Imagine FX Magazin Cover Art and Workshop.Hey Guys, For those who are not familiar with Imagine FX Magazines, they are general aimed at different categories of digital art. I'm happy to have participated in the making of the recent manga issue with many great artist and staff.: ) I worked on the cover and I also provided the magazine with a tutorial and a video walk through of my progress. If you guys are interested or curious in checking it out, please click------>http://www.imaginefx.com/02287754331517934398/imaginefx-85.htmlImagine FX Magazin Cover Art and Workshop.3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
ps. The magazine also comes with a DVD which has a bunch of brushes that I used in the makings of the cover.
I'll be reposing the cover for the magazine sometime later, this time I've gotten permission form them to post it on DA : )
Favorite Submissions of the Week (VII)Glorious seventh week of our feature!Favorite Submissions of the Week (VII)2 years ago in Personal More Like This
And sunburned my neck yesterday while working in the farm, it sure burns now!
Anyway, we'll start with Craft this time.
There's a lot of interesting crafts coming in lately, and I can see our craft artists like to add some steampunk element into their designs.
So, April comes and what does this month mean to you? How do you see this specific month?
I'll be creating a new weekly system where you can submit and share us more new stuffs, soon!
Group Feature (15th April 2013)
Steampunk Alice Caterpillar by aurora-boredomalis
Heavy Metal by KsenyaDesign Harrier Jump-Jet Display Model by LacheV Creeper Critter Jenny by Si3art
Feature Time! EnjoyFeature Time!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
'Der Adler' by J-u-d-a-s Session of Spiritism by frenchfox I gave you my heart by Shades-Of-Lethe OEDIPUS AND THE SPHINX.. by chryssalis WINDBLOWN by chryssalis Angels Cry by LUCILALEYLA :thumb362511672: Hey ho Captain Jack by InArtCreation Leftover by katiousa15 Mythical Creatures by BiBiARTs Land to the East by VicEberly Winterly attack by YBsilon Underdark by Aeon-Lux Dragons Nest by SweediesArt Ian Malcolm: From Chaos by VampireHungerStrike It burns inside by emanrabiah Willow II by milenkadelic Lodestar by SilEnigmaArts :thumb363481117: Rainy City by DusanMalobabic Reborn by telthona The ancient columns by KPEKEP Lackadaisy Moonshine by tracyjb trapped inside by depyy Dwarf Cavern by TheMonkey-DavidLanza Adherance by Adherance Broken Glass And Spring Shower by xReissa Need a Dentist by Flobelebelebobele Cadence by Nelleke :thumb364550130: Escapism by Nelleke Temple of Fire by kevywk The Shadow Of A Day by MoodyBlue Drooling danger by zippo514 Connection by yuumei
Don't Panic! Prep The TARDIS! Call The Banners!Watch depthRADIUSDon't Panic! Prep The TARDIS! Call The Banners!8 months ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
DeviantART Presents Artists’ Alley
The heavy metal enchanted trace leukocytes (midichlorians) that course through the systems of all deviants are coming to life as internal compasses begin to all bend all time and space in one direction, to one set of co-ordinates, to one ultimate destination:
It’s that time of year again. Pass your Voight-Kampff test, grab your OTP and patch up your sunken ships. COMIC-CON 2014 is nigh.
Blade Runnerby chrisfkn
Artists on Writers - No. 2, Charles BukowskiArtists on Writers - No. 2, Charles Bukowski2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Issue No. 2|Archives
If the severely acne-scarred face and coarse exterior brought on by his alcoholic and depressed life was the book cover of his being, then Charles was the ultimate book that could not be judged by its cover.
The exquisite collection that was this everyman artist’s art consisted of thousands of poems, hundreds of short stories and six novels—mostly all wrenchingly autobiographical, mostly all about moments of epiphany and grace in an otherwise miserable and unhappy existence. The perfect explication of the common man's deepest truth; it's not easy to be here.
Unvarnished and brutal blunt force trauma underlined with hope, beauty, longing, and love.
Therein lies the power of his poet
Collection: The Warrior and the MageCollection: The Warrior and the Mage2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The Warrior and the Mage
“Preys of the thirst of blades and hunger of spells, what are we but witnesses of a war of two? Steel cloaks the hills as mist rises from the seas, and the night grows bright from shining swords and enchanted words. Whose blood will it be on the meadows, whose cry will echo the victory? When the drums are put to sleep, who will rule between the warrior and the mage?”
— HtBlack of theWrittenRevolution
Feature. In the streets.I wanted to test out doing a feature.Feature. In the streets.3 years ago in Personal More Like This
These are my fav street photos out of my fav street photos folder!
..so basically my favourite of favourite street photos so far
Street in the Puddle II by Sulde Sounds of light by SilverScreened ...praha XVI... by roblfc1892 Little life. by mylittlebluesky Boston: The Backstreet. by inbrainstorm A man on The way . by Ahmedoow Young Photographer by rh89 forgotten for a while by disies old picture by eileenvanuitert Fog by Tamerlana Upside-Down by DamienVassart Dream Ride. by magnesina Le journal - Block DXXX by bwiti chocolaterie. by magnesina Pushkin gallery by Tamerlana Rainy Days by sup3r-Xer0 Chasing pavements by iNeedChemicalX 215478 by Djoe the city by andyietok our concept of what we call time by ConceptualMiracles Stop Watch by siddhartha19 Baku on her mind by seloart 1rst snow by Misslulu07 Ghost Children. by PhotographyPaulineR IMG 6057 copy by h20baby93 185.365 by ByLaauraa La messagere by ambrosia3 Exposed Through Overexposure by PEN-at-Work Never Say Never by Beerlogoff IMG 5663 copy by h20baby93 IMG 5197 copy by h20baby93 Malpa by SarahSpielman Farewell Summer by anna-earwen 162.365 by ByLaauraa My December by incolor16 Boston: Cedar Line Way. by inbrainstorm I'm done with you by adrianismyname New York I by xa-xa-xa :thumb19957622
Freedom In The 50 States P.O. LibtardsThe Mercatus Center, a libertarian think-tank, released its analysis of the 50 states and where they rank in personal and economic freedom.Freedom In The 50 States P.O. Libtards2 years ago in Personal More Like This
The Mercatus Center
The freest state in the union, surprisingly enough, was North Dakota, which scored exceptionally well on fiscal and regulatory policy with low taxes and government debt--it's high government spending none withstanding.
While the freest state may come as a shocker, the two least freest states should come as no surprise.
The least freest state? New York.
No! Really?! The state where Michael "Big Brother" Bloomberg is mayor over an anti-soft drink, anti-gun, anti-smoking, anti-formula feeding, :iconfluttershysqueeplz:-t
The Big ConspiracyHey folks! Do you want to learn the truth? You know? The truth! About 9/11. JFK. The moon landing. The Holocaust. Pearl Harbor. Obama's birth certificate. Hurricane Sandy. Sandy Hook. The Bible. The United Nations. The Elements of Harmony.The Big Conspiracy2 years ago in Personal More Like This
So do you want the truth? The whole truth? Nothing but the truth? So help you God?
Well, you can't handle the truth!
But in all seriousness, the truth is out there, and the truth will set you free!
So do you want the truth? A grain of truth? The gospel truth? The honest to goodness truth?
Do you want the truth that THEY are hiding from us? You know? THEM! The Illuminati. NWO. Skull and Crossbones. Freemasons. Knights Templar. Zionists. Satanists. Reptilians. Bilderbergs. Rockefellers. Koch Brothers. George Soros. Team Rocket. The Borg. Queen Chrysalis.
Do you want to uncover the truth and expose their lies? Do you? DO YOU?
Well study this chart
Yellow feature & a DD <3! A little surprise when I woke up this morning and checked my mobile.Yellow feature & a DD <3!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I had more fav's than normal & comments.
When the comment's said congratulations for the DD!!
I had a what???!? moment.
I want to thank shelldevil for the DD & all the people who fav & commented me !
For my newer watchers.
I'm doing every week a journal feature with stocks & art.
These are my personal choice who I want to share with my followers.
:thumb193081566:Siren Song by TeaPartyGirlprecious fear by MikeDaleDesignthe alice by hachiyukiEnjoy the silence by xReissaRetroMourning by Oh-NinonaMr. Bad Man by Alicechan- Shadowplay - by AnathematixsSky and Sand by lady-amarillis:thumb211225493:SS for StyxTwig by Negshin
Birthday Celebrations on dAmn!Birthday Celebrations!Birthday Celebrations on dAmn!4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
That's right! It's close to that time of year again and that means one thing... a dAmn party hosted by myself and Kaz-D to celebrate!
So on the 7th of August, the day that deviantART will be turning 11, come and join us in :#communityrelations: for fun, games and the chance to win prizes
What can you expect?
If you join us you'll be bombarded with games and tasks. Tasks will be thrown out at random and could be just about anything. Other games will include a sketchmatch and a treasure hunt
When and where?
To join in the fun make sure you're in :#communityrelations: at 8pm BST through until 10pm on the 7th of August. You can find your local time here
Yep. Now onto the good stuff. There are loads of prizes up for grabs including a dA
Everything You've Learned About Writing is a LieLiterature Basics WeekEverything You've Learned About Writing is a Lie7 months ago in Literature Features More Like This
Okay, so maybe not everything. But there's a lot of stuff that I remember learning in middle and high school that turned out to not actually work for me -- or for pretty much anybody -- as a writer. I'm hoping that if I can lay these lies out for you, we cans turn it around and unlearn some of these bad habits. Because, man, nothing says "noob" like practicing some of these frequently-taught faux pas.
Lie #1: Be super duper descriptive!
Wait, wait, I know what you're thinking. Descriptive language is good, right? You want your reader to know what you're talking about, and to be able to see, smell it, hear it, touch it, taste it the way you do in your head. The problem is that, when it comes to description, a little bit goes a long wa
52 Street tips from the masters52 Street tips from the masters3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
“If you can smell the street by looking at the photo, it’s a street photograph.” — Bruce Gilden
“Turn your attention to the four-legged population.” — Ying Tang
“Take a bus. Do weekly shopping. Pop into a public loo.” — Nils Jorgensen
“Document some evidence of human ingenuity that would otherwise go unnoticed. Do it without including any humans in the picture.” — Michael Wolf
“Get lost in a thicket of signs and structures.” — Wolfgang Zurborn
“Never ignore a cliché.” — Artem Zhitenev
“When you have to shoot: shoot! Don’t talk!” — Il Brutto.
“Make a picture containing The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.” — Jens Olof Lasthein
“On your knees please… take a picture fro
WatercolorWatch depthRADIUSWatercolor1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Foreword by techgnotic
Christopher Behrens, the 7-year deviantART member contributing this wonderful history of watercolors to depthRADIUS, along with curating artists and interviews, is a modern renaissance man held in high regard by fans of his unique artistic vision. He is an independent filmmaker, author, and a masterful watercolorist in his own right. His gallery of works can be perused here.
Watercolor by ctbehrens
he history of painting begins with watercolor as it is the oldest painting med
Transliterations: Modernising Myths So it's Valentine's Day here and I'm off to buy shoes to go with my posh frock for my fancy dinner because blue moons just come around sometimes, but I thought I'd pop in to remind you that there's approximately forty-eight hours left to submit something for the contest. So to all you stragglers, you revisers and last-minute magic-makers, you photo finishers: pull all the stops out, stop arsing about and get those entries in. Think of it as a Valentine's gift to words.Transliterations: Modernising Myths3 years ago in Personal More Like This
At the request of participants and for the sake of my own failing sanity, the Modernising Myths Contest will be extended by ten days. This means that the new deadline is February 15, giving you until the day after Valentine's Day to complete your entry--and if you still need more time, I suggest cancelling your Valentine's Day plans and finishing it then. Because we all know you love writing more than you love your partner. And if they're reading over your shoulder, I'm sorry, but they had to know som
Je Suis Charlie HebdoJe Suis Charlie Hebdo2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Je Suis Charlie Hebdo
Je suis Charlie
In Paris, France, 13 people were murdered, and among them 5 cartoon artists.
Murdered for being artists and journalists of a humor and satirical newspaper, “Charlie Hebdo.” The newspaper was under police protection and at least one of the police guards, unarmed, was killed as he begged for mercy lying in the street.
We are at a loss for words. The five art
Leonard Nimoy: Millennial Renaissance ManLeonard Nimoy: Millennial Renaissance Man2 days ago in Art Features More Like This
Millennial Renaissance Man ACTOR, DIRECTOR, POET, PHOTOGRAPHER LEONARD NIMOY PASSES INTO ETERNITY
SPOCK by Henry Fong
In a business of massive ego and terrible behavior directed at slicing and dicing their competition, Leonard Nimoy was known as a total gentleman, a class act all the way and a consummate professional at every turn.
For several generations around the globe he will be forever “Mr. Spock,” the half-human, half-Vulcan first office
Cities of the FutureCities of the Future3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Cities of the Future
By istickboy, Truepicturesinc
Metropolis KL 2210 by skian-winterfyre
What do you think your favorite city will look like in one hundred years?
Architect Rem Koolhaas has completed a “vertical city” complex in Rotterdam, bringing a new style of multi–purpose skyscrapers to the city skyline. Bennett Stein wrote about the new buildings for KCRW’s Design & Architecture blog, calling the creator “the Godzilla of architecture.”
Here’s an excerpt from Stein’s essay:
the importance of failingsOften times i see many artists on all levels expressing their expectations from their current progress and seeing it as they fail. They feel this way because the type of level that is set is not only high but its constantly changing to grow higher even as they are progressing passed levels of artistic skills.the importance of failings2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Imagine a horse rider holding a fishing pole with sugar(your artistic level you want to reach) by the end of the string. And you the artist is the horse pursuing it.You are progressing forward but your goal is also being set higher as you progress.
And of course you will never ever reach the level that is constantly changing and i think this is an idea that every eager and striving artist should be comfortable with. To be comfortable with failing.This is not to say that you wont reach new levels , because you will.The levels you set up when you started out are much lower then the levels you set in your current phase.
The tough part is of course to stay on trac
I Need FeminismWatch depthRADIUSI Need Feminism1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Written by CorporateRockWhore
I need feminism because
It’s acceptable to call me a slut.
I need feminism because
It’s okay for a guy to slap my butt.
I need feminism because
It’s my own fault if a man rapes me.
I need feminism because
I should look good for men to see.
I need feminism because
People think it means ‘anti-man’.
I need feminism because
I can’t do things that men can.
I need feminism because
Girls think it’s cool to shame each other.
I need feminism because
The world has higher hopes for my brother.
I need feminism because
My femininity makes me ‘weak’.
I need feminism becau
Publishing Resources List2/24/2015: Finally got around to cleaning up broken links and weird code. Let me know if I missed anything!Publishing Resources List4 years ago in Literature Features More Like This
Make sure you the news article!
So you've written something freaking awesome. You've edited a million times (and if you haven't, turn around and go do that. Right now). You think you maybe want to take the leap and try publishing something. But you have no idea where to start.
Well, this is a good place to be.
This the journal where I'll be keeping a running list of all the publishing resources I find, both on and off dA. Most of it will probably be related to literary journals, since that's the stage where I'm at in my literary career, but I'll add things about book publishing as I find them.
If you ever find a great resource, or if you'd like to request something specific, please leave me a note in the comments.
Also this journal is probably going to be super-messy and slightly badly-categor
The Inspired: Volume 32The Inspired: Volume 32The Inspired: Volume 323 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Welcome to The Inspired
The Inspired is a weekly feature of deviations from around Deviant Art.
The Inspired features a wide range of Traditional and Digital art styles.
All featured deviations do not contain mature content
The Call by monikahollowayEastern by MusyupickInnocence by kimbearlysGet Ready by annabieniekLadybug and flower by Pekkia-Chan:thumb172645646:Goldfinch - acrylic painting by Giselle-MCascades by seafoamskies:thumb168526474:ATC - She-Ra by Maija
*Please show your support for the Inspired by adding this post to your favorites*
A big thank you to the artists who keep delighting us with their works.
Literature DD Roundup - February:icondorianharper:Literature DD Roundup - February1 year ago in Literature Features More Like This
Features by DorianHarper
A Promise She Made With Death by SoImStillUnsure
Features by GrimFace242
the drifter by IyraEMM With Love, April by Emilwicz Strangelove Phenomena by Art-of-the-Seraphim This is for the Average Artist by WordOfChen Ice by Astrikos Your life is not a British television show by HecticHarmony The Beauty of a Woman by IvanRadev Everything You Borrowed by StarlightComet Muscle Memory by PeppermintPictures Just Have a Good Day by mnmccarthy The Tale of Luden and Jim - Chapter 1 by AlPendragon Lullaby Bye by gadsdy love poem from a pillar of salt by TheAdequateGatsby Waltzing on the Ocean Floor by your-first-boyfriend Sonnet XXII by toxic-nebulae Tattoos by alesuriko Hercules by Rosella-of-Daventry The Fall of Epithilinon by Zark123 Reverse Poem by Dracosphere
Features by neurotype
Cupcakes and Tea by MagicalJoey Water Signs by belcanto2 Wrong Place, Wrong Time by AlecBell Modern Lolita by heart-terrors 1945 in sepia by BittersweetObsession .photography: a love story. by WorldWar-Tori Space Dementia by innercartwheel a quoi ca sert l'amour by rushingtide Aenalemma by ThyPoetSorcerer Here Is No Why by brietta-a-m-f fisherman by The-Night-Dreamer Eaten by a Dream by enigmaticsmile Just Right by muscularteeth Dysphoria by krutch99 Blue Ridge Ep. 1 by Sirius-the-Dog never mind by andrewpom
Features by wreckling
The Shore of Amnesia by Elmara
We'd like to thank all the wonderfu
All deviants can now write Critiques Be a giver!All deviants can now write Critiques3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Sometimes you come across a deviation that deserves special attention. It catches your eye in such a way that you're compelled to craft a response that goes above and beyond a normal comment. Or perhaps a fellow deviant is having a tough time with a particular aspect of their work, and you know just what they need to take their art to the next level. As a good Internet citizen and art enthusiast, you want to help them out, but a normal comment doesn't quite suit your purpose.
For these situations and more, we've given everyone the ability to write a Critique.
What is Critique?
DeviantART's Critique system is designed to help artists get in-depth, critical feedback and commentary on their work. Valued feedback through Critique promotes creative growth as an artist and draws special attention to work. Critiques are also a way for committed art enthusiasts, connoisseurs, and fans to publish real criticism,