Honestly, I ... am confused the tiger in acrylic looks like the best of the rest, considering the details and such-- but when I remembered your question ... then I'll probably choose wine or watercolor -or watercolour; I don't know which is the right pronunciation - because as far as the series goes, they always looks great and beautiful to me
hmmm, that's reminds me ... if I may know, how much longer will this series goes? (sorry for any probable misunderstanding-- I didn't asked for you to end this series quickly or the pace is too slow or what, I just wondering how much pages will be coming until this series 'ends', hahahah sorry if I sounded that way)
I think I might go with a mix of acrylic and wine/watercolour! That way, the characters can be a bit more detailed, but I can have more of an "atmospheric" background. Oh, and both watercolor and watercolour are correct. Americans generally spell it "color," while Brits and Canadians spell it "colour." So you can use either one!
Hmm... I think I am about 1/3 of the way through! So maybe another 70-100 pages? It may be a while before it is finished!
Ooh, good question! I'm actually not sure yet... it will depend on printing costs, and (more importantly) if I can get an entire deck finished. I'm going to focus on the major arcana first. If I can make it through that, I'll think about trying my hand at the minor!
I've collected tarot decks on and off for years. I've got some really nice ones. It seems to me that the minor arcana are the more difficult. The major arcana are all archetypal in nature and loan themselves to dramatic images. The minor arcana deal with more day-to-day things and don't always seem as eye catching. I have one deck where the minor arcana are just images of the suite repeated for the number of the card. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.
How about Acrylic AND Watercolour! (those are my two fav here), like you could make the background with watercolours and the characters in acrylic or however you want! XD I also like the coloured pencils one