I'm the designer of Gaia, a truly free & open source customizable card game. I have original art, all legal IP, copyrights et.c. in place and am closing in on playtesting. There is still room for people that want to become co-developers/designers. Game is currently heavy MtG inspired with the primary goal being community owned and legal, but it may develop into other direction over time. Mission is to create a truly free CCG, legit, with a nice ruleset and good looks. I've been at this for quite a while and finance the whole thing, so only thing required of you is smarts and will It's a long term project.
Contact me and book a voice meeting on Discord for example if you want to become part of the team, would be nice with a partner to bounce ideas and do card designs and rule dev. Me on Discord -> snowdrop#6183 ...else mail at firstname.lastname@example.org will work.
Random images of the game below (wip, nothing final currently, nevermind the text...).
snowdrop I am working on my own card game so I won't be reaching out to you in the way you outlined. However I can point out three things from this site, one of which is that at the moment your cards are set up for left handed players, as when right handed player fans their hand they generally will want all the important info on the left. Also if you exhaust your cards to the right you should have your attack stat, which I assume is your red stat, on the left as most card games put the attack stat on the left. The last is information that has rules attached to it such as "unit" should be separate in the type line from ones that are only addressed by cards such as(presumably)"elf" mtg uses a “–“ but a dot can also work.
Hopefully I wasn't a pest with this.
Just out of curiosity what program are you using? Is it “Component Studio”, “Card Creator” or something else?
cladusicahn , looks like everything is actually in line. The Wesnoth project only accepts art with a CC BY-SA 4.0 while some older contributions are under the gnu license. As such in both cases this use of the art is legal and since it is open source seems in line with the Wesnoth project. These are the exact agreements the art in Wesnoth is under creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ and opensource.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.php. While they do have art credit I am not a fan of the fact that they do not have the credit on the cards themselves. Also not only do the people working on the Wesnoth project know about this project they also use some of the art created for this project.