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Howdy. Here's a stack of illustrations for a "french deck". They're good for blackjack, casiño, whist, Go-Fish, hearts, spades, rummy / gin, and pokers all.

About the scribblin's:

My name's Richard and I drew these in King County Detention Facility while serving 8 months for the crime of painting a heart on a window; it wasn't a very good-looking heart, so I refined my illustration skills in the cellblock using "golf pencils" and a mix of instant coffee, blood, and wetted pill-coats. Turns out: drawing and card games are two of the best ways to meditate while detained (the third is reading). A deck of cards was an obvious project. After I was released from jail, I cleaned up the sketches in photoshop.

Best of luck at the table!

-RH

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backs_blue.pdf 24 MB
black_royals.pdf 24 MB
blades.pdf 24 MB
blood.pdf 24 MB
dollars.pdf 24 MB
drugs.pdf 24 MB
red_royals.pdf 24 MB

Corporeal Dex

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Corporeal Deck I

52 Cards across 4 suits with 2 Jokers


Instead of contracting a dedicated card-production factory to knock out thousands of identical decks, I decided to invest in the necessary equipment and make these by hand, instead. I've never sold these: this is the first run. 


Each card is printed on custom, hand-cut 140lb linen cardstock with hand-rounded corners. They're made opaque by a layer of acrylic, particulated carbon, and a drop of my blood. Each side features maximum resolution, full-color digital prints of the illustrations. Lastly, they're coated with a finisher which is applied by airbrush.

Each deck features one unique card, not found in any other print. A one-of-a-kind case is included, too.


Thanks for taking a peek at these! 100% of the money raised by these cards will go toward paying my gotdamn rent.

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