I was just wondering if you could give our blog a signal boost. David has followed your blog for a long time now and thinks you provide great content, and it inspired us to start our own. We are a blog for anyone who enjoys Magic. Katherine is a brand new player, and she blogs about her new experiences with the game, while David has been playing for 10 years, and posts about tournament reports and ideas for new decks. Either way, Thankou for the great content!
Commander: Marath, Will of the wild
Skarrg, the Rage Pits
Grove of the Guardian
Temple of the False God
Ajani, Caller of he Pride
Garruk, Primal Hunter
White Sun’s Zenith
Strengh of the Tajuru
Where Ancients Tead
Curse of Predation
Wrath of God
Trostani, Selesnya’s Voice
Wall of Reverence
Avenger of Zendikar
Scion of the Wild
Vorniclex, Voice of Hunger
Here’s a borderless card painted on commission. Like it?
You can have any of your favorite cards painted, too! I’m painting custom borderless cards for only $14.00 until the end of January. Check out the details here!
OPEN FOR COMMISSIONS!
Okay, so the holidays are over and money’s kind of tight right now. I wasn’t sure if any of my followers knew this, but I do custom hand-painted alterations to Magic: the Gathering cards. I’m always open for commissions, but I’ve decided to do a sale all throughout the month of January. In honor of the new year, all borderless alters are $14.00 until the January 31st, including free shipping!
Some examples of my work are pictured above, but you can see more by checking out my website here. I do a lot more than just borderless cards, including extending the art to cover the full card, or replacing the card’s art with original material. Borderless cards are by far the most popular thing that players want me to make, since they make one’s deck really pop, while still being legal to use during tournaments.
Here’s how it works:
1. Send me a message, either here on Tumblr, or preferably through my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Let me know what card you would like me to paint for you.
2. You have the option of sending me the card through the mail, or include the cost of whatever card you would like in with the $14 painting fee. I use PayPal for everything.
3. I mail the finished card back to you! Turnaround time for me is approximately one week. I ship them out wrapped in plastic and sealed in hard plastic sleeves, to make sure nothing is bent or otherwise damaged during transport. And then you’ll have your very own tiny painting!
Remember, borderless cards are what’s on sale right now, but if you would like something a little different for your cards, you can refer to this list here. I’ll be happy to work out a deal with you.
Dear followers, could you reblog this for me and spread it around? I could really use your help. Even if you don’t play the game yourself, other followers of yours might. I need every bit of help I can get to get the word out!
Happy New Year, everybody!