Crane Journal Skin Introducing Crane, another minimal journal skin created by LabLayers.Crane Journal Skin2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
It comes with a lot of features and is easy to use! (see below)
Need help? Please comment below! I'd be willing to help
This journals skin now works for free and premium members!
^ Just be aware that only premium members can edit skin directly!
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Introducing Your Photography CVS!HelloIntroducing Your Photography CVS!2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
With recent volunteer comings and goings, we just wanted to straighten out again what the General Photography CVs do - and who we are! 3wyl and I (Kaz-D) handle all the Photography galleries that don't have a current CV. So when a volunteers term ends, we would generally take on that category until a replacement is found. There are some categories that we love so much, we look over them permanently Here's what we currently take Daily Deviation suggestions for...
Current galleries covered by the general Photography CVs...
Abstract and Surreal
dA Life #08: Hosting a Contest on dAWelcome to the eighth dA Life blog, a series created to help you enjoy your time on dA and use it's many tools for sharing your art, appreciating other people's art and taking part in the wonderful community that we have here.dA Life #08: Hosting a Contest on dA3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Hosting a contest on dA is a really fun way to inspire other artists and do something positive for the community. If you've never run a contest before, it can seem like a daunting task so to make it a little easier, here are some things to consider before you create your contest and open it to the deviant public...
Your contest should have a theme. It can be as vague (Aliens, Summer, Cats) or as specific as you like (Alien Cats in Summer). When choosing your theme, take time to consider it's appeal to your potential entrants. A less specific theme is likely to attact more people as the scope for entries is wider. It depends on whether or not you want your contest to be huge - sometimes, bigger isn't always bet
dAmn, An Operators ManualHow to use the commands in dAmndAmn, An Operators Manual7 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
(Taken from the dAmn help page, condensed and made more accessible in a single location)
/admin rename privclass OldName to NewName
Create New Group
/admin create privclass YourGroup #
/admin remove privclass GroupName
Send users to new Group
/admin move users Members to NewGroup
Show Priv Classes
/admin show privclass
/admin show users
Priv Cmds (these specify what a user can or cant do)
Use them with either a + or a - in front and using this cmd
/admin update privclass PrivName
The number that appears to the left of each privclass name when you do a /admin show privclass command is known as it's "order" value. For example, the default order value of the Members privclass is 50. Privclasses with higher order values are displayed clo
Becoming a DeviantDeviant Art has been around for twelve years now and I've known about it for some time. But it wasn't until a couple weeks ago that I finally dug my grave and became a member. If you are not familiar with deviant art, it is an online social network focused on art. As of 2010 it gained 14.5 million members and has expanded far beyond that number by now.Becoming a Deviant3 years ago in Personal More Like This
I'm not much of a tech guy. I am very much a geek when it comes to horror movies and vinyl records. But a nerd of evolutionary gadgets I am not. I resisted getting a cell phone for years and have only acquired an Iphone two and a half years ago. The last video game I played was Tetris. Even when the first Resident Evil came out in the mid 90s, I hung up my joystick and decided it was time to become an observer. My computers are never up to speed and that is fine. As long as my turntable's motor isn't burned out and I can still spin vinyl, I'm a happy fiend.
Social Networks are no different. I avoided myspace and only decided to join a fe