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ProjectPorkchop is all about bringing more exposure to the many talented yet under appreciated artists going unseen on deviantART daily. The artists chosen truly deserve more attention based on low counts of favorites, comments, and watchers, added to their incredible artistic talent.



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Fire and Ice by NeverLookBackk Reminiscence by NeverLookBackk Crying Goldfish by NeverLookBackk Autumn by NeverLookBackk

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Evening aspens beam by h-i-l-e-x Not frozen yet by h-i-l-e-x The sunny morning by h-i-l-e-x The foggy morning by h-i-l-e-x

Suggested by Riemea
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Kratron by ZedEdge Foxglove-Tuffnut - Commission from Toastystroodle by ZedEdge The Reflected Land by ZedEdge ''Fare well to freedom in the Adriatic...'' by ZedEdge

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evilsyndicatemember's avatar
Aursum Werkz! :D
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Astralseed|Professional General Artist
:#1:
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:la:
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ArtByCher| Traditional Artist
Whoa! I can see a few that may be on my watch list. Going to check out some galleries right now! :sprint:
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Astralseed|Professional General Artist
That makes me very happy :heart:
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RezaBisuto|Professional General Artist
:love:
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:love:
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