Jackson Pollock: Champion of the New ArtJackson Pollock: Champion of the New Art3 weeks ago in Art Features More Like This
JACKSON POLLOCK: Champion of the New Art
My Jackson Pollock Nine by DarkLinkFire
Just as Dada and surrealism had been the art world’s mocking response to the world’s failed progressive pretensions in response to the anti-human horror of World War I, the art movement that blew up in the wake of World War II’s repeat performance was “abstract expressionism.”
PVART - Boost Your Visibility + Win Points!Project Vision Art (PVART), launched in July of 2014, is the first and only service on deviantART that allows deviants to share their artwork, projects, contests, and more with video accompaniment. The product video is easy to create, can be watched by anyone, and is affordable for all budgets.PVART - Boost Your Visibility + Win Points!6 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
About six months ago, I started playing with the idea of how to make art more visible to people. When you sell artwork on deviantART, or elsewhere, you hit a wall; you can only share a link and hope that people will look at it and enjoy it. Adding a video allows you to share more about the piece.
Artwork often has a story behind it. Projects can often be better explained verbally than with typed words. And after all, if a picture is worth a thousand words, a short movie must be worth thousands if not millions. Give video a chance to show off your work!
Get The Word Out!
I really want to sh
Friday Feature: Nature is simpleRemember to full view, as the pictures the pop into the place I intended for them.Friday Feature: Nature is simple4 months ago in Personal More Like This
Summer is coming to an end, there is only about a week left of August, and the heatwave that hit Norway is long gone. I have managed to catch the cold, even without trying, and the teachers in my country are on strike. I have realised that handling images taken in raw is very cumbersome seeing as iPhoto changes the format to JPEG again, in addition to hiding away the original files so you have to really put an effort into finding the original files again. I went to the USA in the beginning of the summer holidays. Very disappointed in myself as I have very few photos that are not family photos from the trip. BUT, enough about my irritation towards my Macbook and other stuff that are annoying. Let us look at some beautiful photography.
This week's, (or rather this time as I am not very good at making this a weekly thing), theme is Simplistic Nature, if that is even a team. What
Game Of Thrones: Stock FeatureGame of Thrones: Stock FeatureGame Of Thrones: Stock Feature8 months ago in Art Features More Like This
ProjectPorkchop Vol266ProjectPorkchop is all about bringing more exposure to the many talented yet under appreciated artists going unseen on deviantART daily. The artists chosen truly deserve more attention based on low counts of favorites, comments, and watchers, added to their incredible artistic talent.ProjectPorkchop Vol2661 year ago in Art Features More Like This
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Holding II by lissiebug
Códigos para DA♥ Para que funcione el código obviamente es TODO JUNTO, sin espacios.Códigos para DA3 years ago in Personal More Like This
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ProgressArtistic slumps, and slumps in general, are a unpleasant part of life that many of us have had to endure. I think the impact of a slump depends upon how we handle it. As a few of you are aware, I have been in a slump since the 2012 holidays. To help relieve the effect of the slump I finally remembered advice I have given to and received from others:Progress2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Go to a museum/gallery/website and look at other art.
Clean your workspace for art making.
Make random marks, doodles, sketches. Just do. Making art for just the sake of making it can pull one out of a creative slump.
Surround one self with other creative people.
Do not over think art making.
Change your scenery (this could go along with cleaning one's workspace).
Take a journey. You do not have to go far. A journey could take take place near where you live.
I cannot remember all the suggestions so feel free to add to the list.
Though I have been in a slump, it does not mean I can stop work. I have agreed to paint a wolf statue (Howl for UW
CONTEST: Remember Me! (please fave this article!)Hello everyone!CONTEST: Remember Me! (please fave this article!)3 years ago in Personal More Like This
As you probably just read, the PortraitClub :iconportraitclub: will be holding a contest! We have some fabulous prizes to win: features, points , and even some premium subscriptions ! For those of you interested please read on further for the contest's theme!
The theme for this contest will be "Remember Me". We leave it up to you, the artists, to decide what this phrase means to you! There are several different approaches you can take, but if you're stuck, here are a couple ideas you might consider:
-A portrait so outrageous or bizarre it cannot be forgotten
-A sentimental portrait of someone you'd like to be remembered
Now remeber, as we are the Portrait Club, the entries must be portraits! However, you can submit portraits of any medium (except literature)! Whether you're a photographer, a traditional artist, or a digital artist, we welcome you to submit to our contest! Please read on though for the rules!
How to Make Me Care in StoriesThe following four qualities are not requirements by any means for me to enjoy a story in any medium, but they certainly help to let me invest myself deeper into the plot and characters. Perhaps there are more qualities, but this summed them up nicely to my satisfaction.How to Make Me Care in Stories2 years ago in Personal More Like This
An addendum to the journal on How Not To Make Me Care in Stories: http://jarredspekter.deviantart.com/journal/How-Not-to-Make-Me-Care-in-Stories-352011785
1: The Heroes at a Disadvantage
This is a sadly dying art, but one that got me interested in storytelling at a young age. The triumph over adversity is a classic but for me always compelling story to experience, and in order for the triumph to feel earned and victorious there must be an element of risk. A lot of modern day tales seem to feel the audience will not accept a hero/heroine who is not a flawlessly skilled fighter, possesses super human abilities, or is prophesied to be the only hope. The truth is however that as 'cool' as it is to watch our protagonist cle
Prints Tips: Cropping and the Bleed EdgeHello, everybody! I'm renonevada. For those that don't know, one of my jobs here at deviantART HQ is as quality control for prints. I look at every print before it is purchased for the first time to make sure that it will print properly. Some of the things I look out for are copyright infringement, cropping, pixelation, and to make sure it doesn't violate other policies, such as being too pornographic.Prints Tips: Cropping and the Bleed Edge1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
I plan on making a series of journals explaining how to make sure your prints will be approved when they get to me. I know that I'm excited to see the notification letting me know a print has been sold and I want to do what I can to make sure you all see it, as well.
For this journal, I want to speak about Cropping and the Bleed Edge.
This is hands down the number 1 reason why I am forced to reject a print, which in turn will cancel a sale. Because of this, I have tried to make this journal as detailed as possible.
The Bleed Edge is the v
Oz: Everything Wrong With Modern FilmThis following journal will have no slights against The Avengers.Oz: Everything Wrong With Modern Film1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I know I can be negative, but it's films like Oz: The Great and Powerful that make me concerned that SOMEONE has to be.
I was going to do an 'Analyzing and Improving' review of sorts of this film, but the problem is that that core of the movie is so trite and flimsy there's nothing to repair and nothing to improve upon.
This is especially sad because included on the DVD I saw was a mini-documentary on how one of Walt Disney's greatest aspirations was to make a movie for Oz...and the way the company honored a great storyteller who cared about characters and innovation, was to make a derivative, empty, lifeless special effects demo reel.
The special aspect of this film though is how, blow by blow, The Great and Powerful Oz is a text book example of EVERYTHING wrong with modern filmmaking.
The positives first. In keeping with its bizarre consistency with the zeitgeist, Oz has exceptional A-List acting talent, marvelo
New artwork made with my stockNew artwork made with my stock4 months ago in Personal More Like This
My stocks are for active Deviant members Only!
To be an active Deviant member I expect you to have a gallery with your work.
My stocks are Unrestricted.
You are welcome to use my stock for your artwork or as a reference for painting.
Prints and commisions in and outside Deviantart is allow. You dont need to ask first.
But you are not allow to upload my stock as it is in other sites and offer as stocks. My stocks stay here.
When you upload your work outside Deviantart credit is not needed. Save the place for other credits. Sometimes the list can be very long.
Hair stocks and Tutorials
If you need me for urgent question please send me an email
A rose from my garden
What To Do If Your Art Is StolenRecently, some of my artworks were stolen and used in t-shirt design competitions. Thanks to everyone helping out, the problem was quickly resolved. In case it happens to you, I've written a tutorial based on my own experience: What To Do If Your Art Is Stolen. I used a Creative Commons license for the blog entry so that anyone can use it for educational purposes. Here are some excerpts.What To Do If Your Art Is Stolen3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
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Regarding copyright law:
- Copyright literally means "the right to make copies (of a creative work)", but actually includes many other rights such as the right to be credited as the creator, the right to make money from the work, and the right to create derivative works.
- You automatically own all the copyrights to your work from the moment of creation. Even if you don't place a copyright notice on it. You own these copyrights until you sell, lease, or give them away to the public, person, or institution of your choo
Bird-Photography and Birds-Club October FeaturesBird-Photography and Birds-Club proudly presents some of the best submissions from the month of October, chosen by me, mydigitalmind. At the end of every month, I will go through submissions from both groups and choose the ones that stand to feature them in a News Article. I will also choose features from some of our special events that run during the month.Bird-Photography and Birds-Club October Features2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
:iconBird-Photography: and :iconBirds-Club:
Bird-Photography's Featured Photos
Every week, the admins from Bird-Photography pick a photo out of the previous week's submissions that will be featured on our front page for the entire week. The following photos were featured in October.
Birds-Club Bird of the Month
Each month, Birds-Club devotes a journal feature to a particular bird species. Members are welcome to submit as many deviations as they w
Start often, finish wellStart a lot of things. Scribble down thousands of thumbnails for paintings. Jot down ideas for novels, poems, articles. Sketch constantly. Start drawings, paintings, sculptures, songs, anything. Every day, start something new. Hell, start ten new things.Start often, finish well2 years ago in Personal More Like This
...continue reading on my blog: http://www.noahbradley.com/blog/2012/start-often-finish-well/
The Older Brother"Meanwhile, the older son was in the field. When he came near the house, he heard music and dancing. So he called one of the servants and asked him what was going on. 'Your brother has come,' he replied, 'and your father has killed the fattened calf because he has him back safe and sound.' The older brother became angry and refused to go in. So his father went out and pleaded with him. But he answered his father, 'Look! All these years I've been slaving for you and never disobeyed your orders. Yet you never gave me even a young goat so I could celebrate with my friends. But when this son of yours who has squandered your property with prostitutes comes home, you kill the fattened calf for him!' "My son,' the father said, 'you are always with me, and everything I have is yours..." - Luke 15:25-31The Older Brother2 years ago in Personal More Like This
The story of the lost son in Luke 15 is indeed one of the most beautiful pictures in the bible of how God feels about us. The younger brother in the story wasn't even truly sorry. He was just hu
How Not to Make Me Care in StoriesI'm being very specific here: this is ME we're talking about. Perhaps not you, but I can only work by what I know for now. Why a journal so soon on the heels of the last?How Not to Make Me Care in Stories2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Because this sort of thing is bothering me a lot lately. It seems many people, critics and storytellers alike, have all but abandoned the (admittedly) hard work it takes to make me care.
Sure appealing to a massive cinema buff like me is probably not the best business model, but it seems bizarre to me that the requirement is to decrease my expectations, rather then storytellers strive to improve. People get huffy when demands are made on screenwriters/directors to use their millions of dollars of budget, their top shelf actors, their state of the art special effects to try and entertain, make sense, and engage.
After years of watching movies and shows, trying to make movies, writing screenplays, reading books on films and going to film school I've come to the conclusion that I'm not crazy in a lot of my demands. Just
Meet the Artisan Crafts GalleryTo kick off the craftiest month of the year, let me take you to a little tour around the Artisan Craft galleries deviantART has to offer! They will give you a good idea of how wide and rich the artisan crafts world is, and they may even inspire you to pick up a craft you always wanted to try or didn't even know existedMeet the Artisan Crafts Gallery2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Anthro involves combining human motivation, characteristics, or
behaviour with inanimate objects, animals, plants, or natural phenomena.
In other words, animals or objects that act or resemble human nature in
Sub-galleries: Clothing, Costumes, Masks and Props & Accessories.
Note: This gallery is also taken care
Sunday Special Edition"Tiger! Tiger! Burning bright; In the forests of the night..." Majestic! Mysterious! Enjoy!Sunday Special Edition11 months ago in Personal More Like This
Please crawl by brijome Happy new year by brijome
I hate you so much, vegetable! by woxys The Lair by SilivrenTinu Dreaming by brijome
Places XXIXPlaces XXIX4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The dark, the wonderful, the mysterious, the enchanted, the abandoned
Vojvodina Landscape by MladenKesic
Standing on the Edge of Infinity by georgewjohnson
Storm approaching (HDR) by banangrg Bieszczady 2013_79 by JoannaRzeznikowska
Hoogie Trying to Beat the Light II by reverbe Val d'Orcia/Tuscany by JPawlak
October Hills by Dapicture
Rhythm of the shade by porbital Tuscany sunrise by XavierJamonet
One or two by mjagiellicz Almost yellow by mjagiellicz
Magic Forest by RobinHalioua
Bible Emergency NumbersLink to my original post on Tumblr (Yes, I have a Tumblr account):Bible Emergency Numbers5 months ago in Personal More Like This
Bible Emergency Numbers
Received one of those fuddy-duddy chain messages on whatsapp, but this is really cool!
"My presence shall go with thee and I will give thee the rest."
When in sorrow, call John 14When men fail you, call Psalm 27When you have sinned, call Psalm 51When you worry, call Matthew 6:19-34When in danger, call Psalm 91When God seems distant, call Psalm 139When your faith needs stirring, call Hebrews 11When you are lonely and fearful, call Psalm 23When you grow bitter and critical, call 1 Corinthians 13When you feel down and out, call Romans 8:31-39When you want peace and rest, call Matthew 11:25-30When the world seems bigger than God, call Romans 8:1-30When you leave home for labour or travel, call Psalm 121When your prayers grow narrow or selfish, call Psalm 67When you want courage for a t
:devdigital-art-club: 40k member giveaway finishedMPG Project ~ The Prize Stash ~ My Gallery ~ Stock Rules:devdigital-art-club: 40k member giveaway finished2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Thanks to the magic that is random number generators the winners have been selected and now i'm just waiting for them to respond to my notes
Hey guys The-Average-Alex here.
So as the title suggest i'm giving away 40 thousand randoms from all over the internet..... to the highest bidder... starting bid is at $30....
No seriously though Digital-Art-Club is close to having Forty thousand members!!
You have no idea how excited i am, we've come a long wa
I'll design and host your website for free! :) FIRST WINNER - Just-Black - Congrats! I'll be creating and hosting your very own photography portfolio for free!I'll design and host your website for free! :)9 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Submissions are still open! And I'll be randomly selecting more websites to make soon! - So feel free to enter anytime!
Yea that's true, this is a small project I'm doing to spread word of my project Designn . I'll design a portfolio website for you and and give you a premium hosting plan (Courtesy of Designn) for free - Just follow the simple steps below.
(Fav) this journal so that more people will come to know of my giveaway.
Findout about the project at www.designn.org and comment here about what you think of it (any feedback about the project (Not the web design) or things you like about it)<b>
Fake itOne of the best pieces of advice I've ever received has been "fake it till ya make it." I took it to heart.Fake it2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I thought I was a good artist before I was. I acted like a professional before I was. I put out my first instructional video before I started working professionally. I was working professionally when I didn't know what I was doing. I acted like an extrovert when I was an introvert. I acted like a businessperson when I hadn't made a dime. I acted like a marketer when I hadn't sold anything.
Continue reading on my blog... http://www.noahbradley.com/blog/2012/fake-it/