WEEKLY SUBMISSIONS #229 - Dragon Sculpts Feature!FEATURED DEVIATIONSWEEKLY SUBMISSIONS #229 - Dragon Sculpts Feature!4 years ago in Personal More Like This
These are 8 newest featured deviations, 4 from this submission period and 4 from the last period.
Congratulations to the featured artists!
FEATURED ARTISTS FOLDER
Be sure to check out the rest in the group Gallery!
These are the runner-up deviations which were also under consideration to be featured.
Artists featured before are not included in the runner-ups listing.
Isolde and Mia - no trust Issues by StelkurGolden dragon 2 by WieszczaAutumn's Gifts by TrollGirlNeverending Journey by GlowingSpiritForest Dragon by GabriellesBabriellesCopperhead Dragon by KKylimos
Group Submission Update
This is the (bi)-weekly update of the newest gallery submissions. You can view all the deviations submitted to the group
Bird-Photography and Birds-Club December FeaturesBird-Photography and Birds-Club proudly presents some of the best submissions from the month of December, 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 December Features11 months ago in Art Features More Like This
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Bird-Photography's Featured Photos
Every week, the admins from Bird-Photography pick a photo out of the current submissions that will be featured on our front page for the entire week. The following photos were featured in December.
Top Quality Photography
Night FestivitiesIt's that time again. Feature!Night Festivities1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Pandora by Ariel87Nightmare by LupusDreamDevil in the dark by MissMapleOwlHalloween Madness by BlackMysticA
That is right. This is the one time every year when anything can happen when friends get together, when parents take their children out to walk on the streets. While this night is used for good scares, it is also a day to have some fun. Sometimes, both is done at the same time. Harmless little tricks are played, while treats are given.
I can remember me and my siblings doing the tradition of carving pumpkins to jack-lanterns, and seeing bites on them from squirrels and woodpeckers. I always had the spirit of this holiday. I wanted to put up a few decorations like fake cobwebs on the bench, and stuffing pumpkin-like leaf bags. Over the last century it has been tradition that candies and sweets would be exchanged with neighbours' kids.
Heart of Paper and InkTime again I do a friends' feature. Thanks for amazing me.Heart of Paper and Ink1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Savannah cat by BlackMysticAI Dare You to Explore by MischievousRavenGaze Up At The Sky by MegBethPleasure Reading by BluerainBlueLonliness is pain by TheMysticWolf
And a self-promotion:
Caught in an Illusion by Agent36496Paradise by Agent36496Loving Bliss by Agent36496A Little Piece Tells A Lot by Agent36496Dear Kiba by Agent36496
Since the dawn of time, we have expressed more than we think. We don't know until we see. It may be a stereotype that the first humans painted shapes on walls of caves, but I think a point is made. There are sure to be children who got in trouble for scribbling on walls with crayons. I would know because I was one of them. Though a small child's scribbling on paper may be garbage, they at least think about art. Something that is done just because they felt like it, not because they were told to. Even a child knows art. It may be just a subject at school, but they at least try. Surely one is