Hey Y'all, Art Fight is starting on July 1st. I'mma be doin' it again.
(I did the early bird sign up for team dream)
What is Art Fight?
you can check out this little video explanation
It’s that time of year again! ArtSlam starts June 1st and ends August 31st So now’s the time to sign up and get ready!
What is ArtSlam about?
Artslam is an event that challenges artists of every skill level to pick a concept and develop it for one, two or three months. Generally speaking, if you have a character, setting or story that you would like to develop, this community encourages you to think about it every day and get some sketches down that you can later use to develop your concept more thoroughly. Think of it as an artistic NaNoWriMo, with the goal being one sketch a day.
How do I participate?
Artslam started as as L
I've been on the internet for about 22 years, and in that time I've used an absurd amount of art galleries. In light of this, I thought it might be of interest to myself and also others, that I list all these services I've used and write up a little blurb about the service and/or my experiences with it. It won't be any kind of structured review just blurbs, a little bit history, a little bit opinion piece. The sites are listed in (mostly) chronological order, ones that are still around will be linked and all sites with a ø symbol are dead. I'll be updating this page over time as I use more sites so that I can have a quick reference to ev
I’m sure you’ve heard of the problem, creators of all forms of media upset over the growing frequency of their works being re-posted. While many know this is not a polite thing to do, I feel there are many out there that still don’t quite understand why ‘free advertisement’, as some call their re-posting, has little to no value to a creator.
I think the first problem comes from the misunderstanding of advertisement and why it has value. Advertisement is a lucrative business, people pay money for others to see their works, products or what have you. This leads people to think that advertisement, thus 'exposure&#
Among many of my friends I'm known for being 'the Enabler'. This usually refers to the fact that I very easily and blatantly not only encourage but actively take part in assisting friends to pursue the most indulgent thing they want to do. (provided it's not harmful to them or others, of course) Be it personal projects, experiences, hopes, and dreams, or even just something goofy.
Many of them probably don't even know why I do it, what my motivation is, honestly, no one's ever asked or questioned it. One part is I'm genuinely enthused by what people like and enjoy, even when it's not my specific niche, and I'm pretty sure that my genuine ent