The lovers card (VI) refers to both the joy of union and how mutual love can enrich one’s life, but it can also mean conflict and a tumultous relationship.
Made in 2020.
Image description: Digital art of Chesterfield and Blutch from Les Tuniques Bleues in shades of pinks and cyans. Chesterfield and Blutch, two Union soldiers, stand in a field of grass. Chesterfield stands on the viewer's left. Behind him is a large bush. His uniform jacket is untucked and is only pulled onto his right side, so his left arm only has his rolled up white sleeve as he reaches out, palm up, towards Blutch. In his right hand, he loosely holds a gun. Blutch stands on the viewer's right, and behind him is a young sapling with gunshot holes in a few of the leaves overhead. His uniform jacket is untucked and is only pulled onto his left side, so his right arm only has his rolled up white sleeve as he reaches out, palm up, towards Chesterfield. In his left hand, he holds his uniform cap. Both of them are only wearing one boot, and they're both smiling at each other. Behind them, clouds drift through the sky, and a Montgolfier hot air balloon drifts through those clouds. END ID