Community Projects - UpdateHi! I'm Hunter, your "new" Community Projects volunteer! I hope our time together will be awesome and productive, and to further this goal I've prepared this... um... brief update to let you all know of some changes coming to the Community Projects gallery, and how we're going to continue in 2012! So here we go!Community Projects - Update4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Changes to Community Projects
So this year we're going to do things a bit differently. My primary goal as Community Projects CV is to support you, the community. Community Projects doesn't exist solely to run our own projects, we're primarily here to help you out with yours. If you want to run a Project, read this article, as it will explain things in greater detail, and then send a note to haldron.
If you know of an awesome project, and you think we should know about it too, link it here!
In the past, we added a lot of categories to Community Projects each year, which ended up cre
Proposed Projects Category ChangesHello again, deviants one and all!Proposed Projects Category Changes4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
I come to you today as your humble Community Projects volunteer, and I need your help and feedback! We're interested in making some changes to the Community Projects category structure!
Specifically for this round, we're looking at the Projects > Holidays category, and sub-categories!
Why Change it?
First off, this is an important question. A long time ago, when deviantART was just getting used to using the big boy potty, there weren't a lot of categories in Projects. But as deviantART grew, the number of categories grew and grew and grew!
The current structure of Projects > Holidays relies on a year-specific system. So you will have Projects > Holidays > [Year] and then yet more sub-categories for each holiday that year. That results in us having a lot of categories for, say, Christmas, or New Years. One for every y
Hot Off The Press: Megalopolis by Martin Stavars!After the exciting news of ChewedKandi publishing Adobe Masterclass Illustrator - there's even more amazing news from yet another member of deviantART!Hot Off The Press: Megalopolis by Martin Stavars!3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Huge congratulations to xMEGALOPOLISx for publication of his book 'Megalopolis' this month. The book offers an amazing collection of photographs which capture the complexity of the world's biggest metropolises.
" this book is a compilation of photographs from fourteen megacities: Dubai, Incheon, Seoul, Busan, Chongqing, Shanghai, Singapore, London, Toronto, Montreal, Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong, and Istanbul. Revealing the complicated nature of the world's largest metropolises is the ultimate challenge undertaken in Megalopolis. In his photographs, Martin Stavars attempts to grasp this complexity and the networks of intertwined spatial relationships of urban or