Fantastic Digital and What Created Them- Feature 1In this feature I’d like to show the stunning stock used to create even more outstanding works of art. Each will have a subject, which can be open to interpretation. I really hope you like this new feature and how i have set it up.Fantastic Digital and What Created Them- Feature 12 years ago in Art Features More Like This
In this feature it is storms, the full power of storms and the calm before. Storms have the power to fascinate and create fear in those watching them. Me, i watch them with fascination. But, how do they make you feel? fear?
[Star!] [Star!] Ever Belonging Seaheart by Tony-ob
[Star!] All the resources used to make these :
:thumb198156759: [Star!] Lightning Brushes by Scully7491 [Star!] Rock 1 by krallear-stock [Star!] http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-photo-13555600-stunning-red-barn-close-up.php?st=dc26934 [Star!] http:/
Twenty Tempting Textures 2Twenty Tempting Textures 23 years ago in Art Features More Like This
A Rainbow of colorful Bokeh and Light Textures,that are just bursting with potential.
Enhance,add depth or create an ambient dreamy atmosphere with these wonderful abstract
and colorful Textures that are just calling to be incorporated into your digital projects.
Use them as background images, or to add interest to a unique area of your designs.
With your fantasy the possibilities are limitless.
Feature #15 Break Free by Phatpuppyart-Studios Every time I close my eyes... by megan7 Lion-Mighty by Mr-Xerty Colors Of A Colorado Spring Sunrise by kkart My Secret Place by Sisterslaughter165 Medallion of the Empress on display central by Tuile-jewellery Places for the Mind III - Rising from the Ashes by emilieleger Spring by AnjaMillen Queen Of Flowers by BiBiARTs After the Rain by Lilac90 Where the big things are by blue-a A Call To The Faithful by LadyxBoleyn Sleep of Stone by Brumae-Art Valentine by TanyaShatseva Welcome Mr. Hyde by LuLebel switching worlds by chantal-olivia ECTOPLASMIC by Gesell Leto: Second coming by Esveeka :thumb375278843: S o u r c e by J-u-d-a-s Sunset by AndersrednA The Thief of Joy by astrangeallure Una musa para inspirar. by Marazul45 Caged Bird by Adipose620 Bride by LaDeaBendata Children of Ymir - book cover by LuneBleu Huntress by PhoenixalThor Wonderland UA by sasha-fantom Inferno by Emerald-Depths Come to me by mi-eterna-primavera When Darkness Falls by In2umniaKillH3r Seven Devils by TaniaART Pretty Face P2- Adriana Lima by Amro0 Last Goodbye by EstherPuche-Art Ophelia's Blood by Aeternum-Art The vampire child Claudia by NadzEscapade Empath by JenniferHealy Sleeping Beauty by Ithildiel Jungle Kitten by Chaottops Dream of Escape by stellartcorsica Autumn sun by BaxiaArt Virginia by CatherineCruz Opera en 5 actes by cornacchia-art Black and white sheets #3 by DmitryElizarov Midnight swim. by Canon600D :thumb373326801: Vampire by Vergizov Vampires in the Small Church by vampirekingdom :thumb37452246Feature #152 years ago in Personal More Like This
Tutorial Treasury 05In the Tutorial Treasury, you will find tutorials geared towards Photomanipulators and some that will deal with a broader subjects, such as lighting, colour etc. The tutorials will be from dA as well as from all over the web and in each episode, there will be 3 to 6 tutorials for your reading pleasure (any more than that I guess no one will have time to read anyway). If you find any good ones, shoot me a note so I can include them in the next installment!Tutorial Treasury 051 year ago in Art Features More Like This
"Learn how to create this cinematic scene in quick and easy steps! This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to blend images to create an apocalyptic scene and add flying meteors with premade Photoshop brushes. You’ll also learn several different ways to add lighting effects and create a strong atmosphere. ~ written by Jarka Hrnčárková ~"
ART: A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO PRICING YOUR ARTA BEGINNERS GUIDE TO PRICING ARTART: A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO PRICING YOUR ART4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
There are several reasons why an artist will make the decision to sell their work. For some artists, it is almost accidental that they are discovered doing what they love by someone who is willing to pay for it. Often these scenarios lead to a decision to go public, but not all artists sell their works so easily. There are artists who study and practice and build up an inventory of works with the full intention of selling those works for income. For these artists who depend upon sales as a means of income, and possibly survival, pricing art is imperative. Then there are the artists who slowly venture into the arena, one piece at a time, testing the proverbial waters and gauging whether or not their works will compete well in the art world. Regardless of the beginnings or the motivations, pricing art is a task which has confounded the best of artists.
Common Sense Guide To Surviving The Art World: http://fav.me/n141460
E4E Big November Giveaway [CANCELLED]Wanna enter? All you have to do is fave this journal, and be a member of the group!E4E Big November Giveaway [CANCELLED]1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
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Top winner gets 100 points and a feature worth 120 points to make this prize a value of 220 points. Winner #2 gets 50 points and a feature worth 50 points to make it a value of 100 points. 3rd place gets a free poll feature.
Now, for some art from our sponsors and the group:
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You must be a member and have faved this journal to win points.
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Go for it - Photoshop TutorialsGo for it - Photoshop Tutorials7 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Hello guys, how are you!
This is my second "Go for it" Article and this time it's about Photoshop Tutorials.
Adobe Photoshop software is used by millions of people around the world and it's utility reaches the most different areas such as marketing, advertising, art, illustration, design, fashion, etc. The latest version released is Photoshop CS3 but, for everyone who can't afford this or an older version, you can always join Photoshop Express. This is an online Photoshop software where you can adjust your images and give them some cool effects. You must understand that it doesn't have all the Photoshop Tools like the original softare but, it's better to have this one online than to have nothing at all right? You can find it right here: https://www.photoshop.com/express/landing.html
Photoshop is a very powerful "tool" to improve our work as artists and even to create amazing works of art from scratch.
On deviantArt community we can fin a big selection of useful and precio
PE: dA Street shooters share their tips1. What is the gear that deviant Street Photographers use?PE: dA Street shooters share their tips3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
2. What is the dream gear that they'd wish to have?
3. What is the best advice they could give to an inexperienced street shooter?
The answers are right below!
in the order they came into my inbox
1: 50/50 Nikon D90 / Sony Nex
2: Leica M9P + 35mm
3: Shoot. A lot. Be inside the action, to feel what´s going on with small focal lenght, or step back to realize a worthy context, but never be afraid to press the shutter. Never. You´re doing nothing wrong.
1. I have a 5DmkII and an EOS300 (film). Both share the same 35mm f/2 lens. I use them almost equally.
2. I think the best camera is the one in your hand. I know it is a cliche but then again the problem most if the times is not at the camera but at the photographer.
(now... for some inexplicable reason there came a guy and told me, "Just order wh
10 Years on deviantART!So like, woahhhh. 10 years. Crazy. How did time pass by so fast?10 Years on deviantART!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
It doesn't really exactly feel like that long ago when I first started visiting dA and now it's already been a decade.
So kinda for myself (and also anyone possibly interested) here's a journal post recapping my last 10 years~ (Also sort of my journal in photography too, I guess.)
May 17 2002
I signed up on dA when someone in the drawing group I hung out with told me to check out his works here. I was only 14 then. I didn't use dA a lot at the time because it looked like this: http://web.archive.org/web/20030426063919/http://www.deviantart.com/
I was on a 15" 1024x768 display and the ad banner + dA header took up half my screen on every page load. Did not like. >_>
I dropped by dA every now and then, in Sept I suddenly found it a lot more user-friendly, the new version: http://web.archive.org/web/20030922013355/http://www.deviantart.com/
I added dA to my daily visit and I started mak
The Best Journal CSS TemplatesA few month have been gone since DeviantART added the feature that allowed subscribed members to use CSS for journals. That opened a huge field of possibilities to customize our journal pages. But only some of us are familiar with the programming language CSS. So there are only two ways to get a nice journal look anyway: Either you learn to code CSS or you use a CSS template.The Best Journal CSS Templates8 years ago in Art Features More Like This
I want to help you to find a suitable CSS template for your journal!
I reviewed the journal CSS galleries and compiled a list of functional and good looking journal layouts for you. Lets start with the classics:
1. BasiCSS by zikes
This was the first useful CSS template on DA featuring a basic layout back in September last year. It might be still recommendable for beginners who wish to have a clearly arranged journal.
2. Classy styles from ipholio
Ipholio has done several layouts for other deviants but also these two elegant and
Little thing called TalentLittle thing called TalentLittle thing called Talent1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
"My name is Marc, my emotional life is sensitive and my purse is empty, but they say I have talent."
In general, talent means the skill that someone has quite naturally to do something that is hard, a high degree of ability that a person was born with. It's hard to argue that some people indeed have more of an inherited talent for arts than others. They are able to get to a certain level rather quickly and get a lot of praise along the way. However, relying on talent will only last for so long, there's a point to be reached when nothing but hard work gets you through.
"Talent is so loaded a word, so full to the brim with meanings, that an artist might be wise
Stop Letting Photoshop Troll YouAlternate Pricing OptionsStop Letting Photoshop Troll You4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to pay out your ass for a fully legal copy of Photoshop. If you know what youre doing, you can get Photoshop CS5 for much less than the $400 price tag ($999 if you want that silly Extended version).
Option 1: Student pricing. If you are a student, and Im pretty damn sure a great majority of you readers are, you would do well to check out Student Pricing. You see Adobe isnt as stupid as it looks. They know that if they make their products upwards of 80% less for the students and teachers, then they will buy their products, and learn and teach how to use them. When the students get out of school, the only programs they will know how use are Adobe products, but being as they are no longer students, they will be forced to pay full price for their Adobe stuff. Its a very smart business plan. But anyways, check out the Adobe Education sto
Learning to Paint Digitally, Edition 3Welcome...Learning to Paint Digitally, Edition 37 years ago in Art Features More Like This
...to Learning to Paint Digitally, Edition 3. I am still amazed at the enthusiasm of the digital community with my first two articles! I am so glad I was able to help so many people, so, lets get started on Edition 3 already!
The Plan: This series is not only to give beginners a starting point, but also to help even seasoned painters with tricks or tips they did not know before. My hope is that we all learn something we did not know before since there are so many ways to do one thing, it is my belief that reading how one person may do something will strengthen our skills as artists and help us to learn and develop our own style and techniques.
The Promise: My promise to the community through this new series of articles is that I will:
Read each Tutorial before presenting it to you.Try each brush set myself before including it in the "lessons."Try to be as clear and simple as possible
need some inspiration for 2013?need some inspiration?need some inspiration for 2013?2 years ago in Personal More Like This
perhaps those incredibly great stocks could help your phantasy run wild
no matter if you do digital painting, traditional drawing, photomanipulations, 3D works, artisian crafts or are a writer .... stocks are ressources for everyone.
Vanessa Psylocke 1a by jagged-eye Dawn call by Dewfooter Free :: Erinada IV by XxSaraiyu-StockxX Beren 4 by Jaymasee Haunted Hills 1.1 by Kuoma-stock Green and Brown ::Stock 44:: by spiked-stock Equine Fantasy Stock 028 by MeetMeAtTheLake2Nite Natures Lore 30 by Elandria Walking On Air by leeroi1-stock renfairstock_piratemansitting by PilgrimSoul KnifePlay3 by DaeStock Hit It by MooneWolfe :thumb332421944: Rohan 38 by chirinstock Snow White 26 by Kuoma-stock Winter Stock I by Reine-Haru long dress 2 by jlior
Devils in the Details 03 by Elandria MK Tom Sawyer Island 32 by AreteStock Cloister Portico by AustriaAngloAlliance Arches 2 by AdamSherratt Under Water Stock 5 by EvilHateYouAllStock Fairmount Park Cherry Blossoms 36 by FairieGoodMother Stairs by Michael-Rayne Strange Cone House 5 by FairieGoodMother landscape 1 by Drezdany-stocks
Stock Providers! We have been listening! <3Your concerns about the state of our gallery...Stock Providers! We have been listening! <33 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Are the things that concern us all, I hope with the updates and clarifications to our FAQ specific to stock and resources, plus an official reminder of the stock and resources policies here --->
Will help to refute the rumours going around that staff and volunteers don't care about the "non-stock" being posted in our gallery.
I am here to tell you with absolute certainty that we DO care A LOT!!!!! Getting things like this into action to start resolving some of the far reaching issues we face as an integral part of the wider DA community takes time, but still doesn't mean your concerns are being ignored.
We will be working very VERY VERY hard to make a significant impact on the huge amount of "celeb stock" and "renders" (that aren't actually renders ) and all the other "stuff" thats being submitted to stock and resources.
Its not going to get better over night.
Announcing Rolled Fine Art Paper Prints!Prints ShopAnnouncing Rolled Fine Art Paper Prints!3 years ago in DeviantArt Announcements More Like This
Fine Art Prints
Starting immediately, deviantART is upgrading our rolled Fine Art Paper Prints to a more professional grade print process. The new and improved product will now ship with an additional 1.5" (3.81 cm) bright-white border ready to be hung or framed! This change will not affect the way in which we currently provide Photo Prints, Canvas, or Frame Art Prints.
Bright-white, ultrasmooth, 100% cotton rag paper
Acid- and lignin-free archival process
Advanced digital drying process in order to guarantee vibrance
Digital Art DD RoundUp - October 2013Digital Art DD RoundUp - October 20131 year ago in Art Features More Like This
Nymph by anti-phony Snake and Girl by moosmic
City of the Depth by gegig Pacify by Sycra Trafficking by Fredrik-Rattzen Eete - ANIMATED COMMISSION by BaukjeSpirit
Crystaline Core Harvest by pankratiev Time Traveler #1 by gianlucaromano Travels I: Devourers of worlds by KsiazeKrzysztof Laika by nelsoncosentino
Warrior vs Spider by ltramaral The Ambush by MatesLaurentiu The King of Omashu by cassendane Silly bunny by Kipine
Blow Me Down by pirate-pet Lancelot-adv by VictorBang Trio by StaplesART Bride of the Martyr by SRA2
:thumb367175548: Hades and Persephone by Ashramart Cyrus by SpineBender Overlap by YukoRabbit
Father's Footsteps by MarcoBucci Shark Knight-Tsunami by watt277 fiery river by AnekaShu Real Monsters Reboot- Depression by ZestyDoesThings
Dumnoen Saduak Market by LotharZhou Command and Conquer Concept Art by Philipstraub Water is the driving force of all nature. by GIANTLY A Home in the Green by jerry8448
Blueblood by z00reka killer is dead concept art by Tonyholmsten Aquatic Slidewalk by Samuel-Nordius Grim Reaper by unsmoking-Cigarette
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Go for it - Photoshop BrushesPrevious Go for it articles:Go for it - Photoshop Brushes7 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Go for it - Photoshop Tutorials
Go for it - Photoshop Actions
Hello guys! How are you?
This "Go for it" Article is about Photoshop Brushes.
Many of us use brushes to enhance our works result. Whether they are drawings, vectors, paintings, manipulations, photographies, etc., the truth is that brushes are many times a life savior and, they help us achieve great effects in an great and easy way.
What are brushes?
Quoting my own Tutorial, "Brushes can be compared to stamps that we use in Photoshop (or in other program like Paint Shop Pro, Illustrator, Corel PhotoPaint, etc.). The main puropse is to add extra effect or details into your digital work".
I've created 2 Tutorials exlaining how to instal & apply Photoshop Brushes and, also how to create your own Photoshop Brushes. If you find them useful, please download t
Surviving (and thriving) on deviantARTSURVIVING (AND THRIVING) IN THE MINTY GREEN JUNGLESurviving (and thriving) on deviantART4 years ago in Art Features More Like This
FINDING HAPPINESS ON DEVIANTART
If you want to get something out of it, put something into it. Visibility on deviantART is mostly a numbers game; there are so many users that unless you're interacting with others, even the highest-quality work may go nearly unseen. This advice sounds like a truism, but people seem to have difficulty understanding that no, their work is not some kind of miracle that breaks all the rules. Don't expect the community to fawn all over you for existing. You have to make them see you.
Don't expect the community to fawn over you, period. These people are usually your peers, but even if you don't think they are - they are not your buttmonkeys. Don't treat people that way.
The people who let you treat them terribly are not the ones you want. Some people will allow, and even encourage you to treat them like slaves. The
Photomanips for BeginnersWhat is a photomanipulation?Photomanips for Beginners4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Photomanipulations are images that have been composed of two or more photographic elements to create something new.
This is what the gallery description states. But what does it mean?
It means that a photomanipulation is based on photographs.
Not sketches scanned in (like line art for example) or screenshots from a video game. However, if you scan a photograph or for example dried flowers, it would be considered a photograph; while a photograph taken of line art still remains a sketch and is not consiered a photograph. Video game screenshots are copyrighted images btw and as such cannot be used at all.
It means that you need to use more than one photograph.
Retouching work as well as work that uses brushes or texture overlays only to "spice up" a photo that was taken by yourself(!) should be submitted to Photography > Darkroom, while work that uses stock images (i.e. images that you did not take yourself) should be
Tutorial: How to find MMD model links ...Tutorial: How to find MMD model links ...2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
It seems a lot of people really do have trouble finding models that they've seen and like for MMD. I have a lot of people who visit my Deviant Art gallery asking for links and this can get irritating as I am not in the habit of collating links. However, there is a percentage of people who genuinely are new to MMD and really have no idea, and it is for these people that I am writing this brief tutorial.
Almost all models available for MMD exists somewhere on the Internet for download with perhaps the following exceptions:
Those that are sold commercially (Windows 100% models)Those that were taken out of circulation by their creatorsThose that are made privately for personal enjoyment or private collections
In general, you should NEVER ask for a download link for these as in the case of 1 & 2, where download links exists, they are probably ILLEGAL (as in you'll probably be breaking applicable Copyright Laws if you used those links). As for case 3,
Body Art PE: Henna & Temporary TattoosTraditional Art > Body Art > Cosmetic Application > Henna & Temporary TattoosBody Art PE: Henna & Temporary Tattoos3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Artwork created with products that stain the skin and last for several days.
What is Henna?
Henna or "Mehndi" is a gorgeous and intricate Middle Eastern art form focusing on the natural dye of the Henna (Lawsonia inermis) plant. Many cultures, countries, and religions have found symbolism and meaning in the signature orange dye.
What other techniques are there for creating temporary body art?
One can paint on the skin directly or create ink transfers with special, long-lasting body inks. Brands like Temptu and Reel Creations are used in the film industry because of their super realistic appearance.
XLVII by Of-Heliotropes LXXXIX by Of-Heliotropes LXXXVII by Of-Heliotropes LXXXVIII by Of-Heliotropes :thumb
PE: Contrast in Digital ArtThis article aims to introduce different kinds of ‘contrast’ in digital art, although most of the following points can also be applied to other media as well.PE: Contrast in Digital Art1 year ago in Art Features More Like This
(noun) - Contrast is a principle of art. When defining it, art experts refer to the arrangement of opposite elements (light vs. dark colors, rough vs. smooth textures, large vs. small shapes, etc.) in a piece so as to create visual interest, excitement and drama.
1. Colours and Brightness
One of the first things to come to mind when we think of ‘contrast’ are colours contrasting with each other.
(The colours labelled as 'primary' are the primary colours in the RGB colour model. Primary colours of the CMYK colour model are cyan, magenta and yellow.)