A Pokemon Collaborative Project:iconexplosionplz: JOIN THE DEVIANTART GROUP HERE http://drunk-pokemon.deviantart.com/ :iconexplosionplz:A Pokemon Collaborative Project9 months ago in Personal More Like This
If you've been following my work you may know I've drawn, and am in the process of drawing, all generations of Pokemon. You may also know that from the second generation on, I've been drawing them quite inebriated :icondrunkplz: This leads them to be crude, messy, and instead of acting as standalone pokemon comics they become insights into the mind of a drunk artist.
That brings us to the new project I would like to invite all artists to join, as long as they are above the legal drinking age of their country of residence: DRUNK POKEMONS :icondrinkplz: :iconohhellyeahplz:
1. You get drunk
2. You draw/paint/sculpt a new, non-existing Pokemon (or a "Fakemon" for short)
3. Another (drunk) person takes your Fakemon and gives it a name and type (other details optional)
4. Another (drunk) person takes this Fakemon and draws its evolution, including it's name and type
So you're g
Shooting your first wedding?If you are known at all as any kind of photographer by your friends, eventually you'll be asked to shoot a wedding (even if your usual specialty is unrelated-- for instance, medical x-rays). I've only shot a few, and am not very good at it (people with clothes are hard to pose!), but here's a few thoughts (and there are many and better pieces of advice to be had from more experienced wedding photographers, so ask the experts!).Shooting your first wedding?1 year ago in Personal More Like This
My first suggestion is not to do it. It's not worth the tiny amount of money they think you should be paid, and it could easily ruin your friendship.
Or if you must, to shoot a few friends' weddings for free (with some other paid photographer handling the real stress- and don't get in their way or shoot over their shoulder!) until you have some experience. Or shoot a wedding for friends who can't afford a pro and will have nothing but "relative snaps" without your help. A few points:
1. Churches are terrible to shoot in--often too big for flashes to work, and so
Devious Journal EntryIf anything, I will keep to myself, the internet will be the last place for it.Devious Journal Entry1 year ago in Personal More Like This
So, if there is something you like, you can have it, but please let me know. Any way, I can't do anything about it.
"Never be afraid to try something new... Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic."
The life is too short for "myspace" and "facebook".
Dear American clean up your back yard. Leave the earth in peace. Stay at home. http://www.american-pictures.com/english/reviews/media.htm
I can not understand
why you are so tolerant when it comes to
cutting carcases into pieces
Mostly it is women that go beyond.
But if people
normal sexual behaviour
your tolerance falls below 0 point.
I do not mind either way
but why this absurd discrimination?
Explain it to me
I would so like to be able to understand it
Explain it to me
I would so like to be smarter
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 Resonance1 year ago in deviantART Blog More Like This
:icontechgnotic: May 30, 2012 by $techgnotic
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 t
Neil Gaiman Presents 'A Calendar of Tales'Neil GaimanNeil Gaiman Presents 'A Calendar of Tales'4 months ago in Official Contests More Like This
Neil Gaiman asked fans around the world to help him tell a new kind of story. A few weeks, thousands of Tweets, twelve stories and a galaxy of art later, 'A Calendar of Tales' was born.
It's now ready for the world to see as a beautiful digital book. Have a look, see who contributed, or watch Neil's videos to find out more about the making of 'A Calendar of Tales.'
A huge thank you is due to everyone who took part in this project. Your energy and imagination inspired Neil, and now, can inspire the world.
To celebrate the completion of 'A Calendar of Tales,' we're introducing a brand new Profile Page badge. Immerse yourself
Pinkie piePinkie pie7 months ago in Personal More Like This
Oh Noes! Fluttershy got into the pond too! HNNNNNNNNGH!
NEW BOOK!You folks asked for a new Cyanide & Happiness book chock full of laughs and good times, and guess what!?NEW BOOK!7 months ago in Personal More Like This
We ignored you and did the opposite.
All the old Depressing Comics, with 40 new ones that are only found in this book!
Makes a great stocking stuffer to go with those holiday suicide rates!
INDEPENDENTLY PUBLISHED BECAUSE WE'RE PUNK ROCK - Take THAT, 'The Man'!
Illustrator Need For Paying Comic Book ProjectLooking for an illustrator for a comic book series that I'm writing called "Night Wolf." So far I have 12 issues written. An artist who can do both illustration and coloring would be preferred, but is not required.Illustrator Need For Paying Comic Book Project5 months ago in Personal More Like This
"Night Wolf" is about a teenager who on his 18th birthday discovers that he was born a werewolf and is reluctantly thrown into a supernatural war between good and evil.
This is a start-up project so I don't have much money, but I do have $2,100 that I can pay for character designs, a Cover and 24 pages for the fist issue.
Once the character designs are finalized, and have some solid sequential artwork I plan to submit a proposal to kickstarter.com and indiegogo.com to get additional funding for the project, publishing, advertising, distribution, etc.
Compensation for future issues is negotiable. Payment can continue to be work on a commission basis, or we can discuss payment based on a percentage of the profit from sales from the title(s) worked on.
The comic book artist sty
NAKED & SO OFFENSIVE | re edit version 3.0*Naked !!!!!????? Offended / Outraged / Angry*NAKED & SO OFFENSIVE | re edit version 3.01 year ago in Personal More Like This
It amazes me that in 2012 there are still so many people offended by nudity. I find it staggering on a regular basis that a tasteful image of a gorgeous woman could cause the offence that it often does. I don't want to have too big a rant on this subject as I don't think I would ever be able to change the mind of someone who finds nudity offensive anyway. People rarely change or even modify their beliefs and to be honest, I don't care what people think anyway. I have two points to make and I don't want to cloud them with an excessive amount of collateral rantings
*Nudity vs Violence*
Some time ago on dA I looked at a group with the intention of joining and one of the stated submission rules was "violent images are fine but no nudity under any circumstances"
Now tell me how that is even vaguely rational ?
A piece of digital art or photo where someone is killing a person with a sledge hammer is fine as long
Meeting Weird Al!Last night I got one of the thrills of my life when I got to meet Weird Al Yankovic backstage after his show here in Minneapolis! I've been an Al fan since I first heard the "Weird Al" In 3-D album in 1984 and I've been a big fan ever since. I only have two artists' full libraries on my iPhone, The Beatles and Al. So yeah, I'm a fan.Meeting Weird Al!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Not only did I get to see him perform live (my fifth time seeing him), but I got to give him and his drummer Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz copies of my "Meeting Al" piece:
Both Al and Jon were awesome and I can't thank them enough for allowing me and my friend Natalie to meet them. I want to say a special thanks to Jon, who could not have been kinder or friendlier, for responding to Natalie's e-mail about possibly meeting the king of parody. Jon suprised me by saying "he doesn't know you're here, he's gonna love this". I was really honored to be able to give them both print copies of my piece.
Just before Jon snapped a photo of the three of us Al
CommentsPlease only add constructive comments. The models are not whores. Just because a model shows her genital area, she is not a whore. The images presented in my portfolio, general represent the whole women.Comments1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I believe in showing the models face. It is the expressions, I am looking for. I do not like strict posing. You can see that in thousands of images on this site. I do like girl next door shots. The model always has fun in my shoots.
If the model wants to represent herself, in a more mature manner, I will go there. We are adults. The relationship between model and photographer is a business one. It is all fantasy. So, just sit back and relax.
Ry's Favourite Artists Featuring: Willow-SanHi there its me Hainanese Chicken with Ryce. I feel like doing something I have never done before, I want to feature some of my favourite artists that I have been following for years, lets begin by someone I found randomly on Deviantart years ago and caught my eyes. Her name is *Willow-San :iconwillow-san:Ry's Favourite Artists Featuring: Willow-San4 months ago in Personal More Like This
Willow-San is a french artist who's art style caught my attention... umm ok I gota be honest, I saw a pikachu and I clicked on her profile :iconmingplz: (I CANNOT RESIST A PIKACHU OK) BUT what I discovered was a whole new universe of art perfection, in the world of the great and mighty Willow-San with pretty vibrant colors and amazing line work and comedy gold humour! And a f*ckin Pikachu
I especially like how she draws faces, they are so full of energy and the shading is top notch. Seriously this gurl has got so much talent, n
New! 8-Bit deviantWEAR Design Challenge!New! 8-Bit deviantWEAR Design Challenge!1 year ago in deviantART Blog More Like This
8-Bit graphics are like the classic cars of the computer graphics world. Sure, they don’t have Bluetooth, power seats, or fancy extras, but they’re old and they sure look cool! That’s why for our newest Design Challenge, the 8-Bit Hoodie Design Challenge, we’re asking you to design a hoodie in an 8-Bit graphic style. Submit a design that would drop the jaw of any 1980s programmer, get your friends to vote, and you could win 10 of your hoodies and $1,500 CASH! A pixilated world awaits; get your squares together and submit your design by April 6, 2012!
Participation is easy!
You come up with potential designs for our deviantWEAR hoodies.
Deviants vote on their favorite designs.
Judges choose 2 winning designs from
a tale of butterOnce you start reading this, you cannot turn back.a tale of butter1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Well you could, but would you reeeeeeeeally want to do it?
KEEP ON READING OR YOUR EYES WILL IMPLODE.
One day, *humon was surfing the internet.
She was just looking at her favorite pages when all of a sudden a new tab opened up.
She was confused, since she didn't click on any link whatsoever. The tab didn't show anything, just a white screen. When she tried to close the tab, nothing happened. She kept pressing the X to close it, but instead the tab turned to full size. Suddenly, the white screen of the tab turned completely black.
It wasn't only the tab screen that turned black, all the button and everything else on her screen did the same.
Even her mouse disappeared off the screen.
After a little while, she decided to turn her computer off because she simply thought it was broken.
This was a fatal mistake.
Out of nowhere, a full screen picture of :iconcaptainfanclub: appeared on the black screen.
It was most unexpected.
As she loo
Pin-Up: From Objectification to EmpowermentIn researching the history of pin up art I found that before there were the “centerfold girls” there were the “pin-up calendar girls” – the semi-nude young women in lingerie whose photographs adorned calendars sold semi-legally from under the counters of gas stations and truck stops.Pin-Up: From Objectification to Empowerment1 year ago in deviantART Blog More Like This
Wed Feb 01, 2011, 11:00 PM
In researching the history of pin up art I found that before there were the “centerfold girls”
there were the “pin-up calendar girls” – the semi-nude young women in lingerie whose photographs
adorned calendars sold semi-legally from under the counters of gas stations and truck stops