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Animals Within, Spirit Animals

Wed Dec 17, 2014, 5:34 PM
71-img-00 by techgnotic

There has always been this obsession with the others we share this planet with.

We communicate with them on certain basic levels and yet they inhabit a plane so different from ours: savage, instinctive, a life of sheer survival. At the same time they can do things beyond human abilities: fly through the skies, swim the oceans, apply the physical strength of a dozen strong men. They survive and thrive where we would perish. Yet animals cannot tell tales of their experiences. When we speak of an animal, even our beloved pets and friends, we can only imagine their emotions, thoughts, and inner lives.

Is it then any surprise that from cave paintings to cereal mascots—animals and art are inseparable?

From the beginning of recorded time, animals have been immortalized in pottery, statues, been worshipped as gods, and had fables and myths created in their image. Seventeen thousand years ago, in a cave shielded from the sun, a Cro–Magnon artist raised her bundle of split reeds, dipped them into charred black soot, and began illustrating an opus of animal life: stags, cats, bears, birds. Five thousand years ago, Egyptians integrated animal features into creation myths, and used them as hieroglyphs, adapting the recognizable forms of vultures, bulls, cobras and lions (among others) into a communication system.

Today, in every culture across the globe, animals serve as mascots for sports teams and cereals. We have Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam. Anthropomorphized animals star in movies and comics. My Little Pony has amassed groups of Bronies. Animal cosplay is mainstreaming into mass culture. It all still begins with a child given that first crayon who immediately begins to sketch the familiar forms of cat and dog.

Animals are intrinsic to creativity and art—but why are they so satisfying to observe, mimic, and draw? What is the power they maintain over us to the extent that so many feel an actual spiritual connection with a particular species of their own extended family—cats, dogs, wolves, dolphins, raptors? While so many feel this connection, artists seem particularly sensitive to the presence of their animal spirit kindred and guides.

Why are artists so drawn to animals?

Visually, animals are beautiful and compelling subjects.

Animals are an efficient subject. Identifying characteristics can be drawn and recognized easily— cat eyes, elephant tails, butterfly wings, bunny ears: all unique visual traits. Powerful physical capabilities lend themselves to artistic expressions of motion. The long fluid moves of a deer, expressively captured with a few expert lines. Quick brushstrokes sketch a hyperactive monkey. Heavy pen lines suggest the static power of a stoic elephant. Physical similarities help artists develop a quick visual shorthand for a specific species—but unlike humans, animals that look alike often behave similarly. While anyone who’s ever lived with a pet knows animals have individual personalities, it’s not over–simplifying to state that each type of animal has its own range of specific behaviors and attitudes. It’s this species–by–species predictability that draw individuals to become fond of a particular animal. Just as an artist may prefer certain subjects or materials, so do artists become fascinated with the idiosyncrasies of a species.

Emotionally, animals express primal urges and desires.

Animal personalities are predictable. Tigers are fierce, squirrels are nervous, sharks are stealthy, hippos are lazy. Compared to the complexity of human behavior, animals are simpler beings. They behave according to instinct, not reason. As such, they serve artists well as ciphers for emotion. It’s not just art that allows us to connect spiritually with animals. It’s easy to observe, in ourselves and others, subconscious similarities between personal behaviors and the characteristics of a favorite animal. We’ll call a clever person a fox, or a stubborn child a donkey. A sweet guy is a puppy dog. A sexy lady is a minx. An angry, stubborn man is a bull. Animals serve as elements of our visual and written language.

Humans explore our own instincts through animal art.

Using animals in art, we recognize the most beautiful and terrifying parts of ourselves—our instincts. Society and language are important for humans, but when we feel urges or emotions beyond what is widely accepted or understood, both of these creations fail us.

When we talk about “spirit animals,” it can be in a magical sense, the idea that an essence we can’t see is guiding us through our lives. Or it can be an affinity for a species we find our instincts connecting with. Perhaps we have a fondness for the way they move, finding them fun to draw. Maybe we can imagine the world through their eyes, running, flying or swimming at top speed. But perhaps we see something more than the animal. We see ourselves.

Animals provide a bridge between the alien and familiar, allowing humans to recognize ourselves in strange forms. We can represent our fears and our desires expressed without reserve. Through animal eyes, we can acknowledge the oddness and the fallibility of humanity. Featuring animals in art, we can interpret many spiritual aspects: the primal and the innocent, the beautiful and mysterious. As long as we share a planet, artists will look to our Earth companions for inspiration and understanding of ourselves.

Community Thoughts

I personally have been drawn to animals my whole life and my earliest pictures were always of wildlife. I think artists see the world through different eyes than most and the things that fascinate us speak to us on a deeper level. Animals are an enigma, they have intelligence and their own means of communication and yet we can only hope to understand and be a part of their world. If you've seen my gallery you know I clearly have a fondness for big cats, I find everything about them to be beautiful and awe inspiring. My art is a way for me to get close to these animals in the only way possible, I’ll never be a zoo keeper (because I know myself and I wouldn’t be able to respect the boundaries they do and I’d get eaten—that’s a fact) and I’ll never own one because it goes against everything in their nature to held in captivity as a pet. It can be a very intimate experience to draw an animal in detail and it makes me feel close to them and privileged to show a side of them that others may not see. Any great animal art in my opinion has to come from a deep love and respect for the subject first and foremost by the artist, and what follows is their tribute.”

:iconheatherzart: Heatherzart

I think people gravitate toward depicting animals in art because they are simply aesthetically stunning to look at. Humans are very visual beings and we have always enjoyed striking colors, beautiful patterns, flowing lines and powerful forms. All animals have something which can be appreciated. Like for example dramatic plumage, or the intricate silver and black patchwork that is the coat of a snow leopard. To capture that on canvas is something many artists find alluring.”

:iconailah: ailah

Your Thoughts

  1. What animal do you find yourself drawn to in your art? What about this subject is so ennobling that you would seek to emulate?
  2. What personal qualities do you possess that drive you to feel a shared connection with a particular animal?
  3. Do you have vivid dreams in which you become, or run with, your “spirit animal”?
  4. Over time, how has your understanding of this animal evolved? Has your perception of the creature changed?
  5. What are some challenges you’ve experienced in terms of drawing animals, and how have you solved them?
  6. How does drawing an animal compare to drawing a human?
  7. Who are your favorite animal-focused artists in the DeviantArt community?

I am give away 800 points for free 
How can you get them? Here are the rules:

1. You need to be my watcher.
2. You need to fave this journal (You'll get a number, which I will use to determine the winner, via )
3. Make a journal advertising the giveaway

That's all!!

The deadline for this giveaway is 12-24-2014 10:00am America/Mexico.

Join and win!

Take a look to our galleries!!

New Age of Dignity by Nao-DignityRita Repulsa And Lord Zedd Cosplay by Nao-DignityHTTYD 2 Cosplay by Nao-DignityEren Jaeger and Annie Leonhardt Cosplay by Nao-Dignity

Paul Tobin's Scavenger Hunt Part 2

Wed Dec 17, 2014, 5:33 PM
72-img-00 by techgnotic

Avatar & Narnia: Inspirational Tutorials

Masterful Resources on DeviantArt


PaulTobin is a conceptual designer, illustrator and graphic designer who has worked at Weta Workshop of New Zealand since 2003.

He has worked on films such as Andrew Adamson’s The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, Peter Jackson’s King Kong and James Cameron’s Avatar and most recently The Hobbit.

A master illustrator who has had gallery showings of his own original fantasy and sci–fi art, he has become a spokesman and advocate for other New Zealand fantasy and sci–fi artists. White Cloud Worlds was the 2010 “coffee table” anthology edited by Paul featuring the works of 27 of his amazing fellow NZ fantasy artists.

Paul has recently been the subject of a series of DeviantArt tutorial videos in which he outlines his work as a conceptual designer in film production and describes his methods at Weta Workshop for developing the best original concepts for the prehistoric or alien inhabitants of other worlds of the artist’s imagination. These tutorials should prove an invaluable resource for deviants interested in pursuing careers as studio graphic designers and illustrators in fantasy films.

Read the full interview

Paul Tobin There and Back Again

White Cloud Worlds Volumes 1 & 2

With forewords and introductions from Guillermo Del Toro, Richard Taylor, Iain Craig and Wayne Barlow, these two lavish volumes represent the finest fantasy artwork from New Zealand.

Paul Tobin has graciously given us 20 copies of his books for a DeviantArt competition.

What you need to do

All you need to do for a chance to grab one of his books is to post in the comments below a link to a piece of art from the community that you think might inspire Paul for his own personal upcoming project about the lost city of Atlantis. Paul will then select 10 of the pieces and the deviant posting the piece will get a copy of one of the books as well as the deviant who produced the piece.

Paul will select his favorites on December 31st and we’ll post a wrap–up shortly after.

View the rest here

Paul Tobin's Scavenger Hunt Series

Leave your selections for Paul in the comments below

dogebooty's art contest

Wed Dec 17, 2014, 3:52 PM
yes yes it's finally happening

I've been wanting to do one of these for a while so here it goes.

This is basically one of those "DRAW MY OC CONTEST" but I didn't want a lame title haha


Rico the Cloud Dog [Reference Sheet] by dogebutt
you guys will be drawing rico (psst he's right above this line of text);; that's all you need to do to join lmao

-NO traced work or bases
-you may draw him any way you wish in any form of art (digital, traditional, pixel, etc.) except writing
-you can make more than one entry
-you may humanize him/draw him anthro
-you can draw him in whatever mood/pose you like
-quality over quantity

1st place: 2000 :points:
painting by hawaiian-sandwiches
painterly by snuffnut
animated fullbody pixel by CeilingFan 
cell shaded drawing by Alyxosaurus
sai drawing by muziical

2nd place: 1000 :points:
pixel icon by hawaiian-sandwiches
painterly by snuffnut
chibi by Alyxosaurus
photoshop drawing by muziical

3rd place: 500 :points:
painterly by snuffnut
chibi by Alyxosaurus

if you want to contribute a prize tell me! ( iwould be forever grateful omg) :'D


i might extend if needed be

please favorite add this to your favorites so other people can join!!! +fav

any advertising of this contest would be greatly appreciated!! 



Faelidh MYO Contest!

Journal Entry: Wed Dec 17, 2014, 11:05 AM

It's happening! I wanted to throw this back in the last week of November but decided it'd be best to wait until after finals haha

DEADLINE January 15th 2015 at 11:59 PM EST


Please read and follow all rules. Any entry submitted that does not follow the rules will not be counted unless changes are made to the entry.

-No queens. 
-Only common traits allowed* (with an exception, read below)
-You must be a member of the Faelidh group to win. It takes seconds to join!
-Please no outfits or clothing. Scarves and small accessories are fine however. 
-Faelidh must have their tail wrappings! You don't want them to be publicly shamed, do you?
-Entries must be uploaded to your gallery. and other image sites are not accepted.
-No guilting, attacking others, or putting yourself down please! Let's make this a fun event!

Submit your entry to the group folder below!

Group folder is HERE

FAQ+ Resources:

Are Artisans and Travelers allowed?
Yes! Both breeds are allowed for this event. Only Queens are restricted.

How do I add uncommon or rare traits onto my MYO Faelidh?
-Sharing the event via journal or deviation will allow you to add 1 uncommon trait to your Faelidh!
-If you are able to get 3 people to join this event, then you have the option to include ONE rare trait to one Faelidh entry.

If you make a journal, please link me below and I will add you to the list of accepted uncommon trait users! If you manage to get 3 other people to join, have those people say so in the comments and I will add you to the rare trait users!

Why cant I give my Faelidh an outfit?
A Faelidh's status is based on what they wear! The more accessories the have or if they have a outfit means they are very skilled at what they do, and have a high place in Faelidh society. Accessories and outfits will be used as a reward for completing future event prompts in the group with your Faelidh. However small accessories like some flowers or a scarf or some earrings are ok! (And of course the mandatory tail cloths!)

How many times can I enter?
You can enter as many times as you'd like!

If I'm not picked, how much will it cost to make my Faelidh Official?
Faelidh with all common traits will cost $15 or 1500 :points:
Faelidh with an uncommon trait will cost $20 or 1800 :points:
Faelidh with a rare trait will cost $25 or 2500 :points:

How many winners will there be?
Undecided! It will depend on how many entries there are and will correspond accordingly. Less entries means less winners, more entries mean more winners, etcetc. I don't have a set number for winners.

What if I include a backstory/job with my Faelidh?
It would definitely be nice to see! It is not required however.

Resources+ Info

Current Faelidh Designs
Faelidh Trait Sheet by Verlidaine  Get to Know Faelidh
An example of a treetop woven nest community.

The Basics
Faelidh (pronounced: 'fay-lee')
Faelidh are teeny little creatures that are responsible for the upkeep and care of the world! There are two breeds-Artisans and Travelers. Artisans, the non winged ones, are responsible for creating anything the world may need, whether its dyes for changing leaves, a new winter fur coat for animals, crafting the morning dew, or creating snowflakes-they do it all! Travelers, the winged ones, are responsible for bringing the work that the Artisans have done and putting it into the world. A group of Faelidh is called a 'caravan'. Each caravan contains anywhere from 20-50 members, although outliers in either direction have been known to happen.At the top of a caravan reigns a Queen-much like a beehive! She is responsible for ensuring that the work goes smoothly within the community and no problems arise.Faelidh commonly range in size fr
  Faelidh Q+Aedit: check out some of the replies down below!! :3c feel free to keep asking too! 
i plan on releasing some more Faelidh information soon, but before I do I'd like to hear any questions you guys might have about the species and their world! Anything about the caravans, their world, social structure, culture, etcetc-shoot them at me! 
I've been worldbuilding for them in my spare time but I feel like this could really help push them further with your help!! nvn I'd love to hear and answer and this'll help me a lot when I compile another information sheet for these guys! 
Some Basics:


If you have any more questions please ask here!

Accepted UNCOMMON Trait Users

Accepted RARE Trait Users

Number of Users Referred
Eraili 1
Zieu 1
mute-owl 1
Azzly 1
sablepuss 1
CAPSed 1
Shinkei-Shinto 1

Art Status

Request, and collabs: Closed
Trades: Closed
Commissions: Closed

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copyrighted 2006 - 2014 Verlidaine
All rights reserved.

All the materials contained in my deviantART gallery may not
be reproduced, copied, tubed, edited, published, transmitted
or uploaded in any way without my written permission.
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Spots fascinate the human mind. It’s as if we’re born “knowing” on some molecular level that we’re not really “solid” but an electronically glued together quivering system of particles. Aristotle surmised as much by simply walking on the beach and lifting up a handful of that solid beach, only to have the countless grains of sand flow through his fingers.

Spots arranged in patterns represent order—and order creates life. Spots and circles are arranged by the artist or craftsman. The eye is fascinated. The mind is pleased.

ProjectPorkchop Vol394

Wed Dec 17, 2014, 4:28 PM

ProjectPorkchop is all about bringing more exposure to the many talented yet under appreciated artists going unseen on deviantART daily. The artists chosen truly deserve more attention based on low counts of favorites, comments, and watchers, added to their incredible artistic talent.


Mitch is a professional digital artist from Australia. For the past 10 years, he has been a loyal watcher of DeviantART and recently decided to open an account to showcase his brilliant portfolio. His work is characterized by a hyper-realistic drawing style combined with intense, bold color choices. He has a passion for fan art and his subjects are quite varied. Please stop by his page and give him a warm welcome to the community!

Darkwing Duck by MitchMuellerDarkWarrior Duck by MitchMueller
Anti-Air Defense Shield by MitchMuellerGizmoDuck by MitchMueller

Suggested by Waystone 
see more..


Daniel is a 2-D digital artist from Australia. He currently works at MegaFist Games on Realm LCG and is also a 2D Artist for Meteorite Games. Through his extensive gallery, we get an inside look at how he develops his characters and their elements. His paintings are vivid, bright and beautifully shaded. If you enjoy fantasy and gaming, this artist is definitely for you!

Character Design - Blacksmith by WaystoneSamus Aran by Waystone
Beermancer Josys by WaystoneCrystal Angel - Personal Work by Waystone

see more..


Derrick is a director, screenwriter, and the co-founder of Fantoma Films in San Francisco California. He is also a traditional artist who creates beautiful and provacative acryllic paintings. The surreal nature of his works will certainly draw you in for a closer look, and you will find that they are quite humorous and a bit dark as well. Derrick is very accomplished and absolutely deserves a broader audience for his work!

DARK BLUE EYES by FrankblanketCOUNTING CATS by Frankblanket

see more..


Jacques is a professional digital artist from the US. He best describes himself as an artist when he says: "I learned to take broken things, chaos and madness and bring them together. Let them set and stir like a bad day and allow things to come from it." His works are dark and thought provoking and stir many emotions within the viewer. His gallery is most definitely worth a look!

Motherdeath by Jacquesofalltradescondessions by Jacquesofalltrades
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see more..


Tom is a professional digital artist from the US. He specializes in Industrial Design and is also a concept and comic artist. His works have a wonderful mood to them and great sense of atmosphere. What is also attractive about his painting style is the way he creates texture with his brushstrokes. He really captures those fine details that make his work so exquisite. You will definitely want to add this artist to your watch list!

Manchild Monster Tom Frobish by Tomahawk-MonkeySorcha Potrait Finished by Tomahawk-Monkey
2020 Personal Plane by Tomahawk-MonkeyVeggie Golem by Tomahawk-Monkey

see more..

If you enjoyed this article please be sure to :+fav: it, as this helps these artists get even more exposure.

If you would like to suggest someone for a future ProjectPorkchop article please send a note to our group:


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