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ASCII art contest - win a DVD
DA's ASCII and ANSI galleries are dead and buried thanks to completely incompetent admins, but I know there are still some great ASCII artists here who are frustrated about the lack of attention their community receives.
I've held three ASCII/textmode art contests on DA before (in 2004, 2005 and 2007), the last of which was an official DA contest. I had already decided not to ever hold one again but ha, I changed my mind. What provoked this was me winning a second copy of the Dark Domain DVD by ACiD Productions, which contains over four megabytes of demoscene/artscene artpacks, diskmags and other stuff. As I don't need two of them, I decided that it would be fun to hold another contest. So, this one has just one prize:
1. Dark Domain DVD (mailed to your home anywhere in the world). I might add some surprise stuff to the parcel, but it's not guaranteed. Please note that you must give me your address in order to receive the prize!
Of course I accept prize donations, with one excep
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World Disability Day: LDN
Today is the world disability day. Probably not many people are even aware of this, but I think it's great that we've been given our own day. Of course, for many of us all 365 days of the year remind of our disability, so perhaps this occasion should be used to celebrate our abilities. As a medical writer I would particularly like to highlight a medical treatment most of you probably haven't heard of before, which can be very helpful for a number of disabilities, chronic illnesses and even conditions that would be considered terminal.
Low dose naltrexone (LDN)
History
Low dose naltrexone was pioneered by the neurologist Bernard Bihari in the early 1980s, when he was studying medications used for drug and alcohol withdrawal. Naltrexone is an opiate antagonist, which means that it blocks opioid receptors in the brain and thus eliminates the feeling of pleasure caused by e.g. drinking alcohol.
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TextCanvas - Textmode Art Spotlight
Special issue: For beginners
brought to you by diamondie and jSepia
The realm of digital art embodies many fascinating mediums. ANSI and ASCII art are two of the oldest and perhaps the least known ones. These low resolution artforms bear similarity to pixel art, with carefully crafted keystrokes serving as the equivalent of pixels. TextCanvas features the hidden gems of the ANSI and ASCII galleries.
Textmode art has gained new popularity on DA recently. The new Text Art gallery director lonnietaylor has managed to spark interest in many, even though he's just beginning to create work in the genre himself. Now that many deviants are discovering textmode art as spectators, TextCanvas invites them to practice it too. This issue is aimed at beginners; it includes a selection of resources about textmode art, explained in simple  words.
Tutorials
Just knowing how to type is enough to make textmode art. But when learning, a little push i
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TextCanvas - Textmode Art Spotlight
TextCanvas
brought to you by diamondie and jSepia
The realm of digital art embodies many fascinating mediums. ANSI and ASCII art are two of the oldest and perhaps the least known ones. These low resolution artforms bear similarity to pixel art, with carefully crafted keystrokes serving as the equivalent of pixels. TextCanvas features the hidden gems of the ANSI and ASCII galleries.
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Featured Artist
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Like many other great textmode artists, 4oqos hails from Germany. His ANSI work is creative and surreal, sometimes very abstract, sometimes highly conceptual. His gallery combines text logos and geometric designs with natural elements (especially clouds) with original and colorful results.

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News And You
dA’s news system has become a fantastic way for giving information without the hassle of moving through the middle man, your local GD or staff. However, in doing this we also lose a benefit; many GDs would look over and edit articles for mistakes, typos, and general errors of communication in your writing. So here are some standard questions you should ask yourself before submitting your article:
Is your spelling correct?
A spell checker doesn’t necessarily cover every detail, but it’s a good place to start. Word processing programs such as Microsoft Word come with a built-in spell checker to help you find errors in your article. If you don’t have MS Word or a similar program, sites like this: www.spellcheck.net offer such services for free.
Even with this extra step, there are some things a spell checker won’t check – such as word misuse. There and their or your and you’re are both common examples of words that can be misused in a sentence tha
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Underlooked Abstract and Surreal 1: November 5,
Every week or two I'll be putting together a collection of underlooked abstract and surreal artwork and photography (I'm defining "underlooked" as "less than 300 views" if it was overlooked the views would be higher, right? ;) ). As this is my first time doing this feature, today's highlights could be anything - anything at all. Starting tomorrow I'll be collecting a few each day that catch my eye! If you see something good this week and want to see it featured, send a note to me with a link to the deviation.
Abstract Art
Abstract art is intended to evoke a feeling by the use of shape, color and imagery. The best abstract art will not represent actual objects such as candlesticks or rocket ships, but instead let the viewer's imagination run free and interpret what they see as they wish. When looking for good examples of abstract art, I think of Miro, Mondrian, Kandinksy, and Klee. Also, when I look for good abstract art, I look at framing and arrangement of the elements, colo
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jSepia
J. S.
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Chile
Current Residence: Santiago, Chile
Favourite style of art: Surrealism (literary surrealism too)
Operating System: Sabayon Linux
Skin of choice: ASCII Winamp by Jerm123321
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heavenriver Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Um... you still there? ;P
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tigerkirby Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2010
you make ids right..or avitars
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IncredibleCheese Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Could you please reply to me so you know what kind of avatar i wanted?
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IncredibleCheese Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Umm, nevermind i think i can make it specific as i can. Can you please make an avatar of Psy-Crow and this character ([link]) putting their arm on each other's back like Psy-Crow on the left and The other cartoon on the right please? heres a little demo ([link])

-Thank you
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IncredibleCheese Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wait, nvm. i figured out how to make a Picture ID using a resizer
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