Devious Journal EntryBorrowed from :iconakctb11:More Like This
Comment and I'll...
1. Tell you something I learned about you by looking at your DA page for 13 seconds.
2. Tell you a color you remind me of.
3. Tell you Element I think you belong to e.g. water, fire, air etc.
4. Tell you what comic, manga/anime, or video game character you remind me of.
5. Ask you a question, and you must answer.
6. Tell you something I like about you.
7. Give you a nickname.
8. Tell you the object that is to the left of me.
9. Tell you what food/ flavor/ smell you remind me of.
10. Tell you to do one in your journal too.
I recently learned that my mom doesn't like Mr. Brightside. When I asked her why, she started talking about prostitution. I understand her ground, but the 1890s, Moulin Rouge, Toulouse-Lautrec, and the Can-Can hold a weird special place in my heart. And the fact that Mr. Brightside is reminiscent of that, instantly made it my favourite Killers song. When my sister told me that the song came on the radio and my mom turned
BowTies are red...The Tardis is blue...More Like This
And here i am, Spending valentines day watching Doctor who.
Cute Monsters: deviantWEAR Design Challenge!More Like This
What comes to your mind when you think of monsters? Scary, threatening, ugly? Forget all your preconceived notions, and think… cute! In our latest deviantWEAR Design Challenge, we’re asking you to create an amazing t-shirt that features a monster of your own original design that’s quirky, cute, and all-around lovable. Unleash your beast – the cute version!
Participation is easy!
You come up with potential designs for our deviantWEAR t-shirts.
Deviants vote on their favorite designs.
Judges choose 3 winning designs: 2 designs based on the highest-voted submissions and 1 design from ALL of the Entries to the Challenge.
Artists of the winning submissions get cash and their designs printed on t-shirts for all to see!
This time around, we're challenging you to design a Cute Monster t-shirt that represents the essence of "cute." Think of a design that is endearing, d
Random Feature - February 2012Definitely time for another Random Feature!More Like This
We've had some really great submissions and some really interesting new members. The group is still growing, so pass the word around - it's better to join a small friendly group where it's much easier to make an impression!
Anyway here are our featured submissions for this time - as usual, one from each folder. I must tell you guys how much I enjoyed going through the gallery choosing these!
My Traditional Values: Part 3!What is "My Traditional Values"?More Like This
"My Traditional Values" is an interactive feature backed by communityrelations & Traditionalists that hopes to bring Traditional Art to the forefront of the community. This feature will provide the perfect opportunity for deviants of all galleries to show appreciation for the traditionalists among us. You may or may not tag others to participate in these features; it is not required. All that we ask is that you help us in further bringing to light the masterworks of talented traditionalists.
How to participate:
Simply create a journal titled "My Traditional Values" and choose one of the following to feature...
- A traditional artist you value,
- Or a traditional medium, like watercolor, charcoal, etc.,
- Or a theme you value. This can be anything. The sky is the limit.
Be sure to use the hashtag: #MyTraditionalValues
[You can apply "tags" to journals through the "submission"
Exhibit!I have News!!More Like This
I recently entered and was selected for my first assemblage exhibit.
"During the early part of the twentieth century, modern artists were
using collage and assemblage as a means of getting from point to
the next, in an effort to break free from academic constraints.
Today, as humanity strives to navigate through the perils and uncertainty
of the twenty-first century, collage and assemblage have become
the most widely used stimuli for creative expression.
Fragments: the Art of Collage and Assemblage
celebrates the artistic achievements of ninety-five inspiring artists.
The exhibition represents diverse approaches, and responses,
to the innovations of collage and assemblage."