Inside a pig lies a turkeyHe's there, sitting in the kitchen in front of the oven - as always - a napkin around his neck, cutlery in each hand, watching the silent ballet of his wife, rhythmic as the tic-tac of the clock and the rain falling on the roof.
Suddenly the big hand joins the little one, and the strokes begin to ring throughout the kitchen. As soon as the woman hears, she stops dancing. The man tightens his hands around the cutlery and his face tenses as she opens the oven. An enormous meat dish appears and lands on the table; inside lies a giant roasted suckling pig surrounded by crispy potatoes.
He plunges the knife into the flesh, furiously cuts up a big slice and shoves it into his gaping mouth. His jaws open and close loudly over the massive slab, dropping some pieces on his swollen feet; his throat gulps down the half mashed food, shaking his flabby body.
Big Fat Turkey, that's what people call him.
It has not always been like this. When he was young and thin as a
Valentine's Day Art Challenge!Valentine's day is just a couple weeks away, and to celebrate that GetWatchers is hosting another art challenge around the theme of love!
Your art must be new - submitted after the 31st of January.
Your art may be of any medium you choose (literature, photography, digital, etc etc)
In the description of your deviation, you must write: "This is my submission to the GetWatchers Valentine's Day Art Challenge."
Your entry should be inspired somehow by Valentine's Day (Love, loneliness, hope, relationships, soulmates, loss, happiness)
Please link us to your entry by leaving a comment on this journal.
The winners will receive:
1st place: 3month Premium Membership on DeviantART, or the equivalent amount of points 636 .
2nd place: 200
3rd place: 200
15th of February, 00:01 PST.
This is a quick art challenge that we want you guys to have fun with. We will be taking into account the short deadline, while judging all entries.
Suggestion to dA - Collaborative Journals Update 2:
danlev has opened a discussion asking everybody about their opinion on how to practically implement collaborative deviations!
Please give your feedback to him, this is what we were hoping for!
:iconflyingheartsplz: UPDATE 1: :iconflyingheartsplz:
Heidi announced that there are working to implement several ideas! Collaborative Deviations are on the list!
We have feedback from the staff that this is not as easy to implement as it might look... But they listened to us and they are doing their best!
What we need to do now is to patiently wait and give the dA team our love and support!