COMMISSION OPENHey guys It's been a while since I worked and studied so hard and not doing comisisons Now i'm back in trainings, and ready for a new wave , since i've been totally a freelancer artist now , so I hope you guys will support me XDMore Like This
Welcome to the journal of the main commission. The information still in updates, be sure to check this page again and read the details carefully once you made up your mind to commission with me.
These are the services that I give to you, other than this may negotiate first.
☼ Your Original Characters
☼ Fanarts (in Manga, Comic, cattoon. movies, everything... )
☼ Your character in game (WoW, DOTA , Warcraft ,Aion...)
☼ Mature content
☼ ADUFF STUFF ( RECOMENDED)- Ireally want to do some more kind of these stuff LOL
(?) (I don't mind whatever it is, include hentai, yuri & yaoi, as long as still fits on me, however Adult content might not be upload in DA)
Useful Media Terminology!If you are taking Animation, Film Studies, Media Studies or anything else to do with production (even comics!) then this could be helpful to you!!More Like This
180 Degree Rule
This is basically an imaginary line that the camera cannot cross when filming a conversation (action etc) between two characters in a scene.
The cameras can shoot anywhere on one side of the action line. This is so that the characters don’t appear “in reverse” and confuse the audience.
Two characters (or objects) within a scene should always have the same left-right relationship with one another.There should be an imaginary line connecting the two subjects.You can place the camera anywhere on one side of the line but you can never cross the axis.This rule can only be broken if the camera moves while filming; giving the audience a sense of direction.
This is when the cuts from one shot to another matches the first shots action.
So you want to do requests?A basic guide to taking and making requestsMore Like This
Just like when taking commissions, requests also require a bit if organizing. And I hope that in this article I'll be able to help answer a couple of questions regarding requests.
Previous article: "So you want to do commissions?"
If you find the article informative, please it.
First things first
If you're reading this article, you're probably thinking of opening up requests. Whether it is to improve your art, or to have some samples ready to move on to commissions: various people take requests for various reasons. Just take a gander through the Projects-forum and you'll see just how many there are.
Just like with commissions, it's important you decide what you'll be taking requests for. And whatever your choice or reason, be prepared for a lot of people to find their way to your page
So you want to do commissions?A basic guide to setting up commissionsMore Like This
When it comes to commissioning, there is so much that needs to be decided, arranged and thought of that it can all appear a bit daunting at first.
However: when following a couple of basic guidelines, setting up commissions really is not as hard as you think!
If you find the article informative, please it.
First things first
So you have decided you want to start doing commissions. That's great!
The first thing to do is to determine what you want to offer.
Do you want to offer drawings, or designs?
Will you be coding journal-skins for people, or will you be pixeling?
Take a look through your gallery and try to determine what you do best and what you like to do the most.
Because that will most likely be what you'll be offering.
Stick to what you're good at.
Don't promise what you can't deliver when someone is paying you for it.
Now that you've mo
Inspiration: Art websitesMany people asked me about which sites I use (or used) to learn and keep myself updated about art. So I decided to make a list with art websites that offer tutorials, advice, or other content that inspired me. Of course there are many other individual artists that inspire me greatly, but I've tried to keep this list to the ones that provide the community of advice and tutorials (otherwise I could go on forever).More Like This
I hope you enjoy it ^__^
A large collection of video tutorials, mainly on human anatomy. Very detailed, to the point, and with visuals that make it easy to follow even for non-native English speakers.
Tutorials. Human anatomy. Traditional art.
Basically your starting point for digital painting. The dig
Site Update: Runaway LlamasMore Like This
In our continuous effort to improve the DeviantArt experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.
The Runaway Llama Badge
Late last week, two llamas captured the eyes of the world for a few hours, as they were on the run in Sun Valley, Arizona. To celebrate their fleeting freedom, and for the devious fun of it all, an additional level has been added to the already existing llama badge.
Hoax Involving Deleting Accounts
Recently there has been a surge in Journals being posted or shared that say that DeviantArt will be deleting
Taking your art to the next level in 2015!I am taking my art to the next level in 2015, who's with me?More Like This
I want to fall in love with art all over again. Going through the painful process of growth as the art-bones stretch and your creativity get's set loose after wondering if you had any creativity at all!
2015 marks a new year and a new start, make the most of it and don't start it unprepared!
Here follows a list of things I'd like to do in 2015. You could call it a bucket-list. You can copy mine or make your own, but this might give you some ideas for yourself.
1. Going through all the fundamentals all over again.
It has been a few years that I studied any fundamentals and they seem to be lost somewhere in a dusty corner of my brain. I will buy: Books, video's, classes and study it by drawing or painting the knowledge I get from this. After doing so I will discus the topics with some fellow artist friends and see if they have feedback or perhaps anything to add that I might have missed.
Here is a
Inspiration: art blogs (part 1)Dear, deviantart fellow artistsMore Like This
Here are some of my favorite art blogs that inspire me and I hope that these resources might be helpful for you too.
A fantasy art collective that brings together an all-star line-up of illustrators and designers with daily insights into the thinking behind the art of contemporary fantastic art. Great insights from spectacular artists, such as beyond creative and inspiring DanLuVisiArt .
Website - muddycolors.blogspot.com.
Here is a cool video - painting demo by Rebecca Guay on their youtube channel.
A daily weblog by Dinotopia creator