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A Tribute to Robin Williams

Fri Aug 22, 2014, 10:38 AM












Editor’s Note:


Why did we delay for more than a week the publishing of this remembrance? Because to properly reflect the impact of this loss on the millions of Robin Williams fans worldwide, we wanted to be sure to capture a true sense of the torrent of love for Robin pouring in from the community in the form of heartfelt portraits and other tribute art.






We chose the “best” pieces to accompany our own prose tribute, but the “best” kept being supplanted by “better bests.” There is no end to the river of love for Robin Williams and we expect no end to the fabulous tributes artists will pay to his work.













Why Robin Williams Was Important
(You already knew he was funny.)






The official obituaries are disappointing. Descriptions of his humor rely heavily on “you had to be there.” They are unable to use words to describe the manic madness that was a Robin Williams performance in full flight (improvisational probing of the uncaged and directionless zeitgeist of the youth of the times, 1978–80).





Robin Williams’ early work—zany stand–up comic then hitting big-time with prime time network sitcom—is followed by an appreciation of his skills as a comic actor in the Hollywood studio feature films that followed, the places where most of Robin Williams’ millions of fans worldwide came to know and love him: places like The World According to Garp (1982), Moscow-on-the-Hudson (1984), Good Morning Vietnam (1987), Dead Poets Society (1989), The Fisher King (1991), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) and Good Will Hunting (1997). Robin Williams’ good–natured optimism and genuine love for humanity shined brightly on the big screen.


But to achieve such success in the movies meant disappearing the demonic anarchic spirit that animated Robin Williams’ early comedy club days—the very thing that electrified a lost and “stagflated” post-punk generation. Robin Williams in the movies was all of his wild energy minus any danger. He might have been the next Lenny Bruce, or even at least the next George Carlin, had his be-all, end-all work ethic not dictated that he accept roles in one studio picture after another, regardless of quality. His need to always be on, always pleasing people, resulted in so many of his movie roles being so insultingly far beneath the potentials of his true talents. Edgier projects never had a chance of organically evolving to emerge from his febrile imagination. He had to be constantly working instead of nurturing. It defined him.


Tragically, the same intense drive to always be working plus a ton of sudden wealth resulted in a cocaine addiction that took a serious toll on his health. He suffered through decades of rough divorces, of being on and off the rehab wagon, and a major heart surgery.


For those familiar with his career from his earliest stand–up days, this once whirling dervish’s gradual loss of comedic velocity was as painful to watch as it no doubt must have been for him to endure.  His final HBO special shows him to be just as funny as other HBO star stand-ups, the sadness being he was once pure genius, light-years ahead of the usual stuff. To see him falling back on bits of decades-old improv when new jokes died was a bit of irony the young Robin Williams would have savored and savaged.



The official chroniclers of our society tend to focus on “success” (especially financial) and how a person attained that success as the core narrative of an individual’s life. But very often a performer’s importance in influencing society lies not in being a role model over the lifetime of a successful career (e.g., the emphasis on how much money Robin Williams’ decades of movies made) but in some spark they provided to the inchoate consciousnesses of their audiences in the early days. The no-limits comedic freedom and anarchy represented by Robin Williams in his first few years on the stand-up scene may have been his lasting legacy, the TV and movies that followed reflecting a mere single facet of his talent, rather than a laboratory for honing his improvisational magic.


The word comes in that it was a Parkinson’s diagnosis that finally made Robin Williams fall to Earth. After having lived through his college roommate Christopher “Superman” Reeves’ quadriplegia and his friend John Belushi’s drug overdose death, this final cruel joke on him—this physical comedian extremis gradually losing half his language with his audience—was one cosmic irony he could finally find no humor in.


What will live on forever will be the pure unadulterated, sheer joy the mere sight of Robin Williams’ smiling face brought and will always bring to his fans. This joy is reflected back in an inundation of the deviantART website with over 5000 portraits and other “Robin-pieces” made and shared by the worldwide deviantART community of artists just since his passing. An evening at the movies with this man, even in his most formulaic “dramedies,” will always mean a psychic cleansing for the millions who love him, a receiving of this holy man’s gift of healing through laughter and his talent at transporting us to where we can indulge a return to our most childlike happiness.




But, wow, just remembering Robin Williams burning down the clubs in 1979—and imagining what could have been... Well, I guess you had to be there.




































Questions for The Reader






  1. Do you think Robin Williams could have remained a vital comedian and comic actor even as he battled Parkinson’s disease? Have you battled disease while pursuing your art?

  2. Do you think that all great artists possess hidden “darkness” of the heart or mind that adds a powerful poignancy to their work? The funnier the comic, the more intense the suppressed dark side?

  3. Are highly intelligent or very talented people better able to hide their misery from loved ones, thus making it all the harder to “read” them and help them?

  4. Do you think it’s possible for successful artists to fight the allure of the more exotic dangerous diversions, deal with chronic depression, deal with serious diseases, yet still continue to create art successfully? Is a strong community a key to avoiding these hazards?

  5. Almost every comedic interaction from Robin Williams produced an immediate sense of well–being for the audience. Are there works of visual art or literature that have this effect on you?



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Alright... 

I'm pretty sure this is going to be a rant (not that I have ever posted those before :roll:) but bear with me because I just... I got to say something about this subject. 

  • "You have a lot of talent and you waste it on drawing stupid dogs!" 
  • "Don't you understand that series is for CHILDREN? You're too old!"
  • "If you want people to take your work seriously, stop drawing stupid animals!"
  • "All you draw is cats. Can't you draw anything else? I'm so done with your unoriginal bullshit art."
  • "Wolves, wolves, wolves. All you ever draw is wolves! BORING!" 
  • "Are we ever going to see anything but shitty cartoon dogs from you?"

I'm sure all of us at some point in our artistic lives have dealt with someone who decided it was a good idea to rag on your choice of artwork subject matter. If not yet, you will... trust me. We ALL go through it. 
It's hard enough to deal with it from strangers but it's another thing when it comes from people you know. Family, friends, idols, even teachers/professors! 
The words can cut deep and a lot of the time it can leave a mark of embarrassment and shame that is hard to suppress once it's manifested. 

I'e been on the the receiving end of that particular thing so I know how it feels to be beaten, battered, and harassed for drawing certain things. No matter how fun they were at the time someone had to come along and rain on the parade; dictate what I should and shouldn't be drawing. 

However, one day I had a moment of realization -- I started drawing because I wanted to and I keep drawing because I want to. 
Who in the hell has the say so to command what I draw and how I draw it? No one but me. 

My word of advice to anyone who is suffering under the dark cloud of discouragement would be draw whatever the hell you want. It's your art and it should be your hobby. 
Unless someone is paying you to draw something the way they want it drawn they don't have a say so in how or what you draw. 
You want to draw thin, raggedy, mangy looking dogs? Do it. 
Want to draw 'Warriors' fan art? Do it. 
Draw what you want. 

I draw animals because I want to. I draw wolves and cats because I like to. I draw robots and fan art because I can. 
There's no other reason for it than that. 
When I'm drawing as a hobby I draw what I want, and that's how it should be. 

To those people who are the whiners, complainers, and all around jackasses who can't seem to understand their word isn't law (I feel like a hypocrite after saying what I just said but)... Shut. Up.
Bugger off and draw what you want if you don't like what someone else is drawing. Move on. Find things you like. If you can't then it's not something wrong with someone else, it's something wrong with you. 


That said... I'm going to go finish some work and then go to bed. 
Sorry if this was kind of snobbish and bitchy but man alive, if I don't read posts/journals about this stuff every day... it's sad. 
Leave people alone already, sheesh!
Let them draw their own thing. If you don't like it, find something you do. Don't waste time bitching about their work not being up to par with your expectations. 
Critique is one thing but being a whiny prat is another. 
Be considerate and logical. 

Thank you, 
-Kato






EDIT: Uhhh, I think a lot of people are taking this as my personally yelling at my art critics or something.
Nope.
While yes... this is a personal view and opinion on the matter and also, yes I have dealt with this kind of thing before... it's not really that personal.
Just more like a shout out if anything. 
I'm not really one to give a shit at this point. People will hate or dislike my art regardless -- you can't please everyone. So, it just boils down to the fact that unless they're paying me to draw for them (my job) what I draw on my own time is whatever I want to; stupid or ugly as it may be. 
Try not to take this as my personal address to any 'haters', haha! I wrote this after having read several journals and posts about this matter and thought to throw in my two cents.
As to how or even why this journal gained such traction is beyond me. What I wrote should be common sense, BUT... I guess in some way I'm glad others can see it in a similar way as I do. Those that don't? Well... that is their choice. 
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Hi!  Hello deviantART Hi! 

Since we made some points on this account we wanted to share some with a

Giveaway.


There will be

2 Winners

1. 100 :points:
2. 50 :points:
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How to join:

+fav  Fav this journal

You do not have to post a journal/poll about this but it gives you better chances in winning
You do not have to watch thesellers, ChaoticShan, Forumsdackel, Kariotic or R0TII in order to participate

Deadline: 6.9.2014
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Random Watchers giveaway - 150pts

Sun Aug 17, 2014, 3:44 AM
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Edit: The result is >>HERE<<


Without wasting any time, here's what you need to do.

FAV :+fav: this journal to enter into the lucky draw

That's all.

Give me a llama [OPTIONAL]: Giving me a llama won't make you a winner btw!

Deadline: Wednesday, 20th Aug 11:59PM IST

Prize: 1 Lucky winner will receive 150 DA points :points:

Good luck!

Cheers,
Sid

P.S. Please note this is only watchers giveaway.

This week's Site Update is a little different from usual in that we don't have any publicly visible changes. However, it's for a good reason. Our Devious Technology team is currently at a staff retreat! 

What's New


Devious Technology Staff Retreat


The members of our Devious Technology team are currently in Canada for a staff retreat! Because the team is remote-based, this is the first time some of our developers have met one another in person!

The team is currently hard at work on a variety of upcoming projects for the community, and being able to interact face to face makes for a new, creative environment for them to code in as a team. Stay tuned for updates about the projects they're working on! #ItsComing

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Art Book pre-orders + 300 pt lottery

Journal Entry: Thu Aug 21, 2014, 8:57 AM


About the point lottery:


To join the lottery all you have to do is +fav this journal. In 48 hours i wil use a randomizer to randomly pick a number from 1 to how many favs this journal got and the deviant who's name corresponds to that number will win 300 points :D :la:

About the Art Book:


Aaaaaaaand i am officially announcing that i opened pre-orders for my art book :D:D
The pre-order stage serves also as an order stage, it's from August 20 2014 to September 20 2014, and it's the only time you can buy my art book. It won't be available in any online store. I will keep 30-50 books to sell at Romanian conventions which are Nijikon, Comic Con and Otaku festival. So if you're romanian or intend to go to these convention then that's the only other time you can buy my art book :D
Actually this is where the idea to make an art book came from in the first place. To have something that sums up my work since i started digital art, at my stand at conventions :la: For me this art book has so much meaning because when i started digital art 4 year ago, i kind of sucked at it! And i incorporated some drawing in the art book that are as old as 2010 because they were important steps for me as an artist and i was very proud of them at the time, and i think they still hold artistic value today :D
Another important thing for me was the artists i got to know during this time, i even got to be friends with my idols, i can't even believe how that even happened! And they even agreed to have one of their works feature in my art book ;u; 
So here is a list of the amazing artists who have guest spots :iconblix-it: :iconerebun: :icondepinz: :iconvisualizemyname: :icongasara: :iconfaqy: :icontenshi-no-hikari: :icontga-tsurugi: :iconshichigoro756: :iconkahookashii: :iconsandara: :iconred-priest-usada: :iconrynisyou: :icondamaimikaz: :iconastavielze: :icontocatchad: :iconneobirdy:
I will make a series of features in the following weeks to introduce you to them individually, thoigh you probably know them already :D

Art book technical info:

-Price is $40 + Shipping (add $5 for Europe and $10 for any continent outside Europe)
-114 pages full color
-A4 size
-hard cover (awesome, i know)
-digital art, traditional art and realism sections
-be ware, the art book also contains magical fairy dust C:

HOW TO ORDER:

-send me a note with your name and address (don't forget to write the country and postal code) and i'll give you my paypal email, it's as simple as that :D
-you can also choose to have me sign it for someone else, or not for your username but your real name or another nickname :D But if you don't mention anything about it, i will sign it for your dA username. And everyone gets a signed art book :la:


Here are a few images of the art book:

Art Book Pre-orders by Yuuza

Having an art book was one of my goals, and now i can scratch it off my goal list :la:

Don't forget You can only order it until September 20th!


Peace out :iconmuahplz:

Let's start that DA's helpdesk is actually... not so helpful at all. 
My ticket more or less came back with a generic response. The so called bug is apparently already known for a for a full month and with that message my helpdesk ticket was closed :') 

As for now I've got some good stuff coming. Both articles (journals) and art. But it seems to make little sense to post them if half of the watchers doesn't even get notified (it basically feels like they fell off the face of earth), and the other half gets the notification with a 3 hour to 2 days delay. Not to mention that I stare at a blank page half of the time, because of the bugs. So I guess I have to postpone posting the really cool and awesome stuff until DA gets their shit back on track. Sorry guys T__T 

For now, a few small updates

First of all, I want to say that, among many other amazing artists, my work has been featured in the artbook of my dear friend Yuuza 
For more information on this artbook, its content, and how to obtain it.
Art Book Pre-orders by Yuuza
:star::star::star: Please check it here! :star::star::star:

Futhermore... random meme's :la:
50 random facts about me

01. I prefer writing over art, mostly for the reason because I think it's easier.
02. I've saved my drawings/writings from ever since the time that I was 6 years old.
03. As a kid, I've always wanted to be a writer when I grew up. It wasn't until I became older that I realized it was a near impossible career for a non native English person.
04. The sole reason why I started drawing, was because I wanted people to show what my characters looked like.
05. My desk is always somewhat messy. I can't be creative on a clean desk (Most bosses hate this aspect of me XD)
06. I own over 50 art related-related books. Most of them are how-to books on various subjects, like anatomy, color and environments.
07. Watching art related Youtube tutorials is one of my favorite ways to spend idle time. I don't really mind how good the artist is. There's always something to learn.
08. I started writing motivational texts in an attempt to motivate myself.
09. I have Google translate open in another tab whenever I write an English message or journal. English is not my native language and I don't fully master it yet.
10. I've made video tutorials. But I decided pretty soon it's not my thing, since I'm too shy to actually talk in English (The accent. The horrible accent. Arrrghhh!!)

11. I learned to know Yuki Kajiura's music through the anime hack//sign. And although I could never finish the anime (didn't like it that much), I've been a Yuki Kajiura fan ever since.
12. I've been playing Pokemon since the early Red/Blue games came out, and am in fact still a fan.
13. I watch a fair amount of anime, even though I never feel like making fanart for any of them.
14. I rarely make fanart, since I'm never an avid fan of anything for a long time. My liking's switch a lot of time and they usually switch fast. 
15. I see my creativity as a rather fluid thing that stems from raw emotion. No matter if I draw, design, write or code, it all comes from the same place. And in my mind it all blends together.
16. I wasn't any serious with visual art until 2010. It pretty much shows in my improvement meme. Everything prior to 2010 is the same shit all over again.
17. Most of my drawings are from a novel called Emion. It's a book I'm still writing and that's already 1000+ pages.
18. Most of my drawings take hours. I'm a terribly slow worker.
19. I actually enjoy drawing together with other people in real life. Unfortunately I don't know many people living close by that actually draw.
20. I want to be more active on Tumblr but I have a hard time figuring out how the thing actually works (and I'm usually too busy answering messages at DA. That too XD)

21. On contrary to popular belief, I was never actually awarded a Daily Deviation. Look! My DD gallery! It's completely empty! XD
22. This artwork was the one piece that got me seriously interested in digital art, and therefore holds a lot of memories for me. I still want to buy a print of it one day, if shipping costs weren't that expensive T__T
23. I never used HTML for my DeviantArt profile. Not because I don't know how to use it. But because I'm too lazy to sort everything out
24. I prefer the default DeviantArt journal skin as it's clean, and loads great in both the journal portal and on mobile. Many other skins lack that aspect (Again; too damn lazy to html one myself)
25. I have this odd fascination with statistics, that has led me to build a tool to analyse my watchers for no other reason than pure curiosity (I might publish results, if anyone is interested)
26. I've never actually done art commissions. I didn't want to do any extra work beside my full time office job. 
27. I'd like to do art commissions just once, out of pure curiosity just to see how they'd sell. I know, however, the obligations would totally kill me.
28. I think my character Sato is a horrible person, and I wouldn't want to meet him in real life.
29. I like writing about him in the novel because he is horrible
30. I created Sergei Kazimir and his love for fire, just because I wanted to experiment with a character that loved everything that I hated.

31. I'm currently a webdeveloper in real life. But I've done all kinds of jobs in IT, webdesign, graphic design, social media marketing, and alike.
32. I started programming because high school bored me to death.
33. I used to be a moderator on various Dutch internet forums, going back as far as 2002. That is where I got my first internet experience. 
34. Some of my earliest friends on the internet were hackers. I've been fascinated by hacking techniques and web technology ever since.
35. I've hacked. Though I've never destroyed something. Being in the web-building business it always made me sad to see something getting destroyed.
36. I know how to build a computer. I learned how to do so because I needed a new (faster) computer for school and wasn't able to afford a pre-build one.
37. I hate people that declare their selves "nerd" just by taking a selfie with over-sized glasses. Imo you aren't a real (computer)nerd unless you know how to either hack, code, or build a PC.
38. I've been severely internet addicted.
39. I still am. But my job provides me with a solid excuse now.
40. The worst thing about being without internet is being without Google. I use the website all day to basically look up anything and everything (Oh? Did I already mention I'm a curious person?)

41. I rarely watch movies because I have a hard time recognizing faces, and thus telling the characters apart.
42. I was called 'manga girl' at the first office where I worked. Not because I drew manga. But because I have a roundish face with big eyes.
43. I have a terrible fear of speaking in public.
44. I dress myself very mainstream. Part of that is because of the budget (I don't want to spend a lot of money on clothes). Part of it because I hate to stand out too much.
45. I'm afraid of fire, and I have been so ever since I was a kid. I don't even want to lit a candle.
46. I'm physically weak because of a wrist injury. I can only lift a few kilo's. Heavy shopping bags give me a hard time.
47. Despite my apparent outgoing nature, I'm a real introvert. I need alone time. And if I don't get it, I'll get very grumpy.
48. I love cooking, but only when I have plenty of time for it.
49. I own a cat.
50. My favorite emoticon here is :la:

That's it for today.
Expect more awesomeness as soon as DeviantArt fixes their bugs :happybounce: 

Ok, its time to start a New Giveaway!


In this Giveaway, will 20 Lucky People get 50 Points Each! 
You heard right, 20 people will get 50 Points Each!!!
Each winner can also win one Points to one of their friends.
I will also add one month free premium in the prize list if more then 1000 Favs!



Also, check out the ongoing Art contest with the following prize list:

1st - 3500 Points or 35 USD.
2nd - 1500 Points or 15 USD.
3rd - 600 Points or 6 USD.
4th - 350 Points or Free 1 Month Premium Membership or 3,5 USD.
5th - 350 Points or Free 1 Month Premium Membership or 3,5 USD.
6th - 350 Points or Free 1 Month Premium Membership or 3,5 USD.


Contest - A dream come true +70$ Price list!Updates:  
14. aug.
  Date changed so its easier to understand, and some miss spelling fixed.
Ongoing Giveaway: http://fav.me/d7vl0if
Art / Story / Comic Contest!
Ok, its time for an another contest. It have been some months since the last one, and im sorry for that, that goes to all my followers. Hopefully will I get more active again now. I did think for a long time for the theme for this contest, and I wanted something that's not used to much, but at the same time something everyone can use as an idea for their entry. I hope everyone like it. Its always hard to make a prize list to, that everyone is happy with. Some smaller prizes, and more winners, or a bigger prize, but less winners. Some people thinks "... why should I, I gonna lose anyway.. But wait, as much as 10 entries wins a prize, maybe i should join after all!," and others think "... Only 20$, not worth my time." I'm always trying to get a good combination of
Contest - A dream come true +70$ Price list!Updates:  
14. aug.
  Date changed so its easier to understand, and some miss spelling fixed.
Ongoing Giveaway: http://fav.me/d7vl0if
Art / Story / Comic Contest!
Ok, its time for an another contest. It have been some months since the last one, and im sorry for that, that goes to all my followers. Hopefully will I get more active again now. I did think for a long time for the theme for this contest, and I wanted something that's not used to much, but at the same time something everyone can use as an idea for their entry. I hope everyone like it. Its always hard to make a prize list to, that everyone is happy with. Some smaller prizes, and more winners, or a bigger prize, but less winners. Some people thinks "... why should I, I gonna lose anyway.. But wait, as much as 10 entries wins a prize, maybe i should join after all!," and others think "... Only 20$, not worth my time." I'm always trying to get a good combination of
Contest - A dream come true +70$ Price list!Updates:  
14. aug.
  Date changed so its easier to understand, and some miss spelling fixed.
Ongoing Giveaway: http://fav.me/d7vl0if
Art / Story / Comic Contest!
Ok, its time for an another contest. It have been some months since the last one, and im sorry for that, that goes to all my followers. Hopefully will I get more active again now. I did think for a long time for the theme for this contest, and I wanted something that's not used to much, but at the same time something everyone can use as an idea for their entry. I hope everyone like it. Its always hard to make a prize list to, that everyone is happy with. Some smaller prizes, and more winners, or a bigger prize, but less winners. Some people thinks "... why should I, I gonna lose anyway.. But wait, as much as 10 entries wins a prize, maybe i should join after all!," and others think "... Only 20$, not worth my time." I'm always trying to get a good combination of

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This will Give you one chance, and the winner will be drawn Randomly with Random.org.

The contest will go on to Around 08.24.14 (one week.)


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  • Mood: Stunned
  • Watching: Naruto
  • Playing: P.T (ARGH!!!)
I never have as much time to give back to the DA community as I used to (being an adult and all that jazz!), and therefore I've decided to hold a simple competition!

:party: The prize will be a 12 month premium membership for DA!!! :party:


To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is fav and comment on this journal. That's it!! You MUST do both.

The competition will run for 3 weeks. So starting today, the last day to enter will be the 12th September at midnight GMT

I will be randomly picking the winner with help from a random number generator. I will bestow the membership immediately afterwards.

Good luck guys! And thanks again for all the support you've given me over the years!!!! :hug: Much love!
                                   


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                    lady on bus by PhilJanssen
                                                                                      
                               
                            -On the road- by Janek-Sedlar


               waiting by OliverJules


                                              shadowman by Tom-Ripley

                                                             
                         Focasport girl. by Azram

                  
                                  Scientifique by DropxLife

                          
                 Peniche Rocks by nahojsennah


                                      Despair by HekaAM

          
                                      Childhood by xavierrey

                             
                                    another gate by Mayfair710


                          Image by lwc71


                                            . by Alshain4

                     
                                       Introspection. III by nevermade

                     Into the Blue Room by keecee1


                                          cigarette? by kudrett

                      
                 grateful by MustafaDedeogLu


                                       won't keep the sky from falling by scheinbar


                   summertime XI by torobala

                                        
                  Rachael by 000moggy000

                                                                                                                                               
                Street Painter by Roger-Wilco-66