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BookLioness
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I've backed this and wanted to share.


https://crowtarotshop.com/

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It's being released by USG later this year - I can wait !

Welcome to the forum !:cool:

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Thank you!

I've already received the PDF of the full majors. Absolutely stunning.

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It's beautiful, and crows are truly amazing birds.

One thing I wondered while looking at the website and the funding site though. Orders are now being taken on Indiegogo for the second edition (I don't think the size of the first edition is mentioned, although the number of backers is given as 'over 240'), yet US Games are publishing later this year. Presumably their edition will be different from the first and second editions, unless the orders taken through Indiegogo will be fulfilled by US Games. Does anyone know how this will work?

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goldenweb wrote:
It's beautiful, and crows are truly amazing birds.

One thing I wondered while looking at the website and the funding site though. Orders are now being taken on Indiegogo for the second edition (I don't think the size of the first edition is mentioned, although the number of backers is given as 'over 240'), yet US Games are publishing later this year. Presumably their edition will be different from the first and second editions, unless the orders taken through Indiegogo will be fulfilled by US Games. Does anyone know how this will work?


I can only tell my experience with the Book of Shadow: how it worked was that I bought THE SAME set for almost double price.

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Thanks rylla. I'm very tempted by this one, even though I've given up collecting (theoretically, anyway...!).

Wondering also about technique - some images look like digital collage with Photoshop filters, some like a mixture of painting and collage with some digital filters/blending/integration. It's hard to tell. None of this really matters of course - it's the finished work that's important - I'm just physiologically curious. :)

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Excellent questions.

I would have to put myself in an isolation chamber to stop myself from wanting more decks, even though I am a very small collector by comparison.


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