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Journal Entry: Sun Jun 10, 2012, 5:31 PM
Mind games by vpotemkin


wind window by shuka4something in air by shamanskiApril Harmony by WillTC
24 by merveozbekMargerytki by modliszqaLoulou by Neil--Whiteley
546456 by aleksandra88:thumb196642476:Pray by LeslieAnnODell
Lonely by digitalarts65shallow sea by duongquocdinhAbstract - 003 by StridsbergKastania I by Chris-Lamprianidis
Tower, Tree and a Lamp by soulofautumn87Mother Nature II by AlexandraSophie:thumb214408627:
you are not alone... by ildiko-neerwinter's fairytale by karinephotoSurrender To Snow by PortraitOfaLife
Playful by jup3nepThe thaw by PawelMatystree ... by BaxiaArt
Resignation by AncaMitroiTP - Lonely Ascension by nocturnoLaced Dreams by CindyHolidayLui by k-simir
4563463 by aleksandra88Oito Jigoku by heeeemanflower of the seasons by JeanFan
Marina I by ricardomassucattoChoo-Choo by stickyredhead:thumb293672217:
Inside this winter story by VesnaSvesna.etz01. by dasTOK202 by Sasha-Seyd
Fortune  plango vulnera by NataliaDrepina...praha XVIII... by roblfc1892:: Cigarette :: by sabbbriCAInner Sanctuary by ryoung
soul strings by ildiko-neer4 by annashakinanolpol by kralya
Vollmondtraum by CorwinvonKuhwedeWhere they live pheasants by tomsumartinZazad's Inn... by Hermetic-Wings
Serenity by ravador-Rembrant_s evening- by Janek-Sedlarviolinist by Ralu77
The Buick by Dani-OwergoorChrysanthemum leucanthemum by philneffMystery02 by polyaray
Born From Emptiness by KostassoidDOORS OF WALLAU by rawimage459 by Sasha-Seyd
kx188 by metindemiralayballoons by adeliinaHeights of innocence by siddhartha19
Story for the drowned II by NataliaDrepinaThe Green Valley by emregurtenCo Thavh Phan Thiet Vietnam by duongquocdinh
:thumb292940798::thumb295027667:WindoW-II by fal-nameMaddy by Eman333
Firefingers by dozzyExplorerkirmizituruncu by MistyTableauResting by CainPascoe
Into the Nothing by Anca-Mihaelaetrafa by MistyTableauDQD by duongquocdinh
:: Cat :: by sabbbriCAy e l l o w by MistyTableauiyikotucirkin by MistyTableau
StudioStudy on 35mm  II by the35mmstudioOak 2... by immanarebefore the dark by mohdfikreeR  E  D by free0ne
The Pyramid by hougaard...praha XIX... by roblfc1892The Islands of Eagle Lake by mainescapes
Last ninja by vpotemkinMorning exercises.p1 by west-kis
Osty jesienne by modliszqaLittle Pleasures by czarnystefan



V i r g i n  B l u e  . . . by KathersisPoisoning the Queen... by Kathersis

:music: Parov Stelar - Love :cd:

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¥with out wake up¥

Journal Entry: Sat Jun 9, 2012, 4:27 PM
way through by arbebukway through by arbebuk
iwanttheworldtostop by iNeedChemicalXiwanttheworldtostop by iNeedChemicalX
I wish ... by SachaKalisI wish ... by SachaKalis
Drops by RustmouthDrops by Rustmouth
Rain Lights by KateeyRain Lights by Kateey
Twisted truth by pro-nonTwisted truth by pro-non
Green Rays by AljoschaThielenGreen Rays by AljoschaThielen
Down the rabbit hole by CameraDudeDown the rabbit hole by CameraDude
beautiful day by blue-abeautiful day by blue-a
always near by KalbiCamdanalways near by KalbiCamdan
Air by BramRomkesAir by BramRomkes

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So as on the front page of our group there are some rules and most importantly How & where to submit (… )now with EXAMPLES ! <- please check it out :), a lot of people are submitting to the wrong folder, makes my job quite hard >.< (I am thinking of setting a submitting restriction, so that users submit 2-3 images\month)


CBGB by AlabamaBallard What? by rkooli Vintage from above... by KostasKappa
:thumb285342616: Editorial 4 by JoseLuisCunha Violin by ksushiks
Toma 9250 by smoke-dymok Bohemian by Mihaela-V :thumb349110221:
Pure Narcotic by absentii Another day in paradise by photofenia casual fasion - feb 2013 [anna4] by riskbreaker


October by JuliannaRembrandt I still hear you in this old piano by Rockroehre Miss Morticia (2) by ShakilovNeel
Letting go by OlgaAthens Sister Of Charity by MariannaInsomnia Tower Hill by JuliannaRembrandt
Venezia Mirano,Somnia Romantica by Marjolein Turin by SomniaRomantica The Scent Of Elegance by CrowsReign Gramophone by rossalev-andrey
Winters Melody - Stock by MariaAmanda goodbye by nurtanrioven in red by maleica


Beautiful woman 2 by shiyen119 the glamourous diva by gestiefeltekatze Memories III by ksushiks
Beauty Portrait Anna by FlexDreams Aisii Portrait by Aisii Romantic portrait by gestiefeltekatze
Gift :D by YulchaNyan Heart flame by KseniaAltmann Beauty Eye and Lily - Retouch by TheOryGabyyh
Swing by Anette89 You Said We'll Be Together by xeneras Worth the wait... by RobertSleeper
Up Close by MissSinisterCosplay


Silvia Beach by Noleephotography Editorial by JoseLuisCunha Blue Bikini in Beach - Retouch by TheOryGabyyh
Dirty Bike by erikrulz megan renee 50 by ModelMeganRenee Jessica_IMG_6308ps_x1200_W by Wizardinc


Copacapana by a1photographe Jo. I by Hely29 Black Widows by Elisanth
Evening glow by mariannaphotography purple dream by gestiefeltekatze soft dreamy feather bed by gestiefeltekatze
:thumb352901673: Beautiful Yulia pt1 by AlexKPhoto morning dreams 2 by markdaughn
Perfect woman by lesyakikh Jess dyptic by grodpro danae by matmoon
Tender Thoughts 2 by platen Anastasia by SnezhanaMorozova


Wicked Lavender by Unique-Desire :thumb327273952: make up leo by ViivaVanity
Twiggy by NaturallyErratic Cold eye by beatqas


Different Nature by Zakahia wrapped by the red spell by caiusaugustus Sleeping Beauty Lip Art by Chuchy5


New costume! Nightraven Fiora - League of Legends by yayacosplay Nidalee Cosplay 6 by IssabelCosplay Borderlands Female Psycho Bandit 2 by SKSProps
Black Cat by la-esmeralda Xmas pinup by Giorgiacosplay LOLLIPOP CHAINSAW-Juliet by 0kasane0
Psylocke Cosplay by LadyAngelus Jasmine by KseniaAltmann Macross F - Nyan Nyan Waitress Sheryl by Xeno-Photography
:thumb349496992: Alice by KseniaAltmann Chun li cosplay by carolinaangulo
Medieval Harlot by MarcoRibbe-de


Olga Alberti by cbyn 134 by talionn Too Hot by axxoindia
gold 2 by ThomasBraun Pl. II by Hely29 [Playing In The Void] by H0LL0W25
Jewellery by aimaco Dead Sea 16 by Flyy1 Nothing to wear by blooddee
Romantic Moment by Zurmuehle I like colors by Saju90 Winter Wheat... by RobertSleeper


_Miss Miranda II. by Bloddroppe Jade Vixen - Pink 04 by TheBigTog Confession by DeGustibuss
tylgryzl 866 by MichalTokarczuk  Water bondage by roperookie Black Leather by MagistusFoto
at your disposal by Photorotic Rope by NicoleNudes Miss J. Rabbit by LuxProfundi
Kitten vol.3 - 11 by PhotoEnki Gala by mrboing66


Cold winter by MasoumehTavakoli-Art East State Football by schia025 Arachnophobia therapy by peroni68
Going Home by tamaraR The pirate life for me by tamaraR I will always be here by MirellaSantana
Urban Apocalypse by destroyinc Mermaid Lucie by sirenabonita All My Wishes Away by MasoumehTavakoli-Art
DIGITAL infinite by rikochet33

Digital Drawing

CM : Hang out Girl !! by kachima Pure Wish by Razor-Sensei Liliths Holidays by CainAndrew
Thinking of you by Amro0 Lumin Alexander - OC portrait by me-illuminated LOC - Fantasy Usher White Rabbit EX by kidkidkidkid
Anita Resurrect Colors by thezork In The Garden 2 by Amro0 Emerald City Comic Con Exclusive for Zenescope by jamietyndall
Zenescope Wonderland #10, M. Krome by sinhalite Zombies Vs. Cheerleaders Relaunch by SquirrelShaver Red riding hood Black Diamond by ToolKitten


colors by Telemaniakk One life to live by XRlS Minke by ranonus
Oblivion B/W by XRlS Scarlett Johansson by Tsalagi515 Tus causas by Redsun25
Holiday Fathom by SquirrelShaver fairy by 6vladimira6 Leanne Crow. Glamour Model. by 80sdisco

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I post stuff here, on fetlife, and on tumblr. Well, I used to - now I hardly do at all.

Not because of copyright. I understand that when you post something on the internet, you're posting it for everyone to look at, and it's going to get shared around. But the comped-up piece of shit you see above (minus my commentary) is all over the internet - it's far more widely distributed than my original version. Back when I used to read my messages here and on Fetlife, I had 12-20 messages per day about stuff like this. Mostly it was people trying to be helpful and telling me "HEY! Look over here, there's another person who smeared shit all over your art!"  And it used to take me an hour every morning to cut and paste URLs into DMCA requests to get this kind of crap taken down.

Welcome to the Internet - 1 by mjranum

But that's really only the tip of the emotional iceberg for me. About 1 in 10 times that I post a DMCA I'd get a message from the person who had posted it. So not only would my inbox be filled with woe from all the copyright violations, I'd get a breakdown approximately as follows:
10% You #*!@&^!ing @#*&!@! I hope your !&*!&^# falls off and you die of cancer!!!
30% By posting an image on the internet it's in the public domain (followed by 3 pages of complete wrongness about copyright)
30% You can't make me stop! Nyaa nyaa nyaa fuck you nyaa nyaa!
20% A lecture about how mean and rude I am
5% A genuine apology
5% Well, I like it anyway, so in spite of your having complained to me and explained why you don't like it, is it OK if I keep it up? (completely clueless in other words)

Understand, as I do, that that's a small percentage of a small percentage of all the people who share my images around. But with the size of the population on the internet, it's a large number in total. On a site like Fetlife, that equates to about 100 threatening or angry emails a year. Yeah, it really makes me feel appreciated.

I set that against the times when someone comes up to me at a conference and says "dude, I love your photography!" or I get an email from someone asking please please please for a high resolution version of the file because they want to make a big print of it and frame it for their sweetie. Or, the occasional emails where someone thanks me for my stock photography helping them get a cover gig for their first book cover. Those are great. I love those moments. But they sure as hell aren't as often as the angry, petulant, bratty, or downright snotty lectures I get from ignoramuses who want to hide behind their personal interpretation of copyright law (which, by the way, is universally wrong) or who are incapable of saying "I'm sorry."

Welcome to the Internet - 2 by mjranum

Let me tell you a true story: one of the better online friends I made on Deviantart is someone I got to know because they ripped off one of my artworks and photoshopped on it (brilliantly) to turn it into a photocomposite. I told them they couldn't do that, and they said they loved my stuff, and I suggested they use a different image - here - ... and we were off to the races. We've been swapping ideas and I've been shooting custom stock for them ever since; It's a positive and nurturing creative collaboration.

You see, I'm not some ogre. I want to get my art on just like you. But I am increasingly feeling backed into a corner. I got into doing the wet plates because a) it's cool  b) I get to work with nasty dangerous stuff  c) it looks awesome   d) you cannot duplicate a plate; it's a unique artwork. I started doing wet plates in order to protect myself emotionally and to protect my art. Oh, want to know how that turned out? Some cheese-brain was taking the scans I post of my wet plates and removing my art from them, so he could use the edges in his images because, yeah, they look cool!! He. Threw. My. Art. Away. Because. The. Only. Part. That. Was. Useable. Was. The. Edges. I almost offered him a wet plate so I could get his address and go talk to him about it face to face.

These are the emotional trade-offs I'm up against. I've finally had to confront the fact that if I want to keep posting stuff on the internet, I'm going to have to utterly concede to the faceless horde out there. I will have to either stop altogether or give it all away. Not just give it away technically, give it away emotionally. And that's the problem: if I don't care, it's not going to be any good.

Submission - 1 by mjranum

If I didn't give a shit how my photography looked, I wouldn't give a shit about someone photoshopping their bad high school poetry over top of it. I wouldn't argue with them. I'd just have to lie there and take it, and I know that eventually it's going to mean creative death for me. Perhaps where I am headed is toward making photos just for myself, and not sharing them with anyone. That's sort of where I am, already. I have boxes and boxes of wet plates on a shelf over at my studio. There, they sit. I have tens of thousands of digital images on my hard drive(s). There, they sit. I am frozen at the perfect apex between anger, disgust, and the desire to quit.
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Fairies Do Exist

Thu Jul 18, 2013, 1:34 PM
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Friday night Street Specials v12.2

Journal Entry: Fri Dec 9, 2011, 6:19 AM
what is STREET photography - Streets of Athens

Business-style lunch by Jack070

5277 - medical appointments II by fuxs

bugaboo by dojoh

valencia by dojoh

Raining Iconography by bQw

Supply and Demand by endegor

scene de rue 282 by C-Jook

Fantasies by DualMechanized

As  Happy as the Rain is Heavy... by dannyst

A Market Tale by NunoCanha

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The Lucky 13 (street tips)

Mon Jun 11, 2012, 6:12 AM
If you like what you read, please :+favlove: this article so it reaches more deviants

13 Street Photography Tips

Tony Ray-Jones was an English street photographer. In the early 60′s he traveled to the U.S for studying for a Master of Fine Arts in graphic design at Yale. He moved to NY after graduating and got a job as an art director for CBS records but he was determined to become a photographer. In New York he became good friends with Joel Meyerowitz and became part of the NY street photographers scene led by Garry Winogrand.
Jones kept notebooks, a journal if you'd like in which he wrote down his thoughts, lists and plans about photography. In one of those lists, titled "Approach" he listed some tips for better street photographs. These tip are still valid today and can be used as a basic guidelines to better street photography.

1. Be more aggressive- just to be clear, this does not mean at any way that you should jump into situation that could become violent! In a way, this simple tip holds together some of the other tips. To me, being aggressive means to get closer, to become more involved and not to give up until I get my picture.
The finger by MyPrivatePartyStreet Photography BW 127 by sagi-k

Women's Reactions by oO-Rein-Oocrunchy on the outside by saddarkness

Careful with that axe, Eugene! by StamatisGR

2. Get more involved (Talk to people) – For me, Street Photography has to be candid so talking to my subject before taking a picture in most times is out of the question. But saying thanks afterwards will be simply being polite and might save you from altercations. Some times I find myself so close to the scene that I become a part of it, talking to people is inevitable, so talk to people earn their trust and start taking pictures when they stop focusing on you and on your camera, although I have no problem to have some interaction between the people I picture and the camera, as long as there is no posing for the camera.
Hide and Seek by ilkergoksenHer name was Ursula by DeviousClown

The Upside Down Man by DougNZ The Couple by PEN-at-Work

3. Stay with the subject matter (be patient) sagi-k has discussed  this point in his Working the scene post. Check it out!

Doggy by Ikarisou It's in Your Hands by Ikarisou

hands up by myraincheck

4. Take simpler pictures- We all know that making complex compositions with many subjects will create an interesting picture but sometimes minimalism works better and will create a strong image.
tangled by fuxs:bigthumb300522144:

Street Photography BW 021 by sagi-kLegs by myraincheck

5. See if everything in background relates to subject matter- I find this tip to very important. In fact this tip is one of the points that might stand in the center of the long going debate on the definition of street photography which I try to avoid at any cost, but let's just say that a street photograph should show some interaction between the subjects or between the subject and its surroundings. A portrait with blur background is not street photography, it's just a portrait even if it was taken on the street. Another aspect of this tip is more relevant today then ever as in modern street photography we see more often the use of juxtaposition between a person and an element in the background, it cold be a sign or a monument or anything else for that matter. In order for such picture to work, there has to be a visible connection or some sort of interaction. There are too many pictures out there of a person with a poster or a sign in the background that the connection is not made. The background in street photography is another subject, it's part of the story just as the living, breathing subjects are and they have to work together.
146 by eyalbinhard cover by SimonSawSunlight

Street Photography BW 189 by sagi-khungry by SimonSawSunlight

:bigthumb307576557:high five by haksek

6. Vary compositions and angles more- Composition rules are a good starting point but rules are meant to be broken. Don't be afraid to experiment and try new and bold compositions, angles and framing, working outside of the box will generate interesting and unique pictures that will stand out.
Ties by StamatisGRfree news by Maclunar

46 by celilsezerStreet Photography BW 059 by sagi-k

street photography 20 by felixluscene de rue 250 by C-Jook

The Professional by JonnyGoodboy

7. Be more aware of composition – although the last tips was talking about looking for new compositions and breaking the rules, the composition still has to be balanced. Avoid frames in which all the weight of the picture is on one side of the frame while the rest of the frame is empty and feels redundant.
:bigthumb193192564:take five by veftenie

watch by MustafaDedeogLuPlace de la Contrescarpe - 2 by SUDOR

8. Don't take boring pictures- Probably the most important tip and not just for street photography. It takes even greater importance today in the digital world we live in, in which we are exposed to hundreds or thousands pictures everyday that we go through them so fast without paying enough attention. If you want to capture the attention of your viewers you need to make interesting pictures. As street photography is gaining interest by many avid photographers, it is also misunderstood by many of those avid new comers to the world of street photography. We are looking for the special moments in the mundane life, without those special moments, big or small it's just mundane and thus – boring…
Crushed by TreamusDiaper rash by panfoto

Street Photography BW 195 by sagi-k

9. Get in closer (use 50mm lens or wider)- We all know the famous Robert Capa quotes about getting closer, they were good advice back when Capa said those things and they are still good advice today. Getting close allows us to be involved in the scene, to feel the scene and those feelings show in our pictures. If we want people to look at our photos and understand what we wanted to say and feel what we felt then you have to get close. Today, the streets are more crowded then they used to be, people are more aware of their privacy and they are more aware of cameras. Using a wide angle lens and getting close actually allow us to be less noticed, it creates uncertainty among our subjects as to who or what are we are photographing. You can't hide the camera anymore so it's size doesn't really matter. We now stay unnoticed and we are able to keep it candid by using this uncertainty that we create.
Dog in a basket by sandas04Merci mon Dieu by SUDOR

Angry? by azazello1972

Hot dog feast by sandas04

10. Watch Camera shakes (shoot 250sec or above)- Well this one really depends on what you are looking to do, what kind of look or effect are you looking for. Usually we are looking to freeze time and capture that special moment so this tip is right on but sometimes we are looking for something else, sometimes effects like motion blur make the picture. Don't be afraid to experiment with long exposures but even then make sure that the static elements stay sharp enough. With today's equipment and image stabilizers it easy to avoid shakes at lower speeds than 1/250 of a second.
street_73 by pivanthe invasion by g-a-m

155 by harmonistStreet Photography BW 119 by sagi-k

11. Don't shoot too much – When we find a scene that we can work then we should work it but when we roam the streets looking for the next frame, we have to be focused, we have to see, hear, smell and taste the street so we can predict the moment to come and be ready for it in order to capture it with good composition and angle. Don't waste your time on taking pictures that you know that they will not make the final cut, trust your intuition when to shoot and when to let it go, you'll automatically start to shoot less.
:bigthumb304888032:Glasses three-dimensional emulation by DualMechanized

magnum by tolgatacmahaldetention by nfilipevs

12. Not all at eye level – shooting from the hip- it is a well known technique to street photographers. We use it when we feel that raising the camera to our eye might give us away and interrupt the candid moment or might get us in trouble and sometimes it's just a fast reflex to the scene in which we don't have time to raise the camera to the eye and capture a fast moment. Shooting from the hip is just a phrase of course and it's not limited to the hip… When we look at those images we also see that the unorthodox angles created by this technique produce interesting frames that feel stronger due to the angle the picture was shot at. So look for these different angles and master shooting from the hip. Another point that we must understand is that in some cases our eye level is higher than our subjects, so remember to bend your knees a little or even get down on your knees if needed to get the winning frame.
too much bike ride can harm your trousers by veftenieh by fabrizio-infrared

Streetify: Separated by tzajStreet Photography BW 188 by sagi-k

Rubicon by StamatisGR

13. No Middle distance – This one is pretty much the same as the Get in close tip. Middle distance will create flat pictures with boring perspective and remember that we want to avoid boring.
Biker Dog by tanya-n Man in white by Dionisic

192 by endonezya top by arslanalp

Free by fuxs Kids by kingmouf

REMEMBER – these are just tips, they are just basic guidelines, nothing is curved in stone and you have to find what works best for you. But if you are interested in street photography and wish to start making street photos than these tips will help you to get started and put you on the right tracks.

Original article by sagi-k :…
Images chosen by myraincheck Edited by StamatisGR

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There's a lot of deviations on the front page that I check out just so I can read the comments.
A lot of users seem to think they can define what is art and what isn't, and this never fails to infuriate me.

Have these people ever been to any art galleries? A lot of popular modern art looks like it's been drawn by 5 year olds in 5 minutes, while classical art all looks exactly the same. Maybe they should go visit some museums and start shouting "not art, herp derp" until they get thrown out.

If stuff you don't like makes the front page, it means there's an audience for that sort of stuff, in which case you should be blaming DeviantArt's user base rather than insulting the artists. Funnily enough, unoriginal Pokemon and Pony crap doesn't get as much hate as a lot of nude stuff. I wonder why. (*coughpersonalinsecuritiescough*)

Wikipedia's definition of art is: "Art is the product or process of deliberately arranging items (often with symbolic significance) in a way that influences and affects one or more of the senses, emotions, and intellect. "

By that definition crap art is possibly the best art of all, because it makes people really mad!

But this meaning is too vague for my liking, and it's horribly subjective, since everyone can feel differently about a given work of art.
Keeping in mind that a lot of people believe in a God of some kind, pretty much /everything/ could be considered art since it was deliberately created by Her.

On the other hand, DeviantArt's definition of art is: "Everything that's on this site and doesn't break the rules."
I like this one since it's simple.

Anyway, as far as I'm concerned, I don't think anyone on here has any right to complain about what is art and what isn't.
Anyone who does is just looking for an excuse to be an asshole.

tl;dr: Stop being jelly that you're not on front page.
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2013 is gone and 2014 is here - DDs I Suggested!

Journal Entry: Wed Jan 1, 2014, 2:18 PM

I love deviantART! Happy New Year to Everyone! I love deviantART!

:rose: I hope you are enjoying your holidays!! :party:

This was a wonderful DA year for me! :happybounce: I love DeviantART more and more and I know this emotion is going to grow up every day! :heart:

Last year I wrote a Journal sharing the 60 DDs I suggested during 2012! Now I'm very happy to share with you the new 98 ones!
I'm so happy when Deviants are surprised! Like this, yeh XD --> :wow:

I also would like to thank the Community Volunteers who have always been kind to me!

First of all :iconpullingcandy:!!!! :heart: :heart: Thank you, thank you, really!! Always! :huggle:

:icontalty::iconrockstarvanity::iconmaytel: :iconcakecrumbs: and :iconanoya: !!!

Unlikely there is also a CV who replies to me in a very unprofessional way... :cry: In addition to this, I receive from this person the same specific comment (YES, specific!!) on almost EVERY Deviation I suggest... there are other aspects of this person I think
 a CV souldn't have, but it doesn't matter!
The majority of you are great and I love 
the support all of you give to the Community!!

Again, THANK YOU! ^^

 :dalove: *...January...* :dalove:


Sailor Moon - Princess Meteor (Kakyuu) 10 by Ank-samaSylvanas by pagawanamannapoli among vezuvio by uurthegreatBounty Sighted by robkashikoiChii: Chobits by Cheza-FlowerMaria and prince nordich by yukigodblessMidna Helmet Complete by meanlilkittyAir Elemental: Aura by CristaliaARTYou May Kiss the Bride by KyofuuTwilight Zone Moments by SalemburnGiant Lugia Plush by SareiiPirates of the Caribbean: You Walk Like A Girl by behindinfinity

 :dalove: *...February...* :dalove:

  June May by NadiaSKX1999 by Kazuki-FuchouinEnchantress of the White by Faytful13In Power by xXAnemonaXxYuko. Whire ver. by MrsGnobOpera: official Cha-no-yu'12 photo. Milian back by ElenaLeetahQueen Amidala, Starwars by Cosmic-EmpressSword Art Online, Heathcliff Armor by EminenceRainrebirth by JuleeMClark

 :dalove: *...March...* :dalove:

CCS - Sakura - Fairy's Realm by KonCookiePlacid by IvanAndreevichPrintshop stories by JanneOEye of the Witch IV by MariusartEmerald light by kil1kMortis demands your souls by Reki-KonranThe Night Is Near by KostassoidDream of the Red Chamber III. Sin of adoration. by LenoreScarecrow

:dalove: *...April...* :dalove:

  Tomoyo Hime - TSUBASA RESEVOIR CHRONICLE by epi-cornerdiablo 3 wizard cosplay by SakuraFlammeField Commander II by writerisCoppernia city by JJasso

:dalove: *...May...* :dalove:

 Lady Woohee by SeranaideThe Outcast by arachnid15[cosplay] Hecarim by riskbreakerBamboo Dreams by dsniderPanic by BenHeineWar from Darksiders. by Shoko-CosplayYear goes by by WindyLifeYami Yugi wig by TatliflyThe Old Portsmouth by AntonioGouveiaSABER 03 by yui930marsh by AGflowerTryndamere cosplay by PortgasDAceXx

:dalove: *...June...* :dalove:

  Inusitus IV by Glenn-CrouchThe Red Death by FraSoldiersThe Hanging Bridge at Dusk by raysheaf<da:thumb id="254117121"/>This is how it ends by hateom

:dalove: *...July...* :dalove: 

RG Veda by ycysusanTrinity Blood. Death by MarionetteTheatre

:dalove: *...August...* :dalove:

Poison Apple by shanna-jonesWe've always been together by LennethXVIITrinity Blood by adelhaidFirebending by greengreencatWindrunner by KiiraeMary Poppins and....crazy Bert XD by LadyGiselle

:dalove: *...September...* :dalove:

 Trinity Blood - Esther Blanchett by AgnessBlanvradicaCarcassonne: Bastille Day 2013 by NightcitylightsDavy Jones Costume by Nocte-AngelusBlack Rock Shooter Insane by Elektra86

:dalove: *...October...* :dalove: 

Dusty Memories by irenegrNew violin for sale by deviantviolinsSometimes fetters is better than freedom #2 by alexgonzaoCross the border by MalinavTe Hoho Sunrise by chrisginObscure by NogiSan<da:thumb id="404343161"/>Remake of a shouchikubai kanzashi by CovenEyeFor the Horde!! by Imriel87Pag34 - Loumyx2 by Sapo85waiting by nurtanriovenDark Forest by Elena-NeriumOleanderSam Gideon by DANQUISHOrigami Bouquet by PikkochanCarolin for Style-ology magazine by Michelle-Fennelsunlight again by StefanBeutlerX 1999: Princess Hinoto 1 by Tanuki-Tinka-Asai

:dalove: *...November...* :dalove:

Winter storm ii by cprmayPrincess Zelda by CelestialExploringNo-one tells me where to go by ver1saScissors Crown - Red Queen? by NemoZoeFreddy`s new Nightmare by Kim-sanThe delicate sound of water by XavierJamonet...dresden III... by roblfc1892: D E E P - S L O W : by wildmushrooms

:dalove: *...Dicember...* :dalove:

Reflecting Infinity by bordaDarkHeresy2ndEdCoverKollros by guterrezEnoshima Junko figure stand version by Inushioroam by NikytaGaiaAlmost there by WinPicsWay up high by steinlilandA Photograph for The Skybridge by hootalexDaria 073 by MichalTokarczukRed Sea by eyesweb1Inside a floating ice by porbitalRomantic Arabesqued Watch by francescadaniAli3 by Grooveinjector

Walking llama If you want to see the Deviations I suggest last year, click here! -->…

:squee: !!Have a great... New Year!! :squee:

by harleshinn