A big hello to all members of Omar-Nation, this is Pikkdogs here today with a different kind of article. Today we won’t be talking about SP decks, Lost World, or Gengar. Today we will be talking about an overlooked part of the card game, card art.
There have been a surge in the amount of Pokemon TCG information in the past year or so. If you want to read or listen to information about the game, just turn on your PC and you will hear all about the latest tips and tricks to win card games. But, one aspect of the game that has been overlooked by these new websites is collecting. There are a lot of people who only participate in this game to collect em all, so its nice to connect with these people at times. While Pokemon players mostly care about the playability of cards, Pokemon collectors look at card art. So thats why I thought it would be nice to have an article on Pokemon Card Art.
Everyone looks at the art on the cards when we open them, but most of us don’t give the pictures a second look. Art in the Base Set days was fairly simple. There would be a simple depiction of a Pokemon just standing around against a mono-chromatic background. Today card art is more complicated with a lot of different backgrounds and situations. The art today is varied and sophisticated, enough so that I think that it should be looked at more closely.
So that’s why we are here today. I am not an art person, I can’t judge or appraise art, so I will not be ranking any art today. Instead, I will give several cards awards in different categories, Oscar style. The only rules of this contest is that to be considered for an award, a card must have be in the current modified format. So without any further wait lets get to the Art Awards.
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