The Owl-Woman Oracle deck Kickstarter campaign ended earlier this week, and I’m very happy to announce that, not only was it fully funded, we actually exceeded the funding goal enough to add both gilded edges to the cards and a small booklet explaining the cards’ meanings!
It will be about two weeks until the funds transfer, and when that happens, the OWO deck will be going to print! I’m so excited about this project and grateful for everyone’s interest!
I’m very excited to announce that today I launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a print run of the Owl-Woman Oracle Deck!
The deck is comprised of the 22 major arcana cards I created for the Owl-Woman Oracle fortune teller game. My goal in designing this deck was to create an unabashedly feminine tarot. Those familiar with the traditional tarot will notice that typically “masculine” cards, such as the Emperor and the Hierophant, instead feature female figures like the Matriarch and the Abbess. I wanted to demonstrate how the archetypal meanings of these cards are not limited to any one gender expression. I also wanted to show that femininity takes on many different forms – so you’ll see a variety of body types, skin tones, and ages featured in the card art.
I’m very proud of this little deck I pulled together, and I hope you’ll consider supporting it! Pledging $30 or more will get you a copy of the deck (shipping anywhere!), but every little bit helps! Check out the Owl-Woman Oracle deck campaign on Kickstarter!
I’m extremely excited to announce that the fortune teller game I’ve been working on for the past two years is finally out in the world! Check it out here on Itch.io
It’s pay-what-you-want for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android 🙂
I recently implemented a gallery in Owl-Woman Oracle, so that players can browse all the card illustrations without having to do the randomized readings. Just lots of imagemaps…. 🙂
It’s been awhile since I posted about Owl-Woman Oracle here, but it’s still underway and on track to release by the end of the year! Today, I worked on various UI things. Above are some example of text box colors I’m trying out!
This is it! All the card illustrations for Owl-Woman Oracle are complete now! My next steps are to finish up writing the readings and plug everything into the code. Aiming to pull this all together and release by the end of the year, then I’ll look into getting physical decks printed.
I’m excited to show off the World card for Owl-Woman Oracle today. 🙂 Only one more card illustration left!