Tarot of the Hidden Realm (Llewellyn, 2013).
In this version of the Eight of Pentacles, we see a golden-haired, golden-skinned man looking down somewhat imperiously at the pentacle between the forks of his metalworking tongs. Flames leap up in front of him, and golden disks are arrayed behind him, connected by ribbon-like strips of gold.
To be honest, at first glance I thought he could be the Six of Wands, crowned with a glowing halo of success. Still, I think that's just to do with the angle and his golden glow. He's also great as the extremely hard-working Eight of Pentacles, slaving away in the heat of the smithy, creating and perfecting his work. When he's finished, maybe he will become the Six of Wands...
This card reminds me that I have a lot to get on with today. Having been away for the weekend, with both limited time and a dodgy internet connection, I've done nothing for several days! However, it'll start with some internet catch-up, then I've a parent/teacher meeting at Big Boy's school, then back home for more work, and to the doctor's to try to get Big Boy a referral to a specialist for his increasingly bad allergies. He had an awful attack on Friday at my uncle's, due to a couple of dogs :(
I am grateful for variety in the stuff I need to get done.