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Adventurer: In search of lost creatures - Contest
Welcome to The-Imaginarium Photomanipulation competition. This journal describes the rules for the contest. Please read it carefully.
Our theme, Adventurer: In search of lost creatures, is a great theme for you to create your own adventure, there are several creatures that have not yet been discovered, so what are you waiting to start a great adventure? and be the first to discover a creature never seen before.
At your entry you should show an adventurer and a creature, use your creativity and impress everyone.
Bullet Blue As always our Big contests, the competitors' entries are divided by levels, such as Advanced and Intermediate/Beginner. In this way everyone can participate and have a fair chance to win.
Bullet Blue What will be judged is ABILITY and not your experience TIME, then no matter how many years or months you use Photoshop, in a contest what is judged is your ENTRY, so what you ha
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Imagine It THIS Way...CLOSED!
judging will now commence.
There are very few entries, and a lot of points to be won. ;)
Have you ever just closed your eyes and allowed your imagination to fully consume you?
What would the world be like if you did this for a split second, and opened your eyes to
find that all of your imagination had leaked out into reality? Would inanimate objects suddenly
be just as alive as humans? Would humans be inanimate objects? Would natural roles be reversed,
where we looked up into the ocean, and walked across the sky?
What would happen if there was more to the sights we see every day, than just what we were
seeing with our eyes? Could you imagine what it would be like to find a bustling metropolis
thriving, trading, socializing and growing just beneath the roots of your favorite flowers? What
if all along, we (humanity as we perceive it) were never truly alone...what if everything we have ever
imagined has always been just beneath our nose? What w
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Hello Everyone and good morning.
First of all, I want to welcome all our new members who join our new group
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With a new changes and a very amazing administration we will work harder
on getting this group to the top.
 I hope that this contest will be for your fun and enjoyment.
If you not a member you should join us now,

in order to have a privilege to share your wonderful art and participate in our events. :heart:
C O N T E S T  T H E M E :

As we going forward , the halloween is very close, and what is better and fun than this event. A lot of people love and enjoy Halloween ,
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CLOSED-Photomanipulation Contest - Zodiac
Contest is closed - judging in progress
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Only 11 days left!!
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Hi, everyone! :wave:
So, it's time for another photomanip contest! :eager:
The theme of this one is the zodiac. It is one often used; however, rather than just focusing on the star zodiac (Aries, Capricorn, Aquarius, etc.), I thought it would be interesting to incorporate other types of zodiacs. I have found pages that give information on some of the more well-known ones (however, you are welcome to dig as deep as you'd like and go further than the ones shown below):
Astrological zodiac:
Celtic Tree:
Egyptian zodiac:
You are welcome to incorporate more than one zodiac into your entry (in fact, you're encouraged to!).
For example, I'm an Aquarius, born in the Y
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August Photomanip Challenge
August theme: Playing with Fire
Hi guys, did you miss your favourite challenges? I bet you did! :omgomg: llama. 
I hope the long, summer months are treating you well and you're relaxing somewhere by the seaside or living through fantastic adventures. :beach: If you're not, though, then I'm sure you're going to be interested in partaking in the fresh, new photomanip challenge - Playing with Fire (big kudos to Aeirmid for suggesting the theme some time ago). 
Don't forget to credit all stock used and use only legitimate stock! 
Only ONE entry per person per month. :) (Smile)
To enter, turn in your deviation to the "August Challenge" gallery folder (Don't get this confused with the folder for regular art submissions, or
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January Challenge and December Winner!
January Theme: New Beginning
How are you guys in the New Year? I hope you've had a great time this New Year's Eve and are looking forward to new challenges and surprises! Everything is beginning once more; did you make any resolutions? And at last, this brings me to this month's theme - New Beginning!
What can you portray? Let's think about it - is a beginning of a new season? Is a brave hero beginning an adventure? Is a wanderer setting off on the road to the unknown? Is a child being born? Or maybe someone is being raised from the dead? Or dying? Is someone in the process of creating a new, wonderful world?
As you can see, there is really a myriad of ways to interpret January's theme - be creative! Surprise us with your vision, open a new and wondrous chapter and have fun while creating the potential winner of this months challenge. :)
Don't forget to credit all stock used and use only legitimate stock!
Only ONE entry per person per month. :)
To enter,
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Open Challenges - Photomanipulation

Contests hosted by me and The-Imaginarium 

Deadline - July

Bullet Blue ~LIFE Conte$T~ - O{pen June -30 July 28
Bullet Blue July Challenge
Deadline - August
Bullet Blue The Big Friendly Giant Contest!-2 MONTHS LEFT!

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Eleven.. Cover Contest! CLOSED!

So, for as long as I can remember I've had access to the most incredible range of books, from novels, tall tales and everything in between; all of those I've read (and I'm sure you all agree) it's most frequently their covers you immediately think of when you hear their titles.  It goes without saying that a picture tells a thousands words, and cover art, for that specific reason has to grab the reader by the eyeballs and hold their attention right through to the very last page in a yummy, captivating smorgasbord of plot teasers, incredible characters and dreamy (or dystopian) landscapes. Essentially, book cover p0rn :D
Visiting bookshops used to be as much about the cover art as it was about the text on the pages, which is why these days seeing the dozens of dreary, completely plain covers which do absolutely NOTHING to sell the book leaves me a little cold.  Further I just can't understand why publishers are going in this direction. :shrug:
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When you ask about book covers don't
I have a lot of inquires about using stock for book covers as well as other commercial works. Inquiries come from a number of different sources including: publishing companies, designers, and sometimes from the authors themselves. Here is some of the things I have noticed about a lot of these messages that are more damaging then helpful, and un professional. Please understand that this isn't about anyone in general nor do I feel anyone is being rude or disrespectful purposefully. I thought it would be helpful for the people inquiring and for other stock artists on DA. 

One of the biggest things I see is asking if the price listed is correct, and then giving a much lower number that you have paid for other stock. 
  -If I or any other stock provider has set a price it's because that is the price they feel comfortable offering. It's     usually lower then they should offer, and telling them inadvertently it's too high is deva
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CLOSED - Photomanipulation Contest - Mythology
UPDATE: Hi, everyone. Sorry for the silence. Things have been hectic this past week. I was hoping to have the winners announced by now, but I haven't had a lot of time online, and I won't have more until the middle of next week. The announcement will not be any later than next Wednesday, that I can promise.
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Based on the results of a previous poll, the popular choice for the contest theme is Mythology.
"Mythology can refer either to the collected myths of a group of people—their body of stories which they tell to explain nature, history, and customs—or to the study of such myths. As a collection of such stories, mythology is an important feature of every culture."
For this contest, you are invited to create an entry based around your favorite god, goddess, mythological creature, etc. However, you are encouraged to break out of the box a bit and work around a myth you are not familiar with, or one that i
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REMINDER - New Contest: Hell's Belles
What is this?
This is a brief contest, meaning that you will have only one month to complete it. It is a personal contest, meaning I'm doing this on my own, and it's not the huge project/contest to which I alluded in an earlier post. That's still coming.
This contest will run from March 7th to April 6th, 2015. It is something I've wanted to do for a while to meet new people and to get people involved in the community.
Who can enter?
I will only accept photomanipulations, digital mixed media work, and digital paintings/drawings. These are the only media I feel comfortable judging. I apologize to those of you who do not use these media.
The theme of this contest is Hell's Belles. The theme is indeed a pun on "hells bells," so you can rock out to AC/DC's iconic song as you contemplate your entry. (See above.)
By "Hell's Belles," I am referring to women who roc
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Contest: Depth and Perspective! - Closed
Last update: 4/24/22 - DATE EXTENDED to the 1st of May do to the request of multiple people.  
In this contest your goal is to create a photo manipulation, or mixed media piece that focuses on creating an interesting depth of field and perspective!
That is your main goal! Pieces will be judged on overall concept and technique, but the use of depth and perspective will be that main focus! Meaning adding a few blurred out branches in the foreground might not cut it!
depth of field


the distance between the nearest and the furthest objects that give an image judged to be in focus in a camera.
the art of drawing solid objects on a two-dimensional surface so as to give the right impression of their height, width, depth, and position in relation to each other when viewed from a particular point.
- Must be crea
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Some things we should talk about
This journal is here to highlight, debug and bust some myths for you all of stuff that goes on ALL the time, and is in part spurred by some recent events that leave me somewhat baffled and perplexed over some of the behavior we've been recently seeing across the DA communities, particularly Stock & Resources, and Photomanip since we work so closely together (and its apparently time I wrote a new wall of text to you all.)
Every community has them.  Those constant "issues" that make people angry and frustrated. Sometimes they can be easily solved with a little effort, and other times something just snaps and causes reactions that are far and away over the top.  Here are some of our top faves.
Its time for everyone to take a nice soothing deep breath, its a long one!
There will be a test at the end. :stare:
OMG WHY DID YOU SEND YOUR REPLY TO PirateLotus-Stock and CelticStrm-Stock AS WELL??
Hello, welcome to TEAM Stock and Resources!
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'Dark Winter Tale' contest (closed)
Hey guys! :merry christmas:
Not long ago I had my first contest - it was very successful and now I decided to start another one (:
The cold season is around the corner so I thought a winter theme would be nice
The theme is:
snowflake   snowflake   snowflake   snowflake   snowflake   snowflake   snowflake   snowflake  
snowflake DARK  WINTER  TALE   
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How to stay Motivated
How to stay Motivated. 
I’m writing this article for the type of people who say that just can’t find motivation to:
Make a portfolio
Finish a painting
Work on their personal project
I got three tips I’m about to write, and it’s just advice and things that I found useful for myself. If you are capable to do any of these things you should definitely try them.
Tip 1
Fear. Get rid of it. If you are fearful of the outcome it will unmotivate you immediately. Just finish whatever it is and think about how you can improve after. If you can’t see what you need to improve ask someone else to tell you. There is always room to improve, and if you go into a critique with an open mind you will grow exponentially.
Think of it like this. If you were running one lap, and half way through you stopped because you were afraid you were going to throw up or pass out, you will never really know how fast you can run that lap. You didn’t push yours
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"Brave New World" Contest Entries

A new dawn by Rui-Abel A new dawn :iconrui-abel:Rui-Abel 158 40 In the hunt by Rapc In the hunt :iconrapc:Rapc 4 0 To Boldly Go by theguineacats To Boldly Go :icontheguineacats:theguineacats 17 6 New Town by adrianamusettidavila New Town :iconadrianamusettidavila:adrianamusettidavila 147 50 Contact! by CharllieeArts Contact! :iconcharllieearts:CharllieeArts 96 92 WaterWorld by VertigoEBC WaterWorld :iconvertigoebc:VertigoEBC 63 15 NY 3017 by Mr-Ripley NY 3017 :iconmr-ripley:Mr-Ripley 348 194 Loneliness by RenatoSs Loneliness :iconrenatoss:RenatoSs 65 17 The Savior by niyya00 The Savior :iconniyya00:niyya00 60 48 Brave New World by amethystmoonsong Brave New World :iconamethystmoonsong:amethystmoonsong 10 5 New World by silviya New World :iconsilviya:silviya 103 43 3017 A.D. by RankaStevic 3017 A.D. :iconrankastevic:RankaStevic 461 158 What Have We Done by hankep What Have We Done :iconhankep:hankep 109 39 Breaking and Entering by Pendragon-Arts Breaking and Entering :iconpendragon-arts:Pendragon-Arts 263 163 Mask n Dream 04 by caddman Mask n Dream 04 :iconcaddman:caddman 81 52

Photomanip Articles & Tutorials

Photomanipulation for Beginners
an article about what photomanipulation is and what you need to try it - and on the ever so important issue of "where do I get pictures to play with?"

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Of Copyright & Premades
is an article that strives to explain what copyright means, who it protects and that simply putting work into something will not make using something without permission okay.
Know your Basics - article series:
A series of articles that try to explain some basics in art that you may or may not have heard of before but didn't know what to do with them. All of them are written especially for photo- manipulators, but the principles should hold true in any genre.

--> Know your basics - Colour Theory <--
--> Know your basics - Composition <--
--> Know your basics - Perspective <--
--> Know your basics - Textures <--
Tutorial Treasury
Article series that features a handful of tutorials in each issue

--> 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 <--
Photomanipulation Tutorials @ kuschelirmel-stock

The Lighting Tutorial - Part 1 by kuschelirmel-stock ManipT+T -- Blending+Stitching by kuschelirmel-stock ManipT+T Layer Masks Explained by kuschelirmel-stock Manip Tips + Tricks: Pen Tool by kuschelirmel-stock Walkthrough - The Cathedral by kuschelirmel-stock Flood it -Tutorial- by kuschelirmel-stock

These are just a small excerpt from my tutorial gallery
at my stock & resources account

Overview: Photoshop / Photomanipulation Tutorials


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My little friend... by Michel-Lag-Chavarria My little friend... :iconmichel-lag-chavarria:Michel-Lag-Chavarria 200 60 Power to the penguins ... by HannahChapman Power to the penguins ... :iconhannahchapman:HannahChapman 267 52 Soul's Joy by DuirwaighStudios Soul's Joy :iconduirwaighstudios:DuirwaighStudios 55 5


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Photomanip Weekend
Photoshop has a great arsenal of tools that let you work non-destructively. Let's take a look at three of the most important options.

1. Layer & Vector Masks

Have you ever cut something out using the eraser only to find out later (when your undos are no longer available) that you cut too much? Use Layer and Vector Masks instead of the eraser! 

  • A Layer Mask (Layer > Layer Mask > Add Layer Mask) is a raster mask that can go from white through grey to black: anything you paint black will become invisible, anything white is visible and all greys are degrees of opacity. You can use any brush to paint on it or you can use a gradient to get soft transitions. In addition, you can add a layer mask from an existing selection. Layer Masks can be refined using a special tool, too (double click on the mask thumbnail) to help you refine or soften edges.

Layer Masks by kuschelirmel

  • A Vector Mask (Layer > Vector Mask > Add Vector Mask) is the vector equivalent to a layer mask. On it, you use vector paths to mask out what should be visible or invisible. You can create vector masks from existing paths, too.

Vector Masks by kuschelirmel

2. Smart Objects

This is a great thing if you like to keep total control at all times (and don't mind the large file sizes of the resulting psd). Basically, a Smart Object is a psd file within your actual psd. For example, you can create one from a number of layers (or groups of layers) and they will then behave as if they were one object. To create one, go to Layer > Smart Objects > Convert to Smart Object. To access its content you need to double-click on the layer's thumbnail in the layer's palette. Once inside, change what you like and save the file before exiting and the Object will update with your changes.

I use these for three main things:

  • Unlimited resizing & easy access: Before I place a model on the canvas, I cut it out very roughly and just mask out most of what I don't need with a simple layer mask (usually from a selection created with the quick mask tool). Then I create a Smart Object from it at full size. This way, I can scale it down and if I later find I need it bigger after all, I can scale it back up again without loss of quality. Also, I can start adding as many layers on top as I like. Once I know I will keep the model, I double click on the thumbnail to access the content. There I can cut it out precisely without any distractions on top (and at original size so I don't need a microscope to go around all the tiny details).

  • Smart transform / filter / adjust: If I need to make adjustments to the model (or any other smart object of course), for example pose her arms differently, I usually use the Puppet Warp Tool (Edit > Puppet Warp). It lets you put pins in all over the object so that when you move one of them, the rest will stay where it is. On any normal object, you need to undo this if you don't like the outcome, but on a Smart Object, you can access the puppet warp (or any other transformation, adjustment or filter applied) at any time you like and change it. To do so, simply double-click the transformation (or filter) in the layer's palette.

  • Update multiple instances at once: If I have something I know I want to have multiple times in my image, for example lamps in a tree, I duplicate the original Smart Object and distribute the items where I want them to be. Then if I need to make an adjustment to the lamp (finalize cutting it out, adding colour corrections, etc), I access any one of the smart objects, change it, save it and voilá, all of them will update along! You just need to be careful about what you put inside the smart object since once you have it in the smart object, all will blend with the blend mode "normal" in your main image. That means that the glow for the lamp (set to Hard Light for example) will only blend on the lamp and outside it will look like it's just a layer that does not blend properly, making the whole thing look seriously off. Therefore you need to do the glow on the main image and not inside the smart object!

Smart Objects by kuschelirmel

3. Adjustment Layers

Adjustments are the things like Hue/Saturation, Color Balance, Levels or Curves that have the power to give your image the finishing touches or help blend individual layers into your composition. Now if you have a Smart Object, you can go to Image > Adjustments > *adjustment of choice* and it will be added as a "smart adjustment" that you can access like the puppet warp or the filters described above at any time to tweak the look. But what if you want to affect all layers or at least all below a certain level? In that case, you can use an Adjustment Layer (Layer > New Adjustment Layer > *adjustment of choice*) to add it to your layers palette. It also has a Layer Mask already attached that you can get creative with! Of course, you can also add a Vector Mask in addition.

Non-destructive editing is one of the greatest assets in Photoshop, so if you can incorporate some of the above in your workflow I feel that you have made a big step toward better images - since non-destructive editing means having the power to tweak everything at will without having to use the undo function.

I hope this little article helps you in your creative endeavours and I would love to hear your thoughts on it:

  • Do you already use these features?
  • If so, what are your favourites and what do you use them for?
  • If not, what do you think will have the most impact on your work once you give the technique a try?
  • Are there any more non-destructive editing techniques not mentioned here that you frequently use and would like to share?



PS: the layer palette screenshots used in the examples above belong to the following images:

Layer Masks: Autumn Glow

Autumn Glow by kuschelirmel

Vector Masks:
In the Dark of Night

In the Dark of Night by kuschelirmel

Smart Objects: Haunted Forest

Haunted Forest by kuschelirmel

Adjustment Layers: Lost Without You

Lost Without You by kuschelirmel


I've been asked to contribute to Photomanip Weekend (28./29.4. - ) @ projecteducate - so what would you be most interested in, tutorial-wise? 

25 deviants said Turning day into night in Photoshop
13 deviants said Different ways of changing colours in Photoshop
12 deviants said The power of Smart Objects - another layer of non-destructive editing in Photoshop
4 deviants said Something else? [please comment]
1 deviant said Maybe some specific technique from my recent art? [which? please comment]


Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Hi there,
I'm Jasmin - I'm an engineer who loves pretty things,
above all butterflies and photomanips*.
I used to be the gallery mod for the photomanipulation category in 2006/07 and from Nov 2010 to April 2012.

* and chocolate of course, I almost forgot chocolate!
Please Note:
  • I often don't have much time during the week, so answers to comments and notes will be slow - I do read every single comment and I do try to answer all in a timely fashion, but sometimes it can take a week or two.
  • My artwork is not available for free and I don't do commissions.
    • If you want images you can drag through photoshop, feel free to take those available at kuschelirmel-stock.
    • If you like my work and want to share it, use the share buttons, don't repost!
    • I am currently unavailable for licensing - you'll have to find someone else's art to use! I have a full time job and this is my hobby and it should stay my hobby, anything else is just too stressful.
  • I can no longer give DDs! Please send your photomanip suggestions to the current volunteer!


Arc de Triomphe
~ Paris, August 2018 ~

A long weekend in Paris - sounds actually more prestigious than it is in our case because we live in Germany right next to the French border and can be in 2 hours 40 minutes in Paris by train (oh and at work I always need to add "for a vacation, not on a buisness trip" when I say I go to Paris - I work for a French company whose head office is in Paris). I don't know if you knew, but Europe is currently in a heat wave the likes of which is very rare. So despite the sun going down, it was still more than 30 °C that evening... I have never spent so much money on water ;)

Anyway, what is not pictured, are the what feöt like 3 million other tourists trying to get a shot (mostly selfies, mostly disregarding the fact that you could easily be run over by a car if you're not careful) - but still, it's Paris. And I'm sure what will remain as memory is this kind of shot and the crowds and humidity will fade with time :love:

Probably not the last pic from the trip - #sorrynotsorry :D
And as soon as I get around to it, there will also be a blog entry on to show some extra pics.

Nikon D7200 + 10-24 mm lense + trpod --> long exposure (which was actually not all that long since there was still light out) :heart:

As always: My art is NOT your stock, so hands off! You cannot use this. But if you want to get your hands on some pics you are welcome to use, hop on over to my stock account: kuschelirmel-stock
Look At The Stars
Look at the stars, look how they shine for you...
~ Coldplay

Trying to catch yesterday's Blood Moon wasn't so easy since there was quite a lot of humidity in the air and lots of clouds covering the horizon. But I managed to catch some shots anyway :woot: and this is the result of a composite of two images shot a little while apart with different settings, but from the same spot on the same night.

Nikon D7200 + 70-300 mm lense + 18-105 mm lense + tripod and remote timer for the long exposure :heart:

My art is not your stock, so hands off! If you want to get some images you are more than welcome to use, please visit kuschelirmel-stock where I share quite a lot of resources.

Look At The Stars Composite Originals
These two images, shot on the same night from the same spot, a little while apart & with different camera settings, are the basis for this image:

Look At The Stars by kuschelirmel

Please leave any comments on the composite :)
This image has been a long time in the making - the model was shot by me in March and since then, there was always something keeping me from doing something with it (no time, no energy,...) Glad it finally worked out :heart:

Details and Before & After available on my blog:…

You can also follow me on [ facebook | instagram | my website & blog | my stock account kuschelirmel-stock | youtube   ]  if you like - I post different things to each of these channels.

Stock Credits:

Model: Nathis LifeStyle – Beauty on Tour / Visa: Ke Vo / Organisation & Support: Michael Vogel Photography / Location: Fotomietstudio Vogel / Support: Robert Nowotny

Other Stock: nebulae & stars cosmicspark + StarsColdNight + PaulineMoss | moon pixabay | rest was painted

My art is NOT your stock! So hands off! If you want to get your hands on some images, I share quite a lot on my stock account kuschelirmel-stock



My gallery is copyrighted (c) Jasmin Junger. None of the images may be used without consent. I do license my images for book covers, cd covers and the like - please contact me via e-mail kuschelirmel<at> to discuss details. I do not give away my art for free!

Deviousness Award

Deviousness Award
A former volunteer with the Artist Relations team, `kuschelirmel has always been a wonderful role model within the community.
With a vibrant and eclectic gallery that would make anyone proud, her dedication to providing informative and easy to follow tutorials, journal CSS, and inspirational stock is clearly long overdue for recognition.
Join us in congratulating Jasmin in being awarded this month's Deviousness Award.
-awarded August 2008


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Malleni-Stock Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
wave remake Hi there! I thought you might be interested in this little
photomanipulation contest I'm currently hosting:

Rose Thank you for your time! Have a nice day Pat pat
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specialized666 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2018  Professional General Artist
Hi, have an awesome day  :happybounce:
adrianamusettidavila Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2018  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank You by Undead-Academy   Kingdom of the Dark Souls by adrianamusettidavila
drksnt Featured By Owner May 31, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful gallery and great photo manipulations! Also love the stock account!!! Keep up the great work!!!!
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caddman Featured By Owner May 20, 2018  Professional General Artist

thank you
for the faves and support...:) (Smile)

cheers and a nice day 2u

don't worry it's a magic trick :Mass Rotation: On the Ball
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WhimsicalBlue Featured By Owner May 16, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you Jasmin for the fave, much appreciated..:heart:
gigi50 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Snowflake - Free Avvie by r0se-designs Dathanksforwatch by Sugaree-33 Jasmin :iconsomehugsplz:
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isolophobee Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2018
You're art makes me so envious. You're freaking amazing!
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linux-rules Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
hello:happybounce:, thank you for using this icon I adapted to dA: Inprnt (black) Icon ultramini 1/2, have a llama.
There are some links that may be interesting for you:
-Tips/FAQ #577: How do I use the Search?. With this one you can search emoticons of mine or works of other artists.
-Here are some extra tips.
-You don't need to watch me (+info).
-If you need any icon tell me.
I hope this comment didn't bother you.
Hi! greetings!
The-ALLSTARR Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
moin moin!
wirklich tolle artworks! erstmal alles in ruhe anschauen...
nice nice!
watch und einige fav.

greetz aus hamburg
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