Friday, August 28, 2015

Weekend Art Challenge 082815—Jungshan

Weekend Art Challenge
Greetings, artisans! Click through to see this weekend's art and the design requirements for your single card submission, due Monday morning. Every  submission warrants feedback, and everyone is encouraged to give feedback. You may use that feedback to revise your submission any number of times, though only the version rendered will be included in the review, if someone volunteers to render the cards.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

CCDD 082715—Captolux Kalakara, The Floating City & Weekend Getaway

Cool Card Design of the Day
8/27/2015 - Here are three top-down designs featuring some indian/far eastern steampunk art I could find. None of these designs is particularly great, nor remotely evocative of Kaladesh's likely mechanics, but it's a spark.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

CCDD 082615—Attenuate

Cool Card Design of the Day
8/26/2015 - How about half a Negate?

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Weekend Art Challenge Review 082115—Claudia Sutton

Weekend Art Challenge Review
Design a card for this art.

Tesla: Last Call for Kaladesh

Last week, we discussed possibly having Tesla set on Kaladesh, a new plane which debuted in Magic Origins. Though a majority of people seemed to be in agreement that Kaladesh was a good fit for Tesla, it wasn't near universal, and I'd like more people to chime in with their thoughts. In addition, there were some compelling counterarguments which I felt deserved more responses. For these reasons, I've decided to extend the discussion to this week as well, to give more time for more of the Artisans community to share their thoughts with us, and to gather more responses to the arguments already presented.

Note that I've disabled comments for this week's article - I'd like us to continue the discussion in the comments of last week's article, so we can keep everything in one place, and directly address people's points.

Monday, August 24, 2015

CCDD 082415—Uproot Memory

Cool Card Design of the Day
8/24/2015 - A white-blue common mill card.

The inspiration was the realization that mill decks care more about life gain than most other decks.