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Weekly Feature #11

Journal Entry: Mon Sep 15, 2014, 11:23 PM
Tales of the North by nina-Y
Confidencias al mar by Marazul45 The fall by JennyLe88
Calm before the storm by Gejda
Reminiscence of Spanish Inquisition by Manink Ghostly Figure.. by Alz-Stock-and-Art
Sleepwalker by Liancary-StockAquarius by RazielMB mermaid by Lolita-Artz Luna by Celtica-HarmonyNyx by Emerald-Depths A Door To Sea World by DARSHSASALOVElife is but a dream by Andaelentari
Time to go Home by Antonio-Figueiredo Take Notice by CrystalClear-Art In the wind by dema-dodi
Flora by Antoshines
Witch Blade by Gwendolyn1 Devil by Amiltarea
Capricorn by Litavismindartist Flutter by areemus
Forest discovery by tamaraR
The Mistress by ziggy90lisa Crowned by Black-B-o-xEndless days by scared-princess Goodbye Summer by shiny-shadows-ArtField of Dreams by SpellpearlArts
Roses by IrKos Maria by SvetlanaKLimova Into the Void by LavitaDistressFields of Hope by RazielMB

My latest work.
Fighting the Darkness by VeilaKs

Farewell Summer...!

Tue Sep 16, 2014, 9:52 AM

 The summer is almost over so I wanted to do a
memoir of all the beautiful flowers that made me so happy this summer,
to share my passion with you guys,

I also went and visit the galleries of my dear friends
and added some of their  summer photography only of (2014) in this journal:)

It is the first time that I feature my own photos in a journal.
I hope not to be perceive as egotistical I just wanted to say
farewell to a big reason for my summer smiles,
and immortalized their beauty for all to see:)

Thank you for viewing, my dearest friends:) 

My friends photographs:
Purple by Inspired-KOOlnessCilantro by barananduen
Birdie Food by nolaknowsJulia Dryas Iulia butterfly by Bimmi1111
Leaves of Change by TalonTaliWhite-letter Hairstreak. by AdrianDunk
BTFL by AmnHaussCosmic Rose - Free Premade Stock by somadjinn
the vineyards by little-one-girl. by vfrrichPoppies dancing in the wind by AStoKoPink Flower by ExclusiveArts-StudioFrozen In Time by sesam-is-open
.::Flower::. by zaranixNature-044 by Sys2013
Aquilegia by Ophelia-Yvainewhat could be found by Eve-23
Macro flower with drops by aleexdeeRISING by morningstarskid
Rhododendron by Lior-ArtFor dear Irene by sivandogan1212
Abrazame by LUCILALEYLAPostcard from Manhattan by maxlake2
for saira and josh . you are my life roses . by cobra2014Life by korwis
Humla by Richard-Cederfjard

Flowers from my garden:

Good morning... by virnagrayAzaleas...! by virnagrayBeautiful pink by virnagrayPicsArt 1410788824047 by virnagrayPretty pink Dahlia by virnagray
Pink Carnation by virnagrayA lovely touch of pink by virnagrayPetunias by virnagray multi-colored dianthus by virnagrayRosie cheeks ( dianthus ) by virnagray Pretty unknown plant in my garden by virnagray
my little rose plant by virnagray Carnation. by virnagray
Pink rose by virnagrayPretty pink by virnagray
My roses are for you by virnagrayHappy Mother's day...! by virnagray


Blissful summer by virnagrayTropical foliage by virnagray
Tropical (Elephant ears) by virnagraybaby elephant ear by virnagray

Orange and yellows
my first Marigold of the summer by virnagrayA lovely pair of roses by virnagray
Little bee by virnagrayflowers in my mother in law's pond. by virnagray

My assistant. by virnagrayGiant Mary golds by virnagrayNature's cycle! by virnagray
Bathing in sun light by virnagrayWild beauty by virnagray
off to work... by virnagrayDay Lilly by virnagrayYellow tea hybrid rose bush by virnagray
Yellow Columbine by virnagrayTiger lily by virnagraystar clusters by virnagraybeautiful little friend by virnagray


Violet viola. by virnagraypurple clematis! by virnagraywild irises by virnagrayThe joy of gardening by virnagrayA pretty purple flower by virnagray

Open moon flower by virnagrayTiny flower! by virnagrayMoon flower by virnagraywhite giant lily by virnagrayLittle daisies by virnagraytogetherness by virnagrayMoon flower close up! by virnagray

My red rose for you... by virnagrayLittle lily by virnagrayMy morning surprise! by virnagrayHollyhock flowers by virnagrayBeautiful butterfly by virnagraylittle Carnation flowers by virnagrayred rose by virnagrayTropical foliage by virnagray

A special showcase of last year favorites from my garden:
getting something to eat... by virnagraybeeeautiful... by virnagraysomething yellow, this got deleted by accident by virnagraydots by virnagrayworking hard. by virnagrayso what's up? by virnagray
butterfly by virnagrayAt the Ohio butterfly observatory by virnagray

Thank you for your lovely attention to my many posts:)

I love all of you Through my love for your works,
And the friendship that some of us continue to build:)


Stock & Resources

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- They are the photo-manipulations of the Stock & Resources world. They typically consist of two or more images that allow for adaptation and redistribution that are properly credited.

- They must be at least 1000 x 1000 pixels. They also need to be usable and available for other artists to include in their finished art piece.

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- Your own photographic (etc.) resources.

- Other stock providers who give permission to use their images for premade backgrounds.

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What To Shoot

Tue Sep 16, 2014, 12:00 PM by NovelExpression:iconnovelexpression:

Stock & Resources

It’s often easy to figure out what you want to shoot when you have a creative, artistic idea as inspiration - you are bringing to life your vision. However, as much as we would like it to be different, there is not always a market for our artistic visions outside galleries. Stock gives artists a way to distribute their works, though sometimes there is a bit of a limit as to what will be sellable to a wider market.

Creating stock doesn’t mean you have to give up all your creative aesthetic or ideals, but it may mean you have to alter them a bit in order to make them more appealing to potential buyers.  At Novel Expression, we had to figure out how to get the most out of our shoots to appeal to the largest number of buyers possible.  While it would be much more creative to shoot our models in various locations and fancy them up a bit with Photoshop, leaving the backgrounds clean and shooting with somewhat flat lighting gives our end user a clean palette with which to work.

novelexpression NX0974 by NovelExpression

If there is something in particular you enjoy shooting or illustrating, do a bit of research and see if there is a site or company that distributes that type of work. There are numerous niche agencies out there for all types of topics, so you might find the perfect home for your work. However, if you are looking to get in with some of the bigger, more general agencies, you might have to make some concessions. 
YA Briana0830 by NovelExpression

First, find something that is missing in the existing collections.
Stay away from things that are common and find something unusual. Do you like to shoot flowers? Flowers and landscapes are beautiful, but they are very popular to shoot so make sure you find something that makes it stand out from what exists or shoot something in a unique way. 

How about food? It’s currently a very popular subject, but there are still some areas that can use imagery. When I did the occasional food shoot, I found there was a lack of regional dishes and international foods. I found the vegan market was lacking imagery, as were various cuisines such as Persian, Salvadoran, and Peruvian. I was able to make some lovely, marketable images and still stick with my enjoyment of shooting food.

onion salsa2B by NovelExpressionCincichilli by NovelExpression

If you can find the magic intersection between what inspires you and what might appeal to someone looking for stock imagery, then you are getting closer to turning your creative passion into a possible source of income. 

Dessert by NovelExpression

Halloween contest 2014

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 16, 2014, 1:45 PM
Ok so it's almost time for In-Obscuro 's annual Halloween contest. This is the only contest we host through out the year, so I would like to make this one big please.

Prize Donations

Ok so first an fore most we need some prizes for the winners. Any and all donations will be accepted. You can comment here or note me.  As always, after the contest I will do a feature for all those who donated to say thanks.


We need a theme. Last year I just thought one out, but this year I think I want to hear from you what kind of contest you want. Keep in mind that it has to be related to Halloween. You can post your theme nominations here, I will later post a poll so everybody can vote on it. 


here are some works from last year that were made for Halloween, just to get everybody back into the spirit.

Halloween Haul by Neikrom October Nights by IvannaDark Halloween Poster by streetX222 Happy Halloween! by thezork All Hallow's Eve by zummerfish Halloween 2013 by Nikulina-Helena Jack and Zero by Bonniemarie Halloween by inSOLense Jack by Ry-Spirit Paper Dream by LiliaOsipova The Guide to Trick or Treat by zummerfish Halloween Thrill by TitusBoy25 Sweet Halloween by Blavatskaya Bad Influence by alexnoreaga Halloween night by Anna-Marine Dead Man Walking by DominiqueWesson Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo by PerlaMarina

News + Weekly Gallery Highlight

Journal Entry: Tue Sep 16, 2014, 12:45 AM


community related news

:bulletgreen: The theme for September monthly challenge organized by Artisan Crafts galleries' volunteers is: pet crafts. You can learn more about monthly challenge here… You can see who are the winners of the previous monthly challenge here…

:bulletgreen: As part of Gallery Descriptions month, we have two articles about Artisan Crafts galleries:……

:bulletgreen: You can see the monthly DDs roundup here… and here and for sculpture…

contests and giveaways

:bulletgreen: You can find a list of Artisan Crafts contests and events here

interviews and features

:bulletgreen: Brookette highlighted several crafted mandalas…

:bulletgreen: The latest beadwork feature covers beaded Hello Kitty objects…

:bulletgreen: Brookette did a Hello Kitty feature…

:bulletgreen: Brookette posted a feature of Guardians of the Galaxy inspired crafted…

sales and special offers

:bulletgreen: MorganCrone has listed lot of her items for auction and they start at up to half the original price, so make sure to have a look

:bulletgreen: Peter-The-Knotter is having a modest sale of some of his necklaces to raise funds for a sorely-needed camera for exhibition photo's and for making pix for his book on knotting and macramé. For more info, please see here:


:bulletgreen: FrockTarts is looking for some pointers on the types of resin that would be best for the project she is working on and that you can learn about in the journal here…

:bulletgreen: Kat-Skittychu is trying to find someone who could make a little bit bigger version of her crafted bee.

Weekly Gallery Highlight

We decided to highlight some of the best submissions to the group gallery every week. I'll go with 25 featured submissions per week. This selection is purely subjective and represents my favorite submissions to our galleries. If you disagree with my selection, please feel free to go to our galleries and :+fav: any deviation you enjoy, artists also appreciate comments on their works! Spread the love! :dalove:

Chainmail Coif Tutorial by ofmyhats dragon Paw lamp by Lazareus Goat milk soap by FionaRain Kugel Dream by JacekGlejzer Anubis prototype by rcdog Werewolf Bass guitar - Complete - Body shot by Dans-Magic Bryonia cretica, Bryony - Elven Leaf Necklace by QuintessentialArts The Time Flies... by merimask Watchband by simoniculus Handmade Green Journal - Sea of Grass by GatzBcn Hellraiser Lemarchand Puzzle Box by Destro2k The Swan by sivousplay kwan yu by ILoveClayHouse Watermelon Carving 14 by ShadowOfAdriana Kiwi by AndreaMorrow Moon Flower - Lampwork Bottle Pendant by andromeda Triteia by AmandaKathryn Two in Eternity: the Lady and the Phoenix - IX by KiraLisicka Norwegian Viking by wyverex Scary, Hooded Plush, Stuffed Creepy Plushie by Saint-Angel Cyclophina by SweetSign Noelle - before and after by IvyHeartDesigns September honey ring by UrsulaOT Green and Turquoise LuxeWire, June 2014 by Artsee1 Insect Pin by Kaos-Nest

Again, this was a selection of my favorite submissions and does not represent a qualitative or artistic evaluation!

If you would like to help the group by writing features such as this or anything else, please get in touch with me via note to the group and let me know what you would like to contribute and how often (for example a weekly feature of 20 deviations from the group galleries or a monthly article written about something craft related). We are always looking for fresh blood. :D

Feature XX

Tue Sep 16, 2014, 9:25 AM
-Be on the road with warmly thoughts- by Janek-Sedlar

Bubbles + Video by Kawiku

When bird start singing oil painting by Afremov by Leonidafremov

Forest discovery by tamaraR

Golden Love Bridge - free high res hdr stock by somadjinn

beautiful Sin by jyoujo

Empire by WMill

Sci-fi Buildings by mrainbowwj

Nordic by VitekJewelry

Vegetto by GoddessMechanic2

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Hi everyone! This journal features :iconmerl1ncz:merl1ncz and :iconjjpeabody:jjpeabody! :wave:

Interview with :iconmerl1ncz:merl1ncz

Armory by merl1ncz

A bit about your background. I noticed you do Concept Art, Illustration and Fine Art. Which one did you start out with? And is there any particular favourite one? How long have you been an artist, how long have you been studying?

Well, I was really into drawing since my early childhood. It was always the thing enjoyed the most. And I can't really tell which one did I start with. I always did all of them simultaneously and in my case, it doesn't make any difference anyway. Concept Art, Illustration, Fine Art. It's about visual language and rules are very similar to me.
I've been officially studying fine arts for 5 years know. This year is my final.

I noticed you have speed paintings in your gallery. What is the benefit/importance of speed painting in concept art? How doe's that help you decide your final piece? Or are they simply 'left' in that state of incompleteness as pieces of art in their own right?

Speedpaintings are artworks done in one session and usually under one hour - at least as I see it. They are important, because you can learn how to convey your ideas quickly and with limited means. It's crucial skill to learn for any artist.
I usually make series of quick sketches for clients to choose from in the beginning of every commission. You don't want to spend 2 hours on a sketch that will be rejected so that skill really comes handy here.
When it comes to deciding when the painting is done, it really depends on each artist. Someone likes to have his image polished whereas other prefers to have them rough and sketchy.

Long Journey Ahead by merl1ncz

Where doe's your inspiration come from in your concept art?

Mostly from things I have seen or experienced. I can't stress enough how important it is to base your art on your own world. I see many aspiring artist just copying things they see in movies, games, or in other artworks. Problem with that is that it's really easy to see who painted something he knows personally and who just recycled art of others.
Good example is how you treat light and colors in your painting. I spent countless hours observing weather and light and I can recognize quite quickly who knows and who doesn't - who took their time to learn how it really works and who just copies photographs. So be aware of that.
Golden piece of advice here: Go out, get to know the stuff you want to paint and then paint it. You can't be true to yourself if you just gather ideas on the internet.

Is Photoshop the main software you use then drawing Concept Art? Is there any other software you have used? And what would you recommend for learning artists?  Know a cheap/free software for newbies that is good for concept art?
I've always been using photoshop and I'm not familiar with any other software. But I do use all kinds of traditional media for sketching, studying and even for making finished artpieces. So this would be my advice: don't stick only to digital media but get your hands dirty too. :) (Smile)

Waiting for the End by merl1ncz

I have read about your Traditional and digital technique featured in some of your work. Doe's knowing Fine Art and Illustration, even photography effect your concept art work? Doe's oil painting or illustration have any play in concept art?
Yeah, absolutely.
The stuff you learn when working with traditional media is something you will be applying all the time.
I, for instance, use my oil paintings and other sketches as direct references for further works. That is how I get the colors into my digital paintings. I capture them outside, in my plein air paintings, and then use them later in whatever work I want to do. That's what makes my approach different I guess - usage of my own real life paintings as reference for digital art.

A near future 2 by merl1ncz

Is there any advice you could give to learning artists? Not only with learning concept artists, you can include those studying for Fine Art or Illustration. Is there any learning materials, artists, books or references you would recommend?

Quite a few actually.
Learn everything about art history. Most of the problems you will ever face have already been solved by other artists.
Carry a sketchbook everywhere and observe.
3 Books I can't recommend enough are the Art Spirit by Robert Henri, legendary The Story of Art by Ernst Gombrich and Alla Prima by Richard Schmidt.
And if you are serious about being an artist, you have to live it. Practice every day, give most of your attention to art and be interested in everything related to art. Merge art and your life into one beautiful thing - and what can be more beautiful than spending your life exploring the world and making art along the way?

Elevation by merl1ncz

You can find merl1ncz at:…

Interview with :iconjjpeabody:jjpeabody

Roses took over by jjpeabody

A bit about your background. Have you ever studied Art at school or University? Are you self taught?

My name is Jereme Peabody. I'm a software engineer, not a hired concept artist. While the idea to do this full-time is appealing, there's a couple of reasons why I don't pursue it. First, I get to create in my current career, I just use a different medium (code) so I still get that creative release AND I make good money doing it. Second reason, both careers have their ups and downs. I like art because you can label something as "finished". In software, it's never "finished". There's always some feature to add, something to fix, something to upgrade. Imagine working on the same image for years. As a professional in either career, you don't typically get a creative license to do what you want. When I do art on the side, I do what I want when I want and I make money doing it. It's a win-win-win for me.

Art is a great hobby that I'll continue to do long after I retire. What I do, I do for fun. I am self taught. I always did art in some form. I started with colored pencils and markers making horrible drawings. I always struggled to get the art out of me; nothing came easy. I moved up to sculpting and everything changed. I was pretty good at it, but I lacked the space to really pursue it because it was really dirty. Now, there's skulpy which some people on DA are gods in my opinion. In college, I tried my hand a yet another medium, oil paint. I was good at this. It didn't take that much effort to paint what you're seeing in the still-life. I took this skill to digital art where I continued doing still-life paintings from photos, but I wanted to create something that didn't exist. This, to me, was [and still is] very hard.

How do you become a concept artist? What appealed to you the most about being an artist?

First, be a student of everything. You need to know to paint so many materials; it's not just learning the basics. Second, be good at the art that you do and people will seek you out.

Seriously, I don't advertise myself except on DA. I always have some type of commission going on. I don't make a lot of money to stop my full-time job, but I make enough to supplement my income and buy new big-boy toys like smart TV's, etc.

Iceland by jjpeabody

I noticed your gallery, you focus on landscapes a lot. Are the landscapes based on actual places? Or are they worlds you created?

They are worlds that I create. I find it easier (after a lot of landscape studies) to invent something that doesn't exist than to change something that already exists. I will, however, use reference and sometimes overlay stock in my images to achieve the look that I want.

In your gallery you have realism works. Doe's drawing/painting from Still Life have any impact on your concept artwork? Is learning to draw from Still Life or drawing the actual world important to do first before moving into conceptual artworks?

Good question. While I started with still-life first, I don't think it benefited me. Mostly because no one said, pay attention to how the plastic is reflecting light, look how light reflects differently from that surface to this surface. It was a simple process to just paint what I saw. Now, I still do still-life's, but on a smaller scale to understand the subject that I'm painting.

Where doe's you inspiration come from in your work?

The more studies and experimentation you do, the better you become. Each becomes a new tool in your toolbox. If you study and paint a beat-up toolbox, you'll learn it and when contemplating what to do with an android, you'll be able to apply those same techniques. They become your ideas. You need to have many ideas.

What is the main software you use then drawing Concept Art? And what would you recommend for learning artists? Know of any cheap/free software for newbies?

I use photoshop 6. I tried other programs for a while, but I found them hard to use. Photoshop 6 is on the cloud and you can basically "rent" for $19.95 a month. I easily make enough to cover this little expense each month. The digital still-life paintings that I did were done on a cheap tablet. Now, I've invested in a Cintiq. Don't buy the cintiq until you're ready though.

Fantasy Adventure by jjpeabody

What would you consider the fundamentals for painting concept art? What is the process you usually go through when starting a piece of work?

Chaos. I always start with chaos in black and white (values). I've tried other ways, but this just seems to be my method. I have some brushes that I made that are Silhouette brushes. It makes a bunch of random shapes on the canvas. In these shapes, I [hopefully] see all the studies that I've done in the past. I begin to pull those shapes out. Once you have the idea, you can move to line-art to further define your form, or continue painting.

Is adding details important in Concept art? For example, comparing your 'Castle Garden WIP' to the final 'Castle Garden'. How doe's adding little details affect the whole piece? Why add those details?

Details are subjective, but they add realism and life. When I look at those images you indicated, something is missing. You get this feeling when you look at the WIP. Don't ignore those feelings. If you look at something and it doesn't look right, most likely, it IS off. I don't plan out these images. These images dictate themselves through the use of my toolbox. If my toolbox is empty, so are my ideas.

Do you use a limited colour palette? I notice you practice with values. For example, your 'Old Mill (Values)' and 'Rough Sea (Values)'. Is there any benefit in working in grey-tones first then moving on to colour? Or do you simply start with colour first?

I started doing values first because I was hitting a roadblock. When I'm searching for ideas, using color hinders this process for me. It's easier to generate ideas from values.

Healing Springs by jjpeabody

Is there any advice you could give to learning artists? Is there any learning materials, artists, books or references you would recommend?

For books:
"Color and Light" by James Gurney is by far my favorite.
"Imaginative Realism" by James Gurney

For Video:
Ctrl Paint:
FZD School of Design…

Environment Study: Filtered Light by jjpeabody

You can find jjpeabody at:


Thank you to the artists who let me interview them! :iconiluplz:

Please help me welcome this weeks newest members!

:icondominikscherrer: DominikScherrer

Queen of the forest by DominikScherrer


:icongabby-chan1994: Gabby-chan1994

We Pour Light On Everything by Gabby-chan1994


:iconpuzzled-socks: Puzzled-Socks

A day to remember by Puzzled-Socks


:iconcaptain-fab: Captain-fab

Say I love you ~ Aiko by Captain-fab


:iconmoonlight-dragonart: moonlight-dragonart

Goodbye, my little kitty by moonlight-dragonart


:iconprofessoradagio: ProfessorAdagio

Star Wars Heir To The Jedi by ProfessorAdagio


:iconmisasami: MisaSami

Illustrated Book About Birds by MisaSami


:iconvabvioand: vabvioand

Goddess Contest Entry by vabvioand


:iconmichaelakindlova: MichaelaKindlova

Meduses by MichaelaKindlova


:iconsoranea: Soranea

Traveller by Soranea


:iconcirprius: Cirprius

The Water Dragon by Cirprius


:iconlinguanerd: Linguanerd

Monster by Linguanerd


:iconramblepaw: ramblepaw

Sun rays by ramblepaw


:iconzazzyak: ZazzyAK

U2 - my remedy, inspiration, joy and relaxation ^^ by ZazzyAK


:iconb-skipper: B-Skipper

The Hidden Beauty by B-Skipper


:iconskipper-colors: Skipper-Colors

Blackcat by Skipper-Colors


:iconaalys-k: Aalys-K

Old Man by Aalys-K


:iconashvanity: ashvanity

Ivysaur Gijinka~(OPEN) by ashvanity


:icondeathgoddess231: DeathGoddess231

Lissandra - The Ice Witch by DeathGoddess231


:icondoubletrouble94: DoubleTrouble94

Red Lion Progress Sketch by DoubleTrouble94


:iconphantomladylice: phantomladylice

KAMUI by phantomladylice


:iconshnab: Shnab

Divided by a fox by Shnab


:iconalternativeproject: Alternativeproject

Rex Ratt and Sloan Sharke by Alternativeproject


:iconcarolinademoraes: CarolinadeMoraes

Darth SEXY Vader by CarolinadeMoraes


:iconxicy-adoptsx: XIcy-AdoptsX

Rainbow Themed Deer Adopts 1 ( Closed) by XIcy-AdoptsX


:iconfallenphoenixiv: FallenPhoenixIV

The Rose of the heart - FP by FallenPhoenixIV


:icongfither: GFITHER

Yoko vs Rex by GFITHER


:icondeullien: Deullien

Remembrance by Deullien


:iconlucid-light: lucid-light

Skyborn by lucid-light


:iconkimikofujii: KimikoFujii

Bird Sketch 01 by KimikoFujii


:iconsapphire-skillz: Sapphire-Skillz

Rurouni Kenshin: Under the cherry blossoms by Sapphire-Skillz


:iconxxblackengelxx: xxblackengelxx

Oni Mask by xxblackengelxx


:iconforest-paix: Forest-Paix

Marie by Forest-Paix


:iconlolicon009: Lolicon009

Dawn from pokemon by Lolicon009

Remember to share the love! I'm sure each and every artist would appreciate the recognition, so please fav/comment/watch these lovely artists!! I've looked through many galleries and can confidently say that you will definitely find some amazing artwork. I'll wrap up by saying thank you for joining the group, and please enjoy yourself!

:iconpinksakura66: (member relations manager)