Beadwork feature - Easter Bead Easter Bunny - baby pink by hermitworm Beaded by lacamisanegra Autumn egg by LentaMebiusa-chan eastercard1 by lisacrofts Beaded egg 6 by lovebiser Easter Eggs Matching Bracelet and Earrings by malikamustang Easter Egg Blue by Mirzelle Is it easter? by NiennaVernet Beaded Egg - Shades of Pink by SusanClinkscales Peyote Easter Choker by teh-dino Flamboyant Egg by thecontessinaBeadwork feature - Easter2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Loom work Square stitch Ladder stitch Brick stitch Peyote stitch Tubular Peyote stitch Herringbone stitch Right angle weave
7 Things to My Younger Self [regarding art1. See cool art? Awesome, use it as a form of inspiration. Even if they are "better than you", there's no need to make up some sort of silent rivalry or become discouraged by their skill. You are only hindering yourself by doing so. Study it! Learn from it!7 Things to My Younger Self [regarding art3 months ago in Personal More Like This
2. Use references. It's ok to do so.
3. Nothing is new under the sun. Your ideas are only a wild mash-up of the things you expose yourself to. With that said, explore!
4. Art isn't a contest. Don't worry about becoming better than so-and-so, or going from stick figures to Leonardo overnight. Go at your own pace. The road of improvement is half the fun, so enjoy the ride.
5. Draw what you want, but don't keep yourself in your comfort zone. Progress isn't made standing still.
6. Your "style" [which is merely a collection of drawing habits] will change. Don't worry about it, just draw!
7. $1,000 programs, $500 tablets, $5,000 computers are only tools!! Just because you have PhotoShop CS version 10000 and a Wacom Pen-Touch-Mindread Supe
Still Life Spotlight Vol. 1ShadowinLight'sStill Life Spotlight Vol. 12 years ago in Personal More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 1
Secret Hearts v2 by Cute-And-Bright
Coffee rain by blueanto
a single rose to rise the soul by Minchee
How About We Share a Cup by goRillA-iNK
Gods and Monsters by lostknightkg
Dream Catcher by 57RIK3R
Merry Snowday by Lady-Tori
splash II by sdfphotography
Words On a Page 2 by Identifyed-Khaos
cups 2 by amoremia99
In a cold afternoon by Alessia-Izzo
Mirror to the soul by m-e-a-d-o-w
Delicious Turkish lights I by iAiisha
- Cupcakes - by ioanaalexandra
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Miedzywodzie 11 by white-white morning landscape 39 by wienwal
Some colour for the sunset by Ilharess Golde mist and one lost sheep by steinliland I shall return by Stridsberg
Hibernation by soulofautumn87 on the sea.. by tuminka Horizon by soulofautumn87
.: Post Mortem :. by oguzceng Refill by IvanAndreevich The Falls 2 by xavierrey
A Day At The Beach Pt. 1 by EintoeRn BLUE by K-E-I-T about Dreaming by warnaiman
.alike. by tarpeia Tracteur sur la plage by Yannersatz s t o r m by MaphiuLuta
trees... by impatienssGrey and Orange II by Nelleke colorfall III by LarsVanDeGoor
t r e e by MaphiuLuta Scarlet Forest by Nelleke Trees and the menace of night by LaMusaTriste
Misty forest by porbital Autumn by DaniDeephoto :thumb272536440:
Against The Grain by TaNgeriNegreeN1986 We Used To Vacation by P0RG Say Hello Wave Goodbye by TaNgeriNegreeN1986
Field by white-white Almost gone by EmilStojek :thumb208606700:
Yellow field by jup3nep dance of the rushes by sassaputzin Goettingen, The Signs by alierturk
.: love is everywhere :. by GokhanKaraag If I could say I love you by MarcinBera S e r p e n t by 4lexandr0s
Leviathan by MichalKownacki :thumb266837057: Ad Infinitum by MichalKownacki
blue way by EbruSidar Waving Boat by soulofautumn87 spark by MustafaDedeogLu
Voyage 31 by realityDream :thumb142756634: everlasting gaze XIII by Ditze
The Road by FrosinaIlievska :thu
between here and therebetween here and there2 years ago in Personal More Like This
at the end 4 by nybruger Chandra by Dream-traveler
the polluter by andreapun run away by RamonaG r.2 by lemura
explosion by kle-m Suffocate by KayleighJune casualities. by angelcurls
witchcraft 1 by my2candy easily by CATHERINAS 87655787 by aleksandra88
Heaven knows by anticuus Simo. by Dasvidanya zona by joannarasta
walk with me by alexkatana without a voice by disies 2012.2.015 by y5y6
untitled by i-m-light :thumb135830155: :thumb281747576:
:thumb290247420: may by arayo :thumb87462335:
515 by Grinch7 butter is vinegar by GOnFriday 329 by Anelise0s
Echoes of schizophrenia by xHIMSOULSx 03.01 by Merube Selfportrait 22 by Mezig
66 by Bela01 There she stood in the doorway by LaMusaTriste Evidence by intao
exposure -2 by aR-Ka inseparable by shamanski Training of melancholy by Kleemass
swing II by nowaryesblack forest by PSIHEYA Love changing everything by amsterdam-jazz
Saphira's first flight by NotBlackEnough :thumb284415141: walking... by Kaarmen
14 by martastokrotka I can see but once I was blind [II] by VernonTrent About the Blind by Lissuin
::get out:: by dpavlov Carapace by KizukiTamura A Clockwork Orange by SebastienTabuteaud
11 by IPalis Julan 2 by JazzYourSoul :thumb278
Lots of bitching...I haven't been on DA all that much lately due to work commitments, but it seems like every time I log on here people are bitching about this, bitching about that.Lots of bitching...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Look, at the end of the day, this site provides a service. You can choose to pay for it, or you can choose to not pay for it. It works either way. If you really don't like it, not only should you not pay for it, but don't use it. No one is forcing you to.
It seems like a lot of people seem to think that being a member of this site gives them ownership of it. It doesn't. Be grateful it exists. Be happy that it is (now) profitable. For a long time it wasn't. The people who work on it deserve to make some money - they work hard.
If you don't agree with any of this, I think you're lacking in perspective. There's nothing keeping you here if you don't want to be. I think DA does a great job of listening to a vast community and trying to make changes to please it's members. It can't be incredibly dynamic and flexible to accomodate e
Depthcore XLIII - "TIME"The Depthcore Collective is proud to release it's 43rd themed chapter exhibition, "TIME". As we near our 10th anniversary, this seems to be an appropriate subject for us as a collective to reflect upon. Ten years have passed by, and the students and teenagers who once populated the group are gone, replaced by full time freelance artists, independent small-business owners and focussed creative professionals. Finding the time (oh, the puns are endless with this theme) to create these Chapters has become increasingly difficult.Depthcore XLIII - "TIME"2 years ago in Personal More Like This
And yet, here we are, with one of our largest collections in the past few years. It certainly came together slowly - after the excitement of our presentation at OFFF and our first exhibition here in New York City the come down from the highs of travelling and showing to the reality of starting over to create a