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I don't know If its a big deal to sit inside a room and play with water Drops.But I love it so much..

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Below is Some of my works. Find all my artworks here: [link]


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:bulletred: Download and own the action for Use them on your images.Love you all :heart:

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I got the inspiration from this series after Resident Evil.
Finally some quality images... hope all of you enjoy them!
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The second (and last) set of the Resident Evil series.
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A sneak peek at next time's update.
I've been really busy lately, but I plan on doing another series in the near future. If you have any pose requests, send me a note.
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Deviations titled "Bases For Bases" you have my permission to use to create bases.
Can be used for references as well.
I have been having trouble with people making bases out of my art without permission. So I am making "specified" drawings for people to make bases out of.

Someone asked a while ago if I could make a family base. There are so many different ways that you could draw a family so this is what I came up with. :D

I hope you like the! :dance:

Please give me credit if you decide to use. :heart:

Other Bases For Bases:

Bases used: :iconxx-saga-san-xx: - [link] :iconcia-o7770: - [link] :icondyddycat: - [link] :iconderianathehedgehog: - [link] :iconfurryfengence2012: - [link] :iconngcreator: - [link] :iconsharablaze: - [link] :iconkauaigirl99: - [link] :icondotachin-san: - [link] :icondaft-punk-girl2: - [link] :iconorihime999: - [link]

Drawings©:iconkaya-snapdragon:
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Deviations titled "Bases For Bases" you have my permission to use to create bases.
Can be used for references as well.
I have been having trouble with people making bases out of my art without permission. So I am making "specified" drawings for people to make bases out of.

Some singing bases this time.:la: The first three are singing with a mic stand and 4 and 5 are singing with headphones. :dummy: If you couldn't see that already. :giggle:

I don't mind if you change genders on these(though some are more girly) Also on 4 and 5 go ahead and open the eyes on them if you want. :D

I hope you all like them! :dance:

Other Bases For Bases:

Bases used: :iconz-thewolf: - [link] :iconsonicgirl125: - [link] :iconloopylouxxx: - [link] :iconroseflame1998: - [link] :icondarksouloflightchild: - [link] :iconpmaniath22: - [link] :iconsparbases: - [link] :iconroseflame1998: - [link] :iconwinterleaves112: - [link] :iconsofiapokemon: - [link] :iconbasesforsonicfans: - [link] :iconorihime999: - [link] :iconthesonicfangirl: - [link]

Drawing©:iconkaya-snapdragon:
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Deviations titled "Bases For Bases" you have my permission to use to create bases.
Can be used for references as well.
I have been having trouble with people making bases out of my art without permission. So I am making "specified" drawings for people to make bases out of.

Finally I got these posted! :la: Okay these were hard to make. I just have to remember that practice makes better, no matter what a struggle it is. :giggle:

I hope you all enjoy these! :happybounce: Feel free to make changes to the posing, or open eyes if that works better for you.


Other Bases For Bases:

Bases used: :icongumicat: - [link] :iconraregummybear: - [link] :iconmechanical-brides: - [link] :iconlettersfromhope: - [link] :icongothicsoulizzy: - [link] :icontiara-the-hedgehod: - [link] :icondebbieana6641: - [link] :iconxxthecursedxx: - [link] :iconspark-the-hedgewolf: - [link] :iconxx-cececoolkitty-xx: - [link] :iconsweet-honey-and-tea: - [link] :iconmephila: - [link] :iconroxyth: - [link] :iconasoukathewolf: - [link]

Bases©:iconkaya-snapdragon:
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The OC-Pony Ororo (c) :iconblueyoukai:
Download at the 'Download File' button.

PS. Don't forget about her glasses, because eyeglasses is not in the package.

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Poprawiłem to co było trzeba, czyli kolor oczu (chociaż nadal mam wątpliwości czy odpowiednio dobrałem odcień) oraz odwróciłem Cutie Mark tak jak powinien być.
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Here's our little Ebony Rose. Take care of her.
Download at the 'Download File' button.
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Hexed version of a model developed by :iconexplosiveline:. The original replaced the texture of the Spitfire, but now the model is separate, so Explosive Line and Spitfire can be together.

Oryginal reskin of Explosive Line: [link]

Explosive Line (c) :iconexplosiveline:
Spitfire (in background) (c) :iconhasbroplz:/:iconfyre-flye:
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Format: .Obj
Rigged: No
Textured: Yes

Made in Blender
Original Model by :iconkp-shadowsquirrel:

© :iconhasbroplz:
© Gainax

Please give credit, if you used it somewhere
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Format: .Obj
Rigged: No, but T-Posed
Textured: Yes

Made in Blender from scratch

© :iconhasbroplz:

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Format: .Obj
Textured: Yes

Made in Blender from scratch

© :iconhasbroplz:

Please give credit, if you used it somewhere
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Spawnlist! (by ~AwesomeCasey795) [link]



Welcome!






Warning: Any comment with trolling intention or bother intetion will be hide, so, don't waste your time




Hello! after 2 weeks, i've finished my work! YAY
Now i can sleep...Seriously, equestria fortress was hard work...
But, is here, is living! you can download it and make your stuff!




Features:

:bulletgreen:All class of team-fortress 2 ponified
:bulletgreen:Team colors (red blue)
:bulletgreen:Über color and fixed the shine bug in gmod
:bulletgreen:Each class is full bodygroup
:bulletgreen:You can use these bodygroups for another ponies
:bulletgreen:Hats compatible *1*
:bulletgreen:Faceposer, eyefix for sfm, standpose,etc
:bulletgreen:Smart normal maps
:bulletgreen:Epics Lightwarps

*1: You can use bonemerge for attach tf2 hats on the pony, don't expect grab the socks or put a face misc on a pony, because it will not work




Note 1:



Bigmac suck! why? i've created the model from a pony source, i've edited the mesh, and the face poser was broken...Why? I don't know, i've tried to solve it, but doesn't work, so don't comment "Big mac have problems"




Development section!



Grabing the pinkie pie mask
Dah HAT!
Rainbow dash fuck off my lightwarp!
Big mac el taco
Physic model beta
Big Mac creation
Rainbow scout
KEELL MEEH...Later
Thanks, i love my new physics...
KEELL MEEH...Later
You'r so cool big mac
Da folds




Have fun!



THANKS to those people



:icondemongmod::iconbronyxd::iconaresiusx::icontheastrix:
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This is shadowbolt...If you don't know who is she, look the hallowen (episode 30) episode or the episode 2 season 1

Cloud not included :v


Contain bodygroups,normal maps, flex, stand pose, custom lightwarp, and other special things (nothing lol)

Thanks to ~demon-gehog for the pic
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Welcome!






Well guys...This is the end!
What i mean, the end of the 3rd season... (look my last journal)




Features

:bulletgreen:Custom mane and tail
:bulletgreen:Faceposer
:bulletgreen:Body tweaked
:bulletgreen:Cool wings




WARNING



If you say something about the right size of chrysalis...I'LL DELETE YOU COMMENT
I had a lot of troubles (i could have uploaded this ago 4 hours)
But not...I really lost time...But when, enjoy it...




Dont forget visit my profile for more mlp stuff
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I recieved a package from my host-mom in Japan with Golden Curry which got me very excited, so I chose to make it today and my little sister took pictures of the result! Golden Curry should be easy to find in most asian-shops. I recommand everyone who has the oppertunity to make it to try it!
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Remember these two chocolate selling guys? Just a quick coloring of a sketch I did AGES ago :icondancingcybermanplz:
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Song: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptrLIt…

From town to town, two artificial bros,
Doing the business they like the most~~
Living the life, just to get by~~
As long as we're moving, forwards
There's nothing we can't do
Together we'll face the day (face the day~~)
You and I. Won't. Run. Away.
When the aliens come to play.
Together, We'll face the day.

Life in Metal - The Cyberman and a Dalek show.
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For more Pick up lines [link]

:iconjohnnybravoplz::iconsaysplz: Go get em' guys
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Hey guys!

After this Tutorial I will be changing the weekly tutorial format to be a bit different.  I’ll be doing a complete review of my own art and skills and building a weekly study guide.

I will be posting what my process is and giving you the same instructions. This will allow you to follow along as a take a deep look at my own art. Review my weaknesses and build up a series of artist and anatomy studies to bulk up my skill.  In this way the tutorials will be more a series of studies and artistic introspection and less a “Tutorial on a thing”.  

I feel for those who are artistically inclined. Following my process of personal improvement will give a unique perspective on improving as an artist!

Support me here > www.patreon.com/doxydoo

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Support me here to keep these going!

» www.patreon.com/doxydoo

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Hard to explain but it's about how to break up points of interest\features in many aspects of art.

Support for more tutorials! Get weekly vids, psd's and jpegs as rewards! >> www.patreon.com/doxydoo
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The Chocolate Cake With Excessively Thick Icing

Equipment
  • Two 9 inch cake tins with removable bases
  • 2 circles of greaseproof paper the size of your baking tins' bases
  • A large pan of water and a smaller pan (feel free to use a double boiler instead if you own one)
  • At least two mixing bowls
  • Scales
  • Sieve
  • Spatula
  • Whisk (normal or electric, a hand cranked one won't work!)
  • Cooling Rack


Ingredients (Sponge)
  • 250g Margarine or Butter (suitable for baking)
  • 200g Plain flour
  • 50g Cocoa Powder
  • 250g Caster Sugar
  • 4 tsp. Baking Powder/Soda
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 tbsp. hot water


Ingredients (icing)
  • 125g Butter or Margarine (only solid butter will do, no spreads or shortenings)
  • 50-100g of cocoa powder (to taste)
  • 50-100g icing sugar or white caster sugar (to taste)
  • Boiling Water
  • 156ml whipping cream
  • 200g Dark Chocolate


Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C.
  2. Grease the tins and place the greaseproof paper on the base of each.
  3. Chop up the butter or margarine (for the sponge) and place it in a bowl.
  4. Add the sugar and mash it all together with a fork or spoon. You should end up with a creamy consistency.
  5. Use the sieve to sift the flour, baking powder and cocoa powder into another bowl.
  6. Beat in the eggs into the sugar and butter mixture one by one. Add a little of the flour with the last.
  7. Whisk the egg mixture thoroughly until smooth and tip in the remaining flour. Stir it until it forms a cohesive mass.
  8. Add the hot water. Beat with the whisk until smooth.
  9. Separate the mixture evenly into each tin. Place them in the middle of the oven for 20-30 minutes (don't check on them for at least 20 minutes or you risk letting the sponge collapse before it's solidified). You'll know they're ready when a skewer stuck in the middle comes out completely clean (not even any greasy residue).
  10. While the sponge is cooking, you can get ready for the icing. Clean both bowls (or get some clean ones out to use).
  11. In one bowl place the butter (chopped up), and whatever your preferred amount of icing sugar and cocoa powder is. In another bowl place 2 tablespoons of cocoa  powder and one of icing or caster sugar. Measure out the cream while you're at it but leave it in the measuring jug for now.
  12. Mash the contents of the first bowl together thoroughly until you have a perfectly smooth paste.
  13. Begin heating the water in your large pan. Break up the dark chocolate and put it in the smaller one.
  14. Wait for the sponge to finish cooking (if they haven't already) and give them at least 15 minutes to cool on the rack after removing them from the pan and peeling off the paper.
  15. Put one of the sponge layers on a plate soft side (i.e. the side you removed the paper from) down.
  16. Spread the icing from the first bowl over the top and smooth it with the spatula. When it's spread over the top evenly, place the second layer on top of it. Transfer this to the fridge to chill it a bit while you prepare the final part of the icing...
  17. Melt the chocolate in the small pan by holding it over the pan of boiling water while stirring it. Try not to dip your finger in it and try some unless you've washed your hands.
  18. Put the liquid chocolate to one side for a moment (don't worry, it won't start freezing for a minute or two) and add two tablespoons of boiling water to the second bowl.
  19. Stir the contents of the bowl until the sugar and cocoa have dissolved to form a small, dark sludge. Now tip in the chocolate and stir or whisk the mixture until it's all dissolved.
  20. Pour in the cream. Stir it in then beat it with the whisk until it starts to thicken (it won't solidify for hours, so don't worry about that). It should be thick enough to stick to a spatula and slowly slide of, as well as smooth.
  21. Remove the cake from the fridge. Pour the mixture over the top (once again, if you wish to sample some with your finger, wash your hands!).
  22. Let the icing drip over the sides of the cake. If any dribbles too far and onto the cake then scoop it up and spread it around the edges. Keep spreading it with the spatula until the entire outside the cake is covered in an even layer.
  23. Leave the cake in the fridge overnight so that the icing can set.
  24. Serve (you know how to serve cake, right? =P).


Sources
  • Chocolate sponge recipe adapted from the Victoria sponge cake recipe featured in The Student Cookbook (ISBN-13: 978-0-600-60965-0, ISBN-10: 0-600-60965-0).
  • Middle layer icing comes from an old family recipe.
  • Outer layer of icing comes from the "Atomic Fudge Cake" recipe listed on wikibooks.
Here's the recipe for my chocolate cake.

You can use cake flour instead of sifting plain flour with baking powder, but it gives a much less fluffy cake so I've recommend adding a teaspoon or so of it anyway (you still need to sift it with the cocoa powder).

And here's one I made earlier; [link]
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Note: Since I didn't come up with it myself (and the source is far
more helpful than anything I could put up here) I will simply link to the
custard recipe here.



Ingredients


  1. A 400g pack of ready to roll puff pastry
  2. 150g of icing sugar
  3. 2 tbsp cold water
  4. 360g of confectioner's custard (the recipe to which is linked at the top of the
         page). See the instructions for when to prepare it.


Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to the temperature indicated on the pastry's pack (most likely 220
         degrees C).
  2. Sprinkle some flour around and roll the pastry until it's about half a centimetre
         thick.
  3. Cut shapes out of the pastry. Rectangles or squares are the most efficient and
         tradition, but feel free to use any shape from stars to scalene triangles
         that has at least 4 cm between the two nearest points.
  4. Grease a baking tray and place the shapes on them (depending on how many you have,
         you might need to do more than one batch). Bake them in the preheated over
         for 15 minutes or until the tops are brown.
  5. Remove the puff pastry from the oven and allow them to cool.
  6. Using a knife, split each shape along its layers (as if you were separating the
         slices of bread on a sandwich). Make sure you keep each half together
         (it's much easier to make sure they fit that way). This will leave you
         with a "bottom" with a flat base and a top (which will probably
         be slightly curved).
  7. Place the icing sugar in a bowl and add the water. Stir together to form icing (you
         may need to add a few more spoonfuls of icing if it's sloppy). You need a
         smooth mixture that dribbles off the spoon and starts to harden after a
         few minutes of not being stirred.
  8. Spread the icing over the top halves of each shape (don't worry if the icing in the
         bowl begins to crystallise, just give the mixture another stir and it'll
         jump straight back to icing consistency). They should look something like;
         this.
  9. Now that the "slices" are ready, it's time to prepare the confectioner's
         custard. Don't be intimidated by the recipe, as long as you follow the instructions
         you can't got wrong (if you're really worried, prepare the egg yolk
         mixture before you begin heating the milk).
  10. Spoon the custard into the bases of the slices. Use the back of a metal spoon to spread it evenly.
  11. After all the custard's been distributed equally among the bases, put the top of each shape on the base (hopefully there's just enough custard to glue them together.
  12. Leave them in the fridge for 30 minutes so the custard can cool and the icing can harden (although the icing will probably already have done so in the time it took to prepare the custard, unless you spread it particularly thickly).
  13. Keep them refrigerated until they're ready to serve. Immediately remove and devour. Click here for a Serving suggestion.
Well here we go. My first attempt at submitting a recipe.

I hope it serves begginers well in the field of culinary art.
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Apple and Blackberry Tart

Equipment
  • One 9" pie dish
  • A small saucepan
  • Mixing bowl
  • Scales
  • Spatula
  • Whisk (normal or electric, a hand cranked one won't work!)


Ingredients
  • 150g Blackberries (or similar summer fruit that goes well with apple, such as raspberries) plus extra for decoration.
  • 2 cooking apples, peeled, cored and sliced as finely as possible.
  • 75g Caster Sugar
  • 20g Cornflour/Cornstarch
  • Raw short pastry sufficient for one pie crust (your own recipe or a ready to roll brand is fine)
  • 360g of confectioner's custard or 250ml of double/heavy cream, whipped, for the topping.


Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C.
  2. Grease the dish.
  3. Roll out the pastry, line the tin and cut it to shape, but don't put it in the oven (we'll be baking it with its filling).
  4. Separate the best looking blackberries and put them to one side for now (you'll need enough to scatter around the top of the tart twice) then measure out 150g from the rest.
  5. Microwave the 150g of blackberries to soften them, then put them in youre small pan. Add the sugar and beat together with the whisk (you may need to crush them a bit with the spoon).
  6. Heat the mixture at a medium temperature, stirring constantly until the sugar begins to melt to form a syrup.
  7. Stir in the cornflour.
  8. Keep cooking until it thickens and begins to simmer.
  9. Remove from the heat and stir in about 1/4 to 1/3 of your sliced apple (this should roughly double the mixture's volume).
  10. Pour the mixture into the raw pastry case and spread evenly.
  11. Layer the remaining slices over the mixture. Scatter half your decorative blackberries over it.
  12. Back in the oven for 45 minutes, until the pastry's golden and the apple and blackberries have formed a soft layer. Allow to cool.
  13. Prepare your confectioner's custard (recipe's here). If you don't like it or don't wish to make it, then you may whip 250ml of double or heavy cream instead. I would recommend you use custard, however.
  14. Spread the custard or whipped cream over the top of the filling to use up the remaining space in the crust. Decorate with the remaining blackberries.
  15. Allow to set in the fridge. Dust with icing sugar before serving if you wish.
  16. The resulting tart should be firm enough to serve on plates, but I would recommend eating it with a spoon rather than a fork. The topping negates the need for any sort of condiment, but if you would rather have a sauce who am I to suggest otherwise? =P
A recipe I came up with on the fly for an apple and blackberry tart (I used blackberries I picked from the garden and the surrounding area).

It turned out to be quite tasty so I made a record of it. :D

I'll upload some photos later tonight.

Also; No jokes about a particular brand of phone please. I've been hearing/reading them nonstop. :chainsaw:

Pictures of the result;
[link]
[link]
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Rules and Regulations (I know, sounds scary, but they're not):

Okay, I'm not that picky, but here are the rules and they must be followed!

1. You must mention us in all of your art using our stock and give a link to our stock site.
2. Send us a comment or note of what you have done so we can look at it!
3. You must not(this means not allowed EVER) use our stock for any pornography or racial/hate art.
4. You must ask before making prints using our stock, but you can use it outside of DeviantArt. We don't bite, just ask!
5.You must make an effort with our stock. No changing colors or just adding a new background*, fixing mistakes in the picture, that sort of thing. You are not allowed to post it to your site as your artwork if you have done so. You guys can do it, we have no doubt!

*this does not include stock that is used as a background, such as our japanese garden photos. In that case, you must do something to the foreground.

P.S. We love to see our stock used as a reference for traditional art as well, so feel free to do so and tell us!
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Rules and Regulations (I know, sounds scary, but they're not):

Okay, I'm not that picky, but here are the rules and they must be followed!

1. You must mention us in all of your art using our stock and give a link to our stock site.
2. Send us a comment or note of what you have done so we can look at it!
3. You must not(this means not allowed EVER) use our stock for any pornography.
4. You must ask before making prints using our stock, but you can use it outside of DeviantArt. We don't bite, just ask!
5.You must make an effort with our stock. No changing colors or just adding a new background*, fixing mistakes in the picture, that sort of thing. You are not allowed to post it to your site as your artwork if you have done so. You guys can do it, we have no doubt!

*this does not include stock that is used as a background, such as our japanese garden photos. In that case, you must do something to the foreground.

P.S. We love to see our stock used as a reference for traditional art as well, so feel free to do so and tell us about it!
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Rules and Regulations (I know, sounds scary, but they're not):

Okay, I'm not that picky, but here are the rules and they must be followed!

1. You must mention us in all of your art using our stock and give a link to our stock site.
2. Send us a comment or note of what you have done so we can look at it!
3. You must not(this means not allowed EVER) use our stock for any pornography.
4. You must ask before making prints using our stock, but you can use it outside of DeviantArt. We don't bite, just ask!
5.You must make an effort with our stock. No changing colors or just adding a new background*, fixing mistakes in the picture, that sort of thing. You are not allowed to post it to your site as your artwork if you have done so. You guys can do it, we have no doubt!

*this does not include stock that is used as a background, such as our japanese garden photos. In that case, you must do something to the foreground.

P.S. We love to see our stock used as a reference for traditional art as well, so feel free to do so and tell us about it!
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