Introducing the DeviantArt Stylus IRLMore Like This
For nearly 15 years, DeviantArt has been at the forefront of digital art creation, a cutting-edge icon in the high-tech art world. As part of our continuous goal to combine the best in art and technology, DeviantArt has created an innovative tool—the DeviantArt Stylus IRL—that brings the sophistication of digital art into the real world.
A legacy of Innovation
For nearly 15 years, DeviantArt has been at the forefront of digital art creation, a cutting-edge icon in the high-tech art world. As part of our continuous goal to combine the best in art and technology, DeviantArt has created an innovative tool that brings the sophistication of digital art into the real world.
Using the innovative, patent
Drumfish Productions Art Contest - Deadline Soon!!Commissions | Drumfish Productions | Facebook| My TwitterMore Like This
WE HAVE A FEW WEEKS LEFT TO GET YOUR PIECES IN FOR THE CONTEST!!! Pull out your pencils, pens, paper, paints and tablets and make some amazing art!! We have some great prizes!!!
We at :iconDRUMFISHPRODUCTIONS: have been very very busy working on new projects and finishing up on others. On top of that, we are holding our 5th Art Contest. Many of the people working on our current Anthology have taken part in the contests.
So many talented artists have contributed and it’s been great to see them work with us later on different projects or go on to work on other independent books!
I can’t wait to see what the results are this time!
The rules are simple and the same as be
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"Caaareful," the eccentric man protested as his prized possession trembled for the umpteenth time. He held out his hands as if hoping to catch it, but in reality it could probably crush him. The skinny stranger moved as if he hadn't quite grown into his limbs, waltzing about in a tweed jacket, navy trousers and a bright bow-tie. And to hinder his physical talents even further, his unruly brown hair dangled completely in front of his eyes in one fell swoop.
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