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The club is settling down into a nice pattern, so our progress reports are now going to be released every other week. We'll continue to keep you updated with everything around dA through our Community Updates journal. We'll also still release a special Month in Review article on the first day of each month.
We've tentatively scheduled our first group workshop night for 6pm GMT time on Saturday, November 28th. To see what time that is in your area, use this handy converter. The workshop should last about 2-3 hours and will focus on critiquing literature. (We'll rotate what we critique with each workshop.) More details coming in a news article very soon.
If you haven't already, check out our two contests! They're open till they reach 30 entries or to December 1st, whichever comes first. That gives you just a couple weeks to get your entries in!
Please welcome MissMorticia to the General Admin team! Between MissMorticia and RedSky-atNight our new member interviews are being posted in a much more timely manner. Thank you both so much!
In each progress report, we'll feature a new tutorial (or set of tutorials) that is especially helpful to the dA community. If you have a suggestion, be sure to leave a comment on the Feature This forum.
"The Tudor's Tutorial Part 1 & Part 2"
This comprehensive guide to writing tutorials is an absolute must read for anyone who is thinking about creating a tutorial of their own. Eilorendil gives tips and advice for writing tutorials in an easy to follow manner and presented in an eye-catching format.
Live-Love-Write has been busy this month! They announced the winners of their Create Your Own Character contest, opened a new contest with the theme "What Do You See?" and some very interesting rules, and conducted an interview with LovelessEnd.
Power-Dreamers-Group invites you to a round of photoshop tennis.
Inked-Page announced the new staff members joining their ranks, as well as posted some updates about the club's reconstruction.
ArtistsHospital is going to be taking a break for the winter holidays.
Traditional-Artists announced the winners of their seven deadly sins contest (and there's some amazing work in that announcement!) and are scheming up a new workshop feature for their club's chatroom.
DailyLitDeviations announced the winners of their Diamante Contest and opened a new Prose contest with the theme "Abuse".
ProjectComment has 5 tips for gaining and maintaining watchers.
Zanpakuto-Club has a new contest with the theme "If YOU were a Zanpakuto?"
Scribblers-Anonymous is looking for staff!
- The Critique-It Staff