Unbelievable Realistic Miniature Food Sculptures140 unbelievably realistic mouth-watering food sculptures that can fit on the tip of your finger.
Mini Clay Cannoli by WaterGleam
Chocolate bracelet by OrionaJewelry Strawberry bracelet by OrionaJewelry
Chocolate treats, close up by thinkpastel
Carrot Cake, take II by thinkpastel
Halloween Treats by thinkpastel
Tutti Frutti - 1:6 assorted fruits by thinkpastel
Scale 1:3 Neko Cheesecake by asuka-sakumo
Blueberry Cake by MyPetiteCakes
Pumpkin Pie -a la mode- by sonickingscrewdriverFudge Brownie Charm by MotherMayIjewelry
Carrot Cake Magnet by MotherMayIjewelryMiniature Charlotte Cakes by MyPetiteCakes
Just a Bunch of Miniature Fruit Tarts by PetitPlatSweetness dream - 12th scale dollhouse miniature by PetitDeCherries
CR Newsletter Sept/Oct 2013 Director of Community Relations :iconmoonbeam13:CR Newsletter Sept/Oct 20131 year ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Table of Contents
2. Volunteer Openings in Community Relations
3. Community Projects
4. Official Contests
5. News from the Chats and Forums
6. News from the Galleries
Once upon a time, I was a volunteer, and speaking from experience, it can be a both blessing and a curse.
I believe that many current and former volunteers will agree with that sentiment and I feel it's important to explain a bit about why I believe this to be true.
Maybe you're not aware of the variety of ways people join the volunteer team. As per FAQ #85: Can I be a volunteer on deviantART? many people send in an application to express their interest in joining the team and I go through those applications and s
Busted? Make up an excuse!BUSTED!Busted? Make up an excuse!1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Street Photographers Caught in the Act
No success by PatrickMonnier
Make up an excuse for getting caught
Inspired by Thomas Leuthard 'The best excuses on the street' (http://floost.com/petapixel-post-humor-the-best-excuses-to-use-when-doing-street-photography-1338087
http://500px.com/ThomasLeuthard/stories/5875/blog-13-the-best-excuses-on-the-street) here is my own contribution to the cause:
Sarcasm by myraincheck
Sometimes people ask you what you are doing and then you need a good answer. Here are
Nom Nom #55 CaekHeaded created by TouchedDNom Nom #55 Caek1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Here's a bit of random info - the worlds tallest cake was 108 feet tall and weighed in at 20 tons. Nom. The oldest cake in the world is 2 pieces from the wedding cake of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert dated 1840 (yuck!) And finally the most expensive cake ever baked was $20 million - no it wasn't the tallest cake talked of above, it just happened to have diamonds on it!
Cake anyone? by happyeverafter13
Chocolate Fudge Cake by theresahelmer
Spring Cake by Dipliner
Chocolate Beet Cake by fourtwoseven
Rainbow Cake. by hanaski
Art Theft, Plagiarism, Copyright InfringementNever needed to keep a journal. I decided to install it today just to post this.Art Theft, Plagiarism, Copyright Infringement1 year ago in Deviant Events More Like This
There is a terrible story about an user that had a complain about copyright infringment, in which she was not the owner of the copyright over the original character as the original belongs to Lauren Faust / Hasbro. The girl unleashed her fanbase (other than all the other pricks around the internet that have no other interesting stuff to do and find it funny) against a Community Manager, Administrator of Deviantart, which i find to be an otrageous thing to do.
I searched for a simple yet effective description of what Copyright means and i found it surprisingly non other than on the respective bashed admin's journal, as a very old entry.
Probably if the people would have bothered to browse and read, they would have been illuminated why the admin took the actions he did on the so often posted screenshot.
What I want to do here is to use the overall issue to compare the differences between copying, plagiari
Chat Events Calendar farand's Fun and ThumbShare - Movember Event in :#communityrelations:Chat Events Calendar3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Time: 2 - 3pm PST Meet 'N Greet Chat With the Lit CVs in :#crliterature: Sunday, June 8th at 12:01 PM (PDT)
Sketchmatch in :#communityrelations:
Wednesday, Nov. 13th - 7:00 PM PDT (click to see your local time)
Want to see a particular event run? Want to help out? Note communityrelations with your thoughts and ideas!
Activity vs. Community When combining millions of artists working with different media, style, experience level, etc. being here can become overwhelming and finding your "place" can seem almost impossible. Throughout the last few weeks I've noticed more and more people asking "how can I be more active?" and "how do I get involved in the community?"Activity vs. Community1 year ago in Personal More Like This
These are both the same question and completely different questions at the same time. Though the answers to both are quite similar if not the same the difference between activity and community is huge! We're going to cover the answers and difference to both of those in this article.
There are three basic ways to being active on dA and getting involved the community. Everything after this will actually lead right back to these three things.
Commenting: is the best and most effective way to particicpate in our community becaus
You can't say you can't!As a child I was a bright student, always used to grab among the first 3 positions in my class, teachers used to love me (I was never a teacher's pet though) and my mom and dad (specially dad) supported me with his heart and soul. We always have guidance/influence from others in some way or the other. I was fortunate enough to get them I guess. But there comes a time in your life where you need to move alone and build your own responsibilities, you need to make your own ways, you need make your own decisions and you need to choose the right path.You can't say you can't!2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
The world is cruel enough to pull you down every time you want to climb up. But you can't stop there. You have to move on. You can't say you can't!
I have seen a lot of phases in my life in the last 25 years. In deviantART everyone says they like the way I talk to people, the way I treat them and the way I guide them. May be I shouldn't use the word "everyone", perhaps it should be at least most of them says so.
I get a lot of people coming to
The Stars of dAr - `Mirz123The Stars of dAr is a series where I interview one member of the deviantART Related (dAr) community each time, about personal and dA related matters. For today we have Mirz123! She creates fantasic stamps, sometimes fun and silly, but also often with an important and profound message, and always in her recognisable style. She's also an enthusiastic community member in many aspects, and can be found in many corners of the community. But enough about her from me - I'll hand the floor to Mirz herselfThe Stars of dAr - `Mirz1233 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Hi Mirz123, thanks for agreeing to be interviewed
- Please tell us something about yourself!
By day I'm a mom who works as a secretary. By night, I don a cape and create emoticons, stamps, and write Lit. Though, looking at my gallery stats, I'm most-known for my stamps.
- Some people may be reading this article
December Feature!Each month our admins picks their favorites from the gallery, and we put them in the featured folder for a month.December Feature!2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
And here they are, the December selection!
Lost in everything by Stu7art :thumb332183388: Torn Sky by MaximeCourty Sweet Yellow Grape by Vasile-Covaciu 282.366 by emmaamaay WIP GUESS WHO :) by duchess94 Porcelain Skin by alifann Neon Hearts of the Lonely Rain by akrathan Change by San-T Dear Daddy's Girl by OfOneSoul Our Duet by mayastoso Letters Across the Sky by Drakard-14 Burn by krutch99 Angel by w-anderlust dA ID#14462438 by auxeru Logan by ShirleysStudio Nautical Blue Steampunk Necklace by GildedGears Excelsior Aviator Goggles by janus002 tim burton shoes by OpheliaImmortal7 :thumb338968144: Chairelax Night by Ehsan-E The Myth by LeviaDraconia Ruins by toniet1234 Season to Season by ChocoLatte5 Ophelia's March by takemetoverona Nauglamir by Tanmorna A Tribute To Oscar Wilde by debbyfive song of a stone heart by bubug The Flow of Indecision by IndecisionPrecision :thumb339068120: Spiral by synth101 SugarSky by Trichardsen Coronado's Church by jkorozco Zomney and Zombama by Dragonbaze Two Hearts by BKLusk leopard by MSamsonov CircleDeco - PetalPlasm by EYESofCORAL southern lights stock by essencestudios Raven by Beirutful :thumb3349
History of April Fool's dAy!This article is written for the projecteducate's Community Week as well as ArtHistoryProject's dA Related month.History of April Fool's dAy!2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Here is a brief history of April Fool's pranks deviantART has played on it's members. Please note that information is still missing (mostly older years) - this is because some April Fool's pranks were never recorded or are lost in the millions of journals on the site.
2001 - "jark is Arrested"
jark is arrested in Disneyland for cutting in line and refusing to move to the back.
2004 - "British Takeover"
April Fool's Day 2004 marked the day the British took over deviantART. New rules were enforced on that day, including spelling "color", "colour" and saying "Cheers guv'nor" instead of "Thank You".
"Please note that any American who uses the term "socce
The Artist's Toolbox: An Artist JournalAnother Month another Artist's Toolbox.The Artist's Toolbox: An Artist Journal1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
This time I'm pulling something rather more personal out of my arsenal of tools which is my own individual way of dealing with the infuriating issue of
I want to draw... but I don't know what.
There are a number of ways people go around dealing with this issue. Just doodling til something pops out. Working on a list of prompts. Asking people to help give them ideas. Doing an entry for a contest.... there are lots of ways of going about finding something to draw.
EH = Ernest Hemmingway
My own personal way of dealing with it, makes use of the opposite problem.
I have loads of ideas! But I have to go to bed/have no time/paper/drawing equipment.
When I have lots of ideas, as is common for me before I'm about to go to bed, or when I'm supposed to be doing something else, I write it down in my magical sparkly kitty book, AKA my Artist Journal. If I just shrug and go "I'll draw that later"
Photography Troubleshooting: Snap to ProThis week we bring you another issue of Troubleshooting for Photographers, to hopefully give you some tips and explanations behind how to make your Photography look that little bit more professional. Aeirmid noted that while there are a lot of folks in the photomanipulation community who enjoy taking photographs, there is also a great desire for people to learn a bit more about how to make them look more professional.Photography Troubleshooting: Snap to Pro3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Firstly combining the elements of many of the articles that have already been written in this series (see the bottom of this article for links) will assist anybody in gearing their photographs up to look more professional. However IsacGoulart summed it up quite neatly with this rather epic quote...
“Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph."
Getting your work up to some sort of standard is always tricky. Especially if you are setting the standar
As you like it..."All the world's a stage,As you like it...1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages. At first the infant, Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms.
And then the whining school boy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwillingly to school.
And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to his mistress' eyebrow.
Fashion Issue IV by Staged
Then a soldier, Full of strange oaths and beaded like the pard, Jealous in honour, sudden and quick in quarrel, Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon's mouth.
Warrior by demi2004
CI Monthly Feature #27Hello dear members and watchers,CI Monthly Feature #273 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Another article featuring works from our CI members! This is a great opportunity to showcase your works to our +40k watchers and the whole community!
HOW CAN I GET FEATURED?
In the 15th of every month, we will post the feature poll. Just leave a thumbnail of one of your works on that poll and we will feature you in the 1st of next month. Make sure you comment before we close the poll. There's only 200 slots!
This feature is free. You don't have to pay to get featured!
Traditional art techniquesTraditional art techniques ITraditional art techniques1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Traditional Art Week continues! This article will give you a brief overview of most commonly used physical media techniques and their characteristics, featuring beautiful examples found all over DeviantArt and tutorials. I sincerely hope this will get you inspired to try something new and experiment, why not pick a tutorial and see what you learn! Don't forget, whilst techniques has their own regulations and principles, they still can be combined, you have to be no wizard (just a little creative) to find a new way to express yourself through them. Let's take a look
1. Drawing media
Drawing is one of the major forms of expression within the visual arts, and is generally concerned with the marking of lines and areas of tone onto paper. Traditional drawings were monochrome, or at least had little color, while modern colored-pencil drawings may a
7 awesome crafts you probably didn't know existed7 Awesome Crafts you probably didn't know existed7 awesome crafts you probably didn't know existed9 months ago in Art Features More Like This
The world of crafting is fascinating and never ending. We have been crafting since the first human molded some mud into a pot, and a seemingly endless list of crafts has been created since. Some crafts are very well known, and you have probably dabbled a bit into them yourself... but some of them are a lot less known. I put some examples together, please enjoy them and leave a comment below letting us know how many of them you already knew if you know any unknown crafts, feel free to share them with us!
Extra credits if you already tried some of these!
Note: These are NOT totally obscure crafts that are only practiced in remote places of the world or that require specialized equipment, I chose crafts that should be easy enough to pick up but not a lot of people are doing.
1. Stone carving.
Incredible works of art can be made even from the humble common stone. Precious or semi-
Weekly photo #008 Childhood dreams... by JanneO __ n __ by EYELIGHTZONE The cougar by woxys Disturbing his beauty sleep by woxys endless by Karakuji Twilight Zone by IvanAndreevich Source of life by m-eralp Breaking the chains by RezzanATAKOL :thumb396058437: Urban reflection by Piroshki-Photography morning glory by mescamesh _ Summer's End _ by EYELIGHTZONE Sound of Silence by marinsuslic Highlights by SimonePomata Horned Crab by Oddersnude Caress of Venus by iTaylie Summer rain by JAE462 Pelargonium by SarahharaS1 The Ghost Of Anything by jyoujo Mars has Water by knold Ukraine by Alena-Koshkar Heathland bee by MaaykeKlaver sadness season by SolMay Alone all summer by LuxFingerdoodle Riding Out The Storm by A-Motive swirled by isischneider Horse Fashion by Awstein Vegetarian by ZoranPhoto Untitled by lisans April by chaoticfireflies Paradise of Love by Manu34 Gratitude by MDDahl August by Tashata Yes I will by I-Heart-Photo Sweet as Love by FlabnBone Pink dreams never ends by RezzanATAKOL Riposo by TheCameraGirl TIGERS III by fionafoto Down to Inferno by Sblourg Gift of Life by beyondimpression And the night falls by MaaykeKlaver Die gruene Welle by feigenfrucht :thumb396710542: dayglo by Megson Dexter by ScENeYmE Stargazing by alexgphoto Venus by Chris-Lamprianidis Julia 3 by NataliaCiobanu :thumb39602542Weekly photo #0081 year ago in Art Features More Like This
The LOL Corner #137: The Best of dAmnItThe LOL CornerThe LOL Corner #137: The Best of dAmnIt1 year ago in Deviant Events More Like This
This regular news article promises to make you giggle, chortle, and laugh your ass off.
Every edition will feature a collection of the funniest chat network quotes.
dAmnIt! was a database of funny quotes submitted by deviants like you. As of November 30, dAmnIt has been removed from the site.
Feel free to note TheLOLCorner with a quote from the chat or forum. More details about this can be found here.
The Last 5 Editions:
Edition #136: The Best of dAmnIt
CSS Did You Know? - May 16th, 2013Volume 11CSS Did You Know? - May 16th, 20132 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
CSS can be difficult when you're unfamiliar to it. So that's why we're writing these articles! If you have any suggestions or would like to write a section in future CSS Did You Know? articles, please note CSS-DYK.
Journals are like Ogres by GillianIvy
Color Models and Transparency by jonarific
Journals are like Ogres
They both have layers! And they both can make you cry. The deviantART journals have two different structures. The original 'Old School' layout where everything is named .journalbox, etc. And my preference, the newer gruze structure. I prefer the gruze expressly because it is chockful of layers. Kinda like cake or onions, but ogres makes sense too. You can still make a basic simple journal skin with the gruze structure and it has so man
Surprise! Let's talk about Feedback Taboos!Hello, everyone!Surprise! Let's talk about Feedback Taboos!2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Surprise, surprise! I'm PizzaPotatoNBacon, and I'm using this tasty article labeled as "Small Surprise #2" to cover an equally surprising topic. A topic so surprising yet so indulging, you'll have no idea why they let an insane person like me write it. Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce you to "Feedback Taboos"!
"What are these so called 'Feedback Taboos?" you are asking.
Giving Feedback on amazing artworks that don't need improvement
Giving Feedback on an art form you're not familiar with
Giving Feedback on Articles And Tutorials
Why are they considered taboos? Because they may seem 1. too hard to do, 2. too far-fetched, or 3. just outright pointless. Sure, not doing these taboos does not seem like a big deal, but it is. They are all helpful in a whole, yet rarely done, if not done at all. Feedback, as long as it's constructive and helpful, is good, regardless of the submission it was made on.
Nom Nom 67# Chocolate CakeHeaded created by TouchedDNom Nom 67# Chocolate Cake1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
"I'm not sure what a foodie is..but I'm pretty sure I am one." This weeks Nom Nom of Chocolate Cake was suggested by BooberFan!
Chocolate Berry Mud Cake by RainbowsandDaydreams
Chocolate Mousse Profiterole Cake by cakecrumbs
Mini-Decadent Chocolate Cake by Larissa-Rasputin
Chocolate Wedding Cake by otaru23
Chocolate Cake by Raghda86
Chocolate Fudge Cake by theresahelmer
Chocolate Cake by lilkoda16
Chocolate cake by OrionaJewelry
Chocolate Beet Cake by fourtwoseven
Chocolate cake by patchow
Feature Time!^^Wonderful gifts and dedications from my friendsFeature Time!^^2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Happy Birthday Paul!
'Lilim by J-u-d-a-s
sweet pain by peroni68
Lorelei by Flobelebelebobele
Midnight Ride by revande Espoir pour Cendrillon by Marjie79
Within the Abyss of Disconnect by astrangeallure
Ravens Violin Serenade by SweediesArt Carnival of Rust by ChristabelleLAmort
Dryade de l'ame by Le-Meridian Aux souvenirs du passe by Kallaria
Painted Portrait Interview with VianaArtsWelcome to Painted Portrait, a new Interview series focusing on traditional artists worth keeping an eye on. Painted Portrait interviews aim to give the community more insight into talented traditional artists and how they came to be successful with their art. Today we are interviewing VianaArts.Painted Portrait Interview with VianaArts1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Last year you took the internet by storm with your drawing Redheaded Girl - Ballpoint Pen, what was it like getting that much attention to your art?
It was new and rather unreal. I never expected something like that to happen!
in the beginning it was a bit frightening, everyone dreams of becoming really popular, but when magazines, blogs, radios, tvs and people flood your inbox all of a sudden in a media frenzy it can feel kind of scary.
Did you ever expect your art to become so popular?
Like I said no. Since I started drawing when I was 2 I always kept my works in drawers, for myself, for my own
dA Related November 2012 DD RecapWelcome! This is an article showcasing the fabulous deviations that were featured as a Daily Deviation in November 2012!dA Related November 2012 DD Recap2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Features by bradleysays
Last dream of Ophelia by tanya-and-coffee
deviantART Related / deviantID
( Suggested by Minato-Kushina and Featured by bradleysays )
Typos by stuck-in-suburbia
deviantART Related / Deviant Stamps
( Featured by bradleysays )
Ninja Llama by TrollGirl
deviantART Related / Devious Fun
( Featured by bradleysays )