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Mon Nov 5, 2018, 3:32 PM
Og by symonxDeviantArt and @otiscollege want to help you #FindYour100 with two great panels at The 100% Festival! #100percentLA #otiscollege
PanelsNavigating Social Media as an Artist1:30 PM PSTBuilding to 1002:30 PM PST
DeviantArt
joins forces with Otis College of Art and Design to inspire you to
"Find Your 100"

Otis College of Art and Design is marking its centennial with a year-long celebration and rallying cry for artists and designers everywhere to "Find Your 100." DeviantArt understands and supports the journey creatives take to achieve their "100%", which makes this a perfect partnership.

DeviantArt will be hosting two back-to-back panels on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at Otis College's 100% Festival in Los Angeles, a two-day event full of speakers, workshops, live art opportunities, and more. The panels feature prominent deviants and Otis College alumni discussing online presence management in "Navigating Social Media as an Artist" (1:30PM PDT) and their paths to success in "Building to 100" (2:30PM PDT).

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Meet the panelists below!

Want to attend in person?

We'll reserve a seat for the first 50 people who RSVP to the panels in the comments! 100% Festival is free and open to the public -- all workshops and panels are seated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Catch the panels live, back-to-back, starting at 1:30PM PDT on November 10, 2018!

Panel HostJustin Maller
ekud

Justin Maller is an Australian digital artist. Residing in Los Angeles, he has produced illustrations and strategy for brands all around the world over the last 15 years. Known for his work on the Facets and Depthcore Collective projects, Justin recently made the leap from long-time DeviantArt community member to Chief Creative Officer.

Navigating Social MediaDevin Elle Kurtz
tamberella

Devin is a concept artist, illustrator, and painter from Santa Cruz, California, with over six years of experience. She attends an extensive number of conventions yearly, promoting her work and brand. She currently works full-time as a background painter for Rough Draft Studios and freelances nights and weekends.

Navigating Social MediaAtey Majeed Ghailan
snatti89

Atey Ghailan has been a concept artist and an illustrator since 2012. He's worked on titles such as Injustice: Gods Among Us, Star Citizen, and League of Legends. He currently works as a senior illustrator at Riot Games and has for over four years. He spends his free time working on a personal project and will be launching a mobile game with characters from his own IP later this year.

Getting to 100Fatima Dominguez
taho

Fatima is a mobile game artist who has worked on titles at Playstudios, Osmo, and Glu Mobile. She has showcased art and work processes for rendering software like Adobe Capture CC, and her personal illustrations have been featured by Juxtapoz. She is passionate about character design and strives to inject a strong narrative into every work.

firefly-pathGetting to 100JoEllen Elam

For more than ten years, JoEllen Elam has been bringing bridal dress fantasies to life. Combining fashion and fairy tales, the designer creates gowns that reflect her clients' dreams. JoEllen is also a pattern designer for Simplicity Patterns, sharing her designs for crafty people around the world. JoEllen's work has been featured on the cover of Faerie Magazine, Cosplay Culture Magazine, and on Syfy's My Big Fat Geek Wedding.

Navigating Social MediaDarel Carey

Otis College alum Darel Carey is a visual artist based in Los Angeles, California. He served in the US Air Force as a language analyst before separating in 2012 to pursue an art career (BFA '16). His current work includes abstract line drawings, paintings, and optical tape installations. Visual and spatial perception are his main focus, using lines to shape and bend the perceived dimensions of a surface or a space.

Getting to 100Melanie Abrantes

Otis College alum Melanie Abrantes (BFA Product Design ‘12) believes that, in order to create something beautiful, you have to get your hands dirty. She founded Melanie Abrantes Designs in 2013, a Bay Area-based producer of handcrafted, heirloom objects, after recognizing the growing American market for handmade goods. Working with various unique materials, Melanie strives to create high-quality products that are equally beautiful and functional.

Navigating Social MediaPaul Keng

Paul  Keng  is  an  assistant  professor  in  the  Fashion  Design  department  at  Otis  College  of  Art  and  Design,  where  he  teaches  Fashion  Illustration.  He  has  worked  as  a  professional  fashion  illustrator  many  companies  such  as  Skechers,  Kenny  McCoulough,  Cynthia  Vincent,  W  Hotels,  POESIA,  and  E  Entertainment  Television  among  many  others.  Keng  has  taught  workshops  domestically  and  abroad.

Getting to 100Billy Hicks

Otis College alum Billy Hicks (BFA Digital Media ’02) has worked in creative marketing for FOX Sports and as a staff writer and producer for Disney Channels. His work as a producer includes cable marketing campaigns for LEGO, Marvel, and Disney’s animated series Big Hero 6. In April of 2017, he received an Emmy Award for the three-minute interstitial Disney’s Timeless Heroes / Clinton 12.





DeviantArt is hosting two panels at Otis College of Art and Design’s The 100% Festival! Deviants snatti89, Firefly-Path, taho, and TamberElla, and Otis College alums will join forces to talk about their artistic journeys and how to harness social media to “Find Your 100.”
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TokyoMoonlight Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018   Traditional Artist
1.) How do you use social media to grow as an artist?
To find useful tutorials and tips from other artists. To ask them questions, to engage in conversation and for the support. With lots of challenges where you have to do something with a specific task on a daily, weekly basis (ex. Inktober) we connect with each other and push us to fulfill those challenges. I also like to see other's work to get reminded how many art medias are out there, what styles, color mixes...how much there's still to do. 


2.)What are some moments where you feel you’ve reached your “100” and what skill are you working on maximizing next?
Never had the 100 moment, nor will I ever have...because there's always the next level...there's always room to make it better and better.
Skill? umm :dummy: For now I would be even happy to even have time to paint something ...but regarding skill...be better at figure drawing, poses. That's what I lack a lot.

Orange Arrow Left [F2U]  I also have QUESTIONS FOR THE PANEL :nerd: rvmp :

In the modern, digital age where does traditional art stand? Where is its place? Is it a thing of the past and is outdated? Also in relation to social media...is digital art more preferred (regarding companies, clients, regular art viewers that use social media)? 

And also how about the future of traditional art. Will it grow and evolve together with digital art, where in some point they will merge? Or turn into a little niche where only handful of artists will be doing it?  
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bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2018  Professional Artist
Re #1) I love how there's a tutorial for just about anything you want to learn! Just no excuses not to, haha! :)
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TokyoMoonlight Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2018   Traditional Artist
Yes, they are many...and all thanx to other artists who recognized the importance of sharing knowledge with other people. For someone like me, having social media was and still is the only way to learn art stuff and bond with other like-minded people. =D

DeviantArt is my life-line...and "YouTube" my video art tutor.  :blush:
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Championx91 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018
It will be 10pm over here when this is live, no I won't be joining. I want to sleep.
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ManchanceTheArtXL Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018  Hobbyist Filmographer
O O F
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SpongeBronyPH Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018  Student Digital Artist
1. I use social media, especially Instagram and DeviantArt; to find great and beautiful arts and artworks. Fanarts of our desired interests and favorite shows, even from copyrighted media, is very common for artists in the 21st century today. As an 18-year-old artist myself, I find interesting creations that I have never seen before, such as LEGO MOCs and modern houses, and I love to draw them. Even in cartoons (especially anime), I usually copy the character in a different way based on my inspiration and imagination. When I browse @ DeviantArt, my artistic talents grows, even with my patience.

2. When I reached my 100th artwork, it will be my own surprise. While traditional art is my first methodology of visual arts, I'm still practicing on digital art, which is Paint Tool SAI, and soon Adobe PhotoShop.
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bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2018  Professional Artist
I've also spent many hours browsing fanart for my favorite books, shows, and movies on DeviantArt. I love finding my fellow fans!
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cemplonasaur Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018
anyone want a free bj
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goodgremlin Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018  Student Filmographer
your icon is perfect
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DA28 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Just stopping by to say to all the artist from deviantart super big hello and let create art to the world .

take care you all .

DCR
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The-Hostilan-Native Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Still waiting for the option to disable hot topics on our message boards.
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AUBREY1144 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Student Filmographer
I don't care
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:iconcemplonasaur:
cemplonasaur Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2018
yes you do
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:iconaubrey1144:
AUBREY1144 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2018  Student Filmographer
No I don't. bye
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ltty-bitty Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018
//gives them a watch, has now in a sense sat through entire interview
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RachbakN Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
  Before I was online, I used to be pretty shy about my artwork. Now that I am older, I use my social media to let people check out what I have, in case of an art show or other events.

  As for being “100” in my works, it is when I really love a project I’m working on. The next time I feel that, it will be the same thing. ^^
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Fluchtsalat Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018
"What are some moments where you feel you’ve reached your “100” and what skill are you working on maximizing next?"

So, reaching 100 is the ultimate Goal while there is still Hunger for even more? Why do so if 100 is already the ultimate Goal?
Don´t get me wrong, this is a good Idea and I´m happy with everyone participating. I´m just not so happy with that Question for it implies a neverending thirst for more and more and even more. This Way, true Satisfaction will never be reached, making the whole Concept feel sour - to me, at least.

Hooray for the Participants, nontheless!
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Featherflamestar Featured By Owner Edited Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, I'm constantly nominated to illustrate the magazine that my 5th hour class is doing, so I guess that's a start? I do a lot on Quotev, and my user there is @.Featherflame (in case anyone wanted to know...) Beware, I throw lamps..
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bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Professional Artist
Good job! People underestimate the skill of executing a group vision, congrats~
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:iconragabaru:
ragabaru Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow, feel so excited, can't wait for tommorrow
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theivywebb Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, all of these creators are so inspiring. That is the best part of DeviantArt besides the sense of community. I have a Bachelor's in Art emphasis in Digital Media, & I'm trying to grow more as a digital artist. College didn't teach me too much of the digital aspect, sadly. I'm taking the reins myself, & working on becoming more diverse in what mediums I am able to work in.
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The-Golden-Knight Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Seriously? I don't produce so much as I consume. I lost my spark years ago (if I ever had it).
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irriadin Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Professional General Artist
1. I use social media to find other artists / designers that I admire so that I have a constant source of inspiration; it's an excellent way to broaden your horizons and see the awesome work that is being made every day. Just mind the gap (thanks Ira Glass!) and don't compare yourself to others, art is a personal / individual journey!

2. I'm the kind of creative that never feels like he's going to get to 100 - there's always room to improve. But I always strive to reach that unattainable goal, because to do anything else would be boring. So I always look at my current project and try to do better in my next. That's not to say I'm not proud of the work I've done, though!

Looking forward to the festival, see you on Saturday!
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:iconbironicheroine:
bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2018  Professional Artist
You make a great point about spending too much time comparing oneself to others. Getting inspiration from social media but staying motivated and not discouraged can be a fine line!
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Stella-Draws Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Student General Artist
1) I use social media as a diverse platform of constructive criticism since I feel I get too many compliments on my art (Not that it's a bad thing). I feel that I want to expand my art, so I look forward to hearing what I should improve on, especially since I am an art perfectionist when I do large pieces.

2) I feel that I've reached my "100" when I have mastered a pose of perspective, like if someone is looking up or floating in mid-air. I really feel that I've reached my "100" when I have perfected a lighting technique or reflections and specific color palettes.

The more motivation, the more ready you are; that's my advice.
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:iconbironicheroine:
bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Professional Artist
Too many compliments is a good problem to have! :D
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Stella-Draws Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2018  Student General Artist
Definitefly... Especially when it's from an idol. Lol Wink/Razz 
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ASHSTUDIOS Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
IS this the School where the great Eytan Zana came from?
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:iconbironicheroine:
bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Professional Artist
It is!
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XnogoX Featured By Owner Edited Nov 8, 2018   Artist
CURSE YOU! 
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Darkramiess Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Student Filmographer
Awesome
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golden1willow Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018
I really wish I got more feedback about ideas and interests, especially since  my art tends to be story-based in some way. But at the same time, I sometimes just want somewhere to organize and show my work. I've recently made a Tumblr blog dedicated to one of my stories where I just sprinkle ideas and plans to reflect on and work with. It's really helped to focus my ideas. 
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:iconbironicheroine:
bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Professional Artist
I'm glad you found a way to focus your thoughts! Hopefully the social media panel will have some good insights about how to get feedback. 
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SarasPen Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
1) I only ever really use DeviantArt, and that's where all the artwork I actually finish gets posted. So I use it to post drawings every time I finish a drawing in order to show my progress. 

2) Some moments where I feel like I have reached a "100" are when I finally figure out how to draw a certain thing or use a certain tool on my computer art program. I'm still continuing to develop my art skills in both traditional and digital art, as I am nowhere near my full potential on either.
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PktPictures Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for being an active member! And you have the right attitude about reaching your "100".  Keep practicing, you're doing great!
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spaceKrazy Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
  • How do you use social media to grow as an artist?
I use Deviant Art, Tumblr, and Instagram to post my art and post my prices for commissions. I am now starting to animate and posting them on YouTube
  • What are some moments where you feel you’ve reached your “100” and what skill are you working on maximizing next?
One time was where I was drawing at the library, there was an area where there are table and desks and such, kinda like a meeting or a spot if you were going to be picked up or something. I was drawing at one of the tables, and this lady who was pretty positive (And was a complete stranger) and her friend noticed my art and went "This looks pretty good! Looks like we have an artist in front of us! " Then walked away. After that I was surprised that a complete stanger, in real life did this. I'm more used to getting that feedback online. That made my month of this year. Another thing was that I was proud of this . After I was done, I just felt this rush of proudness. I'm also currently working on an animation that's progress made me feel proud. Now finding my artstyle, I'm feeling amazing and at 100 
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bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Professional Artist
I love encounters like the one you had with the lady in the library! Such a confidence boost, congrats!
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PktPictures Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
That's a cool story, keep up the good work! Hope you tune into the livestream on Saturday, hopefully you can pick up more tips from your fellow DeviantArt artists. Cheers!
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ZABIJAVAK Featured By Owner Edited Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
  • How do you use social media to grow as an artist?
Being online and always around artists I really look up to pushes me to improve faster so I can be like them. Something like that.
  • What are some moments where you feel you’ve reached your “100” and what skill are you working on maximizing next?
Do you ever just redraw something from like 5 years ago and you're just like,, "i did not know i could do this"
yeah that

I'm trying to learn to use more dynamic poses and better my understanding of using colours
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bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Professional Artist
Do you ever just redraw something from like 5 years ago and you're just like,, "i did not know i could do this"
yeah that

Ha! That's hilarious. I see what you mean though, and yeah, I bet it feels great!
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18Blueberrys Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Keep it 100
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18Blueberrys Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oof
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ChloeWithACamera Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Keep it 100
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LittleAkaiko Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i got big progress since start of year, i'm so proud now i feel like 100 uwu
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:iconbironicheroine:
bironicheroine Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Professional Artist
Good for you! Keep it up.
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HimitsuUK Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018   Photographer
I always keep it 100 bro!
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PktPictures Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome! Hope you have a chance to tune into the livestream on Saturday. See what your fellow artists who also keep it at 100 have to say. Cheers!
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Austino641 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Professional Interface Designer
How do I attract clients for my building designs drawings 
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redpandagirl15281 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I will make sure to catch the live stream! You guys should come to Ohio one year though it would be fun to meet everyone from around here :)
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LITATO Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2018  Student Traditional Artist
1. Social media gives me thousands of opportunities as an artist. I can share my work with people all around the world and get a feedback, and vise versa. It
2. Actually, every time I make a drawing. And whenever I feel like I've reached my '100', I always tend to push my limits and go even beyond that.
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Devious Dreams: The latest news!The Devious Dreams campaign launched on March 18th to provide deviants with an opportunity to reach for their artistic evolution by awarding $20,000 in prizing to deviants with art-inspired dreams. The community’s response to Devious Dreams has been unbelievably inspiring and we want to thank everyone for participating, sharing your creative visions, and even just commenting to support artistic endeavors! If you aren’t familiar with Devious Dreams, there’s still a chance to put your dream forward! We want to hear about an art-related project you wish you could undertake, and what you need in order to make it a reality. What People Have Said So Far! “Part of the excitement is seeing the different types of projects people have come up with. I’ve been reading all the comments since day one and I invite others to do the same. 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My group, @My-Lumia is about helping people by giving them characters to bond with and use freely, preferably with the help of a therapist, through the use of creative activities. It’s all about self improvement, facing challenges, having a place to have fun with others, and much more. I was able to obtain a super group as part of the Devious Dreams event, for which I am grateful. Because of the Devious Dreams project, I have gotten more people who are interested in helping, and have moved to make things happen in what ways I can.” —@celestialsunberry Creative Participation! We’ve been avidly reading through the thousands of comments on the Devious Dreams journal and enjoying the wide variety of ideas that everyone has put forward! Some projects have been grand, sweeping ideas that would take a lot of individual work, while others have been more modest projects involving upgrading old hardware or getting art supplies to create more of what they’re already working on. 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You can still watch the full video!Submit Your Idea by March 31st! Moving forward, we will be awarding $20,000 in prizing to ambitious deviants for their projects on or around April 3rd. If you haven’t participated yet, there is still time! Submit your project in a comment on the Devious Dreams journal by 11:59 PM Pacific Time on March 31st, 2019, for your chance to reach your creative evolution! Submit Your Idea » Share Your Thoughts! We’d like to hear from you! Share one of your favorite project submissions in a comment on this journal, be it yours or someone else's!

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