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That title should probably read "at freaking last". I hope to get these up more often in the next few days, knock on wood.

6: The Lovers )


7: The Chariot )


8: Strength )
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Next set! Just as a reminder, the reason I link to the original card is because I often modelled my Les Mis cards around them; so if the scene looks not-quite-right-out-of-the-book/musical, that's why. ^^ If you have any questions (the symbols, the background, etc.), feel free to ask! Anyway, here are cards 3 to 5:

3: The Empress )


4: The Emperor )


5: The Hierophant )

More soon!
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At last, my Tarot Cards! These are the first three of the set:

0: The Fool )


1: The Magician )


2: The High Priestess )

More soon!
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For assistance to dechipering the Les Miserables Tarot Cards, if my drawing leaves you confused:

All of the Les Miserables Tarot cards have two symbols at the top. The one on the left is a flower in an color symbolizing and identifying the character (i.e. Gavroche is the white flower); the other is a symbol that signifies the character (i.e. Gavroche has the elephant).

List of flowers in no particular order:

Gavroche: White
Eponine: Grey
Thenardier: Black
Valjean: Red (bold)
Javert: Blue (bold)
Fantine: Pink
Cosette: Pale Blue
Marius: Green
ABCs: Tricolor

Other characters, who lack a flower or are too minor to require one, have something plant-like instead of a flower (i.e. the vine of the Hierophant).

The symbols should be self-explanatory, or at least guessable.

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