A downloadable asset pack

A set of 300x527px tarot cards for personal or commercial use.

The cards are scans of the original Rider-Waite Smith deck, sourced from Wikipedia and then cleaned up (slightly) and resized by me, with a small black border added. All cards are available in both JPG and PNG format. The PNG images have rounded edges but otherwise the only real difference is file size - if you're uploading into Roll20 on an Australian Internet, I'd recommend using the JPGs and then setting the image size as 180x318. I've also included a PNG of the card border just in case anyone needs it.

I have personally assessed that the original Rider-Waite Smith tarot illustrations are within the public domain according to my own country's copyright laws (Australia). Please make your own assessment for your use case and your country. I am also happy to release rights to the included cardback design under CC0 (it took about 2 minutes with the multi-brush tool, so no big loss!). In the interest of good faith please do not simply sell them as is but rather include them in games, apps or other use cases where you are adding some form of your own labour on top of mine, the scanners and the original artist. Crediting me is totally optional, but if you do, my name is Luciella Elisabeth Scarlett. Shortening to Luciella Scarlett or LuciellaES is also fine.

If you'd like to support me, please consider picking up a copy of my tarot time loop horror RPG, Cage of Sand: https://luciellaes.itch.io/cage-of-sand

Cage of Sand

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Cards-jpg.zip 3.2 MB
Cards-png.zip 20 MB
cardBorder.png 2.7 kB


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Just when I was looking for a Tarot deck for Roll20.

Thank you my guy.

You should add the license into metadata for the asset pack(s):

"Edit asset pack->Metadata->Release Info->License for assets" It will increase the size of audience that will be able to find your art


Thank you for these! Used them in a simple free API for a card reading app some friends and I are working on. Made sure to credit you as well. 



Bless you. Now I don't have to do this myself.