Animals Within, Spirit AnimalsAnimals Within, Spirit Animals9 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Animals Within Spirit Animals
Hanuman by molee
There has always been this obsession with the others we share this planet with.
We communicate with them on certain basic levels and yet they inhabit a plane so different from ours: savage, instinctive, a life of sheer survival. At the same time they can do things beyond human abilities: fly through the skies, swim the oceans, apply t
Craft a Moustache ContestWhat is Movember?Craft a Moustache Contest3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
During the month of November each year, Movember asks men across the world to grow a moustache (or Mo') with the aim of raising vital funds and awareness for men’s health issues. Mo Bros are helping to change the face of men’s health by effectively becoming walking, talking billboards for the 30 days of November and through their actions and words raise awareness by promoting private and public conversation around the often ignored issue of men’s health. Together, we are truly changing the face of men’s health.
Source: Movember's Site
How to help
Raise awareness, share the news!Register on Movember.com and grow a mighty manly moustache on that beautiful face of yours, you can choose to join deviantART's US Team,
How to: Modifying the HeaderFor this tutorial series I am explaining different elements you can create or modify with the help of CSS. The level of experience that is needed to be able to understand the tutorials can differ and will be in no order.How to: Modifying the Header2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Everything explained is based on the gruze-structure of journals. If you are still using the old structure or have a journal installed that used it, things won’t work the same way like explained below.
For simple skins the old structure is fine, but the more features you add, the more I would recommend using the gruze-structure. You can look up the differences here: http://ginkgografix.deviantart.com/art/Old-vs-Gruze-Journals-112772369
This time I will explain you, how to modify the header section of a journal. I will try to cover everything important, but if there are still things you want to know more about, just let me know and I will try to add it here.
Nothing what I will explain here will affect the actual content area and it will always refer to the defaul
Hints and Tips #2 : Water SplashesWater Splashes:Hints and Tips #2 : Water Splashes1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Creative Use Of Water In Macro
In this tutorial I'll show you an easy way to turn a simple bottle into
a tool for creating stunning water splashes in your pictures.
An empty dish washing liquid bottle or shampoo bottleA lens to shoot from distance OR you risk water damage
Preparing the bottle
Open your empty bottle. Clean it with water until no more soap bubbles are building.
Now fill it up with water.
Set a short exposure time to „freeze“ the water in motion.
Press on the bottle to release the water, while taking photos.
Be sure the water does not get inside your camera.
Technique #1 – Moment of Impact
ProjectPorkchop Vol287ProjectPorkchop is all about bringing more exposure to the many talented yet under appreciated artists going unseen on deviantART daily. The artists chosen truly deserve more attention based on low counts of favorites, comments, and watchers, added to their incredible artistic talent.ProjectPorkchop Vol2872 years ago in Art Features More Like This
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Undiscovered I + points giveawayI decided to start a weekly feature including works I find in the "Undiscovered" browse mode... These are simply amazing and mostly underappreciated so show their owners some love and fave them. Don't forget to leave a comment too. Fave this journal to spread the love, it is really worth it (scroll down to get to know more ).Undiscovered I + points giveaway2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
bewilderness by davespertine
Masked by AnneLysa.. . . . . ..... by Frozen-photoHide in Paradise by Aurelia-Isabella
...With Grace by mrxthanh
Traditional Art Techniques IITraditional Art Techniques IITraditional Art Techniques II2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Traditional Art Week continues! This article will give you a brief overview of even more physical media techniques and their characteristics, featuring beautiful examples found all over DeviantArt and tutorials. I sincerely hope this will get you inspired to try something new and experiment, why not pick a tutorial and see what you learn! Don't forget, whilst techniques has their own regulations and principles, they still can be combined, you have to be no wizard (just a little creative) to find a new way to express yourself through them. Let's take a look
(Traditional Art Techniques I)
1. Drawing media II
Drawing is one of the major forms of expression within the visual arts, and is generally concerned with the marking of lines and areas of tone onto paper. Traditional drawings were monoc
Collection: Twins - Old Souls At BirthCollection: Twins - Old Souls At Birth6 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Twins: “Old Souls” at Birth?
Look into the eyes of these photographed twins in this special gallery.
Twins always seem to possess an “old souls” essence in their characters, probably because of the several profound aspects of “twindom” that the rest of us will never have to contemplate, let alone live through on a daily basis. Can you imagine having an almost perfect mirror image of yourself, living alongside you every day? Some reflexive
The Dead ZoneThe Dead Zone4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Julien Coquentin The Dead Zone
the dead zone
Julien Coquentin (bwiti) is a French “street art” photographer who captures people interacting with their environments, usually public spaces.
Sometimes the photos are “natural” captures in the moment. Sometimes the subjects are posed to become a part of the scene, sometimes as a comment on or extension of existing atmospheric art in the background, like graffiti (as in his series, “Please Draw me a Wall.”)
Tomasz Opasinski: So You Wanna Be In PicturesTomasz Opasinski: So You Wanna Be In Pictures4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Entertainment Advertising Creative Director
When his dream of one day being Captain of a naval vessel was taken away from him due to his irreparable poor eyesight, Tomasz Opasinski turned to his most powerful talent in life: he could draw and paint. Still in his native Poland, he enrolled in the School of Advertising, taking courses in computers and publishing.
The Polish Navy’s loss was an incalculable gain for worldwide creative arts lovers, especially fans of movies and the innovative movie poste
For the Love of Long Haired Men...:DAn article featuring handsome long-haired men, because they need more love!For the Love of Long Haired Men...:D4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
And because we all know how sexy they are :iconloveloveplz:
I know you will like it!
:thumb204119988:Bart by S1v1
:thumb181914136:Pergot II by ValeriyaSegalArtisian by Haste-Malaise
:thumb87897256: :thumb172761090:The week's shopping by Revelio
Mr. J Nava by charleshildreth wind in your hair 2 by xPorcelainHeartxLove me not?... by zakharova
The train... by Flush-the-Fashion :thumb216171867:Thought bubble by Revelio
:thumb227245946:DoC_Vincent_V. by nemurutenshi-yueMan in Cape by PHOTOGRAPHERchris
Poseidon by Kifer
Drawings & Paintings
:thumb89857044:Castlevania : Alucard Rev.2.0 by GouzinPrince dragon, second book by MarcSimonettiJia Yin the Covenanter 3 by mlcamaro
:thumb146761994::thumb191899641:LongestJourney:Waiting by nathie
Fairly prince by EstheryuButterfly by sweetcrescentwe are family by Digi-M
DEVID - Alone by AikurisuMichal (commission) by Ilojleen:thumb171445170:
Native American by Thubakabraspotlight by hel999Age of 21 by yuuki-ri
Fan Art Friday: DuckTalesFan Art Friday: DuckTales4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
FAN ART FRIDAY: DuckTales! Woo-oo!
Disney’s DuckTales filled many a child’s weekday afternoon with fun and adventure during the late 80’s. But where did Scrooge McDuck and all his fortune come from?
It was 1947 when Scrooge McDuck made his first appearance in the Donald Duck comic Christmas on Bear Mountain written by Carl Barks as Donald’s uncle on this mother Hortense’s side. But before he was a multiplujillionaire he st
The Fantastic Voyage Of Isaac AsimovThe Fantastic Voyage Of Isaac Asimov8 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The Fantastic Voyage Of Isaac Asimov
The Caves Of Steel by giovanino
The “Foundation” of modern science fiction
The early modern science fiction adventures written by Jules Verne and H.G. Wells pre–dated his by several decades, but it was Isaac Asimov whom the “Star Trek” generation of the 1960s thought of as being the “father” of modern hard sci–fi.
Only Arthur C. Clarke and Robert Heinlein a
Best of: Zelda Majora's Mask Fan ArtBest of: Zelda Majora's Mask Fan Art1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
The best of the best: Fan art of Zelda's Majora's Mask.
Majora's Mask by KurkoBoltsi Moonfall by Archaois
Majora's by Gahiko
Majora's Mask (Fan Poster) by Image-Six
Skull Kid - Majoras Mask by kit-a-ga-wa
MM: Fierce Deity VS Majora by KurkoBoltsi
Majora's Mask - Wooden Replica by supermaRiioMajora's Mask - Wooden Replica by supermaRiio
Majora's Mask by KirstyCarter
Majora's Mask by Arabesque91 DoA: Playing With The Moon by Orioto
The Skull Kid by JohnnyCago
Majora's Mask: The Clockworks by EternaLegend
Majoras Mask: The Moon by MaxGrecke
Full Moon by Sabretoontigers
Fan Art Friday: Indiana JonesFan Art Friday: Indiana Jones7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
FAN ART FRIDAY: Fortune &
Temple of Doom blu ray art
Indiana Jones. Professor. Adventurer. Archaeologist… or Raider?
With his iconic fedora, brown leather jacket and bullwhip, this rugged explorer has been sparking increases in enrollment for Archeology departments across the country since his cinematic debut in 1981. Created from the first collaboration between George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, Indiana Jones has not only become one of
The Google Doodle as Web IconThe Google Doodle as Web Icon9 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The Google Doodle as Web Icon
Google homepage art I did by jimlee00
For those of you keeping current, the Google logo on the Google homepage is occasionally altered, sometimes to bring attention to an event, sometimes to celebrate famous artists and scientists on their birthdays. These clever alterations are “doodles” and they are often created by guest artists.
Mohandas Gandhi: The Architect of PeaceMohandas Gandhi: The Architect of Peace7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
MOHANDAS GANDHI: The Architect of Peace
The Mahatma, the Bapu, the Visionary, The Architect of Peace.
As we celebrate the January 15th birthday of America’s greatest non–violent civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, we should also honor his mentor and role model, Mohandas Gandhi, who died on January 30th, 1948. Both of these Princes of Peace were taken from the world too soon by assassin’s bullets, the truth of their m
PE: 9 tips to be more creativeCreativity isn't just an artist's concern. Creativity is about using your imagination in every endeavor. Believe it or not, you are a creative person already. However, these tips might inspire you to get the best of what you already have.PE: 9 tips to be more creative2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
1. GET OUTSIDE
This comes as a very first tip for a reason. Whether it's outside your house or outside your mind, changing your perspective will help the ideas flow.
2. DRINK ENOUGH WATER
Your brain functions much better when well-hydrated. Symptoms of mild dehydration include tiredness, headache, muscle weakness, and dizziness - these are certainly not going to help you to think straight.
Exercise produces endorphins that might as well be responsible for your next brilliant idea.
Dreaming is very important, inside a dream nothing is impossible. Use that to your advantage.
5. STOP WATCHING TELEVISION
Or better yet, get rid of the damn thing. TV is a mind-killer. Turn it off. Even if th
Collection: Celestial IllusionsCollection: Celestial Illusions4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Back when it was common knowledge that the sun and all the planets revolved around our Earth, the phenomena of solar and lunar eclipses were mysterious and terrifying occurrences. Were the gods unhappy with us? Were these heavenly messages indicating the End of Days had arrived? Emperors and kings often felt a familial connection with the Sun, and so feared its temporary withdrawal from the sky to be a warning of its unhappiness with royal actions. Desp
A Tribute to Robin WilliamsA Tribute to Robin Williams1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
A Tribute to Robin Williams
Robin Williams Tributeby EmilyStepp
The World According to Garp 1982
Moscow on the Hudson 1984
All Out Superpower ConfrontationAll Out Superpower Confrontation7 months ago in Art Features More Like This
All Out Superpower Confrontation!
BA 04 Marvel MVP
Marvel VS DC!
Let’s get ready to rumble!
As if the battlelines weren’t already drawn, the joint communique from Marvel/Disney and Sony announcing Spider–Man being part of a shared universe, has to be the (Infinity) Gauntlet throwdown of the year.
Marvel versus DC Comics has been a decades long battle going back to the 1960’s when DC Comics restricted ho
A Tribute to Hans Ruedi GigerA Tribute to Hans Ruedi Giger1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
He was an artist you might not know.
But you’ve met his children…
It’s rare that a “new” iconic monster is born and becomes forever identifiable,—— no matter the variations, by generation after generation. So it was when George Romero created the ultimate “zombie” in his Night of the Living Dead in 1968. Zombie Apocalypse fans today may have never heard of George or seen the original “Night,” but the zombies they so love in fare like The Walking Dead owe their existence to Romero’s original vision.
In 1979, screenwriter Dan O’Bannon craft
Odyssey II: That Which Can Be ImaginedOdyssey II: That Which Can Be ImaginedOdyssey II: That Which Can Be Imagined2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Final Thoughts from Clive Barker
Odyssey. I can think of no better word to describe the journey that took place these past few months.
With the prologue, “They’re Mad, They Are,” I began work on a vessel that was not yet ready for sea. And on that holed ship, together we embarked over open waters towards an unknown destination.
What I then witnessed both touched and humbled me. You, the mighty crew of the HMS Ody