Wednesday, March 29, 2017

CCDD 032917—Bloodpact

Cool Card Design of the Day
3/29/2017 - Here's a keyword for suicide black and dead guy red. These colors care more about hurting their enemy than themselves, so they're happy to pay a few life to make their creatures more aggressive.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Designing Duel Decks

Hey folks. I'm pleased to announce a new guest columnist for Goblin Artisans. Please welcome Jake Mosby. This article was originally posted to MTG Salvation.—Jay Treat

Introduction
There are countless formats and ways to play Magic: The Gathering, and there are just as many different ways to participate in amateur/custom Magic design. Some people enjoy designing single cards. Some people enjoy participating in design challenges. Many embark on the journey of creating an entire custom set. But strangely, few custom designers focus their energy on creating one of the best tools to develop design skills: the Duel Deck.


Monday, March 27, 2017

CCDD 032717—Barter in Bone

Cool Card Design of the Day
1/25/2017 - I'm postponing the Weekend Art Challenge Review a day because I'm sick and my brain not work good. Here's something I made when it did.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Weekend Art Challenge 032417—Aaron Miller

Click through to see the illustration and design requirements for your single  card submission, due Monday morning. Every submission warrants feedback, which you may use to revise your submission any number of times. I will aim to review the most recent submission from each designer.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

CCDD 032317—Sorting Hat

Cool Card Design of the Day
3/23/2017 - Top-down Jenny strangeness.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

CCDD 032217—Sylvan Preserver

Cool Card Design of the Day
3/22/2017 - Here's a green creature that helps you combat countermagic.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

CCDD 032117—Carrion Screecher & Singing Sister

Cool Card Design of the Day
3/21/2017 - The harpy challenge earlier this month got me thinking about harpy tribal, for some reason. When I think of harpies, I imagine them in a small flock, attracted to dying victims.