Golden Age Playing Cards

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Re: Golden Age Playing Cards

Unread postby jsantafe » Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:45 pm  

JuFiN wrote:very nice, but the GA in the center makes it technically one way :(

Well, it's really subtle and in the face of the card, it's not a big deal...
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Re: Golden Age Playing Cards

Unread postby RichK » Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:27 pm  

Great final look of Queen. I feel like the dividing scroll should say something. The GA looks odd and unnecessary to me, almost distracting from the Queen.
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Re: Golden Age Playing Cards

Unread postby sprouts1115 » Tue Dec 20, 2016 7:59 pm  

JuFiN wrote:very nice, but the GA in the center makes it technically one way :(


True, but the one one-wayness is in the middle of the card and therefore not to distracting. Also, true a ribbon is usually used for some text, but this person is so close in making traditions work. This ribbon is used as a crutch until they learn how to do transitions.

Here is another example that uses an object as a transition. http://www.21king.ru/ru/museum/?deck=g03557&country=ru
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Re: Golden Age Playing Cards

Unread postby TGunitedcardists » Thu Dec 29, 2016 10:53 am  

Sviatoslav Pashchuk wrote:Final look.


Much better. But don't forget to keep a nice big spade pip. Only have a spade under the letter doesn't work well. They are cards!
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