A long time ago (about 24 hours), in a galaxy far, far away (down the road in Hollywood), comedian and television host Chris Hardwick introduced a segment on his late-night Comedy Central show — aptly titled midnight (https://www.deviantart.com/midnight) (get it?) — that got many of us at deviantART all aflutter.
First of all, if you love the Internets and you haven't seen midnight (https://www.deviantart.com/midnight) yet, you're missing out on some serious lulz. A few nights a week, Hardwick invites some comedian pals on the show for some Geek-Centric Improv Comedy. Sort of like a British Quiz Show brought to you by Reddit. Or "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" with slightly less dancing, but an equal amount
this seems like a really awesome challenge and i think it will help me a lot now that i'm back into drawing! everyone should try this!!
60 Pose theme
For the artists who want to do pose practices and studies.
Try to draw full body.
Try different angles on each poses.
You may include environments around the characters, but keep the main focus on the character.
Fanart/Original art either is fine.
1~50 is One character, 51~60 is with Two characters.
7. Falling on the butt.
8. Holding the head
FAN ART FRIDAY: Wocka! Wocka!
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The Muppets are celebrating their 60th birthday this year!
Jim Henson created the group of puppets back in 1955 for his first TV show, called “Sam and Friends.” Henson said the term Muppet had emerged from a combination of “marionette” and “puppet.” Henson’s wildly imagined collection of characters has been delighting children and adults with their absurd antics and comedic sketches ever since.
Muppets are not born in a day. They are carefully
I think it's better to say once and clear the things forever.
I understand that the topic of authorship is painful for all (almost all) of creators. But sometimes people can't tell plagiarism from something that isn't, moreover - accuses others for something that isn't even an adoption.
The typical case: "Pegasus and seagulls" work of my studio. It was called "blatant ripoff" (cite) of *creaturesfromel (https://www.deviantart.com/creaturesfromel) works.
With works by this author I have a long history. But I had drawn patterns long before I saw works of Ellen June, and patterns also was my chosen way in sculpturing long before that.
Guess when I painted pictures below? The first
Let's go on with the theme of plagiarism. I promised to write how I regard copying my works. The answer is: very positive. I treat this like... well, fan-art based on my creations, it's normal. If someone makes money on it - excellent, it means that the "fan-artist" is really gifted then. When someone interprets my works - it's like expanding of myself in the world. More of "me" in the Universe! What's wrong with it? Glad for it. Will I ban figurines with curves, patterns and twirls like mine? That's impossible. Can you repeat my plots? Of cause. Copy my figurines totally? With a pleasure. Sell them?
Why I'm so kind? Simple. If y
1. What is stronger: Ambition or Love?
Love all the way. Love is relentless and ambitious in its own way, and I find that beautiful. This is especially true for unconditional love.
2. Would like to be able to stop time for a short period benefit your daily life?
Probably only in the evening when I'm doing homework, so I can get it done well and still have plenty of time to relax in real time.
3. What is the highest speed (In MPH) you would be comfortable with driving at?
40, most likely. I'd get places fast, but be able to have control over the car (for the most part).
4. What is the best hairstyle and why is it Pompadours?
I guess I'll do this.
Ah, screw it, I'm doin' it.
1. I've been on deviantart since June or July of 2013, but started actually uploading in December, with a ton of pictures.
2. When I first made a username, I was Writer8, because of my love for writing, and I was eight when I made my first ever account anywhere. Then I made Author219, in order to mature my name, so to speak. Two is my favorite number, and my favorite age to look forward to is 19.
3. Loving, Creative, and Comedic.
5. Cloaked Capers
7. I would master clothes-making, so I could make my favorite styles instead of trying to fin
One of the people I watch, namely DrifterDX has been kind of low lately. Not many of his watchers comment on or look at his work as much as they did, which I think is a huge mistake. He has many great pixel recolors, has made many great designs of creatures, and (my personal favorite) has successfully created a whole world of characters with amazing designs. His stories created from such characters are very great quality for how quickly he pumped them out.
Now that his stories are finished, he has had less of a drive to keep going, thinking the stuff he puts out won't be worth the trouble.
So her's the call to action. If you're interested,
Im good. Im still going through that depression. But ive started drawing, and it gives me a vent to get all my bad feelings out. Those journals are just some quotes that I appreciate from famous people and songs. They give me...I don't know how to explain it... Like strength to keep going. You know?