Day #1 Finished (yay)Just documenting my progress for the jam. I woke up at 4:30 today, so I'm pretty much ready to fall asleep (though, I usually wake up at that time anyways). Anyways, the Nitrome theme is "dreams" (how original), we're doing a simple game where you have to eradicate "nightmares" (or ghosts) with your special machine that sucks them up. When you suck up a ghost you gain it's abilities (changing gravity, running, jumping etc).Day #1 Finished (yay)1 year ago in Personal More Like This
So today the most important things that I finished are.
1. I managed to pump out a running animation for the main character
(RUN FORREST, RUN!)
There are a lot of things that are wrong with this thing, one of those things being the gun. The way he waves it doesn't make sense so I'll have to fix that later on (which shouldn't be too hard to fix, hopefully).
The second most important thing is a mockup that I'm working on to get a better feel of what we want and to give our sound artist a clearer picture for what the music should be like (we have a so
Highly recommended by GGB II. (Part 2)Highly recommended by GGB II. (Part 2)2 years ago in Personal More Like This
In this part you'll meet with some of our already known passions, but we will show you some new as well.
THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES
(beautiful portraits with untold stories)
crawling in my skin by NOIZEG
All I Need by ToshaVishnevskayadelicate by zieniuKim XV by Pawssou
WNC - Monthly Feature No. 30Don't forget to this feature if you like it.WNC - Monthly Feature No. 302 years ago in Art Features More Like This
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A subtle sense of poetry by EinsilbigInto Another Dimension by DpressedSouldefragmentation of sight by aerendial
Dune by MarcinFlisSupposition by KizukiTamuraFlowing Diagrid by SunsetSam
Untitled by lwc71not in your nature by davespertineUntitled by lwc71
Alpine I by Mar-jus996 by MordsAlpine IV by Mar-jus
Everything is quiet (over the surface) by vbagiatis1064553w by crossfading
WNC - Monthly Feature No. 16Don't forget to this feature if you like it.WNC - Monthly Feature No. 163 years ago in Art Features More Like This
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Photography Weekly: Edition Forty ThreePhotography Weekly Header created by TouchedDPhotography Weekly: Edition Forty Three3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.
I was fascinated this week by an article about the Photographer who survived a year only on Penguin Steaks. When I read further I was enlightened about an exhibition to the Antarctic that I had never before heard of. In 1914, Sir Shakleton along with 27 men, 69 dogs and a cat sailed from Buenos Aires to Antarctica. They wanted to be the first to cross the Antarctic Continent on foot. However their boat became trapped and they lived on the ship for 10 months. Some of the photographs captured of those moments are wonderful - timeless creations of moments when all you really have to keep yourself occupied with, is thinking and existing. To cut a long exhibition short, they spend almost two years (some of them) existing on penguins and biscuits. But the whole time they were there, Frank Hurley, a Photog
Project Educate: Abstract and Surreal Photography Abstract and SurrealProject Educate: Abstract and Surreal Photography3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
"Surreal photography would be more about creating a world or image which goes beyond the physical world as we know it. It usually shows something which would be impossible in real life or tampers with the line defining what is real and what is imaginary. Surreal = beyond the real." - Shalora Former Community Volunteer
DianaCretu has a gallery that explores the boundaries of many different types of art. In terms of surrealism however she has some intriguing and mystery pieces that help explain the limitations and broadening horizons that can be met whilst exploring surreal photography.
Blurs, angles, shapes and shades all can combine beautifully to create surrealistic pieces of photography.
Photography Daily Deviations - January 2012For other Photography Daily Deviations please check out ScENeYmE's round up for this month which you can find Here!Photography Daily Deviations - January 20123 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
50 Entree Fromage by RoselineLphoto
Coffee by Teayii
Demarcation by DireDigression
Luxury by EliseEnchanted
Marina Bay Panorama by Pandowo014
On the turning away by realityDream
274 by AmeliaPhotography
glass by SabrinaCichy
Bridal Party by demi2004
Extraterrestrial by colorful-child Kissyfish by lorrainemd
Dancing under the rain 2 by naru-naru3 fades down far by Migrena
Come and tell me a story,Mommy by LiiQa
Tuxessories Cameo for Charity by behindinfinity :thumb280862522:
Marie Antoinette by Gurololi
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Project Educate: Capturing MotionGetting shots of the world in motion is often considered quite a tricky art. However the times when I've managed that interesting motion capture have been pure fluke! But to set up with the intention of capturing motion especially where transport is concerned takes a little time and some helpful tips.Project Educate: Capturing Motion4 years ago in Personal More Like This
The most obvious and often forgotten technique that everybody knows but doesn't always put into practice is to position ahead of your targets intentioned path. Don't try and follow the moving object, predict a bit and get ready to capture it moving into frame. Otherwise you have the potential to be there..forever.
With regards to motorboats and people skiing or stunt cars, it's best to aim to shoot the action rather than the build up. Focus on getting that opportune moment!
It's vital when shooting action that you capture the motion for the final product. Setting sports mode on your camera will give you the chance to captu
Mrs-Durden - deviantART Portrait PhotographerPeople and Portrait PhotographyMrs-Durden - deviantART Portrait Photographer1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Meet Mrs-Durden - AKA Nina... Mrs-Durden has been on deviantART for over four years and more recently became a member of the communityrelations volunteer team for Artistic Nude Photography!
Tell us a bit about yourself, how you got started with photography and in general how you ventured into portrait photography?
I have a bit of an odd story when it comes to why I got started with photography. I have a photographic memory, and I've always been fascinated in a strange way with the whole concept of “sight”, “seeing”, and being able to capture things the way they appear to you. When I was a kid my great aunt died of Alzheimer’s, and I was always a bit afraid that one day I'd find out I have it too, and I'd forget everything. So I started becoming a bit of a hoarder, collecting receipts, old toys, price tags, books, emails, print screening conversations, etc etc. This obsession trans
Surreal Photography: Short Feature IMy first blog for #Abstract-and-Surreal!Surreal Photography: Short Feature I3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Windows in the Sky by DpressedSoul trip by tuminka
Celebrating Diversity #2Welcome to the 2nd edition of Celebrating Diversity! This series of articles aims to bring you outside of your comfort zone in terms of Art and showcase from a wider range of galleries to embrace the diverse nature of the submissions to deviantART. Not only are we stepping you outside your normal 'go to' galleries - but we as the writers of this fantastic series, are visiting places that we wouldn't normally go to as well.Celebrating Diversity #23 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
As humans , we are all different. We have so many types of all sorts of things in the world such as cars, jobs, flavours of crisps, hair colours and so on - as Charles De Gualle once said, " How can you govern a country that has 246 different types of cheese?" It's a challenge to embrace so many things, but one that we should try hard to accept.
The Freek Show Weekly Feature #33:iconthe-freek-show:The Freek Show Weekly Feature #333 years ago in Personal More Like This
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Abstract and Surreal Spotlight Vol. 51Einsilbig'sAbstract and Surreal Spotlight Vol. 511 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 51
Abstract and Surreal
New Dawn in Giza
Crystal truth II
A perfect day II
wash my blood away
The first green
Photography Troubleshooting:How to Photograph FoodMany of us lament about a lack of subjects to Photograph - and almost just as many of us create something on a daily basis that with a bit of presentation, can look like a masterpiece. Food is one of the most accessible Photographic subjects and if you've no idea where to start, hopefully this article will give you a few pointers. Firstly, you don't need an expensive D-SLR in order to capture some of the food masterpieces you see around.Photography Troubleshooting:How to Photograph Food3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
The above was taken with a Sony Cybershot which is a good quality point and shoot camera. As you can see, the focus is crisp, the quality is good and the lighting is adequate. It works well - and it's easy enough to achieve whether you have a D-SLR or something smaller.
Before you start cooking - get prepared. It's the simplest easiest thing to say and you'll likely roll your eyes at such a mundane instruction but there have been many times when I've found mysel
DAILY DEVIATION REPORT: JUNE 2015As promised here the DD's from the previous month in the category of Abstract and Surreal.DAILY DEVIATION REPORT: JUNE 20152 weeks ago in Art Features More Like This
If you want to suggest an outstanding or breathtaking piece of art to become a DD in this category, please contact justanothersomeone as being the responsible Community Volunteer for Abstract and Surreal. But now enjoy the selection from June.
4005 by donmezerm
gRaViTaTiOnZ iN 3 dIrEkTiOnZ by nenmayk
9874 by dreamisdestiny1
Through-a-Lens Feature Friday #58On Spring break, so was able to submit one...Through-a-Lens Feature Friday #581 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Once I go back next week, probably won't be on dA regularly until the summer.
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Away From the Fury of Nature by erene
Abstract Photography: Circles III"μὴ μου τοὺς κύκλους τάραττε." ~ ArchimedesAbstract Photography: Circles III3 years ago in Personal More Like This
("Do not disturb my circles.")
Abstract art in general eliminates all or most recognizable references to reality, and instead uses the very basis of how we define reality – line, shape, pattern, texture, and color – to provoke feeling and thought. Since photographers must necessarily create art from reality, an abstract photographer must somehow divorce what is seen in the viewfinder from its original context, usually by photographing only a part of the whole, with the goal of creating a new, unseen reality.
Focusing in on only one element of reality, a shape is an enclosed geometric figure, such as a square, a hexagon, or a triangle. A circle is also a shape of Euclidean geometry, but it is composed of the set of points in a plane that are equidistant from a
Die Ghul Show with PRODUCTNO49!:icondasghul:: Welcome to my humble show, :iconproductno49:!Die Ghul Show with PRODUCTNO49!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Do you enjoy being here?
:iconproductno49:: Its kind of empty. No crowd or people, its nice.
:icondasghul:: Did you just call our humble audience NON-PEOPLE?
:iconproductno49:: Heh no of course not. I meant its unlike those shows on TV like Oprah, with hundreds of people watching the host and the guest. I would hate to be on one of those, but I doubt Ill ever be on something like that anyways
this is more quiet, no cheering or applauding (or is there?)
:icondasghul:: Well there most definitely won't be any live audience, people telling the live audience when to clap, canned laughter, commercial breaks, or other shit like that around here!
I hope there still will be some APPRECIATION in the end, though…
Does this answer your question and/or satisfy your absolutely justified HATE?
:iconproductno49:: Yes well I just like when people can talk to each other without any extravaganza or shows or fake
Abstract Photography - Bright as YellowYellow is the color evoked by light that stimulates both the L and M (long and medium wavelength) cone cells of the retina about equally, with no significant stimulation of the S (short-wavelength) cone cells. Light with a wavelength of 570–590 nanometers is yellow, as is light with a suitable mixture of red and green. The lovely abstract photographs below prominently feature the color yellow:Abstract Photography - Bright as Yellow4 years ago in Personal More Like This
More abstract photography can be seen here.
your imagination, my dreamsdeparted, the world now turned greyyour imagination, my dreams3 years ago in Personal More Like This
keep loosing the way, and with it, myself
grasping the shadows, in between worlds
Prayer by MarinaCoric some lost days by WonderMilkyGirl
CVII by ambrosia3 shaper of dreams. by Sea-of-Ice Flood by anaPhenix
time is going by swiejkowska Atlas Helix by RGDart To be or not to be by Lissuin
confused in my dreams, laden with symbols
HomSweetH by dginia 03242011-7 by hoaxeye PacMan is hungry by dginia
Lambda by dginia '09 by dechobek UnFinishedCross by dginia
The Under-Loved, Vol. 11The Under-Loved, Vol. 111 month ago in Art Features More Like This
Send a Note to Critique Collectors
CritiqueCollectors is a group focused on featuring the most excellent pieces around . As such, it is my intent to bring to you some of the best pieces in the gallery that appear to be underloved.
Please show these artists some love.
their work, or leave a comment - if they still have formal critique enabled, please feel free to give them your thoughts with that feature as well!
These pieces d
What Photography Is, part 2Framing DesireWhat Photography Is, part 22 weeks ago in Art Features More Like This
"Poignant longings for beauty, for an end to probing below the surface, for a redemption and celebration of the body of the world—all these elements of erotic feeling are affirmed in the pleasure we take in photographs." -Sontag
Welcome back to another edition of this weeks discussion on what photography is. Yesterday we left off with a question. If the photograph is defined by its subject, what then is happening to the subjects defined by their photographs? We need to look at this question first through the lens of desire. For desire is the most prominent role that photography takes. Arguably, this mode of photography may also be the most subversive but that will be for you to decide after we've looked at other modes in the coming days. So when we speak of desire in photography, or in another word romance, what do we mean? We are not referring to the overtly sexual or blantantly "romantic" images, though tho
ALL ABOUT JUSTANOTHERSOMEONEAll AboutALL ABOUT JUSTANOTHERSOMEONE6 months ago in Art Features More Like This
We all see them around DeviantArt … they do WONDERFUL things for this community in one way or another … we admire them; we love them; we would LOVE to get to know them a little more :iconloveloveplz: … Well now is your chance to see how they are, how they think, how ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL they are!!! :iconflyingheartsplz::iconlainloveplz::iconflyingheartsplz:
Today we will get the chance to look into justanothersomeone ’s heart … He’s one of the Community Volunteers who takes care of the Abstract and Surreal Photography Gallery :iconloveloveplz: … Do you want to peek into his heart??? :iconloveloveplz: Well, COME ON!!! :iconyaayplz: Let’s go meet the “human” behind the username!!!
Who is justanothersomeone , how would you describe yourself?
What Photography Is, part 4Photography as a Tool for IdeologyWhat Photography Is, part 42 weeks ago in Art Features More Like This
"To photograph is to appropriate the thing photographed. It means putting oneself into a certain relation to the world that feels like knowledge—and, therefore, like power. A now notorious first fall into alienation, habituating people to abstract the world into printed words, is supposed to have engendered that surplus of Faustian energy and psychic damage needed to build modern, inorganic societies. But print seems a less treacherous form of leaching out the world, of turning it into a mental object, than photographic images, which now provide most of the knowledge people have about the look of the past and the reach of the present. What is written about a person or an event is frankly an interpretation, as are handmade visual statements, like paintings and drawings. Photographed images do not seem to be statements about the world so much as pieces of it, miniatures of reality that anyone can make or acquire." -