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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?

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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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film francais by MimusVitae
58730036 by pasiasty
Lone Traveller by ZiaulKareem
A Voice At The End of the Line by For-W-Art
station snapshot by lightdrafter
falling... by toistaitoinen
busted again by arslanalp
PEOPLE by Nile-Paparazzi
Untitled by existencia5
beach by KseniaMaytama
kom2106 by WilfredSagen
assistance is offered by EintoeRn
witchcraft by PsycheAnamnesis
:: ghost town by noahsamuelmosko
Fuji5579 by wchild
Untitled by djailledie
the ladder ... by DeterFArt
from nowhere to elsewhere VIII by Tom-Ripley
Secret view by 9dZign
00707 by NunoFigueira
Balloons by pavboq
der Musengaul by tanja1983

:music: David Brubeck - Blue shadows in the street…


Light Hunters Feature #84

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 23, 2014, 4:59 AM

Enjoy some of the recent additions to our gallery

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Oh... So talented

Journal Entry: Fri Aug 22, 2014, 4:13 PM

Thank you kindly
for being such a great inspiration
with your beautiful art works!

This feature is a compilation of art work
from my friends, watchers ( which are also friends ) &
some of the wonderful works I come across visiting my friends and such...!

Have a wonderful weekend everyone:)

Traditional Arts...
InNoCeNT wHiSpErS by Fajralam
BIRD OF FIRE - phoenix by christiano2211
Blackberries. Want some? by MarysDrawing
Billie Holliday 5 by amoxes
Soar/Sore by Bonniemarie
Star Traveller by CpointSpoint

Microcosmos -study- by AyaSenoArtLyricalH
Cityscape by electranne
Butterflys by ilinea
Don't Panic by Xandyclause
Zweisamkeit by TheShiranja
Winter Evening by rooze23
Reptalialism-My Conciousness by erwinpineda
Puma by InkjetOctopus
Forest's light by RegInsenser

Digital arts...

Fairy Dust by ExclusiveArts-Studio
Breathe by MissMadcap
Paint yourself the colors YOU want by Yuuza
In Their Eyes by BenDavisArt
Ariel Plays with the Hair by akifune
Life by ParaisaDesign
Another rocks by KPEKEP
Pegaso heavenly Angel sunrise by FueledbypartII
Venus Rose - Exclusive Premade Stock by somadjinn
Haeven And Earth by Lior-Art
Furious by xmilek
cotton candy mermaid by Lolita-Artz
Somewhere by RazielMB

Literary Arts...
SempiternalShe says that
love is like a rose bush,
once you're caught
in its embrace
there is no escaping
for if you try to escape, 
the thorns will catch you and
only hurt you more.

He agrees.
She says she will never try to escape from their rose bush.
He makes his vows with another.
The cake is set, the moon is lit,
and she
They found her in a rose bush,
blood flowing out like a river.
Drowned in his love, forevermore.
UntitledLet the rivers of the eyes flow,
Let them immerse into your soul,
Mine just stopped the day I saw you,
You walked past me, my heart dived for you.
I could get drunk on your love,
Just like those two white doves,
You're my addiction and my desire,
You're the blood pumping in my hearts wires.
I'm hopeless sat looking at you,
I'm hopeful knowing I love you,
But I awake when the light hits my face,
It's morning again, it's the end of a dream I chase.
Saturated SeductionSaturated Seduction 7/23/14
You appeared to me in a dream.
You exist only in my enigmatic imagination.
The moon was heavy that night,
drunk with the power of the sun.
Pulling and pushing the tides
like my vacillating moods.
I swim through this vast ocean
of unrest searching for
a place to call home.
I created your face
to give me comfort.
I carved out your being
to fit perfectly with mine.
Your hair danced like fire even
though the sea consumed you.
Sometimes my dreams are lucid -
most times I forget.
But you linger like an after image -
as a flash of a camera in
my watery eyes.
You stay with me on nights
of uncertainty - when all my
doubts bombard and petrify me.
I am rooted in place, too
frightened to move...on.
If you were real it would feel like a dream.
I would never wake.
Eternal slumber has a nice ring to it.
waste my fuseHow it feels, such like light snow upon my neck in heat when you gift me with your faint touch
Your fingertips so like reflections off oceans, warm, cool and tingling
Your eyes upon my face, revelation of your smile,….I can feel my reserve come down,
My muscles erased of their solidity
The thought of your lips touching my own, like one rich and generous meal following
Half a century of famine,
Now you’ve seen me lowered before you, yielding utterly and silenced, ignite my flame
Take your hand of choice, close those tasteful succulent fingers around my neck and crush me
Draw your other, close those fingertips firm, and strike my face, strike me, strike me, strike
Little Boys Don't Play with Dolls"Little Boy's Don't Play with Dolls," by Averi Polczynski
I am a doll; my arms, my legs, my clothing, my hair, they are all synthetic. My eyes are not real, yet I can see out, like the windows of my prison. If I push the walls open, I can climb down when no one's looking, get to the living room, the kitchen, my parents' room, the third bedroom that my sister used when she still had a head. Little boy's don't play with dolls, they destroy the women and let the men watch.
No one plays in my prison, so like a castle but without King Arthur's court. The fake food, the fake kitchen, the small chairs and tables... The kitchen has fake knives, fake things I cannot use and fake things that cannot hurt me. I wish they could. But once, I didn't used to think like this, once there were five dolls in my prison. My mother, my father, my older sister, a large dog... And the large place was a home. But he took them all from me, and it's just me. The younger brother.
The days blend together, and I wai
Serenity's AngelI am she, Serenity...
Thou knowest not my beauty.
But if ye sought the face of the Lord
surely, I would come to thee.
My wings are bound and chained
to fly, only, unto the sincere;
whom have searched with the angels
of Patience, and Mercy; and Truth,
for the key to my seal.
I reside not, in the halls of vexation,
nor do I neighbor with wrath.
I know only the ways, of love and justice
and all they of whom, such qualities hath.
I flyest through the beginings
unto the ends of the earth; my candle
an eternal flame.
Given to me  of the Lord
for affinity...
and share my name.
My Night Out With Poe
Riding on the midnight rail train, snoring madman drives me insane,
while in the distance city lights entice us ever onward.
Try to sleep but him so noisy, wishing I was back in Boise,
not to mention silly raven, acting like my hat's a haven.
"Awfully hot in here," I stutter, suddenly in walks a maven,
asking why I'm not clean-shaven?
Oh, how I wish I could relate, this dismal trek to his home state,
though in reality the tale would bore you to your grave.
This Edgar dude is not my friend, he's not someone I could defend,
his raven bud's a ghostly sort, mug's always got an odd retort.
"Nevermore," he's always shrieking, wond'ring if he's drunk on port,
pleading with him to abort.
Whistle blowing train is stopping, guess we're here my ears are popping,
oh good gosh to no surprise the moon is full and reddish.
Raven hops on Edgar's shoulder, wishing I was feeling bolder,
howling wolf off in the distance, questioning this mad existence.
"Chilly night," is all he offers, pressing on in

Little soul by Armed-Greek-shooter

The Art of Photography...
Clouds and Sunrays. by AdrianDunk
Coco by HekaAM
Like in a dream :) by AStoKo
Clover by barananduen
Taurus Mountains II by sivandogan1212
Pikachu's Mugshot by Bimmi1111
Waimea Canyon Hawaii by rsiphotography
Frozen flower in summer by trollwaffle
Perfect Gold by darkdex52

Have a wonderful weekend,
I am so late for the movies right now...! ( Teenage mutant ninja turtle... ) You know it...  I got 4 k!ds. Lol.

visits these wonderful artists,
and give them some faves, watch, and comments,
They deserve it...!

Random feature - random finds 3.

Journal Entry: Fri Aug 22, 2014, 4:09 PM
I'm prone to find stuff. Very fabulous stuff. From my friends, watchers, watchees, random folks, and an awesome new group called Photographcollection. Feel free to check it out! :D :hug: How are you doing, my dear friends? :hug: I've been wondering... And I guess I worked out how to locate feature stuff... :D Fabulous. :D

On target... by MilanogregTop O' The Mornin by dove-51
Spooky by MustafaSEZER
Precious by aidaabozaidWaiting For You by LUCILALEYLA
1200 by AziotShine by Fiend-V
FREE Bokeh texture rain 1 by FrancescaDelfinoSharpness by najsampierw
Rock Me by Applemac12
Introspection by 9dZignLess by lomatic
Lonely by MeMyselfAndMaddyAged by musicismylife10027
Shadow by 9dZignWires by 9dZign
You ll Never Walk Alone... by Tigles1Artistry
Humpback whale Alaska by gigi50Sky 5 by maiarcita
Like a Dream by WhiteBookI Dream... by WhiteBook
Our Planet, Our Home. by musicismylife10027Going My Way by SharonLeggDigitalArt
... by absentii
A-0442 by effjotHats Y - Reedit by lookslikerein
Tweetums - Reedit by lookslikereint h e g i r l I k n o w by silvia-giuli
Illumination II by tdg-addictWonderful Smile ... by Smaragd01
John & Johnny by vinylrose88M-121 by fotoz-euPEOPLE OF MY COUNTRY... by Tigles1Artistry
Eva I by kgeorgiosDreams can come true by hoffmensch
Relaxing all day long by Kayla-LarriseLeire by Gaia-Doallo
Candlelight by nahojsennahTake This Night by vika-mark
Street moment by ShakilovNeel
Plain by tinileenGolden hour try by MeMyselfAndMaddy
Glass by roarbinsonUntitled by musicismylife10027
Checkerboard by musicismylife10027Gateway to the Soul by Kayla-Larrise
Reading by FrancescaDelfino
Stacked by Thelma1Bold by Drake-UK
fire reflection by pijnappleInfinite light by AniqeAnuk
Trapped Creativity by musicismylife10027Make a Wish by alexgphoto
The Orange Glow by Questavia
Dedication by 1001GEsquisse by Annabelle-Chabert
*** by FatalvIceland - Skogafoss by CID228
Welcome to Norway 2 by ha-rat-kiriFloating Rocks by artbitNick
Like a Mirror by musicismylife10027
Crown by ArisHorizonLonging for Krishna by Nameda
Green Power by CaveCanem42Summer 6 arc by Henrikson
Still Time by sascha-jungHungarian parliament by Bandee94
Bronco time! by candysamuels6 The Prize by InayatShahUnfolding by IndigoSummerr
The World Outside by WishmasterAlchemistCome on Here by IreneHorvath
Inception by DMMDesignDeep End by DMMDesign
Wald #27 by HeikoGerlicher*** by Fatalv
Pretty Lady by SharonLeggDigitalArt
16-Flower by MeMyselfAndMaddySS: Superheroes by lookslikerein

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Working faster in Photoshop by DuffzillaModelling with Primitives by 3D-Fantasy-Art

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Bookbinding Tutorial by JamesDarrowHow to make Armor with Foam Sheets and Fabric by RuffleButtCosplay

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Photomanipulation Tutorial  on blending by tamaraRTutorial How I make the Fire by Caphricorn

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How to Become a Flash Wizard by MythogamerFlash Tutorial for Newbies by madelief

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How To Make A Lightbox (For Craft Photography) by AryieaPhotography - Image Quality + Size by kuschelirmel-stock

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Watercolor Tutorial by IshtuwazuBig Guide to Drawing the Body by Majnouna

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Fonts and typography-Thoughts by jsmonzaniUrban Typeface Tutorial by roren001

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HTML: The Basics Using Notepad by sissorelle+Starting Web Designing+ by xmod

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I Dub Thee...
On the psychology and choosing of names
Brought to you by Super Editor
Many authors struggle with names. After coming up with a character who perfectly fits his or her intended role, planning personality traits, clothing, hobbies, and physical descriptions, now you have to sum all of that character's being up in a name!
There is an incredible number of ways to choose a name. Often authors are baffled by the vast array of first names and surnames that could be given to a character, and it's almost impossible to start. Whether you're hoping for a name that could belong to any girl on a street or a fantasy warrior from planet Xyla, there are infinite ways of choosing a name.
Ordinary Names
The best way to find ordinary names is a list. Sometimes one might choose a name that actually means something, while other times one might hope for an ordinary name with little more meaning than "her mom liked it."
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Planning your Novel Part 1 by AtlasArtifex

CSS Tricks: Skin TemplateFollowing up my previous tutorials Journal break-down and Deviations in Journals here's the tutorial or rather resource for a basic blank journal skin.
It is merely a collection of classes that should be considered when coding a new skin, they are all given by DA, none of them have been created by me. I only broke them down into the nude.
Skin Template
* {
background: transparent;
border: none;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
/* ----------------------------- General ----------------------------- */
.gr1, .gr2, .gr3, .gr-top .tri, .gr-top .gr h2 img {
display: none;
a {}
a:hover {}
/* ----------------------------- Journal ----------------------------- */
.negate-box-margin {}
.gr-box {}
/* ----------------------------- Top ----------------------------- */
.gr-top {}
.gr-top .gr {
padding-left: 0!important;
.gr-top .gr h2, .gr-top .gr h2 a {}
Group Privileges TutorialThese are the basics to set up a group. 
Step #1
You have to manage the privileges you will allow your members to have.
Click on "Admin Area" as illustrated bellow:

Step #2
Once you click on "Admin Area", a tab like this will appear. Click on "Manage Members" to start setting up member access:

Step #3
You will see something like this. To the left is each category of people that can access your group. In the center appear all the names of members under each category. And to the right is the privileges each will have. They are modifiable for the most part. To allow members to join your group, click on "Members" to the left. And to the right, where is says "On Home, Members" click the drop down menu that appears under "Join Requests" and set it to "Are subject to Vote" if you want to approve them. If you want the joining to be auto granted, set it up to "Are A

Splash of colors feature 3 + points

Sat Aug 23, 2014, 7:21 AM


And I decided to put a feature again...yay. After a long time, haha. You can check it below. These are really amazing works by awesome artists, so please check them. You can also support them by faving this article. Thanks for looking.

Midnight Drive by frankhong
Midnight Drive

Eclipsed From Within by balaa
Eclipsed From Within

DevilKingB by zinnaDu

Wonder by anndr

The Heartless Mountain by DreadJim
The Heartless Mountain

Dark Love by rafater
Dark Love

Oczko by viki-vaki

sides of evil by DartGarry
sides of evil

Vunsvagh by AlectorFencer

Carrie Hayashi by MichaelCTY
Carrie Hayashi

Lost in the Garden of Indigo by S-doll
Lost in the Garden of Indigo

Deep down in the gorge by merl1ncz
Legend of the cryptids by LASAHIDO
Anny and Zach by Heatherzart
Commission 8 by narrator366
MeatSpaceInvasion by GrayShuko
Concept art 01 by Deino3330
Dragoon by Vusc
Nymph by Filipe-Pagliuso
No Man's Sky by abigbat
what if Godzilla by SharksDen
Legend of the Cryptids- Elefarda [A] by anotherwanderer
MagnetGirl reg with logo by crs1009
Devon Aoki(2014) by greno89
ImagineFX Tutorial by mynameistran
Dark Knight by kamiyamark

Amaranthine Story

And as I promised....since Indiegogo campaign ended, now it's time to give away 400 points to 3 lucky people who faved Amaranthine Story article, spread some info about the game, donated...and so on (they were selected completely random...with eyes closed, lol). And 3 lucky winners are mayhigurashe, MirajaneGosh and EnvisArts. Congratulations.

I must also thank to everyone who showed support for the game on Indiegogo, to everyone who shared info about the game on their sites  and here in my previous article where I announced the game. Follow the game on Facebook. More info and art  done for the game will come soon.

Coding by SimplySilent

Spotlight #072

Sat Aug 23, 2014, 5:37 AM
The Artist Spotlight, volume 72 - a detailed visual journey through the galleries of a selected artist, chosen from the ranks of many talented peers for their particular attention to aesthetic and conceptual composition.


Sweet dreams by EvasionK
Angels wings by EvasionK
Delicate balance by EvasionK
Tormented by EvasionK
Where are you ? by EvasionK
Lost in Magic World II by EvasionK
Magical cave by EvasionK
Because it's raining by EvasionK
first sun of spring by EvasionK
The end by EvasionK
Selected Works

Featured Artist

Please help give a warm welcome to our newest members of the the week!

:iconweroni: weroni

Mariana by weroni


:iconsolidmars: SolidMars

Twister by SolidMars


:iconsaviichi: saviichi

Usagi Doodle by saviichi


:iconcreativay: Creativay

Santcus Bello by Creativay


:iconcan-calah: Can-Calah

BMW E30 Convertible by Can-Calah


:iconabrikos-san: Abrikos-san

tut by Abrikos-san


:iconpomia: pomia

Request Batch 1 by pomia


:iconwoooo401: woooo401

Copic pen Princcess by woooo401


:iconoakjum9014: OakJum9014

PB with Lady Rainicorn and Finn with Jake by OakJum9014


:iconpermenantmarkers: PermenantMarkers

Idk what to title this by PermenantMarkers


:iconpyonni: Pyonni

Smile Anime Kennel! by Pyonni


:iconmolecularart: molecularart

A Walk on the Edge by molecularart


:iconminionslayer: Minionslayer

Landscape 3 by Minionslayer


:icontutanvaly: tutanvaly

Exotic Garden by tutanvaly


:iconkurocyou: KuroCyou

Hiccup and Toothless by KuroCyou


:iconadarkrose: ADarkrose

Rimsky Korsakov by ADarkrose


:iconfenhung: FenHung

I guess I can't go then, huh? by FenHung


:iconaimeelouisesuggitt: AimeeLouiseSuggitt

Eye by AimeeLouiseSuggitt


:iconsasha-drug: Sasha-Drug

Space Face by Sasha-Drug


:iconespherio: Espherio

Eternity by Espherio


:iconahalteke: Ahalteke

Becquerel by Ahalteke


:iconaizenfree: Aizenfree

Spring of Floral Prosperity by Aizenfree


:iconyamio: Yamio

Sparkle Lesson [SPEEDPAINT] by Yamio


:iconluxiao: luxiao


:iconlupinegirl: LupineGirl

Random doodles by LupineGirl


:icontherosalina23: therosalina23

Miku-chan says hi! by therosalina23


:iconluizffl: LuizFFL

Drawing of a woman by LuizFFL


:iconmissstic-unicorn: Missstic-Unicorn

Subway by Missstic-Unicorn


:iconj-ham-art: j-ham-art

Consciousness (2014) by elevonART


:iconshierrr: Shierrr

Dark Unicorn by Shierrr


:icondark-comics: Dark-Comics

Jr Sketch (practice) by Dark-Comics


:icondantr: DanTR

{face study #1} Old Eyesight by DanTR


:iconyurikohyamaky: YurikohYamaky

Lava by YurikohYamaky


:iconhexsy: hexsy

Red Dancer by hexsy


:iconsuperplumpham: superplumpham

Nicole by superplumpham


:iconsunlazurine: SunLazurine

KyouAki by SunLazurine


:iconemmywithlove: EmmyWithLove

Guilty Pleasures by EmmyWithLove


:iconmikkabi: Mikkabi

Hongbin VIXX Voodoo Doll by Mikkabi


:iconfurryworld101: FurryWorld101

Mascot Contest: PAN by FurryWorld101


:iconsketchtheyordle: SketchTheYordle

BMO- First Product ever!!! by SketchTheYordle


:icontsukiharu: tsukiharu

HibiMomo - Feliz dia dos Namorados ! by tsukiharu


:iconjumbonebula: JumboNebula

I'm on my way by JumboNebula


:icontsuccino: Tsuccino

Cino and Koko by Tsuccino


:iconmissdoodlegirl: MissDoodleGirl

Nyan Nyan by MissDoodleGirl

Hey everyone! Thank you so much for taking a look at the works of our newest members. Please show your support by fav/comment/watching these talented artists and spread the love! I'm certain they would appreciate it :D We have some awesome newbies who really deserve the attention! 'Till next time!

:iconpinksakura66: (member relations manager)

Galleries Month


Photographic or computer generated images of textures.
crazy firework bokeh stock by ClarabellafaireStockTexture 575 by Sirius-sdz

Which includes:

  • Abstract

    Textures that are abstract and do not conform to traditional methods.
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    Textures that are out of focus with blurred points of light.
  • Fabric

    Textures that are textiles, fur, leather etc.
  • Flat

    Textures that are of flat surfaces, including tiled floors and walls.
  • Liquid

    Textures that have bubbles, ice, ripples, waves, whitecaps, etc.
  • Metallic

    Textures that have a metallic quality.
  • Organic

    Textures from nature such as leaves, feathers, dirt, etc.
  • Other

    Other texture types that do not fit into another texture sub-category.
  • Paper

    Textures of parchment, canvas, or paper that is plain, creased, inked, aged.
  • Rust

    Textures that are metallic and are at some point in the oxidation process.
  • Wood

    Textures that are wooden or mimic wood in that they have wood grains.