Robert Rodriguez Presents Project Green ScreenRobert RodriguezRobert Rodriguez Presents Project Green Screen2 years ago in Official deviantART Contests More Like This
Robert shot an action-packed short film called Two Scoops, starring twins Lola and Lucia who operate an ice cream truck by day and happen to also be monster-slayers. Fans contributed to the project by submitting films, Tweeting their ideas for super-weapons, creating the fiercest monsters, and sending in their photos to appear on Missing Person posters.
We're excited to announce that the collaboration is now complete! You can see the finished film right here, along with the best contributions from fans, and documentary footage to tell the story of the project.
2011 As Seen Through Art2011 was full of emotional events the world around, and our community responded at unprecedented levels. From natural disasters to historical celebrations, entertainment milestones to tearful goodbyes, our community spoke out like no other community can — artistically, creatively, and emotionally. In many ways, last year marked the final chapter of a few eras, opening the door to new beginnings for 2012. Let's take a look...2011 As Seen Through Art3 years ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Commissions + UpdatesPlease do not post my artwork or photography without permission. Thank you.Commissions + Updates4 years ago in Personal More Like This
I do not give out recipes. Sorry!
Update: June 21st
Culinary Interview. :> http://news.deviantart.com/article/120996/
Before commissioning me, please realize that this is online only. I will not be mailing out sketches, etc. By commissioning me, you also grant me permission to post the image online or use it in a portfolio. It typically takes 1-3 days to complete a commission. Also be aware that I, for the most part, do NOT do backgrounds. Most of them are simple colored and maybe a design in the back. I can probably do a simple background, just mail me and ask if you're curious.
I only work through PayPal.
Commission Status- OPEN
1.Fill out the form.
2.Send me a note with the form filled out.
3.I will let you know if I can do your commission or not.
4.If I accept: I will tell you where to send payment. I
Why All Artists Should Have a Mailing List.Sometimes I do *really* stupid things over a long period of time, one of them was thinking I could become a professional artist without studying anatomy, another was not setting up and maintaining a mailing list over the last 7 years.Why All Artists Should Have a Mailing List.1 year ago in Personal More Like This
There are lots of reasons why Mailing Lists are great, I'll try to outline some of the most important here.
If someone said to me 7 years ago that my relationships were *more* important than my portfolio in getting me commissions, I probably wouldn't have believed them.
Turns out pretty much every good art opportunity I've had was because of a friendship. My portfolio was often a secondary concern, important but often not as important as you'd think. Sometimes your portfolio can be the opening conversation point in a potential new connection but if you aren't friendly and approachable you almost certainly won't get offered any work. How do mailing lists fit into this? Staying in touch with lots of people is really difficult, mos