The Motion Book Tool Is Now OpenToday we are happy to announce that the Madefire Motion Book Tool is now completely open for access to anyone with a creative spark and web connection. Directly dialed into the deviantART community, you will now be able to publish your comic as-is or bring it to life on our cloud-based platform -- adding elements of atmosphere and depth to your visual narrative.The Motion Book Tool Is Now Open10 months ago in Personal More Like This
For the simplistic - if you already have a comic or graphic novel done - using the Motion Book Tool has never been easier. Simply upload the pdf's to the cloud, drag them into a project and publish. Your comic will be up on the web within minutes -- ready to be shared with the world.
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For the ones who want to take it a step further - break away from the static page and upload your assets in layers and get started thinking outside the box. Customize a soundtrack, add sound effects, play with focal points, add smoke
[AI] Vol.11 - T0xicEyeArtist Interview with the Talented T0xicEye[AI] Vol.11 - T0xicEye8 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Thank you T0xicEye for allowing me the opportunity to interview you, and providing the community with some amazing feedback about yourself and your art! Without further adue, here is the interview and feature of the lovely T0xicEye !
KovoWolf asks "Tell us a little bit about yourself! What first perked your interest in the Anthro community and Anthro art itself??"
Well, I am a soon-to-be art student and so far autodidactic digital artist. I started out with no knowledge of anthropophormism whatsoever as I joined dA, but the moment I stumbled upon the first anthro art piece, I was smitten. What really perked my interest was the mixture between human and animal anatomy. It was a foreign concept to me back then to mix appearently different anatomies that seemed to work as if it was real. It was also what brought me into studying anatomy more thouroughly for my art
Anthropomorphic animals =/= furriesI'd like to take a moment to discuss this topic.Anthropomorphic animals =/= furries1 year ago in Personal More Like This
There's a lot of controversy about what 'furry' means. It doesn't really have a set definition.
Anthropomorphic is a definition for anything with human features. Anything, like a toaster. So, all furries are anthro, but not all anthros are furries. Some artists dismiss this term, and some use it.
I don't think it's okay to call other people's anthro characters for furries unless they do so themselves. They might resent the term, therefore it would come as an insult to them - it does to me.
Well, the furry community has a bad reputation.
On sites such as FurAffinity, which is dedicated to anthropomorphic animals, has an ocean of pornographic content which range from clean to what-the-fuck-eww. People who draw and commission these kinds of things usually refer to themselves as furries. Their characters usually do not have properly developed personalities (some purely consisting of slut