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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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Since im sorta board right now I will be doing free OC ponies!
My Purple Bullet - F2U! -optional
Rose Red Bullet - F2U! -not aloud
Rainbow Dot Bullet - F2U! -mandatory

My Purple Bullet - F2U! -if you can, pls tip me? in my donation pool? (trying to save up for a new icon!)
My Purple Bullet - F2U! -llama?
Rose Red Bullet - F2U! - gore, nudity mature subject
Rose Red Bullet - F2U! -stealing someone else' OC
Rainbow Dot Bullet - F2U! -MUST BE UR OWN OC!
Rainbow Dot Bullet - F2U! -FAVE THIS JOURNAL!
some examples of my work!
Rainbow Color for l-Gotta-Believe by cadencetheflamehaze

Etosama for Etosama (art trade) by cadencetheflamehaze

bella blitz this is for you danna! by cadencetheflamehaze

Drake for DragonSword03 by cadencetheflamehaze

Cloud Puff for cookie--Bear by cadencetheflamehaze

A present for vezley by cadencetheflamehaze

Saphire Stone for pony hearted by cadencetheflamehaze

RFF #25 (Extra Large)

Journal Entry: Tue Aug 26, 2014, 7:29 PM
Super extra-large Recent Favorites Feature this time! Enjoy! :)

The Firebird by fatal-kitty
Structures From Silence by MoodyBlue
just the two of us by Mysterykids
Leaving for a Wonderland by brietolga
Day of Ghosts by LunaVelobeth
Queen of Autumn by JennyLe88
Martyrium by Iskander1989
Hell Entrance by MelodyPictures
illuminati by MazenDesignes
The Bone Witch by ColourRiot
Son of the Moon and Earth by TaniaART
Innocence by yellowicous
Welcome To Hell by Lolita-Artz
Warrior by IrKos
Purgatory by a-pretty-white-lie
Whatever She Wants by Flobelebelebobele
Sleeping Beauty by Gwendolyn1
City of Music by MirellaSantana
Illusion by Brumae-Art
Serenade of Self-Destruction by Celtica-Harmony
Celestial Warrior II by Jaffar-ps
W(ar)ning by whyou
You can come now Mr. Wolf by LordVenomTLD
Cold Rage by shiny-shadows-Art
Thinking Fae by JiaJenn31
Lotus by digitalessandra
Oblivion by ElementOfOne1
Hunting by lombrascura
The Forgotten by alexnoreaga
Vodyanitsa by IvannaDark
No Angel by nina-Y
Mother Of Dragons by Whendell
Soul on fire by MirellaSantana
October by xhanthi
Fhg453zvc378gj6 by Softyrider62
wanderer by KarinaMarks
The Crows Nest by gill2013
Follow me to my castle by Quantmn
Underwater city by inSOLense
Omega(color) by MariaSemelevich
Ninth rebirth by DeeDeezz
Ignis Returns by KassidyBeth123
A Beautiful Tragedy by PakinamElBanna
Fallen Angel by Anarielhime
Great Enchantress. by MariaSemelevich

The Muses Love Alternatives, CXIII

Wed Aug 27, 2014, 8:26 AM

RAGE by marcusgravus   Fading by SValentina98   Power of Your Hair by Bojan1558

Violist by ryoung

Flamenco Fire by ryoung   Emotional Awakening by ryoung

Nude I by LosOjosNegros

movement by anschblack   hand in hand by m-lucia

Esra by kemal-kamil-akca

hand in hand in hand by m-lucia

El Tango de Roxanne scene from "Moulin Rouge"


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ProjectPorkchop Vol362

Wed Aug 27, 2014, 4:21 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.


Krzysztof is a professional traditional artist from Poland. His technique is heavily influenced by the polish painter Zdzisław Beksiński, who is his inspiration. He classifies his works as surrealism or "magic realism" and his works are simply awe-inspiring! He uses a glaze technique which is very difficult but the color and depth he achieves is well worth the effort! This artist is a must add to your watchlist!

Blue coat, K. Heksel, oil paint, fiberboard by KrzysztofHekselfale, KHeksel, olej na plycie pilsniowej by KrzysztofHeksel
DÅ‚onie, KHeksel, olej na plycie pilsniowej by KrzysztofHekselLegs, oil paints, fibreboard, 80cm x 60cm by KrzysztofHeksel

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Camille is a varied hobbyist from the United States. She is passionate about fantasy art and gaming and creates beautiful desktop wallpapers. If you are a fan of Skyrim, you will definitely want to pay her gallery a visit! Her digital paintings are nicely rendered with great intensity and lots of action! Camille is brand new to DeviantART, so lets make her feel welcome!

Solitude Landscape by Sabukano2Riften Pier by Sabukano2
Sovengarde (Warm) by Sabukano2Sovengarde inside by Sabukano2

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Carol is a traditional artist from the United States. She enjoys painting in the style of surrealism while incorporating some influence of horror and the macabre. Her color palette is very soft and not overpowering and her brush strokes add wonderful texture to her paintings. She also has a small collection of very humorous ink drawings which are sure to put a smile on your face! Carol is a real sweetheart too, so make sure you stop by and say will be glad you did!

All About Me by ClamdiggyMy Cloneliness Engulps Me by Clamdiggy
Fire-Elemental Woman by ClamdiggyLimbo by Clamdiggy

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Mikko is a hobbyist artist from Finland who works in the film and animation industry. He is also a very talented photographer and captures some wonderful natural landscapes as well as street images. His emotive portraits are very nicely staged and he chooses his models and wardrobe very well. The high contrast adds great dramatic effect as well! Be sure to visit his gallery today and leave some feedback!

Milla - The Steampunk Girl by hmcindieStadium Light - Helsinki - Fall 2013 by hmcindie
Water from combs by hmcindieGalaxy twirl by hmcindie

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VB is a varied professional artist from the Netherlands with a very unique hobby! He restores pieces of old furniture and turns them into beautiful and fully functional artwork! He predominantly works in the styles of Brocante, Decoupage, Shabby Chic and Vintage, among others. He believes in making furniture unique and says "Old furniture tells a story, with a future that is yours to be part of...Forget modern mass produced furniture, believe in the possibilities of owning something as individual as you are!"

Vintage Brocante Chat Noir stools by VintageBrocanteLondon Calling decoupage 3 piece tables by VintageBrocante
London Phone box Decoupage by VintageBrocanteVintage Brocante pin up reclaimed coffee table by VintageBrocante

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August 17.2014. Interview 40.

Journal Entry: Wed Aug 27, 2014, 12:55 AM


Today interview with RiccardoClerici from Italy, at dA : 7 months.

Cathedral by RiccardoClericiCrazy Window by RiccardoClerici

:bulletblue: 1 Which type of art are You creating ?
RiccardoClerici - Actually I am most active as photographer. But I’ve been a musician for over 20 years. When I was 30, I decided to go to a school of arts because I wanted to learn how to draw. And I also wrote poems sometimes.

Holidays 6 by RiccardoClericiTutu by RiccardoClerici

:bulletblue: 2 Why this kind of art ?
RiccardoClerici - To be honest, I do not know…I just leave things flow out of me. I’m a sorta of vehicle. And every single thing I do: poetry, music, drawing, photography, reflect a state of mind. As I told, I’ve been a punk rocker for a long time. Since my last band’s split in 2010. Then a friend of mine who, at that time, used to study at the art academy in Milan saw my pictures and she told me that I have a good eye…That day a new chapter of my life begun.

Visiting the Ghost Town Consonno by RiccardoClericiBehind bars by RiccardoClerici

:bulletblue: 3 When did You started create Your art?
RiccardoClerici - Quite young…at 14-15 I wrote my first songs and poems. But the first music lessons I took, I was a kid: 5-6 YO. But I didn’t really like the way the classical music teacher use to teach…too much discipline and no space for fantasy and creativity. I was, already at that age, a volcano of ideas ready to explode and used to feel a burning desire to do something mine…I didn’t want to be a copy of someone. I used to say…”Ok, I may play Per Elisa on the piano but…why? This does not reflect anything of me…where is art here? Beethoven wrote this beautiful piece of music, not me...” My Grandfather and my mother were musical teachers and probably used to see in me an half failure. At least, until I began to realize my stuff by myself. It’s only a pity that I couldn’t had the opportunity to show something to my grandpa, as he died long time ago, when I was 12.

The Sky...Inside by RiccardoClericiSan Galgano Cathedral by RiccardoClerici

:bulletblue: 4 What kind of art do You like to watch the most?
RiccardoClerici - I mostly like pictures took around, with people who do not know to be in a picture. I like to see lives caged into frames. And also erotic arts and some nudes are not bad at all. Sometimes depends from the photographers…to be more or less explicit…I like shadows on female bodies. Not gynecological close ups.

Dragonfly by RiccardoClericiLeopard Butterfly by RiccardoClerici

:bulletblue: 5 What is Your inspiration?
RiccardoClerici - It may come from everywhere and from everyone. Sometimes I just have an idea…and it bugs me until I realize it. Or I see a girl that I didn’t neither know and she capture my fantasy.
Classic dancers, you can’t imagine how is hard to look natural. Try to smile standing on one leg keeping the other next by your face.  I have a lot of respect for what these girls do. They do it for passion…and you can feel it strong.

Freedom..? by RiccardoClerici

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Daily Lit Recognition for August 27th, 2014

We are proud to feature today's Daily Literature Recognition!

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Please comment and :+fav: the features and congratulate the artists!


Suggested by: saevuswinds

Featured by: TwilightPoetess

Map to Creativity's CoveStart in a life raft
to escape self-doubt’s screeching sirens.
Glide through your mind’s current.
Lift and sink oars into waves
until you dip deep enough.
You will bob up
and down,
the brackish scent of brine
filling your nostrils.
Dehydration will force you to drink it in.
Sip sea water until
salt stings each taste bud
saliva dribbling with saline as you try
to survive.
Spew out what’s left in a shower of spit
and keep going.
Waves will lick your boat
until it’s soaked enough to swallow
and as your lifeline succumbs to the slam of the sea
you will be alone.
You’re scared
to tread the water of your mind
because you know the hours lurk like piranha,
snapping at bare ankles.
Kick your legs.
Stay afloat.
Paddle until your muscles ache.
Bits of shells will stab your skin.
Sopping soil will clump on your knees.
But know that the pain of sand grains under nails
just means you’ve finally reached the shore.

Map to Creativity's Cove by sheep1215

From the suggester: Expertly crafted, this deviation 
has lovely imagery that I 
enjoyed reading over and over again.

Suggested by: Naktarra

Featured by: chromeantennae

Sexone time at school
I was dancing down the hall,
and I was telling a friend of mine
about how virginity is not a flower,
but rather it is an orchard, bearing fruit
ripe enough to entice Eve
and as our mouths began to water a teacher stopped me
and told me that the words I spoke
were a sin to school halls,
and I told her that the true sin
was a teaching about how Christopher Columbus
a rapist and a murderer
was depicted as some sort of savior of
And of course that could not be so
what with moral absolutism
a rapist could not be a Messiah
a rapist could not be a hero and the teacher just looked at me,
asking me
"isn't it just sex?
isn't it?"

Sex by TheStoyTeller

Suggester says: A really sweet poem 
that challenges the common views that are 
taught in the school system. It's just sex, right?


Featured by:SpriteBlayde

The Red RoomIt was the custom to hold seances in the parlour – a delightfully old-fashioned room full of blood-red, velvet antimacassars, cushion covers and curtains, as could usually be viewed in some sort of Victorian museum. The red contrasted with the pale faces of six people clustered round the largish square table (its legs draped with the same red velvet, to preserve its modesty, as was the custom of the aforementioned era). Yet this was 2014.  
    Perhaps the ambience was important; the darkened room and candles added to it, as did the fear on the faces of those present waiting to contact someone from ‘beyond’. Expectation added to it even more, for six of those present had sat in similar seances. Yet there was a seventh, one who was a disbeliever. Why was she here then? Lottie thought it a huge joke and basically was curious as to how these things were conducted – she was just fifteen and had begged her aunt to be allowed to join in the ‘fun

The Red Room by shelleypalmer

Haunting and a great lesson.

Featured by: Naktarra

RomanticizingShe approached him as he sat on the bed. Her knee pushed into the plush foam, sagged due to the abuse of over use. Her digits entwined as her elbows rested on his shoulders. The pressure sunk him into the doughy mattress.
“Romanticizing are we?”
His lips were parted; his eyes stared blankly at the cold wall. It was a cold blank wall, no paint ever applied to peel away, no picture ever hung to be taken off. It took a moment for his lips to connect, for him to clear his throat and mind, and reply.
“Not really… just wondering about the possibilities of where we could be…”
Her arms slid forward as her hands pressed gently into his chest, feeling each heave, each tingle that his body had to offer. However there wasn’t much to offer. He was calm, composed; his breaths left her hands to satisfy themselves with the bare minimum. But bare minimum was what they had always had.
“Isn’t that what we call romanticizing?” She chuckled as now

Romanticizing by NotenSMSK

A wickedly written story that 
leaves you thinking about the true 
meaning behind, “Romanticizing, are we?”

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Skin by SimplySilent
Hi my Lovelies... hope you are being creative!
These traditional troves are meant to reach
out to people who may not have had enough
exposure in their works, I feature art work 
from the 'newest - traditional' feature of DA's
search, I hope that whomever looks at these 
will learn from them or merely fave/
comment/'watch' the featured artist's work
So until next time.. SEE YA! :wave:



division by monsieur-arlequinGold by Girdiuklittle red riding hood by voteforpralka
home sweet home by HaruKoonPerfect World by JeannieMarie33


Zombie by marjoriechantreCeramic hanging light by MozDollNow sculpting GAMERA by murali1414
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Galleries Month


Cartoons refers to art styles suited to representing abstractions of reality; that is, exaggerated or otherwise non-realistic visual aesthetic. This idea is most prominent as it's easily understood, but to exact "cartoons" further is to probe some more - especially in the context of comics. Cartoons and comics share a close and complimentary relationship in visual communication, being especially true to sequential art among other forms of narrative in illustration. This understanding is an area of scholary interest due to the increasing acceptance of analogies being established between written & visual communication - highlighting the way in which sequential images actually constitute a visual language.

On deviantART:

Commentary in abundance about comics and cartoons individually is justly avoidable in the context deviantART categories; the explanation is better defined by a more concise descriptor to be explained without embellishment and in plain terms. Although the category "Cartoons & Comics" appears to distinguish the two at first glance, this isn't the case to the extent that you might expect. There are subtle differentiations between sequential and illustrative types of artwork but they're unified under the same heading which aims to marry them rather than the contrary.

There are many interlacing traits of comics and cartoons such as with the dynamic styles of cartooning lending effectively towards pictorial depictions in storytelling. In turn, corresponding art styles are used to accentuate the storytelling within a myriad of genres in comic books. Hence, cartooning as a form of illustration in comic books is of huge prevalence.

Below are examples from the Comics & Cartoons category; using the differentiation of pages/strips next to drawings/paintings - the main contextual differences from the submissions menu process:


Ratchet and Clank: Into The Nexus by CreatureBox Norse God of Thunder by CoranKizerStone with a walking fish by tonysandoval Bravest Warriors #11 by tysonhesse weird samurai? by Adrianfd


Adventure Time #17 by oxboxer The Technicolor OCT Round 1-1 by kozispoon NECROPOLIS III by JakeWyatt ruthar 2 by Djetho Batman and Hellboy by ChristopherStevens TMNT cvr by JHarren


As you see, some deviations could fit comfortably in both "comics" and "cartoons" within the category; this highlights the relationship between them which creates a grey area between the most pronounced ends of the small spectrum. Just like art exists in a wider sense, our category for Cartoons & Comics is one that is actively evolving as a particularly fast-paced industry and overall movement. As your CV for this gallery, I hope to sustain your trust during my term - so that should you find yourself to query something - anything - then you can be encouraged to seek my help.
Keep rockin', gang.

Best of the month 02 + personal update

Journal Entry: Wed Aug 27, 2014, 11:27 AM

Hello,my darlings :smooch: :iconfishieplz:
I've been so busy lately,hardly any time to just sit around, saw about 50 bands this summer,maybe more,some concerts and festivals,inside Romania but mostly abroad , Metal of course :D and some operas in Bucharest with my brother,we're crazy about the opera :D but also I made him come to Amon Amarth and Arch Enemy and he's mad about them now.. he was always into grunge and alternative stuff and always teased me about being a metalhead :giggle:

Had no time for digital art.. painted some things and gave them as presents,sew some Romanian traditional blouses and gave them as presents as well to my dearest two girls in the world, my best friends :D

aaand another thing.. I`m mad about Bruno Pelletier , a Canadian singer, since I saw him in April in Paris ... such a warm and amazing voice , he shares his birthday with Bruce Dickinson, 7th August and my zodiacal sign, maybe that`s a reason for such an attraction and French, omg I love French, I`m currently re-learning it :giggle:

I recently changed my status from a miss to a mrs , if you know what I mean :giggle:

I'm very healthy and having a great time all the time, such a wonderful life, it may be getting harder, but I will always have this :D

Take care,my dear friends :smooch: :hug:

The best of the month from the groups I manage !!!


:iconglory-of-nature: :iconwelovenature::iconnaturephotographs:

Just listen to this

MG 2938v2 Morgan by nullbymouthForest Goddess by AnnesternNeo Geisha by LovinaYavariMidnightrouge by Lobagalore

Cross Of Thunder by EstrudaOn Her Bed Of Dead Leaves by LavitaDistressNoirerora by Kellerfee:: Time to feed my puppies :: by Sangrde

Cliffs Of Moher, Ireland by MavorsPLStar Shower by QuestaviaUnderneath the Glacier by porbitalThree Musketeers by PawelUchorczak

Another day in paradise by MarvinDiehlVespertine by EmmmBeeeJungle girl #2 by ohlopkovTatry (469) by aallen96

Here I am, once again... by dashakernRed Nirvana by DMMDesignDiversion by DMMDesign*** by Fatalv

  • Mood: Aroused
  • Listening to: Bruno Pelletier - Vivre sa vie
  • Drinking: water