GYRHS and Company CLAMP Doujin AdvertisementFor those who love CLAMP manga, please see :icongyrhs:'s doujinshi linksGYRHS and Company CLAMP Doujin Advertisement3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
They're pretty nice and well drawn and features lots of lovely CLAMP artists on dA
by the way, Who's excited for Tsubasa World Chronicles??
a wise old owl"A wise old owl lived in an oaka wise old owl4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The more he saw the less he spoke
The less he spoke the more he heard.
Dudes On Wing by infernozx
Couple by vulezvrk
The confession of a shark - 13 by stringoiu
Camp by Vermontster
Why can't we all be like that wise old bird?"
When it comes to photojournalism we often think about the importance of "speaking out". It's what we do and what we believe wholeheartedly in, often at great risk. Which is why it can be easy to forget that the first step in photojournalism is actually shutting up and listening.
ProjectPorkchop Vol316:icontryskell:ProjectPorkchop Vol3167 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Suggested by WorldWar-Tori
Suggested by tatasz
Killer clowns from outer space by Ourse92
I Think that I Shall Never See"I think that I shall never seeI Think that I Shall Never See3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
a billboard lovely as a tree.
Behind the Billboard by DiLynnRing
New York City by stareater
Time Square by fallingslowly47
Perhaps, unless the billboards fall,
billboard. by IRiseWithMyRedHair
A Stairway To Oblivion by aegiandyad
billboard hosepipe by SpanishJohnny
Buldozah by indajazz
I'll never see a tree at all."
Urban Camping by 5isalive
-- Rhyme by Ogden Nash
Apologies for my absence.Dear allApologies for my absence.5 months ago in Art Features More Like This
I have been busy over the past two weeks as Im sure so have many of you, I think I might have missed important birthday for which I am terribly sorry, I will try to be around more often this week although the summer period tends to be my most uninspiring time!
QUAND JESUS MOURAIT AU CALVAIRE by TofstoFs
:1025: by 8o-clockthe pale horse by R9A
the light of May by partiallyHereThe trap by Menoevil
El Rei by bindiiTraces 10 by HorstSchmier
Garden by MarinaCoricZero Hour by DasGhul
sense of touch* by AlicjaRodzikdeath and annihilation. by Hamish-Frost
Beast Vision Vol. 07BeastVision is all about showcasing inspirational digital art to the community!Beast Vision Vol. 075 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Suggested by Concept-Cube
Please feel free to suggest an artist for these articles by sending a note to the group BeastVision.
Fan Art Friday: PersonaHello and welcome to the 52nd edition of Fan Art Fridays I'll be featuring 10-15 pieces of fan art, by fandom each week. This week will feature art from the Persona seriesFan Art Friday: Persona2 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Persona woodburned tarot set by cutiechibi Persona 3 - Thanatos by kiyo-e Persona 4 - Izanagi 01 by garion Master of Persona by genkimami Persona 3 - Forced Religion by YumiKoyuki
Friday night Specials v7.3Friday night Specials v7.33 months ago in Art Features More Like This
image by wchild
If you like what you see, this article
so it can reach as many deviants as possible.
A weekly selection amongst the images I liked,
while browsing the Street Gallery
and I think they deserve more attention.
Enjoy them, comment on them and remember
to visit the photographers' galleries as well.
Have a nice weekend.
SUDORAt long last I have achieved a task I have wanted to complete almost as long as I have been on dA: I went through SUDOR's amazing gallery.SUDOR6 months ago in Art Features More Like This
I faved hundreds of shots so I made a folder in my favourites section for his work.
I am reminded of a quote by Henri Cartier-Bresson after the impressions I took with me from Joël's gallery:
"[photography] It is a way of shouting, of freeing oneself, not of proving or asserting one's own originality. It is a way of life."
Joël Sueur is gracious in sharing such a cornucopia of images covering different parts of his life: from the very intimate to the hilariously funny, and of course his wonderful street photography... it is all full of life! ... and weirdness ...
Feature Friday #2: The Human Psyche:iconhello1plz::iconhello2plz:Feature Friday #2: The Human Psyche2 weeks ago in Art Features More Like This
(Actually, Feature Saturday today. I am sorry! I got home late yesterday and just fell asleep really fast.)
Thank you for all the positive feedback on the previous Feature Friday! It was really heartwarming to see that some of you found new artists to watch and new art to enjoy, it made me really happy.
As a reminder - Feature Friday is a little project seeking to feature beautiful art of all themes, but most importantly, bringing spotlight to unknown pieces and artists. Doesn't mean I won't include lovely popular pieces, but unknown artists are my priority.
Also, I am open to suggestions on the next features' themes. Feel free to suggest any theme you'd like to see. In addition, starting from the next Feature Friday, if the theme will be one suggested by any of you, you'll get featured as a suggester.
Without further ado...
Conceptual Spotlight Vol. 90BokehLight'sConceptual Spotlight Vol. 905 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Spotlight Vol. 90
While i'm sleep
The Marriade_1. Love
And I won't remember the words you said
Coven - The Master Race, Powers OptionalWatch depthRADIUSCoven - The Master Race, Powers Optional8 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The FX Channel has just concluded the highly successful third season of its American Horror Story series.
Each season has featured its own stand-alone storyline, insuring against series stagnation and creating a story competition as the ever-ravenous horror audience eagerly awaits each season’s next outrageous attempt to top the last. Coven, the third entry in the series, a witchcraft genre entry, has not disappointed. Its star, Jessica Lange, was nominated for a Golden Globe. Critical reception, despite the considerable gory fx (envelope-pushing for net
So you want to be an illustrator?Ah the mysterious world of illustrators! It always sounds like the dream career, working from home on cool illustrations!So you want to be an illustrator?3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
How does one get to that point though? Here I discuss what it means to be an illustrator and the steps you can take to get there.
There are obviously many other ways but this road seems to be shared by a lot of the prominent artists in the industry so surely it's worth taking note!
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Five Tips to Starting FreelancingSo, you're tired of being unemployed. You've been stuck at home for the umpteenth month in a row, a new season of The Legend of Korra is still a year off, and your government support checks (should you be lucky to still be getting them) won't even come close to affording you a bus ticket to Everfree Northwest. Your evaluation of life is the same dissertation of tedium and monotony as Helen Keller's review of Chinese Democracy.Five Tips to Starting Freelancing2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
You know, pretty much on par with every other review of Chinese Democracy.
But know what? If you can't find a job, you'll make a job! Screw finding work, and screw the employers who keep dismissing your applications for being "over qualified" like that Bachelors of Science in Graphic Design is as detrimental to your character as being a registered felon. Screw them and that stupid help wanted sign at Quiznos. Now you're freelancing, baby.
While I'm assuming you're alread
SurrealismWatch depthRADIUSSurrealism1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
orld War I (1914-1918) was a human catastrophe that devastated Western civilization and mocked the hope inherent in “modernism”. The sheer volume of the war’s slaughter was beyond belief. The horror of it all destroyed the trust in science, medicine and technology as the golden gateway to a harmonious and peaceful future for humanity. All that was thought to be good had been twisted to the evil purpose of a global war. A global sense of hopefulness was replaced with a global sense of fear and loathing.
untitled 14by Peterio
Salvador Dali autosodomizedby neofotistou
Rain Spellby temporary-peace
The Monster in The MirrorWatch depthRADIUSThe Monster in The Mirror1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
A Pop Culture Interpretation of The Supernatural
Every culture around the world created gods and other mythical beings by mixing and matching fanged and taloned animal parts—e.g., enormous eagle heads on lions’ bodies—human beings have always seemed to need to believe there are powerful and usually quite vengeful supernatural beings lurking just beyond the candlelight.
Supernatural beings come to serve several purposes:
They kept people on the lighted path of truth and goodness, fearful of exploring beyond;
They were a reminder of the punishment we deser