Announcing DISGAEArt!!! Illustration CollectionAnnouncing DISGAEArt!!! Illustration Collection3 years ago in Personal More Like This
UDON is thrilled to annouce the latest addition to our video game art book library: DISGAEArt!!! Disgaea Official Illustration Collection. This is the ultimate Disgaea art book, featuring the artwork of Takehito Harada’s amazing illustrations from all four Disgaea games. Included are game covers, promotional and concept art, book covers, soundtrack art, and over 300 rare Disgaea art pieces, plus an introduction by Takehito Harada. No fan of this landmark series should be without... DISGAEArt!!!
We've posted a few sample images below to whet your appetite - to see even more, pop on over to Destructoid for a complete nine page preview!
BOOK DETAILS AND AVAILABILITY:
Release date: Late July / Early August 2012
Price (U.S.): $39.99
Submit to deviantART Directly From SketchBook AppsDeviantART is proud to announce that SketchBook users on iPad and Android tablets now have the ability to create and submit art directly from their devices to deviantART!Submit to deviantART Directly From SketchBook Apps1 year ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
Our recent partnership with Autodesk has allowed deviantART to become the first community integrated into SketchBook -- the professional-grade painting app that is easy to use for every artist. Merging these two powerhouse environments means that tablet users will be able to publish their creations from SketchBook directly to their deviantART accounts. Deviants will also be able to use the app to browse the inspirational works of other SketchBook artists in the autodesk-sketchbook group.
This is a first step in what will become a much fuller integration that will bring more deviousness to SketchBook and add a powerful creation tool to the arsenals of deviant artists everywhere, as we welcome new SketchBook users into the deviantART community.
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The Fairy Tale, A Lifelong ResonanceA thousand years tradition of scaring children at bedtime continues for children of all ages. News of the discovery of 500 “new” fairy tales collected over 150 years ago [link] in Germany and locked away in a forgotten archive has me thinking about the enduring importance of these narrative treasures in the lives of human societies worldwide. My worry, have fairy tales been marginalized by modernism?The Fairy Tale, A Lifelong Resonance3 years ago in DeviantART Announcements More Like This
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A Thousand Years Tradition of Scaring Children at Bedtime
Continues for Children of All Ages
News of the discovery of 500 “new” fairy tales collected over 150 years ago in Germany and locked away in a forgotten archive has me thinking about the enduring importance of these narrative treasures in the lives of human