Clive Barker Has ChosenClive Barker Has Chosen2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Foreword by techgnotic
As usual, the number of submissions of candidate stories and poems for a special competition far exceeded the wildest expectations of the depthRADIUS editors and Clive Barker’s associates. The Master Fantasist was presented with the almost overwhelming Herculean task of choosing the narrative explication he thought best captured his “Men of the City” painting.
Clive has chosen TJBrown’s “Rush Hour” as best complement for “Men of the City.”
Paul Tobin's Scavenger HuntPaul Tobin's Scavenger Hunt2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Paul Tobin’s Scavenger Hunt PART 1
The White Wyrm by PaulTobin
The Hobbit: Inspirational Tutorials
Masterful Resources on DeviantArt
PaulTobin is a conceptual designer, illustrator and graphic designer who has worked at Weta Workshop of New Zealand since 2003.
He has worked on films such as Andrew Adamson’s The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, Peter Jackson’s King Kong and James Cameron’s Avatar and most recen
The Eclectic Career of Emily WarrenThe Eclectic Career of Emily Warren2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The Eclectic Career of Emily Warren
A Christmastastic Carol with Princess Bubblegum by emilywarrenart
DeevElliott, one of the editors of DeviantArt would like to, by way of introduction, shine a spotlight on one of our favorite veteran deviant artists and success stories, freelance illustrator Emily Warren (aka emilywarrenart.)
Since moving to Los Angeles with her husband from their na
Norman Rockwell, All American DeviantNorman Rockwell, All American Deviant3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Norman Rockwell, All American Deviant
Norman Rockwell Tribute by Sarafinconcepts
Few artists have so definitively reflected the lives of average Americans as Norman Rockwell.
He began his lifetime dedication to being the “America’s Illustrator” as the 19-year-old art editor for Boys’ Life, the house publication of the Boy Scouts of America. A few years later he assumed his more famous position at The Saturday Evening Post, though he never broke his ties with the Boy Scouts. His
How to draw during 365 daysHow to draw during 365 days3 weeks ago in Deviant Events More Like This
By the beginning of 2014 I started this account and uploaded a doodle a day during a year. It was the most challenging thing I ever did and it helped me loads on improving my art.
I've seen a lot of mentions on my inbox about artists that are starting their own 365 Days challenge and I want to write this journal to share what I've learned through my experience and maybe encourage some of you to join this long term journey.
It's okay to start simple!
My first doodles were waaay more simple than the other ones. If I had to start the project again I would still do them simple. Of course, starting this challenge is very exciting but it's a dead end if you put a heavy load on yourself at the beginning!
Focus on knowing your pace first. How much time does it take you to finish your drawings?