The contest is now officially CLOSED.
I'm utterly surprised I received so many entries. I certainly didn't expect that.
Because of the great number of entries it's gonna take me a while to do the judging (I'm expecting up to 2 weeks, considering real life is quite busy too atm).
Please stay patient with me and keep watching my journal updates!
Heya Deviants! The challenges are back!!!!
As a follow-up of the speedpainting challenge and face-variety challenge I did last year, I want to organize new challenges in 2016 for people to take part in.
The general idea of a challenge is not that it's like a contest. Yes, you make art and there are prizes, but the main goal of a challenge is your own improvement. The idea of a chal
Anybody Can Write a Novel Version 2.0
Chapter 4 “Preparing Your Plot” – Section 1 “The Outline”
“Plot is what happens in your story. Every story needs structure, just as every body needs a skeleton. It is how you 'flesh out and clothe' your structure that makes each story unique.”
Of all of the topics to discuss in writing a novel, none of them inspire quite so much ire as that of outlining your story. As artists, we sometimes want to believe in the concept of absolute freedom from form and convention, and that our achievements come from personal brilliance, total creativity, and ingenuity. However, when we consider how visual artists are critiqued when audience-appreciation for their piece is diminished by a lack of shading, poor color selection, bad perspective, or any