CommissionCommission4 years ago in Personal More Like This
[Heart]Thank you so much for interested in my works [Heart]
My commission size will be not over A5 size for waist up and A4 size for fullbody.
I would upload the works into my gallery
and if you don't want me to do that please tell me
**This commission is for personal use only.
Please don't use it for commercial or claim that you draw it.**
[Bullet; Yellow]I Do[Bullet; Yellow]
- Light Yaoi & Yuri
[Bullet; Yellow]I Do Not[Bullet; Yellow]
- NC-18 is not allowed , Hentai
- Furry, Anthro, Animal, Robot and Mecha
All is per 1 character [More will be plus double]
[Target]Sketch no color[Target]
Pilot: SHOEDEAR SHOE,Pilot: SHOE4 years ago in Personal More Like This
THAT'S RIGHT YOU ARE A SHOE.
THERE'S NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT NOT BEING A SHOE BECAUSE IN MY MIND YOU ARE ONE AND THAT IS MOST UNFORTUNATE.
AS LONG AS I HAVE YOU CONCEPTUALIZED AS A SHOE IN MY IMAGINATION YOU SHALL REMAIN AS SUCH.
THIS MAKES ME WONDER WHETHER ALL PEOPLES AND OBJECTS CAN BE CONCEPTUALIZED AS SHOES AND THUS BECOME SUCH, GRANTING ME ABSOLUTE POWER OVER THEM. DOES SNIPPY HAVE A CLEVER ARGUMENT? NO HE DOESN'T, HE'S A SHOE. SHOES CAN'T HAVE CLEVER ARGUMENTS.
I FEEL LIKE THE WEIGHT OF THE WORLD HAS BEEN LIFTED OFF MY SHOULDERS NOW THAT EVERYTHING IS UNDER MY CONTROL, NOW THAT YOU ARE ALL SHOES. I NO LONGER HAVE TO ANSWER TO MY REGRETS AND PAST MISTAKES BECAUSE THEY ARE SIMPLY SHOES.
I WAS EVEN ABLE TO PAINT PHOTOSHOP IN PURPLE COLOR (TO PLEASE CAPTAIN) AND SHE DIDN'T EVEN PUT UP A PROPER FIGHT BECAUSE I IMAGINED HER AS A SHOE.
MAYBE I CAN IMAGINE THE
Project Educate: User Friendly Journal SkinningThis article is written for fellow CSS coders who already have basic+ knowledge of deviantART journal codes. This is not a beginner's tutorial.Project Educate: User Friendly Journal Skinning2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
User Friendly Journal Skin Coding
I've been making journal skins on DeviantART since 2010, I'd dabbled in CSS before, but never for other people. I know what my codes are and how to use them to their full potential and often, just code on the fly when I want something to do something. But making free and commission skins here showed me that I needed to make them as easy to use as they are pretty. And really, who wants to type in a lot of extra HTML when they go to write a journal? It is easy enough to access the artist's comments.
But even then, copy & paste, memorize that.... It can be a lot to deal with if you do not know CSS and HTML. Which is the reason most people get someone else's skin design in the firs
Don't Drink the Turpentine!Hello folks! I've been meaning to discuss this topic here for a while, but I always forget! Well, this blog's topic is about dunDUNDUUUUN studio safety! Now I know, I know, the majority of you, myself included, don't have a private studio to work out of. Your studio may be you livingroom, bedroom, basement, or garage, but there are definitely precautions to be aware of while you're madly creating art. Note: none of this information is here to scare you or deter you from making whatever art you like, it's simply here to help you develop safe studio practices.So let's get started shall we?Don't Drink the Turpentine!2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
This part is specific to those of you who use traditional materials to make your artwork. The supplies we use today are much MUCH safer than those the old master's used, but there are still chemicals and materials you need to be aware of for your own health and well being (as well as those around you). I'll list the materials by
New Jurassic Park FanFic idea.Just like the title says, I have come up with an idea for a new Jurassic Park fanfic.New Jurassic Park FanFic idea.3 days ago in Personal More Like This
The fanfic will be a large re-make of the fourth movie "Jurassic World" but will combined "Jurassic Park", "The Lost World", and "Jurassic Park ///" with it
Because of this, this will mean that this is an alternate story where Jurassic Park 1-3 never really happened (but like I said, I will combined the four movies together)
Now you may be wondering, if this fanfic is combining all four movies, does that mean characters from Jurassic Park 1-3 will appear? Well I'm happy to say the answer is Yes .
I will not give too much away on who they are cause I would like it to be a surprise.
I hope to get started on it this Friday. I already have most of it all planned out, but if anyone would like to help out, just talk to me through notes giving me ideas.
That's all I've got to say about it. Peace out peeps.
PE: Tips for Blending with MarkersArtists ToolboxPE: Tips for Blending with Markers4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
This article is to give some handy tips and tricks for blending with alcohol based markers (Copic, Pantone, Tria, etc). The majority of the article is demonstrated using Copic markers, but the techniques used can be applied to the different marker types.
Marker papers come in many shapes and sizes. The common ones are:
Bleedproof / Bleedfree Marker Paper - 70 gsm paper which is thin and has a right side and a 'wrong' side, often comes in pads of 50 sheets and is quite cheap.
Manga Drawing Pad - 250gsm paper which is thick and textured, often comes in pads of 10-20 or as single sheets, can be expensive.
Japanese Manga Paper - thick, but smooth, more designed for inks and screentones, but can be used for colour pieces.
Previous tutorial on papers is available: Guide
Publishing for the Non-Lit ArtistPublishing WeekPublishing for the Non-Lit Artist6 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
So this week, we're focusing largely on publishing literature - which makes sense. When you think "published [blank]" the first words that come to mind to fill that blank are probably "poet" or "novelist" or "hack". Right? But, little-known fact - There are as many routes for publishing visual art as for literature.
Seriously, though: Whether you're a writer or not, there's a niche for you in publishing. This article will outline some of the most common venues to answer that ever-present question, "Where can my work go once I'm done with it?"
If publishing visual art sounds like something you would like to do, I cannot stress enough that you should read the rest of the articles in Project Educate: Lit Publishing Week. Most of the themes you'll see apply to visual art as much as lite
Did You Know - PointsPointsDid You Know - Points1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Points are dA's own currency, introduced in March 2010, that can be used in various ways within deviantART only.
The about page will give you a quick overview of what you can do with points already. There you will also find the rules for points - something worth to take a look at.
Before we go into details about what you can do with points, where you can get them etc, let's talk about their value.
80 = 1$
That's how it is. Not more, not less. So when someone is doing commissions for 100 , it doesn't mean that they want you to pay 100$. In fact you would only pay a little over 1$.
This is something you should always keep in mind. Especially when you think that someone charges too much for their work.
How to get points?
There are several ways how you can get points.
• buying points yourself
• accepting c
Six tools for Product Photography Artists ToolsSix tools for Product Photography 4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
1) Seamless Background Paper
This is great for getting those blemish and crease free backgrounds to put your products up against. The papers are non-reflective, you can get it in a huge variety of colours, and they save you the hassle of ironing fabric backdrops especially if you just want a plain block colour look. You can find it on amazon in the USA here.
2) Seamless background curve
This is a luxury - probably something to invest in if you're really branching out into Commercial photography and making some money from it! But it's also a genius idea and gives you much more opportunity - more than you would get with a light box or tent. The 90 degree angle allows you to shoot at a wider range wit
Downloading Photoshop Brushes and Create BrushesHello. I am here to talk about how to download brushes for Photoshop and how to create brushes on Photoshop.Downloading Photoshop Brushes and Create Brushes6 months ago in Software Reviews More Like This
Downloading brushes for Photoshop
There are many types of brush presets already in Photoshop, once you launch it for the first time. They range from the Round Brush tool to the famous Scattered Maple Leaves brush. But there comes a time when you want to expand your horizon and try new brushes for the Photoshop Program. But there are a range of questions asked frequently such as
Where can you find these types of free brushesHow do you download brushes from the internetHow do you install them into Photoshop?
Where you can go to download free Photoshop Brushes
There are many resources to help you download Photoshop Brushes
You can download brushes free here on dA. Many deviants provide you with an abundance of brushes to help you try new techniques.
Beginning Your Professional Artistic JourneyArt in the ProfessionsBeginning Your Professional Artistic Journey3 months ago in Personal More Like This
So you're dreaming of the day when you can stay home and draw the hours away, without a care in the world. You're looking at artists who have made names for themselves, with a pit of envy in your stomach. You know you could make it as a professional artist, if only you knew where to start!
But the idea seems pretty daunting at first. But with a bit of planning, you can begin your journey as a professional artist. Be ready for long hours, daily drawing, and lots of marketing! Being a professional artist takes more than simply opening up commissions and waiting for clients to shower you with money. It takes planning, dedication, and lots of hard work.
Evaluate Your Situation
The first step toward becoming a professional artist is to examine your current situation and decide what expenses you currently have that need to be paid for. If you have rent, electricity, and cable bills, you’re going to
Mini Horror Reviews - Nightmare on Elm St. (1984)Mini Horror Reviews - Nightmare on Elm St. (1984)11 months ago in Art Features More Like This
In this Issue
Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street
It's October and the sacred 31 days of Halloween are upon us-time to get your gore on! The chill is in the air, the leaves are on the ground, and Halloween candy has been out since Labor Day. So while you’re waiting in the Starbucks line for an overpriced double pumpkin spice whatever, pass the time with this year’s scary movies reviews!
Feedback For Favorites ContestFeedback For Favorites Contest3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Created for thorns' Complaint Challenge.
Feedback Generated As Of February 1st: 4,085
The +Fav and Run Phenomenon.
Have you ever received Favorites on your deviations, but did not receive any comments or critiques? Have you added a user's work to your Favorites, but never left them any comments or feedback on those pieces? Many would agree that while views and favorites are great, that comments and critiques are the most valuable. This contest aims to fill that void, by giving deviants a chance to return to the artwork they collected and provide feedback for it.
To leave Comments, Feedback, and Critiques on Deviations in your Favorites Collection.
Go through your Favorites Gallery, and comment on the deviations you find there that you did not leave a comment on. You may also
Personal: Ph.D. archieved!Hello friends,Personal: Ph.D. archieved!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I'm usually not posting personal stuff on dA anymore (see my Twitter for daily life babble), but there's something major I want to share with all of you.
Those following me for a bit longer might still remember that I was working towards my doctorate during the recent 2-3 years. Well, I'm done! I achieved my Ph.D. with A-grades and was awarded with MAGNA CUM LAUDE (latin for 'with great praise').
That means I'm now officially a doctor (not in medicine, if you might wonder)! How amazing is that?
Thank you everyone who followed me during the years! We somehow made it there together - so please fell hugged! Thank you for your support!!
PE: Interview with Deus-NocteHi everyone! Hope you found the tutorials I shared with you yesterday useful!PE: Interview with Deus-Nocte2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Today I want to introduce you to one of the most versatile and fantastic deviants I’ve met on dA: Deus-Nocte! She’s currently working on her manga MidWinter, her characters designs are amazing but also very well developed, the characters have their own distinctive traits and personalities that make them be relatable and charming. There are many things I could say about Deus-Nocte but I think you should take the chance to find them out on your own <3 She’s definitely worth talking to!
Let’s get to know Deus-Nocte better!
Hello there dear! Why don't you tell us something about yourself? And now... how about something nobody knows
Art thief NewsHi people , good news!Art thief News4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Thanks to all the people who reported that guy his page was banned finally, good job!
Thanks for your help!
Special price Commissiona are still open! TAKE THIS OPORTUNITY!
Terms and permissions:
- These commissions are for personal use only, they may not be used to for commercial purpose under any circustances.
- Commissioner has the right to post them in his/her site and print it for it's personal use.
-Credit for the artwork must always be given.
- If you're interested in a commercial work, please contact me at:
About the order:
- You'll receive a High Resolution picture, 300dpi and A4 size
- Commission can be private.
- The time to receive the order depends on the time that I have, the number of orders on the list. So please keep calm, more or less the average minimum waiting time to get your picture done is one month.
-You can order Original characters, Animals , Monsters, Mithological
Did You Know - Sta.shSta.shDid You Know - Sta.sh1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Sta.sh is your very own upload and publishing platform within deviantART.
Everything that you add will be provided a special URL, that is only known to you. That means that others are only able to see the content you are willing to share with them. It can be a specific file or a whole stack of different ones.
With a free membership you will have a limit of 2 GB, while Premium Members can store files up to 10 GB. Once you have reached the limit you can't upload more. You first need to delete or to publish existing files.
How to get to Sta.sh
To enter Sta.sh you can either just type that into your browser or make use of the dA menu.
You will find it in the menu, under the "Deviant" section, when hovering over the little arrow next to the dA logo but also when you use the "Submit" menu.
By clicking one of those, or typing it directly, you
Becoming a Better Digital Artist Pt. IIBecoming a Better Digital Artist Pt. II1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I've been asked many times about how to draw or paint and where to find tips and tutorials about it.
I, as a self-taught artist, have struggled a lot trying to learn and understand how to draw well and do digital painting. So I decided to put on a series of journals on this topic providing tips and resources, hoping that it can be useful for anyone who is willing to become an artist.
This series focuses mainly on digital art, but most of the principles can be applied to traditional art as well. This is not a training course, so please don't expect me to give you an in-depth look to it. Just take it as a collection of resources.
I have found most of what I've learned on YouTube and the internet, therefore I will provide many links to pages and channels related to what I'm talking about.
Part II: Starting Up
I started drawing with a mechanical pencil on my school diaries and on copy paper (mostly Iron Maiden
ART HISTORY PROJECT: THE ART OF KNOTTING: 3Art History WeekART HISTORY PROJECT: THE ART OF KNOTTING: 31 year ago in Art Features More Like This
A: INTRODUCTION TO PART THREE
Welcome to Part Three! (Please note: illustrations may be clicked, to increase size and readability...)
In some ways, this period, from approx 1450 - 1800, was the "Golden Age" of knotting. The two main reasons I call it this is due to:
A: The flowering of all things nautical, which as you can imagine, gave a profound boost to all things "Knottical" and, with the march of progress towards the "Industrial Revolution" and steam-driven ships and land-based coal and oil power also heralded the slow demise in many areas of the use of knots in many professional areas. and:
B: The increase in exploration, discovery and colonisation, which served to increase the types and forms of knots that were invented for various purposes from transport, and military use to fashion and a rapidly developing leisure industry including a new territory for knots: The Theatre. So, without fur
ARTIST'S FEAR - How to Overcome it!Hey guys!ARTIST'S FEAR - How to Overcome it!8 months ago in Personal More Like This
I just updated my blog with some great advice on how to overcome fear/negativity when you're trying to grow as an artist. YOU CAN READ IT HERE!
Otherwise, I'll post a brief overview of some of the tips I've given in the blog post:
1. HAVE FAITH IN THE PROCESS!
This is so freakin’ important! Having faith in the process means truly believing that if you give it your all, you will achieve something great. Even when it doesn’t feel true, you have to continually tell yourself “If I work hard, I will be great.” A lot of artists start out with heaps of motivation, but when that begins to fade they give up. By the time their motivation picks up again, they find that they are rusty and have to start relearning everything (it’s happened to me)! So, even when you’re discouraged, you cannot give up!
2. BE OBJECTIVE!
Wicked and Awesome from OctoberWe had so many fabulous works from October, we decided to do another feature.Wicked and Awesome from October10 months ago in Personal More Like This
Show some love to our fabulous members!!
Vampire's Final Death II by SamBriggs Ready for Halloween by EstherPuche-Art
Trick Or Treat by Sisterslaughter165 Bewitched.... by RavenYoungblood-art Enchantress by Jcdow3Arts
Steampunk- Undead love by NoorBlncyah Autumn Witch by JiaJenn31 darkness fall by Lolita-Artz
How to Improve your Art and CommissionsWith every stroke we make with a brush, pencil, or any other medium we use, we are improving. Sometimes, it might feel like you are not improving at all and sometimes your art looks EPIC all of a sudden. I really hope this little guide can help you with your improvement and also give you some good tips in regards to creating commissioned pieces.How to Improve your Art and Commissions10 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Observe Your Idols
We all have that one person, or those 50 people on DA who make us feel like our art is mediocre. You have to remember that those artists were once in your position, admiring other incredible artists. Have a couple artists you really really like and try to learn from them. Now I don't mean copy their styles and trace their work, but try some of their techniques or use their art as inspiration. (In my opinion, copying and tracing is how we start drawing but we don't share this with the public. Copy and trace only when you practice!) If you are fairly new to DA, you can browse the popular page, or c
When fanboys don't know who the fanboys areWhen fanboys don’t know who the fanboys areWhen fanboys don't know who the fanboys are5 days ago in Personal More Like This
In response to that guy who used my illustration for... I don't even know, for what the whole thing was worth for
I just came across this guy, as he used one of my illustrations, and certainly not in a nice way.
I am not a Jurassic Park fanboy, but I am a fan. I know actually even more about the franchise, than most fanboys. But I don’t see myself as a fanboy and don’t want to identify myself with those morons, because as a fan, I can accept the flaws of my fandom and know, that they are there, from the inaccuracies to the camera team’s helicopter’s shadow in one of the shots in JP III. And when I say, that I know more than fanboys, then I mean, that those rabid awesomebro Jurassic World fanboys