Zhang Jingna, Photographer:icontechgnotic:Zhang Jingna, Photographer4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Zhang Jingna (aka `zemotion) is an internationally renowned photographer and one of deviantART's most popular deviants. She's produced fashion editorials for magazines such as Harper's Bazaar, Elle, and L'Officiel, and her amazingly beautiful photography deviations rank as some of the most viewed pieces on deviantART. We recently caught up with `zemotion and asked what advice she'd offer fellow deviants and young artists.
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My Robin Williams storySince we're all sharing... MY ROBIN WILLIAMS memory is when I was working at the Disney/MGM studios Animation (Tour/Studio) in Florida and he came down to take a personal tour of our studio. (He was there for an event/publicity/vacation, can't remember). The tour part of our studio had a film called "Back to Neverland" that he was in and it taught how animation was done. It looped over and over all day long. He got a kick out of the fact that we had to hear him yelling and screaming all day long. At one point, I was shooting at the video animation set up and he came over to see what I was doing. I explained it and he couldn't stop looking at the tour of people going through on the other side of the glass. I explained that we looked at them as "moving wallpaper" an tried not to look at them directly. Not Robin. He was on stage and he immediately found a crazy hat to put on and was running around the place. Robin Williams exuded joy and its sad to hear it wasn't always in his heartMy Robin Williams story6 months ago in Personal More Like This
New Non Dark Art Group Now OpenPlease of you that have non dark art in your galerys that you want to share go to my new super group and join us >>>>> http://beauty-devine.deviantart.com/ :iconbeauty-devine: , Invite ony so note meNew Non Dark Art Group Now Open3 years ago in Personal More Like This
This is our sister group for all beautiful art as this is a dark group she is a light group opposites attract.
I hope to see many of you there and some offers to admin would be great to.
all stock artists are welcome.
And http://pencil-perfection.deviantart.com/ new sister for the not so dark traditional pencil /graphite art :iconpencil-perfection: anyone can apply
And to finish I have Just taken over :iconmagicmanipulations: for all manips styles
Thanks for reading
Autumn featureIt's been a long time since I've done a feature, so here a little autumn feature. The most pictures are recentAutumn feature3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Amanita Muscaria by Oer-Wout A Man. by andokadesbois Time has come by EliseEnchanted Enter the forest by bebefromtheblock autumn leaf II by Orwald :thumb264343118:
Polish Forests. by MateuszPisarski Automnale. by andokadesbois Ghostly by Angie-Pictures Autumn by ValentinaKallias
Have a nice day
Idiots:iconl0wlif3furry: is the biggest retard going on the web. He can read this all he wants, but he cannot comment here. He has called me a liar and argued with me one too many times on something he clearly knows nothing about. I correct him on pictures he uploads and labels incorrectly. There are other car enthusiasts here who are watched by me that post work and sometimes see me correct them. They typically show me why I am wrong if it is a foreign car that I am not as familiar with or nod and tell me I did a good job as well as giving thanks.Idiots7 months ago in Personal More Like This
With this guy, each and every time I corrected him, he argued with me. Instead of looking to see if I was right, he just out and out said I was lying and that I was wrong and he'd say that the owner told him what it was every single time. Owners may be car stupid, but they are not nearly as stupid as he thinks they are. Particularly when the information is on fucking Carfax. The plate either matches to the approximate vehicle or
Robin Williams, Depression, and a Thank YouI honestly didn’t mean to come back so suddenly, but the news from earlier today just hit home very hard and I felt the need to say something to y’all.Robin Williams, Depression, and a Thank You6 months ago in Personal More Like This
Robin Williams Passes Away
Robin Williams passes away today at the relatively young age of 63. The earliest reports so far seem to confirm that it was a suicide by asphyxiation. He had been battling severe depression for quite some time now, and it seems that it ultimately did him in. Robin Williams was one of the first actors who’s career I began to follow as a kid, owing largely to his involvement in Disney’s Aladdin as the Genie.
I remember a story Stephen Spielberg told about when he was filming Schindler’s List. While over in Germany, Robin Williams would call Stephen up every night to tell him a joke because the story of Schindler’s List was so depressing and difficult to film Stephen needed the pick-me-ups.
It’s incredibly sad that Robin ultimately took his own life lik
Join a SOPA and PIPA debate What are SOPA and PIPA?Join a SOPA and PIPA debate3 years ago in Personal More Like This
The United States Congress is proposing two laws that address the problem of wide-scale unlicensed distribution on the Internet of motion pictures, songs, trademarked goods, and patented pharmaceuticals.
One of the proposals is called SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and would direct search engines in the United States to block Internet sites outside the United States that are primarily engaged in distributing unlicensed content.Another proposal called PIPA (Protect IP Act) would block websites located in the United States as well.The Obama administration is putting a stop to these proposals. It wants the Internet companies and the content companies to get together and come up with more functional and less destructive solutions.
500 points Giveaway!!Hello everyoneeee!! How are you doing?? Omg it's been a few months since I last wrote a journal I've been swamped by university between final exams and reports to hand in! I was supposed to be done with it all by today but alas I still have a few reports overdue that I have to hand in tomorrow... I am completely stressed out!500 points Giveaway!!1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
But not all of it was bad in this first month of the year...! On January 1st the incredibly sweet Gwendolyn12 gave me my 4th Daily Deviation on the piece that I hold the closest to my heart:
. . . I will wait for you . . .
:iconcryforeverplz: :iconcryforeverplz: :iconcryforeverplz: :iconcryforeverplz: I seriously had no words to describe just HOW MUCH BLISS it brought to my tiny heart ;___; I made this piece well over a year ago and I still think it's the best one in my gallery. People tell me my pieces can convey feelings to them but this is the only piece in my gallery that can actually make ME cry..
The real story behind devART :t::h::e: :f::a::i::r::y: :t::a::l::e:The real story behind devART12 years ago in Personal More Like This
The story of deviantART, as most know it, goes like this. Once upon a time the yellow alien :jark: and a pug were sitting around thinking, hey it would be great to create a massive online art community wouldn't it? And then the yellow alien went off and wrote thousands of lines of alien code, and the pug ran around telling all his friends about this great new art site they had to check out. And when the alien was done coding, he told all his alien friends to come too! Once they'd all arrived, this heavenly new community came about and we all lived happily ever after. Until people started "first posting" and what not. But that's another story.
But not quite.
Actually, there was a lot more to it that couldn't be discussed until now. Like the fact that there were always three deviantART co-founders, not two. That deviantART was wholly owned by DMusic Network, LLC, and then Lynx Technology Group,
Holiday Card Project 2014Holiday Card Project 20143 months ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
The deviantART #HolidayCardProject is back for its 8th year! With the goal of bringing a bit of holiday cheer to patients in the hospital during the holiday season, the Holiday Card Project connects artists from around the world, applying their tremendous artistic abilities to designing and creating uplifting holiday cards.
In 2013 alone, the Project received more than 5,000 cards sent in by more than 2,000 deviants from 60 different countries/political regions. Cards were then divvied up and distributed by deviantART members to local Los Angeles hospitals, with additional cards given to various hospitals in the U.S. and abroad for deviantART volunteers and hospital staff members to hand out to patients.
The idea behind the Holiday Card Project is simple: do something nice for others. However, if you're looking for even more incentive, every deviant who sends in a card will