Bruno wrote:It is an odd perspection .... and Randy is very deliberate in his elaborations.
Being front/centre as it is .... ?
pablo19 wrote:I wonder where that back design was inspires from..
I absolutelt love it Randy!! I'm surprised you didn't just go with the a Roman shield which already has kind of the shape of a card. I have two suggestions just for fun, is there a way of changing the date to a more Roman versión? Or at least write march in latín and 15 in Roman numerals, just get more into the Rome feel. Also i'm excited to see what the jokers will look like, but I'd suggest Roman standards since these were so highly valued at the time, that getting them back from an enemy was considered a great feat.
pablo19 wrote:The way I was thinking of it is like is this deck a movie or a documentary? So elements from the time, like roman numerals and latin phrases would make it more like a movie (think gladiator), while stuff in english makes it more like a documentary (think history channel). I don't know if that makes sense, so to me it would be more like a deck romans would have played with (I know they didn't actually have these) rather than a modern day themed deck. What I'm trying to say is I'd love it even more the more latin stuff you throw in there, and if you made a special edition with roman numerals I'd be in all the way as well. I think your history of rome fans would also appreciate less english and more latin so they can go: *puts on spectacles* "this is latin, it means: damnit Brutus, why you kill me?" when they show it to people.
Okay, started rambling a bit... your deck designs are beautiful and you've made some pretty awesome choices so far!
RichK wrote:More amazing work Randy.
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