Drawing Scratch Playing Cards

10.00 usd

Deck of cards by JL Magic ($10.00)

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Drawing Scratch Playing Cards - magic

This is the third deck from JL Magic. The inspiration for this deck is the artistic technique in which a white paper is painted with colored chalks and then all is covered with black paint, and after that, "scratching" the black paint with a sharp object revealing drawings and pictures of bright colors.

The deck is printed by USPCC.

 
 

Customer reviews for Drawing Scratch Playing Cards

BoardGameGeek Reviewer EndersGame

SUMMARY: A colourful and fun deck

If you like colours, then you'll love playing around with the Drawing Scratch deck. This colourful deck, produced by JL Magic, brings us back to the days of playful kindergarten art. We've all done this in our childhood, surely: use coloured chalks on white paper, then cover it with black, and scratch off the black with a sharp object to make a new drawing in bright colours. The result is a colourful and rough look, that on these cards appears just like the authentic `scratching' of scratch art would.

Each suit also has its own colour, to ensure that they are easily distinguished, and also colourful. The court cards have a stylish design based around the shape of the pip, while the signature Ace of Spades card includes details about the name of the deck and its origin. The card backs feature a rainbow pattern of scratched pips, while the Jokers are also very colourful. The cards look as if they have artwork taken straight from a chalk board, or from a classroom!

This deck was printed by USPCC, maker of the Bicycle brand cards, in a quality finish, and is the perfect example of something colourful and playful. The end product is a good all-purpose deck, because the colourful card backs look beautiful whether used for cardistry or for a game of cards. This makes the Drawing Scratch suitable for a variety of occasions - even if you're no longer in kindergarten!

- BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame