Hello, welcome to CoC! This is a group for creatures of fantasy origin, whether they be based on birds, wolves, felines, dragons, insects, or even aliens!
This group aims to bring together artists from all artistic groups and backgrounds and bring them all together in an interactive community, in order for us all to improve our art in many ways, and meet fun and amazing people, all at the same time.
In this group we strive for interaction, and so we will hopefully be holding
many great raffles, auctions, and contests in the future, in order to get everyone working together!
Quality Control is something that we do practice and enforce within our group. If your piece of art has been denied, we are more than happy to give you an explanation of why, and even give out some pointers or tips if you'd like them! All you have to do is ask one of our staff, or leave us a comment on the Deviation Submission Process.
Please submit to the correct folders If you are unsure, please see the FAQ page, or feel free to ask us.
NO submitting your own art to the Featured Folder, please.
You are allowed to submit one deviation per FOLDER, per DAY
NO unfinished artwork is allowed.
Anything involving sexual content or themes will be denied.
NO literature or journals will be accepted at all.
NO OPEN adoptables or auctions, this inclues YCHes and PTUs, will be accepted, the CoC Sales Folder in our gallery is strictly for staff contributed artwork to be used for raffles and auctions. Closed adopts, auctions and finished YCH images can be sent, as long as they follow the group rules
NO photo manipulations will be accepted.
NO fanart. Any creatures/characters that are owned by a company/corperation will not be allowed in the group. Examples of these are Pokemon, Digimon, My Little Pony, etc. This includes fan characters.
We do NOT accept furry art! We do however allow humanoid and anthro-like creatures, as long as the anthro creature is more feral/wild in appearance, with little clothing.
We DO NOT accept humans on their own. In a picture, they must not be the focus of the image.