The award-winning Ghosts and Spirits Tarot is now available as a stunning iPhone/iPad application!
* Intuitive, elegant interface is easy for beginners and experts
* Gorgeous full screen, high-resolution card images
* Full support for all iOS devices, including the iPhone 5, iPad mini and iPad with retina display
* Each card comes with a synopsis of the ghost story and divinatory meaning
* Bonus material, including fully realized art, sketches and text
* Sophisticated journal
* 12 spreads built-in
* Design your own layout with Free Form
* Allow reversed cards or not
* Option to use Major Arcana only
* Zoom in to enlarge card details
* Share reading via Facebook (requires iOS 6), email and Twitter
* Animated shuffle & cut
* Optional voice prompts
* Customize with your own card meanings & reading cloths
* Many adjustable settings
Here are some photos of the application in use on an iPad mini
To purchase your app, Visit the Apple Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/ghosts-spirits-tarot/id668018343?mt=8
Don’t forget to like and share Ghosts & Spirits Tarot on Facebook. I will be having periodic giveaways of my decks and art in between card-of-the-day posts, sketches, drawings and other ghostly goodies.
In other news:
In between creating paintings for Winged Enchantment Oracle, I’ve been enjoying working on my Lisa Hunt Art cottage business where I sell my custom art, paintings, drawings, prints, tarot decks and books. My favorite part – wrapping orders up like they are special presents! I began selling my work online in 2009 and have learned so much along the way. I’m very thankful to all of my amazing customers who have helped keep the studio light on! You can see some of the original art offerings including gift sets by joining the Lisa Hunt Art group page on Facebook.
…and when not in the studio…
It has been almost a year since I commenced my Jazz theory/improvisation studies and all I can say is WOW! There is a huge difference between reading music in a book and playing from lead sheets. I’m still transitioning from what I thought I knew about playing piano to realizing that I have barely scratched the surface.
I am finishing up the “first semester of four books” and am now reviewing it with mastership in mind. My teacher is finally talking about my eligibility for book two—a proposition that is huge for me! I have no idea what is ahead but I don’t doubt it will help satiate the need to expand my musical repertoire. Like with any challenging endeavor that requires practice and discipline, learning involves patience, determination and a belief that one can overcome difficulties during the process. I don’t think I’m musically inclined, but I love music and I love to learn. Therefore, in this case, passion trumps natural abilities.
I remember feeling the same way about painting in watercolors back in my early 20s before getting published. I remember feeling that way while studying for my Masters degree in my mid 30s. I remember feeling that way about Tae-Kwon-Do in my late 30s before earning my black belt. “Y’know It don’t come easy!” I don’t intend to give up my Jazz piano studies–I possess hobbyist resolve! Life is one big learning adventure after another if you choose it to be!
How do you connect with your creative/intellectual spirit? Have you thought about pursuing something you’ve always wanted to learn? If you have never picked up a paintbrush, an instrument, or anything that requires a walk out of one’s comfort zone, it’s never too late! I know because I never allow myself to languish in easy.