WorldTree Tarot review by Solandia
The WorldTree Tarot began as an exercise by the artist, Ann Cass, in learning graphics software. Ann chose to create a Tarot deck because of her many years of reading experience, and because seventy-eight images would give enough scope to learn the software adequately.
As you’d expect, the art of the WorldTree Tarot is computer-generated. I don’t generally like this style of 3D art - preferring detail, natural landscapes and real-looking people - and wasn’t sure if I’d engage with the cards, but I was pleasantly surprised. The card colours are deep and varied; the human figures are fluid beings without hair or clothing. The men and women are translucent, coloured in geometric patterns, contrasting with their background or reflecting it. They are muscled and healthy with distinct... read all reviews
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