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    ¡Hola! En este tutorial aprenderemos Como poner el Id grande c; Empecemos.. Todos sabemos que al poner la opción "deviantID" nos pide una "Foto de perfil", por decirlo asi xd Pero al dar en la opción "Upload Image" Al guardar, la foto se ve realmente pequeña D: [*Ejemplo]

    ¿Qué hago para ponerla grande?

    Seguir estos pasos c; •Primero Ve al lápiz de la esquina superior derecha & seguido de esto da clic en la opción "Edit this widget" [*Aclaración]Para el siguiente paso es Necesario tener una "Deviation" categorizada en "deviantART Related > deviantID" •Segundo Damos clic en "Profile Picture" & vamos a "Use Deviation" •Tercero Elegimos el Id & hacemos clic en "Ok" •Cuarto Finalmente damos clic en "Save"

    & ¡Listo, nuestro Id se ve grande!

    [*Aclaración.]Recuerden que esto era únicamente un ejemplo. Es decir, que al ir a mi dA, el Id sera diferente c; Espero les haya servido. No olviden agregar a :+fav: & comentar c; ¡Adios!:rose:
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It has come to my attention that many people are beginning to leave the Hetalia fandom. The reason behind this is not because the anime/manga is bad, or it had been cancelled, or anything having to do with Hetalia in general.

No, it's because of the fans.

Nowadays, words like "hetaboo" and "hetafags" are what most people associate with the Hetalia fandom. "Why is this?" You may ask. Well, Hetalia fans (or "Hetalians") were not as decent as they once were.

Instead of being polite about their fandom, they shove it down your throat.

Instead of respecting ships they don't like, they bash on those ships, saying things like "NUUUUUU!!11! MY SHIP IS SO MUCH BETTER BECAUSE blah blah blah."

Instead of loving the show in general, they obsess over the pairings.

This, my friends, is the outright definition of "weeaboo".

If this sort of behavior continues, more and more Hetalian begin to leave the fandom. In fact, it's already begun. Hetalians have already grown tired of their weeaboo-filled fandom. They can't fight those fans, so they have no choice but to leave in search of greener pastures. As a result, the fandom begins to lose exceptionally talented people-- artists, writers, gamemakers, roleplayers, cosplayers... the list goes on and on.

What would happen to the Hetalia fandom if we lost such incredible people? Our fandom would become empty-- a hollow shell, a piece of nothing. No one would love it. No one would care about it. "Who cares about that fandom anyway?" They would say. "They're all just a bunch of weeaboos and faggots."

Let me cut to the chase: WE CANNOT LET THIS HAPPEN. It's just too much. I, for one, won't stand here and watch something I love to bits get ripped apart like this.

So, stand with me, and let's help this fandom. Bring it back to its former glory.

What's that you say? How?

Well, do anything and everything! Hunt down the weeaboos who try to attack! Convert them into decent Hetalians! Write! Read! Create! Just show your love for your fandom in an acceptable way!

With everyone's help, we can prove all of them wrong-- that we're not a "bunch of faggots and weeaboos". We are all simply a large group of people who enjoy one show, and who are not afraid to express their love for it.

Join me now in this little revolution. Let's save our fandom.

Copy and paste this into your profile, and add your name to the list, if you are a Hetalian who wants to save the fandom.

itsalollapalooza23, HetaRussia, Night-Chimeras-Cry, Tehnmah, ask-nekosouthitabby2, Ask--Prussiacat/ThePrussianDragon,NepetaLejion713, oOopurple5everoOo, you-will-NOTICE-me, Ask2p-Italy, AnnaTrancy, DeathBeGone, SonicWillRule, EulerStalker, Artists-Of-Himaruya, GYRHS,

Spread the word. Let the revolution begin.
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A while back I encountered the bug where the Spectral Assassin is missing the ghost effect when you summon him. I thought I'd take some screenshots so that everyone can have a better look at what Lucien looks like in Skyrim. ;)

I didn't spend too much time trying to capture cool poses or get great shots. But maybe later when I'm feeling more creative I can take some nicer screenshots. Anyway, click on them to get the full size.

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Just for fun, I tried removing Lucien's hood using the console.

AND YESSSSS THEY GOT HIS HAIR RIGHT :heart: :love: :woohoo: :boogie: :hooray:

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Th-th-th-th-th-that's all folks!
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Edit: Do me a favor and take this poll. Even if you don't want to buy anything. quizilla.teennick.com/polls/23…

Edit: 6/9/12 we got an amazing deal through Maine Laser Engraving and we have some new stuff available. But only though LadyT, your welcome

So if you like MLP or Kingdom Hearts odds are you've seen the work of my good friend Akili-Amethyst
But I bet you hadn't seen that's she's selling some swag trying to get her and myself down to BroNYcon. fav.me/d51ynqv
All the spots are full right now :(
But since I love you all so much, I was able to talk her into a few more spots. But only offered by me. ;P
If you would like a sun-catcher or a t-shirt, I have 5 spots for each.

:star: Suncatchers $10
:bulletred: includes a window suction cup hook to hang it from.
:bulletred: Here's what the test prints look like: MLP Suncatchers Test by Akili-Amethyst
:star: White T-shirts $15,
:star: Black $20.
:bulletred: The tees look more or less like this: My Discord Tee by Akili-Amethyst
:new::star: Mirrors! $20
:bulletred: PONIES ONLY!
:bulletred: Pretty much this: Akili Mirror by trezilla
:new::star: Keychains! $5
:bulletred: PONIES ONLY!
:bulletred: They look like this: Akili keychain by trezilla
$5 Shipping.
Sorry, Paypal only

You can have whatever stain glass you want; Take a look through her gallery and pick your favorite akili-amethyst.deviantart.com/…

Slots are first come first serve.
Sun-catchers:
1: :iconstrangeanimal08: Discord
2: :iconmrfahrenheit89: AppleJack
3: :iconchild-of-love: Rarity
4: :iconryan9080: all the main 6, sunrise moonrise , octavia, DJ pon 3, royal wedding, derpy.

T-shirts:
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Mirrors:
1: :iconchild-of-love: Luna S2 Take 2
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Keychains:
1: :iconmrfahrenheit89: Fluttershy
2: :iconrannarbananar: S1 Luna
3: :iconthecowardandfool: Celestia, Chyisalsis, S2 Luna- Take 2
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:star: :star: Payment must go through Paypal. Please send to theFairyLady@hotmail.com. Write in the notes area about what you are ordering please. (Also add "LadyT sent me") :star: :star:

Also want to remind you that I'm selling commissions. ladytrez.deviantart.com/journa… I could really use the help. Even if it's just a sketch.

P.S. For my watchers I have a special deal for something other then ponies, notes me if your interested.

Love ya,
LadyTrez, aka Kiwi
  • Mood: dA Love
  • Listening to: Colors and Mayhem
  • Reading: fan fiction
  • Watching: teen titans
  • Playing: sims 2
  • Eating: Gold Fish
  • Drinking: orange juice
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I just went back and read some of the horrible comments I've received from people in the past.
I remember how hurtful it was and how much I wanted to just dissapear from it all. I felt helpless and hopeless.

The internet can be a terrible place.

When people aren't accountable for what they say they feel a certain sense of power. The ability to judge others without being judged ourselves is a position of immense dominance. It's exhilarating to exercise that dominance over another person.

But now, looking back, I realize that it doesn't bother me anymore. I don't even bother hiding, deleting or responding to those comments because it just doesn't bug me. I feel a resounding "eh",

I keep those comments up so that people can see the kind of behaviour that people reduce themselves to when they're behind a computer screen. Every "this is shit" or ""he" is just a dyke and a "she"" has meaning to me now. It means that I've overcome something that I never would have thought possible. I'm not hurt by that anymore. Why would I be?

I know my cosplay isn't great. But I love to do it so negative comments aren't going to stop me. Really you're just telling me what I already know! And it pushes me to try harder next time which is always positive. As for the more personal comments... well, I am who I am. And although I've been prone to pretty intense insecurity and self-dissastifaction in the past, I'm in the best shape of my life right now (physically and psychologically)... and I owe a lot of that to criticism and negativity. It only pushes me to keep going.

I'm happy. And I'm thankful that I don't need to lurk behind anonymity and animosity to feel exhilaration and strength. I feel that every day when I look back at how far I've come and look forward to how bright the future looks.
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2011 BMFAC News Update

Journal Entry: Wed May 2, 2012, 11:36 AM
BMFAC winners published in print magazine!  


The 25 winners of the Benoit Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest were contacted in mid February to supply large format files of their winning images and also a short bio explaining their interest in fractal art, software used and general information about their work if they chose to do so. We were also informed that the first exhibit would be held in Logroño, in Northern Spain. Javier Barrallo, a Professor of Mathematics at The University of the Basque Country, Spain and also one of the panelists for the BMFAC was our contact for this. The current exhibit will be in the Casa de la Ciencia (House of Science), in Logroño, the Capital city of RIOJA until June 10th. I'll post a few pictures Javier sent further down. Javier also says he will send more pictures soon.

Also when I was contacted in February, Javier informed me that he had written an article about the BMFAC for a Spanish scientific magazine with all the winning images included in the article as well. The magazine is " "REDES para la Ciencia" (NETS for Science) which is the written format of a well known Spanish Science TV program." Also at that time he informed me that my winning image, "Gordian Twist" had been chosen by the editor of the magazine as the cover image for that issue. I was obviously quite honored and proud to have been chosen for that. I received a copy of the magazine a few days ago and all the winning pieces printed in the article look fabulous! I asked for and received permission to post the article and pictures as they appear. (Javier was kind enough to send a PDF of the article. If any of you wish a copy of it, just note me with your email address and I'll send it along.)

Javier also says... "Feel free to share this report and also to encourage (you or others) to write a similar article about the exhibit in any science magazine from other country or prepare a similar exhibit. If so, I can provide all the necessary data and help."

EL ARTE FRACTAL  

Below you will find 6 images of the article titled "EL ARTE FRACTAL" by Javier Barrallo. The article appears in issue 23 of "REDES para la Ciencia".  The article is in Spanish. Also included is the cover image. Unfortunately I can't translate the article to any other language. If anyone would like to translate it to English or another language, let me know and I'll send you the PDF and then include a translation at the bottom of this Journal.

Edit: I replaced the cover image with a better version and included an index image of a fractal collage.

















A few pictures of the show  


Below are three pictures that Javier sent. Two are of the exhibit and one is of the poster for the show. "The images from the magazine (cover, arrangements) where chosen from the editors, the images from the poster and brochure were selected by the House of Science of Logroño." says Javier.







I'll get a better image of the magazine cover uploaded soon. So once again, congratulations to all the selected winners of the BMFAC! I'm sure we'll all get a kick out of having our work in a print magazine and seeing them hanging on a wall in large print format. I know I did. :)

  • Listening to: Tweety birds
  • Reading: Dark Object (UFO book)
  • Watching: Suits
  • Playing: Don't play well with others
  • Eating: Candy bar
  • Drinking: Cold coffee
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New Ripped Werewolf T-shirts now available!!!

Journal Entry: Sun Jan 20, 2013, 1:47 AM



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HAIRY WERWOLF T-SHIRTS!


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Had this design in my mind for a while with all the brainstorming for more t-shirts for my store, and I came up with this! I'm sure its not 100% original, but hope you guys like it! Also, what other colors do would you be interested in? I'm also considering doing feline fur patterns, like tiger, leopard, etc. I'll have to re-do the entire thing to make a black version, so for now I'm sticking with the white. Mostly because it stands out way better. ;)

:star: Click here to purchase a shirt! :star:
I apologize that the price is high, but I only make a few bucks off each of my t-shirts, so I can't do much to take the price down. :( Please note that there are kids' sizes too, so don't confuse them with the adult sizes. ;)

Enjoy and leave feedback in the comments about more from this style!



Featured Favorite Artwork

:thumb348224446:Siren Here... by WindoftheStarsThe Oblivion by ExiledenCelestialwolf by FenrirSulferLights OUT by TatchitSecret River by tonyhurst

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Hello deviants! Here is your Community Projects update for March/April 2012. 

Table of Contents:

What are Community Projects?


Community Projects are part of the life of deviantART. Each year deviants come together from across the globe to collaborate on projects, the goals of which range from raising awareness and fundraising for charity to providing team-building or skill-building activities, and more!

In my role as Community Projects volunteer, I am here primarily to help facilitiate various ongoing projects on deviantART. My role is to support you, the deviant, not just by running projects of my own but by supporting your projects.

So if you have a project you'd like to start, check out our guide here! If you're looking for a project to participate in, just click "Community Projects" over in the sidebar to the left, that's where we list all ongoing Community Projects. 

 

Busy busy!

 
I regret that I've been rather busy over the last several months, and as such some of my goals for Community Projects revamps have fallen short. Don't fret, though, I'm working on a battle plan now to get back on track and we should have things rolling smoothly again in the next few weeks! 

Community Projects Guide


Despite being a busy bee, we did manage to get our first portion of the Community Projects guide up! Check it out here. Let me know if you have any suggestions for improvements, I'd love to hear them! 

Category Structure Improvements


Waaaay back I posted a journaljournal asking for opinions on some proposed changes to the way we structure our Holidays category. 

I'm happy to say that those changes went through quite a while ago! And they seem to be going over fairly well. Did you miss the announcement? Check it out here

Daily Deviations


As many of you know, I'm super duper picky when it comes to Daily Deviations! Well, I wouldn't say picky. I just tend to focus on different aspects of Community Projects, namely the projects themselves! That's not to say there aren't amazing deviations posted to the Projects gallery, I just like to look at the whole picture, and it's all the deviations within a certain project that make a community project truly special. 

That said, occasionally there comes along a deviation so awesometastic that I have to feature it! In those cases, my DD Guidelines live here

Also, I still love to get suggestions for the Projects gallery! So feel free to send them.

Project Listing


We maintain an ongoing list of Community Projects here. If we're missing any projects, please let me know by note! I'll be glad to add it.

Coming Soon


Like I said, life got in the way, but I'm getting things back on track! Those same rockstar deviants from last time will hopefully be working with me on some awesome guides to publish regarding running a project. 

In addition, I'm working with some other rockstar deviants on some really awesome project ideas that they'd like to run! I don't want to spoil the surprise now, so you're just going to have to keep an eye on my journal and communityrelations for more details. ;) 

Let's keep 2012 going strong! 



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It looks to be pretty official, according to our editor, that the MLP comic has been pushed back two weeks to Nov 28 for street release date.

Before anybody gets upset (like one jerk on Twitter did), keep in mind the scope of this production: This is not a fanmade comic as some seem to think it is: This is a fully licensed comic book from a major Comic publisher done in cooperation with Hasbro. It is also one of the most highly anticipated comics for the entire fall/winter schedule. As such, we'd rather do it well than do it fast.

The orders for this book have far exceeded what was first anticipated, so a little more padding in the schedule is going to help to ensure the product can meet the demand

I also want to remind everyone: I am NOT The distributor/publisher... I just draw it. You cannot purchase the book directly from me. Here's some ground I've covered a number of times, but I keep getting asked... so here we go:
1. WHERE IS IT SOLD? This will be sold along all the other comics out there at any given comic shop, and whatever other stores in your area that might sell comics
2. HOW DO I GET IT? See above. You can subscribe to the book at a comic shop to make sure you have a copy reserved.
3. WILL IT BE OVERSEAS? I've no clue what kind of range IDW (our publisher) has for distribution. As far as I know, I think so. Where however is out of my field of knowledge. You can order online at any number of online comic services, and have it shipped
4. IS IT CANON? The comic is set within show continuity, and is done in cooperation with the show staff. This is as close to the show as it gets without having it animated. I personally say yes, but it is really up to the individual to decide.
5. WILL YOU READ MY IDEA/FANFICTION/USE MY PONY? No, sorry, we cannot for a number of reasons, including legal. Nor will we be using anything from previous fanfiction, nor the German comics.
6. WILL THERE BE HUMANS? No. We will not be changing the direction set by the show, nor will we introduce elements that do not fit the show.

on another note, I would like everyone to welcome our newest addition to the stable, our colorist Heather Breckel! angieness.deviantart.com/
I originally intended on coloring the book myself, but the work I put into the book took the time I had scheduled away. I was extremely reluctant to give it up... and who was this Heather chick, anyway? well, Heather has made sure that this book is going to hit a home run, and has done a great job.

We have a LOT of plans for Ponyville... you're just going to have to wait two more weeks to get there!
  • Mood: Artistic
  • Listening to: Skyrim from the other room
  • Reading: Murder is Easy by Agatha Christie
  • Watching: FRINGE... always. and My Name Is Earl
  • Playing: nothing currently
  • Eating: kettle corn
  • Drinking: ice water
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1k Watcher Giveaway!

Journal Entry: Wed Jan 9, 2013, 9:42 AM
Rarity plushie by WhiteHeather

I finally hit 1k watchers today!  I said I'd do a giveaway if I ever got to 1000 watchers and so here I am.  Of course every giveaway will have a few rules and here are mine:

Rules/Guidelines


  • You must be watching me!
  • The winner will receive one plushie of their choice.
  • Plushie can be a sitting mare, a standard mare, a standard stallion, or a filly.
  • If you prefer beanies or parasprites I'm sure we can work something out!
  • No Princesses, Alicorn OCs, draft horse stallions, changelings, etc.
  • No outfits or accessories with a few exceptions like a hat for AJ or bow for Apple Bloom.
  • International winners will be asked to pay shipping which will likely run between $40-$50 depending on the country.
  • I will inform the winner via DA note and they will have 48 hours to respond before I choose a new winner.
  • I will draw the winner one week from Friday (so on January 18th) using a random number generator to select someone from my watcher list.
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  • I will choose one winner per every 1000 watchers so if I somehow get another 1k watchers before then I will draw two winners.
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If I missed anything or you have any questions please ask in the comments.

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