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✎ ArtistleChallenge May 2021✐

ArtistleChallenge May 2021*✧・゚: Best viewed by clicking on the journal :・゚✧* Hello and welcome to @Artistle's May 2021 Challenge!✧─── ・ 。゚★: *.✦ .* :★. ───✧The votes are in...Please join me in congratulating the winner of the April 2021 Challenge ... @wonderingwellow ,She has won 500 and 500 fragments from @communityrelations! And here are the adorable entries by our other participants ,Thank you for your participation and support! ✧─── ・ 。゚★: *.✦ .* :★. ───✧Now onward to your May 2021 challenge..., MERMAIDS Your challenge is to create a fantastic, magical mermaid using any medium of your choice. There are just a few simple things to keep in mind...RulesPlease help us spread the word by sharing this journal in a post (status/journal) or tag 2 people you think might be interested in participating. You can draw fanart of existing mermaids, or create your very own.Your work should be created specifically for this challenge, which means no work submitted before May 01, 2021. You can submit as many entries as you like.You can use any medium you like as long as all stock and resources are carefully credited in the artist's comments section of your entry.You must mention your deviation is for this challenge with a link to this journal in your artist's comments section. Submit your entry to the challenge folder and leave a link in the comments below.Dates to RememberSTARTS: May 01, 2021 PDTENDS: May 26, 2021 PDT PrizesOne winner, chosen via a group poll, will win: 500 and 500 Fragments from @communityrelations All participants will have their entries featured in @Artistle's journalAll participants will receive a feature by @lauraypablo We accept prize contributions!If you wish to offer a prize, please comment below If you have any queries/doubts, please don't hesitate to comment and ask.♡ Cover image credit: mondscheinsonate...
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✎ Artists of Artistle ✐
curated by lifethroughjournals

Artists of Artistle, Vol. 4Hi everyone! Welcome to the fourth installment of Artists of @Artistle! Every month we celebrate the wonderful members and watchers of the @Artistle community by featuring a few artists and their amazing artwork. This month we are showcasing the art of @DelightfulDolphin, @rachelblandon, @Mocarro, and @samuel-one - please join us in sending them some love!,✧ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ✧ @DelightfulDolphin ,IInniuStars and stripes for hypocrites Freedom made asscaitseailA voyage to escape To escape a voyage A voyage to✧ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ✧ @rachelblandon ,✧ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ✧ @Mocarro ,✧ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ✧ @samuel-one ,✧ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ☆ ⭒ ✧Hope you enjoyed this feature! I'm looking forward to sharing more art from our members and watchers next month! :)

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♥ ArtHeart ♥
curated by Pascua-Tanya

ArtHeart Vol. 13: Fantasy ArtHELLO EVERYONE!! Welcome to a new edition of my ArtHeart Feature!. This month's topic is: Fantasy Art! Fantasy Art is the representation of elements that do not exist in reality, such as fantastic creatures (dragons, griffins, hypogriffins, nymphs, mermaids, elves, unicorns, pegasos, chimeras, centaurs, fairies, phoenix, angels, demons, divinities, etc.) and an imaginary world to which they belong, everything our minds can dream up. It is a genre of speculative fiction (a broad category of fiction covering various themes in the context of the supernatural, futuristic and many other imaginative themes) that is often inspired by the myth and folklore of the real world. It has its origin in the oral traditions of antiquity, which later became fantasy literature and drama. Currently, Fantasy Art covers various media, such as Traditional Painting, Digital Illustration, Literature (Physical Novels, Graphic Novels, Fairy Tales, Poetry, Fan Fiction), Photography, Photomanipulation, Artisan Crafts, Cartoons and Comics, Anime and Manga, Cosplay, Cinema, Television, Video games, among others.On this occasion, I had the pleasure of interviewing @drachenmagier, an incredibly talented, imaginative and outstanding artist in Traditional Art. It combines different techniques and tools of Traditional Painting, such as watercolors, acrylics, colored pencils and markers to create beautiful fantasy illustrations that transport us to a world full of magic, dragons, unicorns, owl gryphons (hybrid owl and griffin creatures that often appear as guardians and light bearers) and other magical creatures. Below the interview, I'll also feature several amazing fantasy artworks of the community, including some of @drachenmagier's fantasy artworks! @drachenmagier, Professional Artist | Traditional ArtQ1: Hello drachenmagier, can you tell us a little about yourself?Hi, call me dra, most of my friends do just that. I was born on planet Earth, grew up on the same planet and was told a few times I'm most likely not a duck. I went to some school, learned about ducks, decided that I didn't care about being a duck, but couldn't really be sure if I'm REALLY not a duck, went to more schools.Eventually, I decided I prefer to be an artist. And here we are now. It has the positive aspect that if this art thing does not work out, I can still go back to the duck thing. Note to readers: @drachenmagier chose not to provide real information (such as her name, occupation, country where she lives, etc) about herself in this interview for personal reasons. We appreciate your understanding .Q2: Art has many meanings, one deeper than the other, depending on the person. What is the meaning of art for you?In school I was often taught about meaningful art, about symbolism, and what colours represent what political view of the artist... but I guess for me, the meaning of art, any art really, is to evoke emotion. If something created makes you feel something, anything, from happy and delighted to sad, or even angry, it did its job right: it made you feel.With that, my definition of art is rather broad. And a lot of things people don't consider worthy of their attention are still art for me. A plushie that makes children smile is just as much art as the splattered paint that makes the art critic angry.Though not to be confused with the concept of beauty. Just as beauty does not need to be artsy, art does not need to be beautiful.Q3: How and when did you start doing Fantasy Art? What was your main motivation for it?I often say as a joke that everything is better with dragons. But I guess in the end it is not a joke for me, because everything IS better with dragons, always was, from the day I heard for the first time about unicorns and giant flying lizards.In the first years of school we had those notebooks to draw in, to pass the time when ever we were done with an assignment or when we had a break. Just in general to keep us busy. I remember the teacher being a mixture of angry and surprised when I asked for a second notebook in the third week after starting school.I had filled the first one with unicorns already.While I don't remember much about drawing from before school, I'm sure it did not start there. It had been a part of me since I can remember.Q4: I see that your art shows a great variety of mythical creatures. What are your favorites to paint?I think it's when I get to mix unicorns into it. That is always my favourite. Not drawing unicorns, mind you. I'm terrible at drawing horses. But mixing it into something else. Q5: Creating a piece of art on any medium entails an amount of time, work and effort. Fantasy Art is no exception. What means and tools do you use to create magic in your art?I like to mix techniques. I realised early on that I don't have the patience for hard-to-achieve-effects with one medium, when they are easy to do with some other materials. Sure, a gradients over a sky can be done with colour pencils, it takes ages, but it's possible. Yet I prefer the shortcut with watercolours and markers for that, as example.As for the general process: once the lines are done, I tend to use watercolours for base colours and texture. Then I strengthen the contrastand colours with markers and acrylic inks, adding details with fine-liners and colour pencils. Highlights, light effects and such I paint over with acrylics towards the end. I try to keep the digital retouches at a minimum, just editing out cat hair that got caught up in the paint or erasing scanning lines.As for the materials: I love Copics. My colour pencils are mostly Farber Castell and my acrylics are Aero Colour Professional (see-through-paint for watercolour-like works) and Lascaux (opaque paint). My fineliners aremostly touch and Copic, with some GRAPHIK ones. GRAPHIK makes the best grey fineliners. Q6: Please, choose your favorite fantasy work from your gallery and tell us about it."Choose one" is always my doom.Ehm..I would say this one: ,It's old, but I got messages about it that made me realise that even something simple as paint on paper can have a drastic and positive effect on people.Q7: Do you use tutorials, guides, references, and other resources to create your fantasy pieces? If so, which ones?All of it. Though "which one" will be harder to answer, since I often just google the references and tutorials. Never drew a wolf before? "How to draw wolves". Trying to get a dragon with beak right? Let's google eagles. Drawing mountains? Google mountains. I have a whole stack of books on how to draw human bodies by Burne Hogarth and even if I'm not into drawing comics, I think I learned a lot about composition by reading "Understanding Comics" by Scott McCloud.As artist, google - or any other search engine - is your friend. Just because it's fantasy does not mean we can't learn from reality to make it more believable. Even the floating mountains and the dragon sitting on it. Q8: Which artists inside and outside of DeviantArt have inspiredyou to do Fantasy Art?I drew fantasy art WAY before dA. Does animation count? In that case, "The Last Unicorn" played a huge role. I would say every artist, who's drawings I liked, influenced the where I am now. Many artworks I saw made me want to try something or made me curious about a technique or topic I had not known anything about before.And sometimes I stared at something and a part of my brain just went "You know what? Let's get THIS good!" . That was and still is a thing I see each time I see art by Khaosdog and Hibbary. The best thing about that? Those two don't stop at getting better and better, so I can't rest if I want to catch up. Q9: What do you like the most about the Fantasy Art community?That is easy to answer: the dreamers. There are so many people with ideas, that resonate, that just make you look at the world and think "Yeah, why not?". And I like a world that is filled to the brink with ideas that exist just for fun.Q10: What advice would you give to those artists who want to dedicate themselves to Fantasy Art or are just starting out in this world?Life or art advice? I think if for both it would be "never fear to start from scratch". Try everything, see where it goes. In the absolutely worst case you still learned that this particular thing does not work for you. Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed for ArtHeart! Fantasy Art FeatureGroups & Projects Artworks,I hope you enjoyed this little trip into the Fantasy Art genre. If you like any of the artwork shown above, please go ahead and show the artists some love .And feel free to suggest any categories of art you'd like to read about in the future!Cover Image: guardian of the floating cities by @drachenmagier...
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✿ Show Your Colours ✿
curated by Pascua-Tanya

SHOW YOUR COLORS VOL. 12: RELAXING HOBBIES, Greetings my dear friends and fellow artists! Welcome to the Volume 5 of my Show Your Colors feature!! Inspired in a feature of the same name that I made for the Curated Feature - Contest by @projecteducate, this new initiative consists of promoting colorful artworks that reflect positive themes such as love, friendship, hope, care, and protection of nature and our planet, fidelity and more. Monthly will be published a volume featuring a maximum of 10-20 artworks selected by me from any category (Traditional, Digital, Fan Art, Anime / Manga, Photography, Photomanipulation, and more) according to the theme selected for the occasion (or a mix of several themes) and some of these editions also will include a morality message related to the same. Popular and little-known artists can get more visibility of their art and learn about the topics discussed. That is to say, it is not only of exhibiting color as a carrier of expression, affectivity, symbolism, and multiple languages that the artist uses to express his inner feelings, emotions, and desires without words, using mainly his sensitivity, boldness, and all the resources that his environment offers to create. Beyond that, the true intention of this project is to raise awareness about those things that are vitally important for having a healthy and happy life without harmful vices or the typical social prejudices. We must learn to live in harmony with others and provide support to people who need it in a very difficult time. Without more to say, enjoy! TODAY'S THEME IS: RELAXING HOBBIES ,WHAT IS A HOBBY?According to Wikipedia.org, a hobby is a regular activity that is done to enjoy, usually during free time, not in a professional or paid way. Hobbies include collecting themed items and objects, participating in creative and artistic activities, playing sports, or seeking other diversions. Participation in hobbies encourages the acquisition of substantial skills and knowledge in that area. Hobbies tend to follow trends in society, for example collecting stamps was popular during the 19th and 20th centuries, since postal systems were the main means of communication, while video games are more popular today thanks to technological advances, which have allowed workers to have more free time to devote to their hobbies.People who practice one or more hobbies are known as Amateurs or Hobbyists. For example, in DA there are many artists who are professionally dedicated to one or more artistic branches, such as Traditional Art (Drawing and Painting in watercolors, oils, acrylics, etc.), Digital Art (Illustrations, Wallpapers), Handicrafts (Jewelry, Embroidery, Ceramics, Clothing, Stuffed Animals, Dolls, Personalized Toys, etc), Manga and Anime, Comics, Cosplay, Game Art, Literature (Stories, Poetry), Photography (APN, Abstract and Surreal, Architecture, Commercial, Conceptual, Macro, Street, etc) and much more, selling their pieces as prints, commissions or premium content at a good price to earn a living.,But there are also many non-professional, amateur and self-taught artists (beginners or intermediate level) like me who practice art only as a hobby, without any prior academic training (we have learned on our own with time, practice and seeking inspiration from other artists), to talk about our favorite topics, express what we feel and think, share life experiences, transmit positive and reflective messages to our viewers with the purpose of educating, meeting people with similar interests, making friends and growing as people. People have hobbies that match their tastes, interests, and what's hot today. Therefore, there are many different types of hobbies to choose from, such as: singing, dancing, playing music, acting, drawing, painting, cooking, collecting objects (art, stamps, coins, books, comics, toys, etc.), scale modeling, 3D printing, gardening, canoeing, climbing, hiking, fishing, caving, target shooting, wildlife viewing, water sports (swimming, surfing, skiing, water polo, diving, etc.) and snow (skiing alpine, freestyle skiing, figure skating, sledding, snowboarding, snowmobiling, etc.), woodworking, volunteering, juggling, magic, reasoning games (puzzles, crosswords, word search, sudoku, riddles, etc), photomanipulation, creating videos for YouTube (videos about art, history, cooking, música, novelas, videojuegos y otros temas), reading books (physical, electronic), playing video games, writing a blog and much more.Wikipedia: List of Hobbies Unique list of types of hobbies - How to find a new hobby? Also, a person's hobby is not always related to their profession (people whose hobbies were not their vocation or profession), but what you are really passionate about can become your profession in the future, if you want and consider that you are ready for that. Many professional artists at DeviantArt started out as students and amateurs. You decide whether to turn your art into a profession and earn money through it, or to continue creating as a hobbyist to further improve your artistic skills. As long as it's something you love, no problem. BENEFITS OF HAVING A HOBBY,Some people believe that hobbies are non-productive activities, just for children and a waste of time, but this is not true. During the last decades, many researchers, scientists and psychologists have very extensive studies on hobbies and their effect on people's lives, showing that they are a fundamental part of the integral development of children and have very important benefits in our physical, mental and emotional wellness.For many people, hobbies are an opportunity to unwind, relax, distract themselves, and find a relief from the stress they experience during their daily activities (work, school, etc.); to forget about your problems for a while, or to combat depression and anxiety in a more effective way.,@wolfwoofa tells us through her illustration Artist Avatar (Team Hidden Strengths) (See above, as the heading and first artwork of this article) that her Team hidden strengths (made up of her dog Storm and his cat Eiko Tiger, rescued pets), cultures such as American Indian art, Aboriginal dream time art, game design art such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, among other things, inspire her to create art and help her cope with depression and improve her mood with good results. So, these are some of the most important benefits that hobbies have for children and adults:They help improve your physical, mental and emotional health: Hobbies not only allow us to take a break from everyday activities and our problems, they also help us more effectively manage and reduce the stress, anxiety and depression that come with them (as I mentioned before), improving your physical health and mood. Thus, hobbies such as gardening, painting, knitting, puzzles, yoga and others require a lot of concentration, which allows you to remove negative thoughts from your mind to have your full attention on them, relax and have fun.Hobbies such as exercising, sports (swimming, rowing, volleyball, tennis, cycling, basketball, soccer, etc.), yoga and any other physical activity allow us to stay in shape, preventing cardiovascular diseases: Among the benefits of practicing sports we find that they combat the excess weight, reduce blood pressure, help us control sugar levels on blood, strengthen our bones and joints, increase our strength and muscle mass, reduce stress (as well as anxiety and depression) and produce well-being. 10 Great Benefits of Playing SportStrengthen your skills and social relationships: There are many hobbies you can do in the company of other people, especially with your friends, such as getting together to watch a movie marathon on television, going for a walk, playing sports, playing video games, going to clubs reading, volunteering, etc. They give you the opportunity to improve your social skills, meet people who share similar interests to yours, make friends, strengthen relationships with your loved ones and have a good time with them.They offer new challenges and experiences: We usually like to do things that we are familiar with and this is good. But having a hobby also offers us the opportunity to learn something new, engage in new challenges, and step out of our comfort zone. It does not matter if you are not good at one activity at first, that is normal, but with practice you will gain skill and you may have found something else that you like.They allow you to cultivate discipline to have good behavior, follow rules and keep your daily life in order, preventing you from falling into bad habits, such as drinking alcohol, smoking, using drugs, etc.They help you develop creativity: Art activities are an excellent way to stimulate your imagination and increase your creativity, allowing you to produce original works. But what happens when you no longer have new ideas? Artists and writers can suffer from creative block from time to time, which can be really frustrating, but there are ways to combat it. Doing other activities such as reading a book, going to the movies, listening music, researching, going for a walk, observing nature, exercising yoga, meditating, and even looking at the work of other artists/writers can help you gain inspiration and continue creating art. They allow you to know your strengths and weaknesses, and how to take advantage of them to be successful in your life. That is, they help you discover those things in which you are good, but also where you tend to fail. Making mistakes from time to time is not bad, they help you improve your skills in the activities you do and grow as a person.MORE INFORMATION: 22 Benefits of Having a Hobby or Enjoying a Leisure Activity The Importance of Hobbies for Stress ReliefThe 10 Benefits of Hobbies10 Benefits Of Hobbies For Your Child THE MOST RELAXING HOBBIES,Now we will see what are some of the most relaxing hobbies, providing a brief description of each of them and their individual benefits:Drawing/Painting: It offers us thousands of possibilities to represent our favorite subjects in a very creative way, playing with shapes, colors, textures, the visual perspective of the elements of the image and more through the use of all kinds of tools, techniques. . and resources according to the chosen medium (traditional or digital). In addition, it is a good way to relax after having been in a stressful situation, express what we feel about it and better control our emotions. As you draw and paint, the tension gradually subsides, until you feel more relieved, calm, and with a better disposition to deal with your problems.Knitting: It is a technique that consists of manipulating the thread to create a textile or fabric that is used in many types of garments. Knitting may be done by hand or by machine. It is a very relaxing activity that helps us prevent and manage stress, anxiety and depression, strengthening our immune system; lowers blood pressure; It prevents illnesses; it causes the body to produce hormones like serotonin and dopamine that make you feel good, and it helps us to socialize and interact with other people because it is an activity that can be done with friends.,Cooking/Baking: Preparing your own food at home gives you the opportunity to control what you eat, learn about the most nutritious foods (in vitamins, proteins, minerals, etc.) and develop better eating habits, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Cooking is also very relaxing because it relieves stress, decreases anxiety and depression, increases self-esteem and you can invite your family, friends and other loved ones to prepare a special meal together to bond with them more. Gardening: It consists of growing flowers, vegetables or fruit trees in open or closed spaces, either for aesthetic reasons, for taste or food. This is a safe way to get fresh and healthier food for your family, considering that most agricultural products are altered with chemicals. But, on top of that, outdoor gardening allows you to sunbathe, breathe fresh air, and relax with the beautiful sounds of nature (if you live somewhere secluded from the city and its hustle and bustle) while tending your garden.Yoga: It is a set of physical, mental and spiritual practices (asanas, breathing, meditation) of Hindu origin that are carried out with the aim of strengthening the body, mind and spirit, achieving a balance between them. The most important benefits of practicing Yoga include improving the strength, balance and flexibility of your body; relieve back pain, prevent heart disease, relax you to sleep better and all of the above.Reading and writing: Reading a book can be very entertaining if it is a subject that you are passionate about, such as adventure stories, action or fantasy (I love Harry Potter). It disconnects you from the real world for a while, delving into the world of the story each time you read more and entertaining yourself with the actions of the characters. It's one of the things that relaxes me the most, besides drawing and painting. But also very entertaining and satisfying to write your own stories, a Fan Fic or about what you feel if you are too shy to speak in public.Playing Music: Who Doesn't Love Music? Playing an instrument, writing songs, singing or simply listening to your favorite music is a great help to manage stress and obtain emotional well-being. Also, writing your own songs allows you to tell a story, express your feelings (you can dedicate it to a special person) or talk about anything else you like.Playing Video Games: Believe it or not, playing video games is also a very healthy hobby and it doesn't mean you're wasting your time. According to the Exploringyourmind site, video games help develop concentration, selective attention, visual and spatial perception skills, reasoning and analysis skills to make decisions, etc.Puzzles: putting together a puzzle (or doing crosswords, looking for words and differences, solving riddles, etc.) allows you to increase concentration, exercise memory, develop patience, solve everyday problems, think logically, and generally be in good health mental; keeping our brain active to prevent cognitive decline.MORE INFORMATION: 23 Calming Hobbies to Restore Your EnergyTop 10 Benefits of Yoga for EveryoneDifferent Types Of Yoga Asanas And Their BenefitsThe Psychological Benefits of Video Games7 Healthy Pastimes for Improved Well-Being------------------------------------------------- I HOPE THAT YOU HAVE ENJOYED THIS FANTASTIC ART EXHIBITION THAT I HAVE BROUGHT FOR EVERYONE TODAY AND THAT YOU HAVE LEARNED A LOT OF HOBBIES FOR RELAXATION. THANK YOU TO @lifethroughjournals AND @wolfwoofa FOR THEIR SUGGESTIONS. AND TO @lifethroughjournals FOR SUGGEST THIS THEME. The next issue of Show Your Colors will be published on May 15th and the theme is NEW BEGINNINGS/LOOKING FOWARD.I will be happy to receive your art suggestions! ----------------------------------------- Would you like that your art to be exhibited in the next issue? Do not hesitate and send me a note with the following: Three artworks maximum. They can be yours, of a friend or other artists who in your opinion deserve this recognition.Two lines as to why the submitted artworks should be displayed.A brief message of morality that you would like to share with the community and that will accompany your artworks (Optional).TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT... You must make your suggestions based on the selected topic and the moral message must also be in line with the same. Only colorful artworks. No Adult Content (18+), Pornography, Hentai, Gore, Violence, Hate, Fetishes and controversial political and religious opinions. All artworks must not be more than 2 years old, in order to access to the latest and give exposure to popular and little-known artists. Due to the limited number of works that will be exhibited in each issue, I will only choose one work per artist of your suggestions. Be sure to choose only the best works from your own gallery or from someone else. Sketches, WIPs and poor quality artworks will not be accepted. Each artwork will only be shown once to prevent it from being repeated in another issue and give opportunities to other artists. To know what works have already been featured in this space, I invite you to visit my Show Your Colors: Featured Art folder in my Favourites section. Previous editions Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Vol. 3 Vol. 4 Vol. 5 Vol. 6 Vol. 7 Vol. 8 Vol. 9 Vol. 10 Vol. 11Cover Image Artist Avatar (Team Hidden Strengths) @wolfwoofa #hobbies #relaxation #artfeature #artistle #news...
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✷ HiddenSparks ✷
curated by AlexanderPaupoff

HiddenSparks April21There are many artists I come across through the groups I follow and through the time I spend browsing DA that I feel deserve so much more This feature series will be my way of sharing them and some of my favourite works from their gallery with you. This month's HiddenSparks are... @hato1017dovecot ,,,✧ ━━・ 。゚✩: *.✦ .* :✩. ━━ ✧ @ninjason57 ,,,✧ ━━・ 。゚✩: *.✦ .* :✩. ━━ ✧ @fmcastro ,,,✧ ━━・ 。゚✩: *.✦ .* :✩. ━━ ✧ @SANACHEN ,,, Please feel free to show your support by the article, and visiting the featured artist's gallery. Furthermore, you can suggest their work for a DD [FAQ #18: Who selects Daily Deviations and how are they chosen?] ---Previous editions---✷ Vol. I ✷ Vol. II ✷ Vol. III ✷ Vol. IV ✷ Vol. V ✷ Vol. VI ✷ Vol. VII ✷ Vol. VIII ✷ Vol. IX ✷ Vol. X ✷ Vol. XI ✷ Vol. XII ✷ Vol. XIII ✷ Vol. XIV ✷ Vol. XV ✷ Vol. XVI ✷ Vol. XVII ✷ Vol. XVIII ✷ Vol. XIX ✷ Vol. XX ✷ Vol. XXI ✷ Vol. XXII ✷ Vol. XXIII ✷ Vol. XXIV ✷ Vol. XXV ✷ Vol. XXVI ✷ Vol. XXVII ✷ Vol. XXVIII ✷ Vol. XXIX ✷ Vol. XXX ✷ Vol. XXXI ✷ Vol. XXXII ✷ Vol. XXXIII ✷ Vol. XXXIV ✷ Vol. XXXV ✷ Vol. XXXVI ✷ Vol. XXXVII ✷ Vol. XXXVIII ✷ Vol. XXXIX ✷ Vol. XL ✷ Vol. XLI  ✷ Vol. XLII ✷  Vol. XLIII ✷ May 20 ✷ June 20 ✷ July 20✷ August 20September 20October 20November 20December20March 21#art #news #feature #journal #undiscovered #underappreciated #eclipse #hiddensparks #hidden #artistle #traditionalart #ink #pencil #anime #manga #digitalart #sanachen #fmcastro #hato1017dovecot #ninjason57♡ Cover image credit: Canva
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Noratos Featured By Owner Edited Feb 11, 2021  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I am excited to be part of this group now.
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therealcookielady Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2020  Hobbyist Digital Artist
the secret santa journal is supposed to come out today! :o 
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cvanross Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2020
Thank you for the invitation
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Aikorn Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2020  Professional General Artist
thanks for invitation ~
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