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Collective Art Project (CAP) Deck: Digital Art Masters (Vol.6) #1 Playing Cards

29 Aug

3DTotal_LogoDigital Art Masters is the project originally launched by 3DTotal in 2005. The main idea was to create a catalogue-tutorial dedicated to 2D and 3D artworks. It should showcase the work of some of the finest 2D and 3D artists from around the world collected during a particular year. As a result the project turned into the series of such annual catalogues.

3DTotal itself was founded in 1999 as a simple 3D resource website. Over the last decade the site has evolved into one of the premier CG art websites in the world, offering a variety of training products, an inspirational gallery, a free texture library and hundreds of free tutorials on a variety of subjects.

Digital Art Masters: Volume 6 welcomes another 50 up-and-coming and veteran artists and follows the tradition of taking readers beyond the breathtaking images with detailed breakdowns of the techniques and tricks each artist employed while creating their stunning imagery.

But 3DTotal decided to make something special for this volume of Digital Art Masters. They produced a pack of limited edition playing cards to celebrate this volume (a free addition to the volume). Playing cards have appropriate artworks from Digital Art Masters: Volume 6 on them. So the deck can be counted #1 in the series as 3DTotal went on with supplemental playing cards. Three decks have been produced (for Volume 6, 7, 8). Some of them were available for purchase separately from the books.

This article is dedicated to the deck #1 (Volume 6). The deck: 52 playing cards with different artworks + 1 Joker + 1 information card. Bridge size. Playing cards were printed on quite soft cardboard and have a glossy finish.

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There are some lines across pictures of several playing cards. Sorry. I am afraid it’s some kind of interaction between the glossy finish and my camera. There are no that lines on real playing cards.

SPADES

The Ace of Spades – © Dennis Allain

The Two of Spades – © Loic e338Zimmermann

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The Three of Spades – © Jian Xu

The Four of Spades – © Jesse van Dijk

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The Five of Spades – © Daniil Alikov 2011

The Six of Spades – © Federico Scarbini

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The Seven of Spades – © Branko Bistrovic

The Eight of Spades – © Niconoff

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The Nine of Spades – © Pierre-Etienne Travers

The Ten of Spades – © Andrei Pervukhin

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The Jack of Spades – © Piotr Tatar

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The Queen of Spades – © Rebeca Puebla

The picture of the Queen of Diamonds isn’t suitable for persons under 18 years old. If you are 18 years old or older you can see it here [password: 18]

The King of Spades – © Eric Durante 2010

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HEARTS

The Ace of Hearts – © Andrzej Sykut

The Two of Hearts – @ Marcin Jakubowski

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The Three of Hearts – © Jamshed Jurabaev

The Four of Hearts – © Marta Nael

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The Five of Hearts – © David Huang

The Six of Hearts – © Yiannis Tyropolis

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The Seven of Hearts – © Mateusz Ozminski

The Eight of Hearts – © Irvin Rodrigues

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The Nine of Hearts – © Arseniy Korablev

The Ten of Hearts – © Marek Denko

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The Jack of Hearts – © Titouan Olive 2011

The Queen of Hearts – © Andrew Hickinbottom

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The King of Hearts – © Marthin Agusta

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CLUBS

The Ace of Clubs – © Toni Bratincevic

The Two of Clubs – © Eduardo Peña / chino-rino

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The Three of Clubs – © Blaz Porenta / Siddharta

The Four of Clubs – © Rafael Grassetti – based on a concept art by Marc Brunet

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The Five of Clubs – © Aleksandar Jovanovic

The Six of Clubs – © Tomasz Jedruszek 2010

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The Seven of Clubs – © Victor Fretyán

The Eight of Clubs – © Meny Hilsenrad – Studio Aiko

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The Nine of Clubs – © Michal Lisowski

The Ten of Clubs – © Eugenio Garcia / Ivan Rojo

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The Jack of Clubs – © Facundo Diaz

The Queen of Clubs – © Serge Birault

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The King of Clubs – © Luc Bégin

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DIAMONDS

The Ace of Diamonds – © Fabricio Moraes

The Two of Diamonds – © Seung Jin Woo

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The Three of Diamonds – © Neil Maccormack

The Four of Diamonds -© Tomáš Müller

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The Five of Diamonds – © Ignacio Bazán Lazcano

The Six of Diamonds – © Ruan Jia

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The Seven of Diamonds – © Gediminas Pranchkevičius

The Eight of Diamonds – © Stefan Morrell

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The Nine of Diamonds – © David Smit

The Ten of Diamonds – © Tomasz Strzalkowski

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The Jack of Diamonds – © Jose Alves da Silva

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The Queen of Diamonds – © Reynan Sanchez

The picture of the Queen of Diamonds isn’t suitable for persons under 18 years old. If you are 18 years old or older you can see it here [password: 18]

The King of Diamonds – © SEILER 2010

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Joker – ?

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* Deck #2 (Volume 7) and deck #3 (Volume 8) were printed on solid cardboard and have poker size. You can try contact 3DTotal about deck #1 and deck #3.

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See other Collective Art Project (CAP) Decks (Category: “Collective Art Project (CAP) Deck”).

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