The Rise Of The Artist, You Are The FutureWatch depthRADIUSThe Rise Of The Artist, You Are The Future2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
February 27, 2013/by techgnotic
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You Are The Future
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Picasso seeing a seven as an upside down nose?
Right brain warriors in the new age will be the coveted candidates ordained to lead and guide us; lifting the torch to light the way forward into a brave new beautiful world.
Artists have always feared that they are unappreciated and that the march of progress comes only from business, science and their machines. 1984 was imagined by an artist projecting these exact fears. Our guest essayist suggests the computer will never be our master, but only the super high speed counting machine it was meant to be leaving humans with only one pure task— being creative.
The Right Brain
Fan Art Friday: DuckTalesFan Art Friday: DuckTales2 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
How to Commission an ArtistI've been commissioning artists for a little over two years now, starting with site money on GaiaOnline and moving to dA from there. One thing that's hard for me to ignore is the number of artists who are concerned about being scammed, either because they've gone through that experience before or because the stories and warnings of it happening all the time proliferate. Commissioners have their own concerns about being scammed by artists. The simple fact of the matter is that it happens.How to Commission an Artist6 years ago in Art Features More Like This
However, I think a good portion of the problem is that many people who want to commission an artist have no experience doing so, and it's not as easy to find instructions on it as, say, how to draw anime eyes. That's why I'm making this guide.
It should be noted that while I mention commissioning through other websites now and then, this is meant as to general guide, and all of the examples are from deviantart.com. Also, this does not
Otto and Victoria, Octovictorian EtiquetteWatch depthRADIUSOtto and Victoria, Octovictorian Etiquette2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
There is no cosmic law that states artists must suffer many long years and demeaning day-jobs before a window of opportunity cracks open just enough to hop on through.
Fellow deviant Brian Kesinger is a case in point.
His first “day-job” in 1996—he was hired straight out of his senior year of high school—was drawing Tarzan for Disney.
Brian stayed at Disney and he considers every day there a part of his ongoing education as an artist. He most recent
RoF Feature: Of Angels and DemonsRoF Feature: Of Angels and Demons2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Of Angels and Demons
presented by the Realm of Fantasy
ravine- freya asheriby nebezial
(Michael) advby crow-god
(Omninous) Lady Paradoxia - LotCby Damascus5
Ourano - advance versionby TeiIku
Angel (light)by jameswolf
The sun will never stop shining name search by vadalein Undiscovered land by m-eralp Electric Kiss by ahermin Dreamland... by SachaKalis PAINT BALL DROP by ArwenArts Agfa Optima 1a by Squirrelondope Romania's rooftop 54 by adypetrisor Cobweb by Nitrok Run, Husky, Run by Lupinicious short story 2 by pstoev fall on fire by LarsVanDeGoor A taste of autumn by hoschie Ain't It Fun by feanutri Maple tree by porbital My Drifting Island by Oer-Wout In the mist by chavez666 Namibian Eden by hougaard the ability to dream by werram Tea and Books by Like-A-Kitty Heavy things won't fly by girltripped Sparkling Wine by ahermin the guard of forest by shade-plThe sun will never stop shining2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
:thumb82134938: autumn 7 by all17 Glacial Acid by Al-Baum twinkling by kim-e-sens Tea Time by nairafee .: FEED ME :. by onixa Sunset 3 by LorenzoDiFolco -Ancestor of recall- by Janek-Sedlar windows by ildiko-neer chocolaterie. by magnesina Last Moment by IvanAndreevich waiting hearts by augenweide cocktail time by Orwald Rider by lwc71 Light my Fire by dansch summer is a present by Lisa-Schneider Elevation by oO-Rein-Oo i love cookies by Megson Cause you're all I want.. by addy-ack All That Remains III by MyLifeThroughTheLens The swan princess by PawelMatys Alsafi by wchild .: Golden Morning :. by VictorianPrincess Flower Chakra by not-in-my-lifetime the beginning by photo-earth First Light by Sortvind gold by prismes :th
PE: 10 tips and tricks not very known about PS10 useful and not very known Photoshop tricksPE: 10 tips and tricks not very known about PS3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
1. Saving your .psd with all layers hidden makes a smaller file compared to saving it with all layers visible.
2. You can use the Crop Tool to quickly increase the canvas size of an image by holding down Ctrl + Alt whilst dragging the Crop Tool outside the current canvas.
3. If you want to see only one of your layers at a time, hold down Alt whilst clicking the eye icon of the layer. (do it again to show all layers again)
4. Holding down Alt while in a dialog box turns the Cancel button into a Reset button, so you can reset the values back to default.
5. If you want to just quickly check a very heavy .psd file, you can hold down Shift + Alt while clicking the Open button. This way Photoshop will open a flattened version of the file.
6. You can change the gray background that surrounds your image with the Paint Bucket Tool, just hold down Shift and make click on the background.
7. Not a very unknown tip, but if y
Traditional and Digital Mixed MediaFix That Miscat! is a series of articles aiming to help you distinguish between galleries that are commonly confused or abused in the category system here on deviantART. In this occasion we'll talk about Mixed Media, both Traditional and Digital.Traditional and Digital Mixed Media2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Mixed Media within deviantArt refers to artwork in the making of which more than one medium has been employed. For example, a drawing that combines color pencils, watercolors and inks in the same canvas.
To be considered as Mixed Media, an artwork needs to combine 2 or more traditional or digital mediums. However a big misconception is that Mixed Media refers only to artworks combining digital AND traditional and this is not entirely true. The combination can also be between traditional mediums only or digital mediums only and in fact, when you intend to submit to this category, you'll