Holiday Card Project 2013More Like This
It's back! With the goal of bringing a little cheer to patients in the hospital during the holiday season, the deviantART Holiday Card Project connects deviants from around the world and applies their tremendous artistic abilities in designing and creating uplifting holiday cards.
In past years, the Project has received more than 5,000 cards sent in by more than 1,000 deviants from 50 different countries/political regions. Cards were then divvied up and distributed in-person by deviantART members to local Los Angeles hospitals, with additional cards given to various hospitals in the U.S. and abroad for hospital staff members to hand out to patients.
The idea behind the Holiday Card Project is simple: do something nice for others. However, if you're looking for even more incentive, every deviant who submits a card will be given a free one-month Premium Membership to deviantA
New Rules for Our Next ExchangesWe will be introducing some new rules for our Exchanges!More Like This
1. Entries must be lined and colored.
- No sketches by themselves without color, no lineart without the colors. Sketches may be included on top of a lined and colored entry, but they won't be accepted alone. This applies for traditional and digital.
- Sketchy styles are absolutely fine as well as cleaned up sketchy lineart, the entry doesn't have to have an inked look as long as it's clean enough.
- If you are making a traditional art entry, please draw your design on any kind of blank paper, lined paper will not be allowed.
2. From now on you will be required to answer the following two questions and post them in your finished entry's description. Be sure to keep the prompt you were given in mind when answering them.
1 - What parts of your prompt were written well and easy to understand? Was there anything the writer of the prompt could improve on or include next time they create a prompt?
2 - Please
Cinnadog Art Raffle!EDIT 1: Hey for anyone who is wanting an extra entries into the raffle here are a few simple things you can do...More Like This
1.) Post a comment below with a picture of the cinnadog you would have KingSawyer draw ultra fluffified (+1 extra entries)
2.) Comment on the journal with the name of the cinnadog you would want KingSawyer to draw over-fluffed (+1 extra entries)
3.) Share the story of how you got your newest, favorite, or first cinnadog; has to be at least three sentences long. (+2 extra entries)
4.) Explain how you found out about cinnadogs and why you love them so much; has to be at least three sentences long (+2 extra entries)
5.) Comment on the journal a little about your cinnadogs history or personality (+2 extra entries)
You can earn a maximum of 3 extra entries. It would be prefered if you could put all your extra entry attempts into the same comment
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TWG Assignment: Patroling and Social BlundersA yawn slipped from Aspennose's throat as he felt a paw prod at his flank followed by a sharp, "Get up!"More Like This
The tom opened one copper eye to glance at a familiar solid black she-cat glaring down at him.
"Reflectedsky? What is it?" He mumbled, his voice groggy and muffled by his fur and a little bit of his nest.
"You're gonna be late for our patrol!" Her voice echoed sharply through his ears again and Aspennose's eyes snapped open.
Patrol! I almost forgot! The heavy-set brown and white tom launched himself to his paws, wobbling slightly as he almost tipped over.
"Sorry, Reflectedsky! I really am!" He wheezed as he scrambled out of the den after the irritated ebony pelted warrior. Reflectedsky twitched her tail simply, letting out a soft grumble, "Just don't sleep in like that again."
Aspennose flicked back his ears awkwardly before he glanced at the ginger and yellow she-cat and black tuxedo tom waiting for them.
"Finally up?" Hiddenspirit commented; Aspennose gave an awkward chuckl
The Coffee BoyThis is story told in reverse: it starts with the end, and ends with once upon a time.More Like This
There once was a boy- his name was Sora - and there once was a girl - her name was Kairi. Sora loved Kairi, and Kairi loved Sora.
While they spent almost every moment of their life together, not once had they admitted to loving each other. Despite their love being unspoken of, and despite them not knowing it, their bond was truly an eternal one.
Had it not been for human mortality, they would have been together forever.
It happened unexpectedly, as most tragedies often do. The driver of the taxi swerved past a car caught in the wrong lane. Tires squealed against the street, and the two passengers sitting in the back, Sora and Kairi, held onto the backs of the car seats in front of them for dear life.
It happened fast. Faster than the mind could register. One moment, the car was on the road as it normally should have been. The next moment