With the newly introduced DeviantArt Mobile App for Android and iOS, our goal was to bring you a better, fresher, yet familiar DeviantArt experience — providing more power to do what you want and, more importantly, create deeper connections between your friends and favorite artists. We have plenty of plans for the future — including Notes and Push Notifications, which didn’t make it into the first version — and we want to hear what you’d like to see next to help shape the future of the app.
What’s New (January 21st, 2015)
Good news for deviants who use Amazon's Kindle Fire mobile devices! The Android vers
It finally happened! DeviantArt released an official app for people like me who live on their devices.
So what is it like? Well I am currently typing this entry from it and it works seamlessly!
Yes, it will take some getting used to. But please do not confuse this with it being bad. It is just new. New and shiny and brilliant :)
There has been a lot of negativity surrounding the new image but DeviantArt is a platform for creative people who want to both look for inspiration and promote their own work. The app is perfect for this.
All I can say is, DeviantArt, thank you for caring enough about your users to offer us this experience and for
Im writing you as a result of the above free help offer
The EuropaBarbarorum team, responsible for the critically acclaimed modifications for Rome Total War and Medieval Total War II, are seeking to attract experienced 3D and 2D artists to assist us in the continuing development of our second release: EuropaBarbarorum II. For those unfamiliar with our work, our aim is to modify the award winning title Medieval Total War II, developed by the Creative Assembly team, into the most historically accurate depiction of the period 272BC-AD14 possible. We provide players with the chance to lead one of the great civilisations from this period, including the successors of Alexander the Great, the Parthian kingdom and the Roman Republic, with a campaign map which stretches from the shores of Ireland to the borders of India. In order to achieve this aim, over the years our 3D and 2D artists have produced a variety units based on evidence provided by our team of archaeologists and ancient historians, examples of some are provided below.
There is still a wide variety of units which we seek to create, including some of history’s most popular and famous warriors; from the hoplites of Sparta to the fearsome Celtic peoples of Italy who caused such problems for Rome. We are therefore looking to attract skilled volunteers who would enjoy sharing in our work.
Ideally we are looking to attract volunteers who have experience in using the following programmes: