All the Small ThingsAll the Small Things1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Road to the Past by SevimDalanFrozen by rali478
*### by styvopThe Skeleton Key by machihuahua
Tales by Leona-Snowsquare by TheAutumnLeaves
TheIncredible TwoHeaded Kitten by Aconitum-NapellusGrün Grüner am Grünsten by DasGhulStripes by PhoenixLumbre
Gradient by michaelaforbus
Green Life by BokehLight
Where Forgotten Days Slumber by Oer-WoutGrace by Ykari-chanThe Birch Square by DasGhul
Searching by xOronarGreen Tree Python by v4nitySummer Fixation by clippercarrillo
Dsc0727 by JayantaraSix-spot Burnet, Zygaena filipendulae and alien by WitoldhippieOn the lookout by TammyPhotography
NOVEMBERSunlight burns the morning mistNOVEMBER1 year ago in Personal More Like This
lukewarm and all aglow
rising sun thaws out all that's chilly
melting the frost that was barely-there
Shadowlands - Nature by nina-Y A perfect day by WALKING-GIRL Autumn landscape - Odenwald by corius Blueridge Parkway by bewilderedconfused Villar d'Arene by vincentfavre
Backyard Autumn Scenery by Maeve09 Little Langdale by jaq27 Till the End of Time by ildiko-neer Palousian Guest by Dee-T Tedirgin... by fiyonk14
Waltzing Wood by NoahSud November Rain by Emerald-Depths Portland, Japense Garden by alierturk
Journal Doll Raffle! closed!!!EDIT ~ THIS RAFFLE HAS NOW ENDED! WINNERS ARE HERE! ~ http://codethechaoswolf.deviantart.com/journal/JOURNAL-RAFFLE-WINNERS-383912009Journal Doll Raffle! closed!!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
EDIT!!! ENDS TOMORROW! ENTER WHILE YOU CAN!
EDIT ~ I FORGOT! This raffle will close on 08/07/13!!! You have a week to enter!!! c:
Oh look Code's holding a raffle :0 (Codliet)
Since yesterday, I've been making journal dolls, and I CAN'T STOP! I just love making them!
So, I've decided to hold a raffle, since I enjoy making them and I would like to share a few journal dolls around c:
But there will only be THREE winners, although to make it fair, I shall use Random.org/lists with all the usernames listed and the first 3 on the random list shall be the winners!
Here are some examples of my journal dolls to show you what type of thing you might be winning~
(Yes, I do humans, anthros AND animals c: (or anything real
Animals, Plants and Nature Spotlight Vol. 61A2Matos'sAnimals, Plants and Nature Spotlight Vol. 611 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 61
Animals, Plants and Nature
Winter is coming... II
What did Santa bring you?
Zen Fox II
How to Advertise you WorkOriginally posted in JewelersGuild, a group I co-founded. I felt others may benefit from this as wellHow to Advertise you Work2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Recently someone posted a comment asking people to advertise for them. This has in turn led us to the conclusion that it is high time we wrote something about advertising your work. Not everyone knows this subject very well, or how to go about doing it.
First thing you need to know is that you must be the one to do the work. Don't ask someone else and offer a portion of the profits. That is considered rude, and quite lazy. You don't want that. You want to make a good impression. First impressions go a long way. Now if someone offers to advertise your work that's something else entirely.
Secondly, know who your customers are. This is something a lot of people don't consider, and thus do not know how to advertise their work properly. For example let's say you make steampunk jewelry. Your primary customers would be those who are into steampunk. Is your wo
[Don't ask][Don't ask]1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
head above water by photofairy
healing nature by FeenoGraphie a lot of... by MorkOrk
camomile 3 by Tirass
Nature after pain by demony Blue Summer Hour by StrayDog1972
Fading away. by NikolasBrummer
romashki by grezelle Center of the Universe. by dragonfly-oli
poppy within camomile by Heros-Lubu
61 by YanaBondareva rumiankowo by modliszqa
Camomiles by padika11
dear dA: age is irrelevantthis recent deviantart poll "At what age does an artist have the most artistic freedom?" is a condescending and narrow-minded question.dear dA: age is irrelevant3 years ago in Personal More Like This
often i see people have opinions about age and how it relates to art. some say that they are too young or too old to do one thing or the other.
well, i have not been on this planet very long, i can't speak for everyone and everyone's circumstances are different. but i will say this.
you are alive. and since you are, there is nothing that can stop you from your freedom to express yourself through art or anything that you have a passion for - especially your age.
don't let anyone's preconceived notions about your social status stop you from doing something that is so much bigger.
a blank canvas doesn't care how old you are, where you came from or what inspires you. you will always be able to fill it with what inspires you no matter what.
268th feature - Traditional - SculptureJournal CSS by Jamaal10268th feature - Traditional - Sculpture3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
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My deviantART storyI signed up on DA 5 years ago because friends told me it was a nice place to view a lot of awesome art. (So true!) Back then I wasnt an artist and hadnt planed to be one either, I merely wanted to check cool stuff in my freetime. Haha. Pretty soon after getting a account I left though and forgot the place entirely.My deviantART story6 months ago in Personal More Like This
Not until late in 2011 I went back again, I was bored that particular day and looking at art is always fun. The difference now was that I begun speaking to people, and got some really great friends at that, and as my friendhip grew and I got more and more inspired by the artists I saw, I also wanted to start make things. So I did the only thing I was okay-ish at - I drew and painted.
One of the first things I put on DA, a painting of my Brook Horse for the fantasy trilogy I write
In the coming year of 2012 I tried out various things, Ive always been creative and enjoyed tinkering, but most of all writing was the lo
Feature: Colours of the RainbowExams have finished, which means I am now on a three month holiday. Yipee.Feature: Colours of the Rainbow1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
To celebrate the end of semester, and the coming of the holiday/ Christmas season, I have put together some of my favorite photos into a "Colours of the Rainbow" feature, starting with the fiery passions of red, orange and yellow, moving to freshness of green and blue, and finally to the glamor of purple
Cherry goodness by Bendarksilver
Rose-1 by HotChocolateNinjaDigan QUESO... by roxagrama
Happy Halloween~ by Gallynette
Vitreous EnamelArtisan Crafts WeekVitreous Enamel8 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Vitreous enamel is a material made by fusing powdered glass to another material (usually metal or ceramics - I'll be talking about metal) by firing. The powdered glass melts and flows into a smooth coating, which hardens as it cools. There are a lot of other materials out there that are calling themselves 'enamel' that are technically a resin or something else with very similar properties - traditionally, however, enamel is glass, and that's what I'll be talking about in this article!
Although this all sounds super cool and fancy (hopefully) you can actually find examples of products that have been enameled in an industrial setting all over the place! The older white boards at schools, for example, were often made of steel with a white enamel coating on them. In addition, cookware is often enameled - ever see those dark blue pots with the white speckles? Other commonly used items that have been enameled are bath tubs, dishwashers, and other appliances.
There are ple
Feature #18 Favorites of 2013I know I haven't done a Feature since September but, since it's the end of the year, I felt like one was in order.Feature #18 Favorites of 20131 year ago in Personal More Like This
So many amazing things here on DA have been submitted this year and so, I would like to share some of my favorite pieces of 2013.
Enjoy and be sure to Fav and Watch the creators!
Have a lovely holiday and a wonderful New Year everyone!
Childhood Memories - FeatureChildhood Memories - Feature1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Linger by WingChant Oreo cookies by The-Cute-Storm
pretend I'm worth by theluckynine
.Ballerina. by IrinaCrowley
Preservation by karinelips
Imagine by xChristalle Beyond. by Sarah-BK
Dreamer by TheFoxAndTheRaven
company by se7eninone Sweet Melodies by xChristalle
Wendy's dream by Julie-de-Waroquier
switching worlds by chantal-olivia
The genius of Miyazaki - Art HistoryIf you haven't heard his name, you must have heard about at least one of his creations. So, who's Miyazaki? It's easier to say who he's not.The genius of Miyazaki - Art History2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Hayao Miyazaki was born on the 5th of January 1941 in Bunkyo, Tokyo, as a second of four sons. His father was a director in young Miyazaki's uncle's factory producing rudders for fighter planes - this is where Hayao became highly interested in aviation, which often appears in his films.
When Miyazaki was a little kid, his mother suffered from Pott's disease (sort of tuberculosis) and spent a few years in a hospital. Some says that a very similiar motif appearing in "Tonari no Totoro" ("My neighbour Totoro") was strongly inspired by that part of his life. Also, during his childhood, Miyazaki had to change his place of residence and switch schools several times, which influenced his films a lot, too.
DA's Insular Taste PhenomenonIt's been quite a while since I wrote a preachy "THINK ABOUT YO' ART"-type journal, and some of my newer watchers may not know that this is a particular(ly annoying) habit of mine. This is a subject I've had on my mind for quite some time for a number of reasons, and it's recently coalesced into a semi-soluble form so here we go. (As an aside- this journal does have some recycled ideas from a previous post of mine, but obviously I hadn't really said everything I wanted to on the subject.)DA's Insular Taste Phenomenon3 years ago in Personal More Like This
It's no mystery that I love this website. I came in at the tail end of the pre-critique wonder years, when the internet discovered and exploited that, yes, we don't always produce the highest quality art here. There's a lot of unpleasantness directed towards DeviantArt. At RISD, I made a point to never mention that I had an account here, because of the looks of disgust I would get haha and people would think about me differently. It was
GIVEAWAY! RESULTS UP!!RESULTS!GIVEAWAY! RESULTS UP!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
winner! : 13 :iconHComet:
congrats to all of the winners! XD
Yes, I will be doing a giveaway for a Chibi+6 month feature for one person and a headshot+ 3 month feature for 4 others!
Rules of entry:
+You must comment on this journal! (only 1 comment per person please or it will just be too confusing! @_@
+You must favourite this Journal!
+You must be watching me ^_^
all of the above will give you one number, but if you also advertise this in a journal and include the link in the comments, you will gain an extra number + a hug!!
The draw will take place on the 28th March 2013 via a random number generator! So I wish everyone the best of luck! ^_^
150 point raffle WINNERS!!The winners are150 point raffle WINNERS!!1 month ago in Personal More Like This
100 Lilybreeze12 Screenshot (181) 72
50 Aravil1 Screenshot (182) 3
Congratulations you two!!
This raffle is open to all people, you don't have to be a watcher to enter the winners will be picked using random.org.
This raffle will be open for 2 weeks from now
The raffle will end on December 25
The rules are simple.
Fav this journal and that will be your nu
So I was just stopped by a cop....I wasn't driving. I was walking. He drives up, rolls down the window, and says something I don't quite hear. I say hello. He repeats it. "How old are you?"So I was just stopped by a cop....2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I'm in shock. I ask, "How OLD am I?"
"I'm 29!!" (I'm sure I sounded incredulous.)
I say, "I have my license if you want to see it." He wants to see it so I give it to him. He looks and hands it back.
He thought I was a highschool truant.
The moral of the story is that I should stop wearing clothing a teenager might wear because as I continue to get older and not to age it will become more and more unbelievable that I am as old as I say I am and I don't look forward to being driven in the back of a police car to the nearest high school, in tears BECAUSE I HAVE ALREADY DONE MY TIME!
Negativity in fandom, and the dreaded "thoughI was talking with a friend about how some fandoms are super fun to be a part of. And some...not so much. I regret to say, as much as I love Korra, it's not a particularly fun fandom for me. Neither was Avatar. (They're FAR from the only fandoms that suffer from the problems I'm going to be "talking" (word-vomiting) about, but they're the ones I've had the most experience with.)Negativity in fandom, and the dreaded "though3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Fandom has become a dirty word. I have literally been accused of participating in fandom. Wait, accused of what? For me, the whole idea of "fandom" can be summed up in one word: excitement. Man, I love getting excited about shit. And I LOVE talking to other people who are excited about shit! And then our excitement spirals around each other's and then we make awesome creations with that extreme excitement. EXCITEMENT-BENDING! This is what happens EVERY time I post a fanart, and I c
SBFF exclusive at SDCC!!DC has announced Super Best Friends Forever EXCLUSIVE maquettes for San Diego Comic Con 2013!!! http://www.themarysue.com/super-best-friends-statues/SBFF exclusive at SDCC!!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Japan and ArtSo I just got back from two weeks in japan with one of my best friends. She's been there for almost four years teaching english. She speaks fluent japanese, so she was my translator and train figure-er-outer. XDJapan and Art2 years ago in Personal More Like This
The whole time I kept thinking about something a very popular concept artist on DA said and how much it made me mad at the time and how much angrier it made me while i was spending time in Japan. I'm paraphrasing here, but he basically said that Anime was the downfall of young western artists and that there weren't any good anime anyway except one or two- but he admitted that he didn't really watch anime at all and hadn't seen much... all based on the fact that he couldn't find good art that inspired him, a professional artist with amazing talent, on a site that is mostly filled with amateur and young artists from around the world.
Even without the anime influence, I think DA would be filled with the same level of art it is now. the close ups of v
Devious Journal EntryDevious Journal Entry3 years ago in Personal More Like This
EDIT: Thanks for the info on reindeer gender-antler technicalities. I did learn this in my teens, but I just kind of enjoy drawing the deer as white-tails like I did as a kid. I know it's incorrect, but the nostalgia factor is more fun for me. Merry Christmas fellow biology nerds!
When I was would little, my obsessive love for Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer would inspire me to draw Santa's eight reindeer to string together for Christmas decorations around the house. Even as a kid, I wanted some of the reindeer to be girls (it only seemed fair) and Dancer, Vixen and Cupid where always featured without antlers to show Santa didn't discriminate against the does!
So here's sweet-natured Cupid to wish you Happy Holidays! Have a wonderful day, everyone!
Tip of the Day: 3 Things to get to our destinationPersistence is the engine, common sense is the steering wheel, belief is the key. We need all 3 to get to our destinations.Tip of the Day: 3 Things to get to our destination3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Now let's get painting!!
Sending positive vibes to you all!