RANDOMVEUS CHARACTER DESIGN CONTEST + extra infoRANDOMVEUS CHARACTER DESIGN CONTEST + extra info3 years ago in Personal More Like This
RandomVeus Character Design Contest!
Wanna see a character of your design in RandomVeus Vol.2?If so then this can be your chance.
The contest is simple.
You create a character that YOU could see as an employee of the '1 Dimensional Couriers' in the Veuniverse.
- Your character will join the 1 Dimensional Couriers crew. (They will appear in several scenes with speaking dialogue)
- Design credit for character.
- Your character will be featured at the receiving end of a delivery. (They ordered package, and 1DC is delivering it)
- Design credit for character.
1. One character per person (so make it count)
2. The character has to be created specifically for this contest (so no existing OC's will be accepted)
3. Full Colour if possible, any medium. Full body preferable.
4. Your submission doesn't have to look 'professional'. So long as the concept is clear and understandabl
more SBFFFrom this week's TV Guide:more SBFF3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Saturday mornings are super again. Harkening back to the glory days the 1970s and '80s when kids got their weekends going with Super Friends and School House Rock, Cartoon Network is launching DC Nation, a programming block that showcases the heroes of the DC Comics library. Anchoring the hour will be the CGI show Green Lantern: The Animated Series (10am/9c) and the continuation of the first season of Young Justice (10:30am/9:30c). Scattered Throughout the hour are animated shorts and interstitials with news and vignettes from around the DC universe.
Though some of the shorts feature big names like Superman and Batman, many will put the spotlight on "characters we've always wanted to see animated, but that might not be able to support a whole series," says Peter Giardi, senior vice president at Warner Bros. Animation, which is coordinating the block. Among the second-tier characters featured are Black Lightenin
Tip of the Day: ConcentrationAn essential ability for success is to bend your concentration towards the things that matter the most.Tip of the Day: Concentration3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Punch your mental distractions in the face and start concentrating on what matters.
If it's a loved one that is distracting you, don't punch them... just ask them to give you time to concentrate
Sending positive vibes to you all!
Top 5 Mistakes (I've made over the years)To many people in comics, I only arrived a few years ago with Joe the Barbarian. Then came Hellblazer (completed in 2008 before I began working on Joe), American Vampire: SOTF, and finally Punk Rock Jesus. Once in a while someone will mention Off Road (an OGN I did with Oni back in 2004), but for the most part it seems like I've been published only these last few years when in fact I've been published professionally for a decade now.Top 5 Mistakes (I've made over the years)2 years ago in Personal More Like This
This isn't a plea to have everyone go back through my previous work--in fact, I'm glad that a lot of the books I've done over the years aren't on readers' radars. I'm proud of it all, but the books above are a nice, tight group of titles to be associated with. They're all in a similar brand, they're all recent, they all have good creators/publishers associated with them, and the artwork is mostly consistent. Go back further than that, and you'll see artwork that looks nothing like the stuff I'm doing these days. (Although Off Road still holds up to some de
TO THE ASPIRING ARTISTS OUT THERE..."One of the things people say to me ' Can you do it? You know, i don't really have a budget, It won't take you too long, right, you can just whip it out, right? NO. For me, in order to do that drawing, even if it takes me 10 minutes to do, the reality is it's taken me FORTY YEARS and 10 MINUTES TO DO, because of all of my EXPERIENCE, and that's what's so important to understand that this is YOUR energy and this is YOUR time... These people who are asking you to do this stuff for free, you think they're getting paid? OF COURSE they're getting paid. This happens and this why people do this. This is why there's so many STARVING ARTISTS out there."TO THE ASPIRING ARTISTS OUT THERE...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
COWBOY BEBOP/SAMURAI CHAMPLOO DIRECTOR RETURNS!Official teaser trailer to Animation director SHINICHIRO WATANABE'S ( Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo ) new action-comedy TV series "Space Dandy," production by Bones Studio.COWBOY BEBOP/SAMURAI CHAMPLOO DIRECTOR RETURNS!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Co-directed by SHINGO NATSUME (Full Metal Alchemist: Sacred Star of Milos) & written by KEIKO NOBUMOTO ( Wolf's Rain, Cowboy Bebop, Macross Plus) & DAI SATO ( Cowboy Bebop, Ghost In The Shell: SAC, Eureka 7). Premieres in Japan in January. My body is ready.
Mythical Cartography, The Artistry of MapsMythical Cartography, The Artistry of Maps3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
:icontechgnotic: by techgnotic
"Scars can come in handy. I have one myself above my left knee that is a perfect map of the London Underground."—Prof. Albus Dumbledore
Early life becomes an exploration of invisible parameters, circles beyond circles, as one pushes out to test the boundaries of safety. There is one’s bedroom, one’s home, neighborhood, school and town, state and nation. Early on, maps become important documents – declarations of being and rights and privileges. In the art world, throughout history, maps have been a constant measure of human progress, from the Phoenecians recording their trade routes over 2000 years ago, or pre-Columbian times in which map
2012 Artbook Pre-Order PricingHowdy, gang!2012 Artbook Pre-Order Pricing3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hope you all had a good day and/or/if you're just starting into it hope it goes swell!.
Below is the info you've already read in a previous journal, so I'll b-line the updated info here at the top.
2012 art book price for both volumes:
:iconryanbnjmn: and I have have a special for books that are either pre-ordered or purchased at the conventions.
Pre-orders (limited time only) and convention special:
Purchase of 2 books: $50.00 total
Purchase of single books $30.00 each.
Pre-ordering shipping info coming soon, so stay tuned!
I'm also putting out a 3rd book this year. It'll have some of my personal art in it and this is what the Name Game was for.
The contest is closed and the winner and the runner-ups will be announced soon. Thank you to all who participated!
Contest can be viewed here ----> http://cheeks-74.deviantart.com/
ATTACK ON TITAN LIVE-ACTION COMMERCIAL by SUBARUThis is just a car commercial but dammit if this doesn't look promising. The Titans look creepier than I expected.ATTACK ON TITAN LIVE-ACTION COMMERCIAL by SUBARU1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Directed by Shinji Higuchi, the director of the Live-Action Attack on Titan film dropping next year.
Art Weapon For The PeopleArt Weapon For The People5 months ago in Art Features More Like This
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As you explore the possibilities just opened up to you by the DeviantArt Mobile App, you should all be asking more than just “how can this app entertain me,” but instead, how
The Three problems with how we learn art: pt.3I've been thinking about how and why we learn to draw for a few years now. I started self-analazing my own drawing and character design thought process when I began writing my first art instruction book, "Creating Characters with Personality". It was harder than I thought to verbalize how I've learned and how I process drawing. This has led me to start looking back at my artistic life and how I learned art. What made me learn the most? What drove me to draw and stick with it? What led to others I knew as a child to stop drawing? I think I'm ready to present some of those thoughts here on DA and hear what you think. This is part 2 of three in a series. I'm not sure where this is leading, but step one is my establishing an online art instruction school called Taught ByA PRO (http://www.taughtbyapro.com) that will (in phase one) concenThe Three problems with how we learn art: pt.31 year ago in Personal More Like This
Sherlock"I'm a consulting detective... the only one in the world."Sherlock1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Drugs Bust by naturalshocks
'Sherlock' by sueworld
Sherlock by joniina
Number Systems by naturalshocks Still the Addict by naturalshocks Gottle o' Gear by naturalshocks
Sherlock by MP-R
Molly Hooper by alicexz Lestrade by alicexz The Woman by alicexz
Sherlock and Irene by Olga-Tereshenko
The Professional's Path (part 2)With this online art community, we have a unique opportunity to connect with our kindred. We must avail ourselves of this experience, for it may never come again.The Professional's Path (part 2)3 years ago in Personal More Like This
In answering a friend over on facebook, I said the following, and perhaps it may also prove useful to some here...
"It's seldom a good idea to aspire to be a professional artist solely for financial gain. Creativity just doesn't work that way (in most cases). Just as on the amateur level, an artist must truly love creating art. Any profit should always be but a fringe benefit. Even in putting up with corporate meddling and other nonsense, the professional artist should seek to imbue every project with something of him or herself in order to maintain balance, and to keep the enjoyable flow of creativity active. This doesn't mean that there should not be a concern for proper compensation. However, compensation should never be the primary motivation (unless you
SBFF now online!DC Nation has posted 3 of the 5 SBFF!! shorts online for your viewing pleasure! If you didn't catch them when they aired on Cartoon Network (*cough*and you're too ethical about copyright to watch them on YouTube *cough*) take a look and let me know what you think. If people like them enough, maybe I'll get to make more!SBFF now online!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Make sure you take a moment to vote for your favorite SBFF (Supergirl, Wonder Girl or Batgirl) at the the little poll on the right side of the page.
And while you're at it, enjoy this unused pose from the episode "Grounded." This was from a scene that ended up getting cut. Wonder Girl and Batgirl were almost crushed by the tractor Superman deflected.
Wonder Girl and Batgirl © DC & Warner Bros.
TO YOU ASPIRING ARTISTS...Someone just linked me to this image (even featured my artbook cover in it) this morning and I thought it spoke to what i've dealt with my entire career.TO YOU ASPIRING ARTISTS...1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Try to embrace what makes you different, even if it makes others uncomfortable.
''Bahrainham''?Unsurprisingly, after the murder of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists last week: media hysteria is higher than normal, with news networks reporting on virtually nothing but counter terrorism plans.''Bahrainham''?4 months ago in Personal More Like This
Joke news network Fox was clearly so caught up in it all that they went into full reality meltdown, claiming that parts of Britain had become no-go areas for non-Muslims, and that “Muslim Religious Police” were patrolling parts of London, attacking anyone who did not conform to Islamic law.
Birmingham, they said, was a city populated purely by Muslims, and people not of that faith just didn’t go there…..which was news to me. I live just outside it, I venture in on a weekly basis and, as far as I am aware, I am not a Muslim.
The, clearly bat-sh*t, journalist that made these insane accusations was immediately pointed to and laughed at by, well, everybody, and went on to apologise for his “terrible error”.
Are you caught in 'The Technique Trap?'Hello family! Chris Oatley wrote a very interesting post about what he's terming "The Technique Trap" over on his blog. He writes: "Unfortunately, technique is often the only thing young artists ever think about." I believe that this is true for two reasons: 1) I was caught up in this as a young artist trying to break into the comic book industry. Back in the day, I could only afford to attend the Chicago Comic Convention, and I would spend months working on my portfolio. I would finish it mere minutes before the con, and then walk in, past the 'original art' tables, and immediately cry at how horrible my portfolio is in comparison to the professional comic pages in front of me. I wanted to draw just like those guys! But as time passed, I realized that it was folly, and that I needed to learn how to tell a visual story, rather than just 'copy' what someone else was doing. And secondly, I get more questions about technique than anything else! And I have to be honest, it's easier to answAre you caught in 'The Technique Trap?'2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Secrets of Superman's UnderwearSecrets of Superman's Underwear1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
ACTION COMICS No.40 coloredby JoeJusko
Fan Art LawFan Art Law3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Fan Art Law
Mon Sep 10, 2012 by techgnotic
t seems there’s nothing quite as dear to the hearts of many of our deviants as their production of fan art, and at the same time, there is nothing so knotted with legal and ethical headaches. Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but in the form of fan art it has also become one of the most frustratingly complicated. At some point, the sheer volume of fan art around a single property may become so large that the issue rises to another level of scrutiny by the creators of the original work.
With this dynamic in mind, we thought the following panel that Josh Wattles, our Advisor In Chief here at deviantART, and a mystery guest named Harold Smith, gave at Comic Con this year might be of immense help in understanding the ever evolving elements of fan art
Tip of the Day: What to do?Tip of the Day: Sometimes the way to find out what you'd be good at is to think about what you'd do if you didn't have to make money.Tip of the Day: What to do?3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Sending positive vibes to you all!
Tip of the Day: TimeTip of the Day: Not all time in life is equal. Some moments count much more than others.Tip of the Day: Time2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Sending positive vibes to you all!
Tip of the Day: Believing is not DoingTip of the Day: A lot of times people might ask for advice and when they are told the answer, their reaction is "Oh I know that already." Believing in something isn't the same as acting upon what you believe in. Successful people DO the things they know they should do whether they like it or not.Tip of the Day: Believing is not Doing3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Sending positive vibes to you all!
Beware of this scammer! (new alias)[update 2] The scammer is now actively using this account: cayman90053, posting stolen work and accusing the original artist (chris-anyma ) of theft.Beware of this scammer! (new alias)2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
[update] He has deactivated his account, but it's likely he will make a new one at some point. Keep your eyes peeled and don't let your guard down. >:C
For more info:
http://fav.me/d58rwuc http://www.bleedingcool.com/2012/12/01/josh-hoopes-scams-two-more-on-deviantart/ http://fav.me/d5nqqcq
Watch out for people named: Greg Garwood, Josh Hoopes , Stive Raptor
Watch out for these e-mails used: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
known new accounts: cayman90053
possible DA accounts: accountings
former DA handles: dk950 , cirus8, warrioroftime82
Recently I was contacted by a potential client, but as I did my usual research on him, he turned out to be a rather active scamme