I am so happy one of the artists I follow shared this opportunity with their followers, because Naussi (https://www.deviantart.com/naussi)'s art is absolutely gorgeous. This is a great chance at some beautiful art, and (if you're like me and somehow missed her gallery until now) a chance to follow a fantastic artist.
Seriously! Look at this gorgeous work!
:heart: Good luck to anyone who enters! :heart:
And now for Part II of the dAhub (https://www.deviantart.com/dahub) features! (If you missed Part I and have no idea what I'm talking about, you can find it here.)
*Maximko (https://www.deviantart.com/maximko) Maximko (https://www.deviantart.com/maximko)'s portraits and pinups have a soft, light quality that contrasts wonderfully with his earlier, darker and edgier works. Hyper-realism is becoming increasingly popular, and his take gives it a softer, gentler edge than some artists. As a bonus, he posts the progress pages for other artists to see how his works develop.
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:iconverceline: Vyrosk (https://www.deviantart.com/vyrosk) is another animal/anthro artist I would have never discovered without dAhub (https://www.deviantart.com/dahub). The focused use of light, saturated color,
I'm looking to be more active on deviantART, so the other night I joined .dAhub (https://www.deviantart.com/dahub). I found them through a contest group I belong to, and I was initially a bit skeptical, because the account is a bot and the contest prizes for their current contest are much better than most of the user-run contests I've come across.
It turns out, dAhub (https://www.deviantart.com/dahub) is not that bad of a deal! It works similar to the way WebRings worked back in the day (and yes, I just dated myself; if you don't know what a WebRing is, get off my lawn :p). The main difference is that you're not forever chained to the same group of users! The Watch, Fav and Llama groups change out fr