seem to find a thread on it.

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No, it's a completely different deck.

Look here: http://www.tarotpassages.com/toscano.htm

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Kimber wrote:
Death Alt 3 - my personal favorite

 


My personal favorite as well! It reminds me of my father ... leaving ... after his death. Wonderful image you have created.

Oh dear ... I may have to have this one!!!

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Kimber wrote:


Oh my! The Toscano sounds lovely as it is true I have a preference for 78-card decks, but I WILL buy some Majors-only. Is the Toscano the same deck but with all 78 cards? I am looking but can't seem to find a thread on it.

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No, it's a completely different deck.

Look here: http://www.tarotpassages.com/toscano.htm


Oh! Thank you. It is absolutely GORGEOUS. I LOVE it.

You are very talented!

So this one will be for sale soon? But only 50 copies?

I may need BOTH of these!

:kt

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Kimber wrote: gregory wrote: OOH a new Toscano ??? A  - like - "proper printed" one ???



That's the plan!! I'm saving my shekels to finance a smaal print run of 50 copies.  Found a lovely back design for it, too!

:D

Well - you already know I will be buying it - so save one for me if I drop off line, or I may have to kill you.....

(I even got Kimber's permission to scan and laminate it for my own use, as I got a copy from before Kimber knew about fixatives, and I was terrified to shuffle it ..... :f)

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missy wrote:
My personal favorite as well! It reminds me of my father ... leaving ... after his death.

 

Me too.

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missy wrote:

Oh! Thank you. It is absolutely GORGEOUS. I LOVE it.

You are very talented!

So this one will be for sale soon? But only 50 copies?

I may need BOTH of these!

:kt


Thank you!  I'm in the company of gtreats here on this list, so collage is my humble medium of offering.

I don't know about "soon"...I'm still saving $$ to finance the printing.  And yes, only 50 copies.:cc

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Kimber wrote: missy wrote:
My personal favorite as well! It reminds me of my father ... leaving ... after his death.

 

Me too.

I wonder how many people realize that's Willy Loman??


 

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Wow. Just ... wow. I'm new here and I'm just blown away by the creativity.

My hubby is an artist, I dabble in collage, and we've been talking for years about designing a tarot deck. Alas, we just talk - no cation.

And here you've done it. Bravo. Beautiful!

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ScriptMary wrote: And here you've done it. Bravo. Beautiful!

:ktThank you!!!

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gregory schreef: Kimber wrote: gregory wrote: OOH a new Toscano ??? A  - like - "proper printed" one ???



That's the plan!! I'm saving my shekels to finance a smaal print run of 50 copies.  Found a lovely back design for it, too!

:D

Well - you already know I will be buying it - so save one for me if I drop off line, or I may have to kill you.....

Yeah what she said :cs
(but then for me)

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You guys are just the best ever!!! :tt

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Any Taschen decks left?  And is there any way to put a hold on one of the Toscano reprints?
I would really like to get my hands on these decks, they look great!
These go straight to the top of my wishlist, I guess that the mass market decks will have to sit at the bottom and wait.:D
So many decks, so little money...:sd

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Sebille wrote: Oh mercy. Discovering this forum was probably the worst thing to happen to my finances in a long time.

Kimber, any chance you'll have one left in say, a month? I have to chill out on the buying for a bit, but would dearly love to have a copy of this deck.

Thanks.

I don't know how I missed responding to this post -I'm so sorry! :f

Yes, I still have some Taschen decks available. :bl

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t.town.troy wrote: Any Taschen decks left?  And is there any way to put a hold on one of the Toscano reprints?
I would really like to get my hands on these decks, they look great!
These go straight to the top of my wishlist, I guess that the mass market decks will have to sit at the bottom and wait.:D
So many decks, so little money...:sd



LOL!!! Believe me, I can relate!!  Yes, just PM me with your pertikklers and I'll send you my paypal addy.

I'll take self produced decks over MM any day!!

I'm not in a position to schedule the print run of the Toscano at the moment, so I don't want to start a list. When I'm for sure it's really and truly going to happen, I'll start a new thread and those who are interested can reserve one then. :D

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Thought I'd bump the original thread to let folks know I still have some Taschen decks available!

AND <drum roll, please> I am in the process of a print run of the 78 card Toscano deck! I will post a new thread as soon as they are available. :D

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Has the Toscano changed at all since I got my copy ??

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No, Gregory - same deck! I was working on a 78 card version, but haven't finished it yet. :cs

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Toscano, I meant ... I do HAVE a 78 card version....


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