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Why join Ellastria? If you want to build and show your creativity, joining is the thing to do! The greatest help to your own creativity is to be part of a creative community; sharing and learning and growing with it. Let your originality and uniqueness on show with your own stories and creations, and enjoy the shows put on by others!
Unlike many groups, we do not exist to simply act like a 'faves' gallery and re-feed you the artwork of already over-exposed artists. We accept work from normal authors and artists who still have room for improvement. All members have equal footing, and equal fun! So stick around! We'll soon be running club activities, competitions, and anything else cooky and entertaining our brains can rack up!
How to join
Just click the 'Join our Group' at the top and you'll be automatically accepted into the group. No waiting for approval!
How to submit
Go to Gallery and click the + on the gallery you'd like to submit art into. Make sure you've chosen the correct gallery. If you're unsure, please send us a note. It should be simple enough though. Any original character art is welcome, If you spent time on it, and you're damn proud of it, submit it!
Original Characters (including Fan-Characters) shared through Art, Comics and Literature are all accepted. Please read through the below Rules, Guidelines and Definitions before you submit. When you submit, your deviation will be checked by a mod after a few hours for sufficient quality and to see if it obeys the group rules and guidelines.
Submission Rules and Guidelines:
You must be a member to submit deviations.
All submissions must be solely original characters.
See *Definition of an Original Character.
All submissions must focus around original characters.
Original worlds and scenery on their own are not accepted.
Members are currently limited to 3 submissions per week.
This is to allow equal exposure at all times for all members
Keep to dA's rules.
Plagiarism (tracing, copying, art or character theft(without permission)) is not allowed. Likewise, explicit material will not be tolerated. If something is mature (on dA that equates to PG-13) your deviation must be marked as such.
Submissions must not simply be links to other sites.
Deviantwatch this club.
This is so you can keep entirely up to date with club activities and to enjoy other members' works.
Try to submit your best work!
Who doesn't want to show their best side to the world? You won't gain anything from posting pointless scraps; so post your best works!
Try to submit to the correct gallery.
See **Gallery Definitions. If the deviation is in the wrong gallery, we will have to decline it, but you can resubmit to the correct gallery.
*Definition of an Original Character:
An original character must be a defined individual as opposed to a stereotype or stock character (regardless of species or lifeform). Said original character must also be part of some sort of story, even if that story is very basic or a work in process, even if you do not share the story.
We accept any of the original characters that you yourself have produced, or any unpublished ones that you have special permission to work with. This extends to original characters created for pre-existing worlds; you can show them, but don't show them interacting with non-original characters. Including a non-original character would class your deviation as a fan-work, which we can not permit. This applies to writing as well, it would be classified as fan fiction, and not allowed.
Original Characters: An Art Gallery for finished art of entirely original characters.
Original Characters linearts and Sketches: An Art Gallery for unfinished and basic art of entirely original characters.
Original comics: A comic gallery (manga is also permitted) for comics focusing on entirely original characters.
Original Literature: A gallery for all manner of literature pertaining to original characters. This literature encompasses both poetry and prose.
Collaborations: Any work that focuses on fully original works created by more than one person. Placement in this gallery overides placement in any of the above galleries.
OC's from pre-existing worlds: Any work that focuses on fan-characters. Placement in this gallery overides placement in any of the above galleries.
Featured: The Featured gallery acts as a showcase for your absolute best work. You may upload only 1 deviation a week to this gallery yourself. Group Moderators may add your works to this too, if they feel something you have submitted to another folder is particulaly impressive. Deviations may be added to this gallery -in addition- to any of the above galleries.
Why was my submission rejected?
Reason 1: The most likely reason is that you submitted it into the wrong gallery. The most common mistake is to mis-submit work that belongs in the 'linearts and sketches' folder.
Reason 2: Your work was very close to a classroom doodle (lined, classroom paper does not help) If it's not your best work, why submit it?
Reason 3: Your submission was just a preview image with a link. We simply can not guarantee that the link is, or will remain an excact duplicate of your work and not something more sinister, so this is dissallowed.
What is the difference between a lineart or a sketch, and a finished pencil work or inked image?
A lineart and a sketch generally represents something that is half-finished, or just the base to a more complete image. Pencil work and inking on the other hand maintains a higher finish and generally includes techniques such as blocking, hatching and gradients. If your submission does not make use of any of those techniques, chances are it is a sketch or lineart.
Have a folder option idea or a group activity? Feel free to note the club!