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Queen of Cups Cross Stitch by RaNuit Queen of Cups Cross Stitch by RaNuit
Original Artwork is copyright of Amy K. Brown, and is used by Artists Alley with complete and full Contracted permission...
Tarot: The Queen of Cups

I am a professional designer of cross stitch patterns and all work I use is copyrighted not only by the original artist but the design is copyright of my company. If you wish a pattern, they can be purchased, just drop me a line and I would be more then happy to help you out.
This work uses materials created by individual companies like DMC, Wichelt, Kreinik and other wonderful companies that make amazing fabrics and threads in which I use to create these wonderful time intensive peices.

Hope you like!!
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alma-lunar Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2006
wow great!! =D
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
based on A.K.Brown.. its great cause the art was great...grins... thanks for liking it.. i have two others that match that blue tone look, high preistess and one i have not stitched yet called the chariot.... grins.. I can't wait to get them all done lol
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blssdpoet Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2005
you are so very talented :D
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2005  Professional Artisan Crafter
smiles.. thank you, but I only designed the stitching pattern to it, the original artist deserves the credit, amy is amazing with her work...
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WrensHollow Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2006  Professional General Artist
Well thank you Angela - that's sweet of you to say! This has always been one of my favorite pieces, and I was really happy with what you did with her. :)
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
nods, i was too hun, I just wish more people would move into the fantasy/ spiritual side of things....
and what the heck happened to the grey background of deviants site... I'm white... perks a brow...

I still have plans to do the others you have in your tarot art... grins, that griffon is calling my name hehehe
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WrensHollow Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2006  Professional General Artist
I'm actually working on an entirely new set of tarot cards at the moment - I'm just trying to clear out my commission queue first so I can devote time directly to them. I'll likely post them here and on my main studio site first, since gods know it can take forever to see anything posted to my Epilogue or Elfwood galleries.
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
epilogue won't accept any of my art, i've submitted more then once and they keep telling me that it isn't good ( in thier many various ways of saying tha ) shrugs...gave up on them

yes indeed you have been doing many commissions and that makes me so happy to hear, you are a great artist hun and I am so proud to know you... and now I can't wait to see the new tarot, I remember you talking about them for the longest time now but never having the time to do them hehe
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WrensHollow Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006  Professional General Artist
That is so sweet of you to say - thank you! :hug:

Yes, Epilogue has certainly changed from when I first joined back in 2001 (mine is gallery 81 if that tells you anything). It used to be that I looked forward to posting new work there, and took pride in the community. I very rarely saw works rejected, yet even still I self-policed my own gallery to keep up with their ever changing quality controls. But the site has changed so much since then, the judging standards have become very arbitrary and subjective at times, and the continual delays in reviews and the frequent technical difficulties with the site itself have really curbed a lot of people's enthusiasm for it. I've gotten to the point now where if I post something for addition to my gallery, I fully expect it's going to be rejected now, usually for "Needs Minor Touch-Ups". They won't tell you what they think needs to be "touched-up", they just expect you to figure it out. Now if I get an image approved, it's a nice surprise, but I don't really care as much - especially not when I have other places to post with more immediate and constructive results.
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RaNuit Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
definatly ... i found deviant, and well its become home for my art since i have no other sites to put my art on. I was thinking of adding to the artists alley one but then... I realized if i ever came to have another designer, i would not beable to keep my art there... I lucked out though, my boyfriend bought me the prints account here, and my best friend whom i call sis, bought me a one year subscript... and i tell you it has made a dfference hehe

and I figured out how to add you to the shout board and i'm in the process now of doing all the script changes in the deviations, so you know.
I was wondering Amy, could you tell me, one artist to another I mean, friendship aside and all that... My art, am I wasting my time with it... I've been pulling this dilemma in my head these days... when I'm painting I never stitch, and when I stitch I never do anything else but stitch, but I never know if my painting is worth it other then to get it out of my head. Maybe its a rambled load of nonsense, but at times I wonder why i bothered picking my brush back up.. smiles
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