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Reach your next creative goal!

To help deviants achieve their creative evolution, DeviantArt is awarding over $20,000 to artists like you! Yes, you!

1. Brainstorm // 2. Comment // 3. Cross your fingers

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For eighteen years, DeviantArt has been where art starts: a place for artists of all walks of life to learn and grow together. In that time, we’ve witnessed countless artists’ skill level evolve as they’ve honed their craft with the support and encouragement of the DeviantArt community. But that’s only the beginning.

As we approach the launch of DeviantArt Eclipse, the next phase in DeviantArt’s own artistic evolution, we want to celebrate artists who evolve with DeviantArt. If you have an idea or project that you want to undertake that will help you reach the next level in your artistic evolution, DeviantArt is here to help provide the tools and resources you need to succeed.

Tell us about the project you want to undertake, and what resources you need to get there. In turn, we’re going to award a grand total of $20,000 to some deserving deviants to make some of these projects happen!

Use this template to share your creative ideas in a comment on this journal.

Project Title: Come up with a creative title for the project or goal you want to achieve!

Project Description: Tell us what your idea is. What do you want to accomplish, and how do you want to do it?

Project Plan: If chosen, what steps are you going to take to complete your idea, and how will you share your completed idea with the world?

Project Budget: What tools do you need, and how much, roughly, will it cost (in USD) to make it happen?

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The Awards

Award recipients will be chosen after March 31st, 2019, and will be awarded the resources required to complete their ideas (be it equipment, art supplies, etc.), up to the amount of the prize they won. You can request up to $5,000 as part of your idea budget, so don’t be afraid to put your best idea forward! Two larger awards are guaranteed to be granted; many smaller awards will be granted as well!

In addition to the $20,000 we’re awarding via this journal, a Facebook Live event will also be held on March 22nd at 2:00 PM Pacific Time, during which an extra $2,000 in items will be awarded.

Amount Awarded

Judging

Awards will be granted to eligible and qualified entries, on the basis of: (i) intent, (ii) ability to accomplish the idea/goal put forward, (iii) creativity, and (iv) the impact achieving the dream will have, all to whatever degree the judges believe to be appropriate in reaching a decision.

Award recipients are encouraged to share their projects as they unfold and/or conclude.

All deviants age 13 or older who have not been banned from DeviantArt are eligible to participate. If a deviant deactivates or is banned during the Devious Dreams campaign, they are no longer eligible to be an award recipient.

The Devious Dreams campaign begins on March 18, 2019 at 12:01 PM Pacific Time, and ends on March 31, 2019 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time. Award recipients will be announced on or around April 3, 2019.

Read the Official Rules

Elevate your artistic evolution with DeviantArt!





To help deviants achieve their creative evolution, DeviantArt is awarding over $20,000 in prizing to artists just like you! Tell us about an artistic project you want to undertake, and what you need to get there. In turn, we’re going to award deserving deviants to make some of these projects happen!


Prizes Awarded on April 4th:

Prizes Awarded on April 3rd:
Per the Official Rules for Devious Dreams, we will award $20,000 in prizing on or around April 3rd.  Approximately half of the prizing has been awarded, and the remaining amount will be awarded in the coming days!  Stay tuned and refresh the journal often.  The next recipient could be you!


Update as of March 26th:

Read the latest Devious Dreams updates and share thoughts on your favorite project submissions!


Update as of March 20th:

Thank you! The community's response to Devious Dreams has been astounding in the best possible way. Because of the high amount of involvement in the campaign, we went ahead and awarded an additional $2,500 in prizing to help some worthy deviants strive for their artistic futures. Moving forward, as per Devious Dreams’ Official Rules, we will award $20,000 in prizing on or around April 3rd. Stay tuned!


Prizes Distributed as of March 19th:

Bonus (non-Devious Dreams) Prizes Distributed as of March 18th:
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Sqrifbles-Illustrate Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student General Artist
Well, I did not win but I am already living in my dream to continue the projects just before this event started.
Does anyone have the same opinion as mine?

My current projects are a real-time strategy game called Photonsurge and a comic called Vela and the Big Invasion.
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LaHermandaddelGrial Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Project: Grial-chan, the Sword Princess

Project Description: A space to tell and study about the swords, softcombat, larp, rol, costumes, webcomics, tutorial and more!! We are a softcombat group who love to know and read about medieval stuff and others and make our own costumes and crafts. We have a community spirit and love to share this. The plan include make a webcomic, Grial chan the Sword Princess. In there, the characters talk about this themes, and explain the public for softcombat, and rpg and medieval world difussion.

Project Plan: Design the Characters, make the webcomics in 4koma format. Share a advice of crafts or sewing, make history references, and in the end write about the real historic font. Medieval cook, fantasy games, rpg themes, softcombat swords, larp anecdotes, etc.

Project Budget: How ever much it takes to make it happend. We dream and work hard. Have a youtube channel, and a facebook page and a great project in our heart: share with people the brotherhood, the honor and love.

Thank you for reading this!!!
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MatureTurtle Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Dude, it's past the freaking deadline.
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santanafaris Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think a lot of us would love to see more events like this in the future for sure, but I think now you guys should remove this post or disable further comments. There's still many people applying even though it has ended already, so it would be wise to just delete the post or disable the comments now that the winners are all announced.
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LittleMissDevil21 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This was a huge waste of my time.

My fault for ever thinking DeviantArt would help in any way.
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Blackdiamonds1 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Student General Artist
I will like to join as well
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EojinsArt Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
...It ended 8 days ago.
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ProNoobFluffyLion Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
I wish you all good luck!!
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LacrimareObscura Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Congrats to the winners. Heart 
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devJCarlo Featured By Owner Edited Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Professional Digital Artist
Project Title: The Art of Depression

Project Description: This is a program which can help those people having a mental illness or disorder. I know a lot of people are struggling, having deep thoughts, almost committed suicide. But I think this program will help them and stop the stigma about depression. Depression is not really easy. But this project help to voice out what depressed people feel thru artwork. Let their artwork talk, speak, and touch people. You can't create a million words to explain or share what depression feel or look like. But thru artworks, it will help them speaklife, speak everything.

Project Plan: If chosen, I know a lot of mental disorder groups in our place, I can reach them out to join and help me for this project. I know there will be a lot of people who will benefit on this. I can also ask help for Department of Health to conduct seminars, art workshops, and art party. Which all those participants will create any art they want.

Project Budget: Canvass, Papers, Brushes, Pens, Pencils, Paints, venue, souvenirs. Roughly, around $500.00 - $1000.00.
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healerneka Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Student General Artist
the contest ended but man this is so good. If places like that actually existed ( drawing to relieve mental health issues ) I wouldn't be at the mental state I am now. It's so disgusting that people say they have depression just to be "cool" or "trendy" like no. I wish I could help in some way.
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devJCarlo Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Professional Digital Artist
Yes, sadly. I wasn't able to read the deadline. Yeah I hope there will be groups or organizations to conduct such activity. I really want to help, 'cause I know the feeling. I feel you, too. Yes, Mental issues is a serious thing. It will be an honour to work with other with this activity.
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sakasakoo Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019
congrats
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amekimaru Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  Hobbyist Artist
yeaaaayy gratz
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:iconartistyosh:
Artistyosh Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello :)
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BadMoonArtStudio Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Professional Digital Artist
Congratulations to all the lucky winners! 
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Giniro-KotB Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019
Sweet mama potato, it's paintin* time
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AceCanDraw Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019
goodluck to everyone who enterd aswell.
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Nortrym Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant Student Digital Artist
just do it!
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diesto Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i hope i win...
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SIMODELSTHICK Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant Student Interface Designer
I hope i win!!!
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JohnnykunOfficial Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  Student Digital Artist
I hope i win ' ^'
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BlotterWorth909 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Artist
E
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67324012 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 9, 2019  Student Artist
Hi I would like to join this awe dang nvm
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Starryzoove Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant
project:in 18 years,deviantart has been a place to sell art
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Starryzoove Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant
>~<
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Starryzoove Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant
I need to participate!!! ill join right away!
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bunnylovinggrl Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  Professional General Artist
I found this too late. I really wanted to apply :(
Is this a yearly thing? Will it be held again?
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DanteEvans3 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant
proyecto: creación de un libro con mis ilustraciones 
mi sueño y meta es publicar la historia en la que llevo mas del 70% escrita y complementarla con mis imágenes y para ello me gustaría ganar para poder facilitar los procesos de publicación del mismo
tipo de genero: aventura, futuro estilo stampunk 
concepto de libro:la vida de un chico que es arrastrado a una revolución que no le incumbe pero al perder ala persona que ama su sed de venganza y el tiempo su capricho ase que se meta más en la revolución hasta el punto que comete decisiones estúpidas arrastrando a la pocas personas que quiere en un conflictos, asiéndolo parecer el villano ante la ciudad, el tomo una decisión y ahora esta dispuesto a aceptar las consecuencias   
.utilizaría el dinero para compararme una laptop propia 
.cursos de ilustración para mejorar mi arte
.pagar la editorial para publicarlo
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Nassima-Amir Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
Project Title : Persona Product (Sci-fantasy graphic novel)

Concept of the book : In a few hundred years from now, the currency used to pay one's living is a liquid anyone can extract from the back of their neck, it's called the Persona, and it's also what could be considered as their "soul". If someone is in debt and doesn't have extra persona anymore, the totality of their soul is extracted from their bodies, and they become empty shells serving as the government's milice in buy robotic armors, called the Clutchers. But a group of people has decided to take down this society, they live in a vast but hidden ship, where plants and animals still exist.

Description of the project : As a fantasy illustrator, I would like to make a sci-fantasy graphic novel (a bit like Dinotopia by James Gurney or Project 77 by Martin Deschambault).
I expect the writing of the full novel (around 250 pages, of which the 28 first pages are already written) to take about 1 month and half, and the making of the illustrations and sketches to take around 4 or 5 months. I already have the complete structure of my universe and a list of the 37 sketches and illustrations and I would like to make, in addition to the cover illustration.

I would also need to edit one version of the book to be able to showcase it to potential editors. A prize of 5000$ would help me pay for the book edition and live during around 4 months, added to the economies I already have for 2 months, and I think it would be exactly what I need to complete this project.

Link to the first chapter : docs.google.com/document/d/1vO…


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Literary-Sketches Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
Congrats winners! You deserve it!
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VICTORBOKTAI Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
yes
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weienjoy Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
Can't wait to see more good arts!
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KayliaAdopts Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Congrats to all the winners!!!
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ZenoEon Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yihaw
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rebrandedtrash Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Free Art Lesson At My School

I want to start free art lessons at my school for other kids who either want to start learning and progressing or want to get better and learn different styles. I want to do this to show other people that art is and amazing way to vent out your frustrations and other feelings in a positive way. I also want to show people how fun drawing can be and how easy it can be. Obviously, I’ll disclaim that some people are more talented than others and that art can take a lot of practice and time. I want to use this advice and disclaimer to help people not get discouraged when they draw and give up. 

What I Need To Accomplish This

i would need art supplies and likely lots of it. I would like to have some alcohol based markers, colored pencils, pencils (mechanicals please) cardstock, paper and that’s about it. 

My Steps

1. I’ll ask for a room for me to use after school to teach in and for my fellow students to meet up in 
2. I’ll establish it as a safe place. Anyone can draw whatever they want without judgement
3. I’ll make flyers describing benefits and what it is
4. Write down lesson plans and figure out what I should go in depth on
5. Find easy ways to draw understandable drawings (people, graffiti, colligraphy, some animals)
6. Present and teach with a step by step

Budget
It all depends on the supplies, with the markers they could be Ohuhu markers, which are cheap and work great. 3 sets of 80 of these on amazon costs $125.97. 
Prismacolor colored pencils (pack of 150) is 88.68 on amazon
and Ticonderoga pencils cost $24.50 for 10 packs at Walmart
and cardstock paper is $12 at Micheals (white cardstock paper)
all togetger this would be $251.15

it would mean a lot to me if I was able to do this for my school. I see many people struggle to vent or get an idea down on paper and I would like to use this as a way to help them. 
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FineArtofWeebistry Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  New Deviant
The Fine Art of Weebistry

Project: I wish to pursue a career in making professional anime art and animation.

I want to start off by displaying and advertising my skills around my targeted group of people which like anime. I want to be able to draw upon request and emphasize my sketching ability. This will allow me to become really good at my skill as well as distribute around what I can do. Once I get sketching and inking down I would like to continue to work with colours and blending. The colour scheme is very important and part of the art. I would also like to study abroad in the center source of the art to get a better understanding of the culture of anime, Japan. I am genuinely interested in the culture as well and plan on continuing further to follow my dream of professionally making artwork there. It is a hard career to pursue since it is hard work of long hours and little pay, but it is truly what I would like to do. I plan to study abroad and enhance my skills over a period of time. The cost of this is large but I am willing to work for it.

I have already started to promote my business through social media of many accounts and a small business between friends. I will further gain more supplies and continue working at my goal. I have even been studying japanese. I feel that if i keep working at this goal someday I will achieve it.

-Arigato :3
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YsBEstudio Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
Learning watching

My project is about the culture on my city.

Problem: The young kids are more interesting in trash music, funny things on internet and the education is on the floor. My brother did not know the independence day, any of his friends know that and that is general culture, basic culture. 

Proyect: I want to do ilustrations, stickers, comics, little animations and maybe murals, about the independence day, the gratests writers, general culture things for catch the young people and then maybe their heroe would be The mother Teresa from Calcuta, Don quijote, Madame Curie, Edgar A. Poe, and not Bad bunny, Maluma, etc. 
I want to inspire them for do great things like the greatets people in the history, and not just make money, and that they know the history cuz if we don´t know the history we are condemned to repeat it. The point is be better like society.

How: The social media. The first step is facebook, twitter and IG, with digital ilustrations, digital comics because all the young people is there, and then make the stickers and the murals. I think that would cause a great impact.

Cost: I really don´t know but the 20,000 i think are ok, i´m from México so i know search the best price for print, buy the paint, the brushes, meabe a better graphic tablet, etc.
Thank you :3
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rebrandedtrash Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love your idea and I wish I could help ;-;
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darkspeed54 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

I have 2 project and if first one is turn out to be troublesome, because of copyrights, i'll go with the second

Project 1.

Project Title:
 Anivengers

Project Description: I wanted to draw out a crossover with all the popular anime characters in it. Story follows pretty much a converted version of original sourcei which is marvel cinematic universe. Start out Edward Elric who's able to built mechas with alchemy.
Super soldier serum would be a tailed beast from naruto which Naruto himself take the role of for captain america and so on. 

What do you want to accomplish, and how do you want to do it?
There isn't any great story for this idea. The closest thing we have is the game "jump force" and it's just pure fanservice and not a lot of thoughts poured in it. So i want to make justice for the idea. I love crossovers and i started it my own. Anyone can see on my gallery. But i want to make something a complete Anime universe that rivals with MCU

Project Plan: If chosen, what steps are you going to take to complete your idea, and how will you share your completed idea with the world?
i need to improve my artistic abilities, but i also need help of other artists to draw something i'm not good at like background. 

Project Budget: What tools do you need, and how much, roughly, will it cost (in USD) to make it happen?

Manga Studio 5 - 199.99 USD

extra help- 100 -200 USD per page


Project 2.

Project Title: I don't want to become a heroine

Project Description: I wanted to make a visual novel about a girl who don't want to become a main character of a story. But you, the player, must choose what to do for it. Every game is about that special someone do the objectives. But this time you must avoid it for yourself. But is it that easy? Just changing your mother's hair style would be enough to prevent her death? Let's say "yes" but how do you even pursue her to do so? 

What do you want to accomplish, and how do you want to do it?
I'm confident on come up with a story and options but i need skills to actually make it possible.


Project Plan: If chosen, what steps are you going to take to complete your idea, and how will you share your completed idea with the world?
i need to improve my artistic abilities, but i also need help of other artists to draw something i'm not good at like background. 

Project Budget: What tools do you need, and how much, roughly, will it cost (in USD) to make it happen?

Unity - USD 125/month for Unity Pro


extra help- 1000-3000 USD

I haven't talking to anyone that can help me with it yet but i did some research and it shouldn't be above 3000 USD



If you need further info or just wanted to say hi my twitter is 
@veritas09528778

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Vitani4000 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
Gutted I didn't win, but I'm so incredibly happy for the winners, they all deserve it! :) 
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Okktopous Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Professional Traditional Artist
Back to the hustle

Stop by my little shop and help support another small artist 

My Shop --> www.etsy.com/shop/Oktopous  
IG --> www.instagram.com/oktopous/ 

Screen Shot 2019-03-29 at 9.38.08 AM by Okktopous  
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CoolDakota Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
How are so many people not understanding this ended over a week ago
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Kota-Koneko Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  New Deviant  Digital Artist
owo whats dis? 
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Dimener Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019
:/ 
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PinBag42 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Student General Artist
although I am disappointed I didn't win, I must still say, congrats to all you guys and gals who won. you probably deserve it more them I do, so, congrats.
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Crucent Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2019  Hobbyist General Artist
good thing this didnt show in my feed until APRIL 8th!!!
or i could have had the option to join in. -_-
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123fendas Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Here's my project: STOP BEING PRETENTIOUS. STOP BEING SPOILED BRATS. GIVE THE MONEY TO CHARITY OR SOMETHING. YOUR ART IS WORTH NOTHING
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Devious Dreams: The winners!The Devious Dreams campaign launched in March 2019 as a chance for DeviantArt to grant artists the tools they need to make their creative evolution a reality. With over $20,000 in prizing available to make dreams come true, thousands of deviants shared a wide range of creative and heartfelt dreams for their artistic future. We particularly enjoyed seeing the support everyone put forward for each others’ creative goals. Now that the campaign has come to a close, it is our honor to announce the recipients of Devious Dreams grants—a collective of artists from all walks of life with a broad spectrum of creative ideas. Some of these deviants requested drawing tablets so they can create every day. Others asked for traditional art supplies, or photography tools to more efficiently create and share their art. Some asked for crafting supplies like sculpting or sewing materials. The projects each artist put forward were varied and inspired, and it’s our pleasure to help bring these dreams to life.Dream Recipients! "Cyberpunk 7 Deadly Sins" by Araiel"ORCHARD ORGANISS Animated Trailer" by G-flux"Traditional & Digital media join forces!" by LadyYomi"Superhero Summer Camp" by Upgraderath"trauma doll shop" by lukedraws101"The G.O.A.T that Pain Produced" by AresAkatsuki"Undertaker" by Yuudraws"Aria Gloria - Sanctus Dirge" by xMelonDrop"For my comics and art" by PaperSalamander"Perspective Practice" by Scissoria"Pixel Pool" by chiruruzuhenu"Survival" by InsomniacSharky"Comic artist and commissioner" by alcoholicmeower"I'm with you" by Catziiia"The cosplay of my dreams" by Nyima-chan"Landscapes of the World" by Crisssis"One-man-Cosplay-Photography" by DreamyArtCosplay"Anatomy for concept art" by NitaoART"Stylus Away" by RumbyFishy"Speak Out Through Art" by alpacaalltheway"Animals!" by KATG14"Poppin!" by Shy-Steamer "Getting into technology" by CYWlL"After the Bloodbath" by IcePoemix"Ruby Slippers" by PrincessFaeron"Game Changer" by Rivynfleur"Innovative Applique" by One-Violet-Rose"Don't forget" by redxroundsxart"Business... 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A DeviantArt staff member individually replied via comment to each dream recipient on April 3rd or 4th to inform the respective deviants they were selected, and the reactions of the recipients alone made the campaign well worth undertaking! Some of our favorite reactions include this excited comment from @LadyYomiThis heartfelt reaction from @xMelonDrop This enthusiastic retelling from @NitaoART This sweet response from @ne-ONblue This eager reaction from @JollyMutt And even this reaction from @DreamyArtCosplay We also awarded an additional $2,000 in prizing to deserving deviants as part of the Devious Dreams livestream! Performer and voice actress Erika Ishii hosted the festivities, featuring voice actor Gary Anthony Williams doing readings of literature submitted to DeviantArt, clay sculpting games with @humblehills @ekud @HeartsUnchained and much more! If you didn’t get a chance to see the stream when it was happening live, have no fear! You can still watch the full video!Share Your Thoughts! This campaign has been a labor of love for everyone at DeviantArt, and we’re truly looking forward to seeing these artists achieve their creative evolution in the future. If you enjoyed this campaign and would like to see more events like these in the future, let us know in the comments!...
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. Some people have shared community projects, personal projects, or are simply seeking the means to continue doing the work that they’re currently doing. But they’re all equally as passionate at their craft. It’s definitely going to be interesting to see what happens in the end and, hopefully, even if you don’t leave with a monetary prize, you’ll leave with a new friend (or friends), new knowledge, and an increased drive to get to do what you want in the long run.” —@savagefrog “It's such a great opportunity for artists to turn a dream into a reality and the best thing is that to apply is as simple as presenting your project in a comment! I think it’s a great initiative from DeviantArt, an opportunity to support the artistic community in a very real way, something that I don't see often in other sites.” —@thiefoworld “Giving people an opportunity to have their dream granted is great, especially for those who are disabled like myself, or just can't get the funds to make things happen. 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. Some of you have shared ideas and are supportive of one another’s projects, like this conversation between @retr0dude and @celiest, and we love that! Thank you for showing support for your fellow artists! A few of you have come up with some humorous ideas, including a few that reminded us of a familiar Kickstarter project from 2014, like this one from @rubenraphaelart: Making Dreams a Reality! Because of the amazing community response to Devious Dreams, we started funding some creative dreams early, and actually awarded an additional $2,500 in prizing last week to help some worthy deviants strive for their creative futures. Ranging from things like pen nibs and Photoshop subscriptions to pottery wheels and oil paints, these deviants put forward their goals and are going to have their chance to explore those ideas!"Wheel Away Sweet Sister" by @majorasmasks "Full-Length Comic" by @digitaldesignation "Forever Blooming" by @awkwaard "Anatomy on Self-learning" by @manese55 "Dice!" by @allviran-art "Comic - Fear The Water" by @dingo-paws "Capture the city- Plein air" by @livia-anna "Learning sculpture, as a beginner" by @bronzehalo "OIL!" by @mrbonecracker We also recently awarded another $2,000 in prizing to some deserving deviants as part of a Facebook livestream! Performer and voice actress Erika Ishii hosted the festivities, featuring voice actor Gary Anthony Williams doing readings of literature submitted to DeviantArt, clay sculpting games with @humblehills @ekud and @HeartsUnchained and much more! If you didn’t get a chance to see the stream when it was happening live, have no fear! 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!
Thank You for Your Feedback on Eclipse!

Last week, we announced the Beta launch of DeviantArt Eclipse — a completely redesigned version of DeviantArt that puts more emphasis on artists and their art. As a Beta release, Eclipse is still under development and only available to a small portion of the DeviantArt community. We use the Beta release to gather feedback that allows us to closely analyze deviant engagement and sentiment.

Over 4,000 deviants have already tried Eclipse and many have shared their invaluable and much-appreciated feedback. We’ve received nearly 1,700 individual Eclipse feedback reports — including 407 bug reports, 532 feature requests, and 748 pieces of general commentary. Our team has read through and triaged over 60% of these reports and has a goal of completing all of them in the coming week. Thank you to every deviant who has taken the time to share feedback. Whether you’re someone who provided a few words or several paragraphs of candid response, we appreciate the passion you have for helping us ensure Eclipse will meet the needs of our diverse community.

This Is Just the Beginning of Eclipse

As with most Beta releases, we launched Eclipse knowing there were bugs and highlighted a handful of the most obvious in our release journal. We wanted to release sooner than later so we can begin this journey together – gathering feedback and insights and applying it into our development, fixes, and improvements. Plus, as Beta Testers, this is what you signed up for! We need your deviant-expertise to help identify bugs everything from baby bugs to elusive, exotic bugs.

Based on feedback, it’s clear there are certain areas of Eclipse that are leaps and bounds ahead of the “green site.” It’s also clear there are some things that need to be improved. We expected this and continue to welcome your feedback — the good and the bad. We’re in this together and want to hear from deviants every step of the way.

We're Exploring More Ways To Customize Your Profile

Eclipse provides new ways to personalize your Profile, including the ability to select Header Art for your page, linking to your social media platforms, and stating your commission status. However, with the removal of Custom Box, we heard, loud and clear, that deviants want more options to display content.We’re also in the process of exploring other ways you can customize your Profile.We’ll be sharing tips and varied examples of ways you can really customize Profiles. In the meantime, here’s one example of how @katy-l-wood is testing Eclipse’s current abilities to enhance her Profile.
Many deviants asked for the ability to showcase a single deviation on your profile. This is something we are already working on. We’d also like to clarify that, for the foreseeable future, Custom Boxes within Groups will remain as they are. Groups will eventually be redesigned with Eclipse in mind, but that process won’t be complete for many months. We’ll provide advance notice about any removal of Custom Boxes in Groups.

Addressing Your Other Top Concerns

The new Feedback allows easy viewability of your most recent and unread notifications; however, we’ve seen concerns about Feedback needing improvement as a whole. For example, deviants report it’s cumbersome to remove notifications and it’s hard to remove notifications in bulk. We’ll be making the “remove” button more accessible so that you can one-click remove (or one-click save) just as you could on the “green site.” We’re still reviewing the experience of mass removing feedback and hope to have updates soon.We are currently working on issues regarding Header Art and avatars – specifically, their size and quality. Icon codes and plz accounts will be coming soon to Eclipse. :iconlaplz:The new text editor makes it easy to write Literature, with the option to add formatting and illustrations to your work. That said, the Literature experience in Eclipse is still a work in progress. As we mentioned in the Beta journal, using Literature and journal thumbnails is not yet finished. Literature thumbnails in the sidebar (under “More Like This”) are also not yet finished.Improving the display of Literature thumbnails is something our Product and UX teams are already actively working on improving.Having a “Show More” link on deviation descriptions and comments allows for a cleaner viewing experience; however, based on feedback, we've removed "Show More" from deviation descriptions and comments.While search in Gallery, Favourites, and Journals didn’t make it into the Beta version of Eclipse, it’s our aim to bring this functionality to Eclipse.Several deviants brought up that the ability to include thumbs by pasting a URL (or thumb code) is not currently possible. We mentioned this in the original announcement, but we want to reiterate this is not working as intended and will be implemented in the future.

Of course, this isn’t a complete list. It represents our first step at addressing some of your top concerns and we’ll be sharing more responses and updates — including bug fixes — in the weeks ahead.

Keep it Coming!

In the release process, things are constantly evolving as we gain insights and implement updates. Please keep in mind these updates can take time to get used to. As you continue to explore Eclipse, share your thoughts and concerns through the Eclipse overall feedback or bug report/feature request forms. While we encourage general discussion in the journal comments, using the official form allows us to triage and act on feedback in a quicker, more manageable way.

We also want to give a shout-out to the amazing deviants who’ve produced really thorough Eclipse reviews:

Re: Eclipse by @rotane Eclipse by @katy-l-wood Review of Eclipse + Suggestions @nominee84 @senshistock’s video and documentEclipse Glimpse and Thoughts by @lexidus @taitrochelle’s videoMy Deviation Submission Journey in Eclipse PLUS by @ilantiis My Thoughts on the New Watch/Feedback System by @iingo Eclipse: WhatIsRight, WhatIsNot, HowToFixIt @ashclad-shade

Again, thank you to everyone! With your feedback, we’ve filed numerous bugs and our developers are working on them continually.


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Eclipse Change Log: January 30, 2019In this week's change log, we have a small handful of bug fixes and improvements as we continue with the larger features that are in development. Stay tuned for more, and keep the bug reports and feature requests coming!Change LogThe "add to favorites" panel on deviation pages now allows you to select multiple collections. (Popular request, suggested by @kage-niji, @sa6044, @tanyasimpson, and many others)Bios are now editable!Literature thumbnails now include four lines of preview text. (Suggested by @wynbird, @battlefairies, and many others)On the Daily Deviations page, literature now includes preview text. Various other smaller bug fixes and stability improvementsThe new "add to favorites" panel lets you easily add a deviation to many Collections. (Artwork: hidden view by @umbatman)Literature thumbs — including on the Daily Deviations page — now include preview text.Using the New Bio EditorTry the new Eclipse bio editor! When adding a bio to your Eclipse profile, we'll start you off with your bio from the old site. Please keep in mind that some elements, such as thumbnails, were not able to be transitioned to the new editor, however you can still add them to your bio. We recommend trying the new image and gallery features to share your favorite artwork in your bio.Also note that due to migration issues, bios of deviants who are not on Eclipse are static, meaning if they update them on the old site, the changes will not be reflected on Eclipse until that deviant switches to Eclipse and edits their bio using the new editor. Keep Sharing Your Feedback!Submit a bug or feature requestSubmit your overall feedback about DeviantArt Eclipse

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Eclipse Change Log: March 27, 2019In this week’s change log, we’re excited to announce a series of updates and improvements, including many bug fixes! Change LogBy popular demand, the comments section on your Profile can now be removed!Fixed issue where deviants could no longer add new profile sections if they’ve removed all of them from the left column of their profile. (Thanks to everyone who reported this!)Error (404 and 504) pages now have a brand new design!Every section of Watch and Feedback now has its own URL.Fixed issue where clicking the back button on your browser during or immediately after browsing Feedback would not bring you to the correct page. On notifications dropdown, the “See All” button is loaded instantly so you can quickly access the Feedback page before your notifications even load.The “Select All” button to mass remove Feedback and Watch messages is now clearer and easier to access. Removed Google+ from social media buttonsFixed issue where buy button on deviation pages would not work in Firefox.Added text to submit page to clarify that additional details (tags, categories, descriptions, etc.) are optional.Fixed issue where a bio could not be saved if you completely removed everything. Improved the look of Watch and Feedback when any of your sections are empty.Profiles now show a prompt to add header art when you haven’t added one yet.Improved performance of browse and search pages.In addition to these updates and bug fixes are smaller improvements we’ve made as we continue to develop larger features in Eclipse. Share Your FeedbackFollow these steps to share your feedback:Switch to DeviantArt EclipseHover over your avatarSelect “Give Your Feedback” to access our official formJoin the Waiting List!Haven’t received access to Eclipse yet? Join our waitlist today! Eclipse is steadily rolling out to deviants, so we’d love for you to start exploring the next phase of DeviantArt!
Eclipse Change Log: April 11, 2019In this week’s change log, we've added custom titles for custom sections, added five spotlights for all deviants and addressed a number of bug fixes and improvements. Stay tuned for more, and keep the bug reports and feature requests coming!Custom Titles for Your Custom SectionsYou can now add a custom title for your Custom Section!

Known issue: Upon backspacing the last character of your title, it replaces the field with “Custom”. If you experience this issue, a workaround is to simply highlight the text and type your desired text.More Spotlights!All deviants can now add up to five spotlight sections on their profile!Change LogNew keyboard shortcuts: You can now use CTRL/CMD+Enter or TAB+Enter when writing a comment to immediately submit it.Fixed issue where comment field in Feedback would be too small on journals, status updates, and polls, causing some elements to overlap. Galleries with zero deviations in them did not show when editing your galleries.Fixed issue where save button would not work after editing your bio.Fixed issues where Commissions on the shop tab on profiles would overlap and not be sized correctly.When editing a section on your profile, the dropdown that allows you to select collections and galleries was capped at 26Fixed issue where some mentions in comments did not appear to be linksImplemented and improved more error pages (in addition to our 404 and 503 error pages)Donation Pools are now hidden to viewers until a goal and title have been added.In addition to these updates and bug fixes are smaller improvements we’ve made as we continue to develop larger features in Eclipse. Follow these steps to share your feedback:Switch to DeviantArt EclipseClick your avatarSelect “Give Your Feedback” to access our official formHaven’t received access to Eclipse yet? Join our waitlist today! Eclipse is steadily rolling out to deviants, so we’d love for you to start exploring the next phase of DeviantArt!

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Eclipse Change Log: April 3, 2019In this week’s change log, we've reduced thumbnail sizes as well as addressed a number of bug fixes and improvements. Stay tuned for more, and keep the bug reports and feature requests coming!Thumbnail Sizes Have Been Reduced!A top community concern was that thumbnails were too big across the site. Based on your feedback, we’ve reduced thumbnails 75% of their original size. We’re also working on improvements to Feedback — an area where many deviants feel that everything is too big — and exploring how we can reduce the layout here as well.Change LogFixed issue where the feedback dropdown would appear really tall.Added anchor links on Profile, so that clicking "Show All" on the Watchers and Groups section would bring you to the proper section on the About page. Fixed issue where, after removing comments from your profile, you would not be able to add them back. Fixed issue where “edit” button no longer appeared on your comments.Fixed issue where last decimal place of price was cut off ($12.34 would show $12.3) until you clicked through to see the full price.Performance improvements to browse, search, and gallery pages.In addition to these updates and bug fixes are smaller improvements we’ve made as we continue to develop larger features in Eclipse. Keep Sharing Your Feedback!Follow these steps to share your feedback:Switch to DeviantArt EclipseClick your avatarSelect “Give Your Feedback” to access our official formHaven’t received access to Eclipse yet? Join our waitlist today! Eclipse is steadily rolling out to deviants, so we’d love for you to start exploring the next phase of DeviantArt!
Eclipse Change Log: February 20, 2019In this week's change log, we've updated literature pages — a popular request from the community — as well as a handful of bug fixes and improvements. Stay tuned for more, and keep the bug reports and feature requests coming!Improved Literature Deviation Page DesignAnother popular request from the community was to improve the design of literature deviation pages and put the actual writing front and center. Thanks to @battlefairies, @jcoolarts, @thebigeasy66, @queen-kitty, and the many others who shared their feedback on literature!Try it out: Memories, Light the Corners of our Minds by @srsmithChange LogAbility to submit a Journal to a Group has been added! Click the “New Journal” button on a Group’s Journal tab to submit directly to that Group.You can now edit older literature deviations in Eclipse. (Thanks for pointing out, @dc-26 and @littlekhajiit!)The Daily Deviation page now includes three days by default (instead of two), with a "show more" button at the bottom.While using browse or search, your previously selected sort mode will be preserved when you switch back and forth between Status Updates, Polls, and Commissions.After clicking a deviation from browse or search then clicking the back button, you'll now return to the correct position in the results rather than the beginning.When a deviant gives you Points, the notifications dropdown would display "[deviant] gave you..." without including the amount of Points given.Eclipse journals would be cut off on smaller screens on the old site.Clicking “View Log” on a Group admin notification would link to an error page.On Feedback, the timestamp on comments and replies now links to the comment’s permalink page so you can see the full context of a conversation. When italicizing, bolding, or underlining a heading, the headline would break onto multiple linesTimestamps on Feedback notifications are now clearer. (A notification from 3 months ago now displays as the actual date rather than “3m” which could also be confused as 3 minutes ago.)Daily Deviations page now includes a “Back to Top” button.The account reactivation page (restoring your account after deactivating it) has been moved to Settings rather than your profile page. This fixes an issue were deviants would need to switch back to the old site to reactivate if they deactivated while in Eclipse. This change is now live on the old site as well.Deviation descriptions that were made from the old site now properly preserve formatting on Eclipse.Fixed issue where mature content would be visible in Polls, Status Updates, Drafts and a few other places, even if your mature content filter was on.Fixed issues where font sizes would sometimes be smaller in some comments.Keep Sharing Your Feedback!Submit a bug or feature requestSubmit your overall feedback about DeviantArt Eclipse

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Eclipse Change Log: November 28, 2018

Thank you for your continued feedback and bug reports on DeviantArt Eclipse!

Our team has been working on customization and personalization options and we have brainstorming sessions planned where we’ll be further discussing how you’ll be able to customize and personalize your profile in Eclipse. We’ve been gathering and sorting your feedback, including the top ways you use Custom Box, and we’ll be reviewing it in these brainstorm sessions. We will have more to share soon!

In the meantime, we’re still working on other customization features already in the design stages, including editing your bio and custom cropping of your profile header art. We’ve seen some creative ways people are featuring single deviations on their profile (for example, see @ellysiumn and @katy-l-wood’s profiles), and we’re working on the ability to more-easily feature a single deviation on your profile.

Here’s this week’s change log!

Change Log

Header art quality on profiles has improved. If your header art is blurry, ensure that the original deviation is available as high resolution under “Display Options.” (Thanks, @queen-kitty, @titusweiss, @kaleidechse, @battlefairies, @yuukon, and several others who brought this up!)Fixed issues where typing in a URL in a Journals, comment, or Status Update would display the URL twice.Removed minimum character limit from Status Updates, allowing you to post a Status Update that just includes a deviation, gallery, video, or emoticon.You can now open and close Commissions from the individual Commission page.A “back to top” button added to galleries and browse pages.Badge pages are back!After posting a comment, the browser now scrolls to your comment.The toggle for Mature Content now reads “Show Mature Content” instead of “Mature Content” to prevent confusion. (Thanks for the tip, @rotane and @uszatyarbuz!)Fixed issue where tooltips would not display when hovering over the Add Deviation/Gallery/Video/Emoticon buttons on Comments, Journals, or Status Updates.Fixed issue where the “Send Note” button on profiles would open a new note with no recipient. (Thanks for spotting, @nominee84 and @mrs-durden!)Fixed issue where literature Daily Deviations displayed title twice. (Good catch, @3wyl!)The header image for Commissions is now centered.Updated the design of the “I’m open for commissions” button to make it look more prominent and clickable.Fixed issue where bolded text in comments would appear as a different color but not bold.After clearing out your notifications, the “no notifications here right now” message would be misaligned. (Thanks, @starlighthawk, @ikazon, and @sweetchimera!)Various other smaller bug fixes and changes.

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Eclipse Change Log: March 6, 2019As of this morning, Eclipse has been rolled out to more members of the community, including many of those who have joined the waitlist. In this week’s change log, we’re excited to announce lots of updates that have been highly requested by the community!WHAT'S NEWCustom SectionsCustom sections are now live! You can now add a Custom section to your Profile – add your own background, images, text, and more! (Note: Core Members will be able to add multiple Custom sections, but during this first release Custom sections are limited to one for all deviants.)Watch and Feedback ImprovementsOne of Eclipse's most popular requests is finally here! You can now remove and archive notifications in one click on both the Watch and Feedback pages.Add GIFs!When words or an image might not express what you want to say – you can now gif it! Add gifs to journals, status updates, comments – you name it! Spotlight a Single Deviation on Your ProfileShine a spotlight one of your own, or maybe another deviant you admire. All users can have a Spotlight section on their profile, and Core Members can have up to 5!Delete CommentsA highly requested feature! You can now remove comments posted on your Profile or deviation pages, as well as delete any comments you have personally left.CHANGE LOGWhen switching between Eclipse and the old site, you’re now kept on the page you were originally on.Hot Topic notifications are now part of Eclipse! Upon editing your bio in Eclipse for the first time, you will see a confirmation message before importing your old bio into the new bio editorFixed issue where emoticons could not be deleted using backspace. Upon uploading a vertical image as your profile cover art, you can now crop and reposition the imageFixed issue where comment sort order was not preserved after leaving the pageWhen returning to browse (or search) from a deviation page, you are now brought to a more accurate position in the browse results.Fixed issue where some GIFs could not be uploaded as an avatar.Fixed issue where emoticons and other formatting in bios would display as markup on the Home tab of your Profile.In addition to these updates and bug fixes are smaller improvements we’ve made as we continue to develop larger features in Eclipse. Stay tuned for more, and follow these steps to leave feedback:Switch to DeviantArt EclipseClick your avatarSelect “Give Your Feedback” to access our official form
Eclipse Change Log: December 12, 2018

This week, nearly the whole DeviantArt team — encompassing staff members from Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, Kiev, and Vancouver, to name a few — has come together at our HQ in Hollywood to focus on Eclipse and plan what’s in store for 2019.

As a reminder, we’re continuing to work on the bigger community feedback concerns — including customization and improvements to Feedback — and we hope to share more soon.

Since the holidays are coming up, and many people on our team are traveling or taking time off, we won’t have a change log to share for a short while. But we want to let you all know that we are continuing to review and analyze your feedback, and we look forward to sharing more updates with you early next year!

Change Log

Literature descriptions are back! (Popular request!)After replying to a comment in Feedback, the notification is now automatically removed. (Popular request!)Comment link pages now have "parent" and "top" buttons, and are now centered for easy readability. (Popular request!)Scraps are back!You can now mention a deviant just by typing (rather than selecting them from the list).The Gift dropdown on profile now tells you when you've already given them a llama or they are full of cake. Removed minimum character count in Status Updates and Journals, allowing deviants to share a post that simply includes a deviation, gallery, or video.

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