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Journal Entry: Fri Jan 9, 2015, 4:51 AM


JE SUIS CHARLIE by CopperColour

Journal dedicated to Charlie Hebdo

Whom will be tomorrow by amiejo
R 81 (151214_141507) by Beler0ph0n
Sembradores Hondura by plazas
Fragment Of The Wanderers Tale by AiniTolonen white spirit by fashioneyes Fragment Of The Wanderers Tale by AiniTolonen 
buried alive by MWeiss-Art The Everlasting King by Unkopierbar buried alive by MWeiss-Art
Td by Grauenart white spirit by fashioneyes Td by Grauenart

Usine (suite) by mimomon
Everlasting Moment by MikkoLagerstedt Crystal Anthem by lostknightkg Everlasting Moment by MikkoLagerstedt 
The Bottom by Ragnar949 bleeding heart by augenweide The Bottom by Ragnar949 
The Tail Wags the Dog by tholang Crystal Anthem by lostknightkg The Tail Wags the Dog by tholang 
December night in Finland by wchild
Black-n-White Dream_10 by caddman
Desde el rio/From the river by TeresaClark
Endings by intao Sebastien Droste by Grimjest Endings by intao
Roots And Thorns by KizukiTamura Neptune's Fury by marcusgravus Roots And Thorns by KizukiTamura
Lights [01.2015] by SabakuNoShi Sebastien Droste by Grimjest Lights [01.2015] by SabakuNoShi 
Nighttime Adventure by tamaraR
a moment in blue..... by VaggelisFragiadakis
<da:thumb id="504630196"/> RYGG by JabLab by JabLab <da:thumb id="504630196"/>
273 by ElyneNoir Inception, Conception And Deception by Bibire 273 by ElyneNoir
A Golden Drop by ElyneNoir RYGG by JabLab by JabLab A Golden Drop by ElyneNoir 
A Cold Wind by ElyneNoir
Lamp #3 by FrostSock
SANS TITRE -UNTITLED by JFBAYLE
Tawp II by siamesesam The Clown And Butterfly by Awaytonoway Tawp II by siamesesam 
Old West Traces by marcusgravus whistleblower Magritte by aerendial  Old West Traces by marcusgravus 
we are the dead by ohlin84 The Clown And Butterfly by Awaytonoway we are the dead by ohlin84 
Wish by MissGrib
3 by meszarts
New Horizon by KizukiTamura The Risen by Inextremiss New Horizon by KizukiTamura
Dream network by noisecraft Stronger Together by DayaTom Dream network by noisecraft 
A New Transition by bliXX-a The Risen by Inextremiss A New Transition by bliXX-a 
Palos bajo el agua by plazas
we reek of borrowed lovers by PsycheAnamnesis
Sumac Blur by pl1602
let it snow let it snow let it snow by aerendial 262 by ElyneNoir let it snow let it snow let it snow by aerendial
Recurrence Of Sensibility by Bibire hemisphere by marcusgravus Recurrence Of Sensibility by Bibire
Lust by Einsilbig 262 by ElyneNoir Lust by Einsilbig 
Collioure 17 by OlivierAccart
Another Dream_11 by caddman
Mutability by Inextremiss Big Hard Square 621 by OrdinaryFella Mutability by Inextremiss
Mohnbild by Bildmalerin Big Hard Square 613 by OrdinaryFella Mohnbild by Bildmalerin
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015 by JACAC Big Hard Square 621 by OrdinaryFella HAPPY NEW YEAR 2015 by JACAC 
Winter. 2PM. by benjoin
A Song Of Where Water Never Forgets by Corvidae65
Spring Training by M922
end of summer by sandpiper764 Frostbite by DismayedSense end of summer by sandpiper764
we flood empty lakes by ra-gro Hiatus by arctoa we flood empty lakes by ra-gro
Cactus Mutatus Mono by Meenigma Frostbite by DismayedSense Cactus Mutatus Mono by Meenigma 
Obsession by rocketscribble
Life And All ::: by Birgit-Zartl-Art
Ese lugar II/That place II by TeresaClark Myth by freMDart Ese lugar II/That place II by TeresaClark
embers by Xiile Smoke by Canankk embers by Xiile
TOE TOUCH by JabLab by JabLab Myth by freMDart TOE TOUCH by JabLab by JabLab 
La spina nell'occhio by VioletEvans
Tch2 by peinturealuile
Adios libertad by RoyCuL
Patterns. by MrFahreinheit pipers by awjay Patterns. by MrFahreinheit
High Expectations by VicEberly ps211 by Campo-Diaz High Expectations by VicEberly
Headrush by falconer137 pipers by awjay Headrush by falconer137 
t0XicmutanthedonisticTurtle by mnglXmplr
Deathless death by mehrmeer
SUPERMAN by JabLab by JabLab Face by vinoviola SUPERMAN by JabLab by JabLab
Merry Merry 2014 by katworks Supervised by zoundsister Merry Merry 2014 by katworks
Raices como el cabello debajo del agua by plazas Face by vinoviola Raices como el cabello debajo del agua by plazas 
time vs machine by HippieVan57
Rheinfall by tholang
We Face The Night by HippieVan57
SAMURAI GOLFER by JabLab by JabLab New Year's Coma by Birgit-Zartl-Art SAMURAI GOLFER by JabLab by JabLab
The Blue Portrait ::: by Birgit-Zartl-Art <da:thumb id="500696991"/> The Blue Portrait ::: by Birgit-Zartl-Art
Voulez-vous avec moi by dermamred New Year's Coma by Birgit-Zartl-Art Voulez-vous avec moi by dermamred 
Moorkanal 05 by HorstSchmier
Der Prozess by entropic-mysteries
Out Of Body Experience by CristianoTeofili Moorkanal 03 by HorstSchmier Out Of Body Experience by CristianoTeofili 
Collision by ChristinneBlacker Yx by 7markus7 Collision by ChristinneBlacker
Case 1 by RichardLeach Moorkanal 03 by HorstSchmier Case 1 by RichardLeach 
Happy New Year by djailledie
Monochrome Visions by TheGhostVirus
nettle patch by awjay
Promises by mj-magic Ladder by VexingArt Promises by mj-magic
. by Alshain4 Droplets by fourteenthstar  . by Alshain4 
lost in the blur of time by davespertine Ladder by VexingArt lost in the blur of time by davespertine 
Tech n color Dream 08 by caddman
Monkey Discovers His Tail by A-Separate-Reality
If you're looking for a way out by BobRock99 Zh by dasTOK If you're looking for a way out by BobRock99
14 DECEMBRE 2014 - DREAMING OF WATER by JFBAYLE H by KizukiTamura 14 DECEMBRE 2014 - DREAMING OF WATER by JFBAYLE
La source des lignes by siamesesam Zh by dasTOK La source des lignes by siamesesam 
Be Nice With The Pet Behind Soul's Curtain 5 by Bibire
La Salle d'Attente by atelier-de-figueline
Physalis by feigenfrucht
Blue Room by Griet-pearl 014 5462b by Peeshan Blue Room by Griet-pearl
A Thought For Those Alone by ParallelDeviant grass grace by virtualgadjo A Thought For Those Alone by ParallelDeviant
ice II by neinoten 014 5462b by Peeshan ice II by neinoten 
earth, wind and fire...... by VaggelisFragiadakis
open circles by voluptuousv0id
christmas bell by augenweide Decorated Stone Marble. by CopperColour christmas bell by augenweide 
Complex Green Kalisetes. by CopperColour getting away with it by ruiManuelR Complex Green Kalisetes. by CopperColour 
Last November II by lostknightkg Decorated Stone Marble. by CopperColour Last November II by lostknightkg 
100 0221 by santosam81
Reflections on the metal by HOMER65
Wave of Warmth by MyonArt coin by augenweide Wave of Warmth by MyonArt
Reverie by JakezDaniel AB14 Game M-Pat by Xantipa2 Reverie by JakezDaniel
.disease. by Migrena coin by augenweide .disease. by Migrena 
Into the sunset by freMDart
City Shadows by TheGrinDragon
dasTOK by dasTOK Stop and Think by miqulski dasTOK by dasTOK
with care by doyo Flown Out by tholang with care by doyo
my machine by davespertine Stop and Think by miqulski my machine by davespertine 
sleeping through a storm by chriseastmids
Apo7X-150101-149 by Pisstoffenfracted
swirling by aerendial <da:thumb id="501173598"/> swirling by aerendial 
the sin X - the world - by devllaa Untitled by Menoevil the sin X - the world - by devllaa 
O Level by siamesesam <da:thumb id="501173598"/> O Level by siamesesam 
A Blood Red Dream by AlexandrinaAna
Thank you for the venom by Andaelentari
Nest Of Confusion by AiniTolonen Brightest Burns The Longing by AiniTolonen Nest Of Confusion by AiniTolonen 
o n e w i s h by ra-gro Eyes by cybertaff o n e w i s h by ra-gro 
confortable by rdalpes Brightest Burns The Longing by AiniTolonen confortable by rdalpes


JOURNAL DEDICATED TO CHARLIE HEBDO

please give a little friendship to all those artists, who fight for the rights of liberty
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Gravity And Your Cosmic Journey

Thu Dec 11, 2014, 8:02 PM
01-img-00 by techgnotic













What if you could follow your own gravity field & travel millions of miles?





Writer Gabriel Harper pondered the mystery of our gravitational fields in an online essay. He explained a mind-bending concept: how your personal gravitational field grows over your lifetime and spreads into space. “Our gravity field weakens over distance, but never reaches zero,” he explained. In the essay, he calculated the stunning distances that your gravitational field travels during your lifetime:






By the time we’re 30 years old, our gravitational field extends some 300 trillion miles around us into space. Still feel small? But the really crazy part is that when we die, our gravity will continue to exist forever, infinitely stretching out into the universe, passing through Andromeda millions of years from now, and beyond. Everyone you have ever known, alive or not, is traveling right now through the depths of space.”


— Gabriel Harper



Harper concluded his meditation on gravity with some inspiring speculation:



The gravity of our most distant ancestors, and everyone that has ever existed in the history of the world, faithfully hurtling out into the universe, eternally diminishing into nothingness but never truly disappearing. Like a glass of water that you pour, and pour, and pour but it still always has just one drop left to give. I’d like to think when we go, our souls might hitch a ride on that wave of gravity and we can all spend eternity cruising the cosmos together.”


— Gabriel Harper













Your Thoughts






  1. If our souls could hitchhike across the universe would you make that journey?









Writer Gabriel Harper pondered the mystery of our gravitational fields in an online essay. He explained a mind-bending concept: how your personal gravitational field grows over your lifetime and spreads into space. “Our gravity field weakens over distance, but never reaches zero,” he explained. In the essay, he calculated the stunning distances that your gravitational field travels during your lifetime.


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Gonna be a fun book, check it out. Lots of new stuff in it as well.
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Hey guys, There have been new users with stupid User names going around and saying:

"Nice! Check this out: (link removed)"

Along with a link. These are UserBots that will harm you. And I warn you, DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK! It'll take you to a pornography website that may contain harmful viruses that could kill your computer.
PLEASE, Spread this around Deviantart! So we can Warn young users, And All Deviants About this!
Thanks, if you spread this!

Today, I received such a comment on my latest upload. And guess what? I clicked on it. I thought, "Oh, it's just some dumb kid desperate to promote their work".

Thankfully, I didn't get that far. As always, when you're about to leave the site, there's the screen that says "Careful! Out there be monsters!" or something like that. In this case, I didn't have the option to go to the site. Well, I did, but I hesitated because it looked suspicious. After a few seconds, that screen saved me with a nice big fat "FORBIDDEN".

Good Lord, this is just like when I got the skype virus. I beat that, but I don't want to go through that again. I need to be more careful. I'm running a virus scan now, and... things SEEM okay. Like I said, I didn't actually reach the site the link led to. Thank you, DA. You may have just saved my ass.

Some of you may be annoyed by that screen whenever you want to go to youtube or whatever, but THIS is what it's there for, so be grateful.

Spread the word! Be on the lookout! Flag these comments down as spam! Do NOT click the link! Report the hackers!
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500 Point Giveaway #10

Tue Jan 14, 2014, 5:58 PM
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Winners


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10 points
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How to participate:


1. Add this journal to your favs. :+fav:

2. Write a new journal about this giveaway, and include a Mention of me so that I receive a notification of your journal.

3. Include what I do at dATrade. For example:

:icondatrade: is holding a 500 point giveaway! http://fav.me/d728405

At :devdatrade:, you can donate points for an easy way to receive watches, llamas, favs, comments, and critiques!

10 points = 5 critiques / 10 comments / 10 watches / 40 llamas / 50 favs

Go check it out today! :dummy:


4. Optional: For an extra raffle number, comment below with the thumbcode of your favorite artwork (by another artist) that follows the theme of Mystery. The thumbs will be put together into a feature next week to be shared both at dATrade as well as TheExhibition.

I am aware that thumbcodes do not always work for non-premium members, but all I need is the actual code and NOT the link.

Where to find thumbcodes: Thumbnail Code Help Animated :howtothumb: by MamaELM


The Prizes:


There will be a total of 15 winners who will be selected with a random number generator!

  • One 200 point winner
  • Four 50 point winners
  • Ten 10 point winners

Deadline: Monday, January 20


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I miss you.


Got some art coming, like 3 new big LMS paintings. 

I wish we hung out more, but I don't have anything truly new to show. 

That said, Comic Con is going to be big, and I hope to meet some of you guys. 

More soon. Love you...you have not been forgotten. 

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Img-og by techgnotic














In one year, the sun gives off enough energy to meet the Earth’s energy needs for 1,437 years.


So why aren’t we powering the world with solar energy? While there are a few major roadblocks that are preventing us from reimagining our world’s power supply overnight, there is no doubt that solar power is on the rise.


Currently the UK is on track to meet 4% of its power needs with solar energy by the year 2020. By that same date, the US hopes to add 75,000 jobs to the solar power industry. Estimates vary, but conservatively the world seems on track to be getting somewhere around 15% of its energy from solar power by the year 2050. It’s no small feat. To put world energy consumption into perspective, the largest solar power plant in the world — Topaz Solar Farm in southern California — is capable of producing about 550 megawatts. In a year, world energy consumption is about thirty-two thousand times that amount (16 terawatts).



Over the last several years, the cost of installation of solar panels has dropped sharply, and scientific improvements have made the panels more effective than ever. This has taken place so much in some places that it’s actually less expensive to invest in solar power than to pay for power from the traditional electric grid. This phenomenon is called grid parity, and it’s opened up a consumer market for companies like Solar City, which can lease its solar panels to residential customers for rates lower than the electric company offers.


As this begins to happen, it begs the question, what will the core infrastructure of our cities look like as 2050 approaches?


Will all of those solar panels be housed on solar power plants like Topaz Solar Farm? Given the solar energy’s potential, why not adorn every rooftop in each major city with as many panels as space will allow? Some companies are developing more seamless, inauspicious panels that mimic roof shingles for residential customers. What will the solar panels of tomorrow look like?



As our capabilities for storing solar power increase, there is potential for even more change.


It seems likely that the electrical grid system will remain intact regardless of what’s powering it, but that question isn’t entirely settled. We know that companies such as Tesla Motors are developing consumer products that could store excess solar power. Perhaps the solar battery could become the next window air conditioning unit — a ubiquitous fixture on houses and apartment buildings before the rise of central air.


A major influx of solar power onto the electrical grid could be coupled with a decreased need for power plants. If homes were one day outfitted with enough renewable energy to be self-sufficient, as well as the means to store that energy, it could spell the end of the power line.


With the help of tomorrow’s artists, designers, engineers, and architects, we will implement solar energy or the next better clean power source to provide us 100% of our energy. As we undergo this transition, we must decide for ourselves what the world of tomorrow is going to look like.


















Your Thoughts


  1. Does designing power infrastructure interest you? If you got to decide what the power sources of the future looked like, what would you create?
  2. Given what we know about renewables right now, do you think that solar power will one day be our main power source? Or is there a better option? Is the power of the future something we have not yet thought of?
  3. Just in terms of aesthetics, which would you prefer to see a city or a field full of: solar panels or wind turbines?













In one year, the sun gives off enough energy to meet the Earth’s energy needs for 1,437 years. So why aren’t we powering the world with solar energy? While there are a few major roadblocks that are preventing us from reimagining our world’s power supply overnight, there is no doubt that solar power is on the rise.

Author: eawood
Curator: ellenherbert
Designer: seoul-child

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Writing Tips!

Journal Entry: Sun Dec 28, 2014, 8:30 PM
     Lately I've been seeing a lot of stories in my inbox. I view them, and no offense guys but, these are really kinda bad. I won't point anyone out.

     First off, ya'll need to introduce the main character. Make sure that he or she has an interesting background or personality.

     Second, never make a story two sentences long. It doesn't captivate your readers.

     Now make sure that the first part of your story is an introduction, so the readers know what's going on.

     Finally, indent and spell check. Please do that. I could barely read a few of them so, just space the paragraphs.

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  • Eating: CousCous
  • Drinking: Water juice
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Question:

peterahernandez asked:

What do you think about the way some people view comics, some people tell me it's childish no matter what I tell them I just wanted your view on this

ANSWER:

I’ve been told comics are for kids countless times my whole life. I assume all comic reading Americans have heard the same. All you can do is blow it off. Can’t convince anyone by telling them “is not, they are for everyone!” They won’t believe you. I gave bloody gore drenched Invincible trade paperbacks to someone because they said they really wanted to see my work. They said “Cool, I’ll give it to my kids!” I told them it’s not really for young kids, our readership is mainly 20’s-40’s. They looked at me like I’m crazy. The books ended up with the coloring books and toys on the kids table in the corner. Which I’m fine with, but I do wonder how many Moms caught their 4 year olds looking through those books and saying “what is this filth you are looking at!” And then I smile.

Anyway It’s just ignorance. Society in Japan is MUCH more well rounded with their views on art. And comics definitely is considered an art form there. But in America, society has been taught a few lame things over the decades. Comics just for kids is ridiculous. Mostly just kids were reading comics when they began, and there was a lot of talk about comics being too much for kids, too violent, too sexy, etc. And now kids don’t even read comics. It’s adults that are the main buyers. But society has no idea about that. They still assume they are for kids. So therefore adults reading them must be juvenile. But we readers of comics know it’s simply just a different medium. It’s movies on paper. You can tell any story you want in comics just like movies or novels. But luckily there are books like Walking Dead that are bringing in new readers and they are seeing first hand that comics are definitely for everyone. And hopefully more comics can have that affect on society, then comics can grow and more people participate in something I think is awesome. I think more appreciation for art is the only way comics will be accepted by society. More art classes in school, more people making art and seeing that it’s a huge amazing skill to have just like singing or playing an instrument. Drawing from imagination IS something to be amazed at! Not just copying exactly what you see. Every non comic reader I know is MUCH more impressed when I draw a realistic portrait than when I draw comics. It’s just the way it is, and hopefully more will grow to love the imaginative arts more, just like us. Long live comics.

Ryan

  • Listening to: Nehruvian DOOM
  • Reading: PLUTO
  • Watching: Penny Dreadful
  • Playing: Minecraft
  • Eating: too much
  • Drinking: GALLONS a month
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“Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.” - Mark Twain



“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and starting on the first one.” - Mark Twain


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