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Well, hello newbie :wave:

Whether you've created art and are looking for an online platform to share it with, or joined the online community in order to share your yet-to-be-made art, DeviantArt is definitely the place to start, improve and excel.

But how does this thing called "DA" actually work? Let's take a look at the basics.

Starting out on DeviantArt

Congratulations, you have created a profile on DeviantArt. Maybe you've already explored the website with a fine-toothed comb before creating your account, perhaps you've created it in a spur-of-the-moment idea and don't know where to go from here. You know how to globally find art on this infinite website, and you know how to submit your own art. In each, you've probably stumbled upon DeviantArt's many categories. But what do they entail? I've delved into DA's most important categories to give you an idea.

Choose the category for your art wisely - don't be a miscat!
For a guide on preventing miscategorization, read projecteducate wrap-up of their Gallery Descriptions and Miscats here.

Already know what you're looking for in regards to category? Use the "Find" hotkey (CTRL+F or Command+F) or scroll at leisure.

Either way, prepare yourself for a lengthy journal.

Manga and Anime

Manga is a defined style of art with very characteristic traits to it. It often tell a story, that originally comes in black and white comic pages. When Manga is put into motion, it becomes animation or more aptly named, Anime.
Divided first into media (digitally or traditionally made) and secondly, style (drawing, painting, etc.)
Find a full explanation here.

Asui tsuyu - My Hero Academia by IcaroLQMakoto by DAV-19


Anthro stands for anthropomorphism, the attribution of human characteristics and qualities to non-human beings, objects and (super)natural phenomena.
Divided first into media (digitally or traditionally made) and secondly, style (drawing, painting, etc.)

Dust and Fire by pandapacoChristmas icon 2 by teranen

Artisan Crafts

Art that is created by hand that is either functional or entirely decorative.
The processes used to create a three-dimensional object in which layers of material are formed under computer control to create an object.
The same as explained above, but in a tangible way such as costumes and masks, and props and accessories.
Architectural Models
Creating virtual or tangible models that illustrate actual building or buildings-to-be.
Basketry and Weavings
Anything woven, whether by hand or on a loom; baskets and other woven reed creations; dreamcatchers; other woven art. Knitted and crocheted crafts belong in the textiles gallery under and appropriate sub-category such as clothing or accessories.
Ceramics, Pottery and Clay
Works using mediums, such as clay, ceramic, synthetic sculpting compounds, papier-mache, sand, etc.
Costume garments, props, masks and accessories made to portray a character or object and include historical re-enactment, period, cosplay, fantasy and, LARPing.
Culinary Arts
Food that is prepared and presented artistically. Items are usually edible but they can also be meant as decoration.
Dolls, Plushies and Custom Toys
Hard-bodied and soft-bodied original dolls; customized purchased dolls and ball-jointed dolls (BJDs); plushies; customized My Little Ponies (MLPs); customized purchased figured (action figures, munnys, dunnys, etc.). Dolls made from either pre-made based or completely custom dolls of porcelain, plastic, etc.
Flower Arrangements
Flowers, foliage, and other plant material arranged in bouquets, vases, bowls, baskets, or other containers.
Folding and Papercraft
The art of folding and cutting paper to create objects of a 3D nature such as origami, dioramas, and other art work.
Works using glass as the medium, whether by using a furnace, kiln, torch, acid, or abrasive and polishing methods, including heat-worked furnace and blown glass, fused glass, slumped glass, lampworking and cold-worked glass (etching, carving, cutting, sanding, grinding, sawing, laminating, faceting, etc.), stained glass, painted glass, pate de verre, enameling, molding, etc.
Jewelry is any piece worn to adorn the body (other than clothes) and is meant mainly for personal decoration. It can be made out of any material, style, size and shape. It includes but it's not limited to earrings, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, rings, head and hair accessories, pins, and brooches.
Leatherworking using leather, suede, faux leather, or fur as a medium and including stamped flat pieces like belts to meticulously shape and stitch objects such as sandals, saddles, bags, clothing, chaps, etc.
Metal work involving the use of heat, including all blades, such as knives, swords, cutlery, etc. blacksmithing; and any kind of metal forming without the use of heat, which would include repousse/chasing/embossing and engraving; also chain mail and armor.
Miniatures are copies or models of things, made on a small scale.
Art created through a needlework technique like knitting, crochet, cross stitch, latch hook, etc.
Miscellaneous Artisan Crafts that do not suit any other subcategory.
Art created by using fabric and natural woven materials including fashion/costume construction and hairpieces like wigs and falls.
Artisan crafts created using wood as a medium and can include carvings, turnings, constructs (such as furniture, decks, wood patios, wood-frame buildings and other shelters, etc.), pyrography, marquetry/intarsia etc.
For the original break-down of the AC category, go here.

Dreamcatcher Gaze of Kalecgos by miaushka-workshopEaster 2018 decoration - small basket 1. by Angi-Shy

Lavender Marshmallow Mousse by theresahelmerSafe Haven by Twystedroots
Bee Hummingbird - Paper cut birds by NVillustration~ LITTLE HUMMERS ~ by suziewinkler
Ocean of stars by AlviaAlcedoTwilight Lily Gown by Firefly-Path
Bead doll: Zelda (Breath of the Wild) by crafty-maikaRusty Gray Gryphongem by windfalcon
Gift - Octopus Ornament by PepperTreeArt
Hobbit-hole 1of4 by HaketePARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE ~  by suziewinkler

Hand Painted 3D Printed Sugar Skull Owl by KillerKatDesignsWooden Keychain Cat And Wolf by ChibiPyro
Fire kitsune by hontorNeedle Felted Caracal by YuliaLeonovich
Victorian Art Nouveau bridal gown,Somnia Romantica by SomniaRomanticaEgyptian Cat Fursuit Costume Partial by The-SixthLeafClover

Cartoons and Comics

A cartoon is a single panel image usually used to convey an idea. A comic is a story told using sequential panel images.
Divided first into media (digitally or traditionally made) secondly in type (cartoon or comic) and thirdly, style (drawing, painting, etc.)

PINK by KonoiraAfrica -Page 140 by ARVEN92

Digital Art

Every artwork created with the use and/or help of digital software and tools. Said in simple words: art you create with a computer (or other devices like a tablet or even a cellphone) and usually with the help of tools like a mouse, a pen and tablet or even a trackpad, etc.

3-Dimensional Art
3D art is created by manipulating polygon meshes and molding them into objects, characters, and scenes.
Digital art animations, only GIFs.
Drawings and Paintings
Art created through the use of digital programs and tools that simulate traditional drawings and paintings, a two dimensional presentation of a character, object or scene. Just like its Traditional counterpart, there is a wide variety of different styles of drawings, from those cartoony looking with very visible linearts and marked colors to those who step in the borderline of being considered paintings, and of paintings, like impressionism and hyperrealism.
Fractal Art
Fractal Art is a genre concerned with fractals—shapes or sets characterized by self affinity (small portions of the image resemble the overall shape) and an infinite amount of detail, at all scales. Fractals are typically created on a digital computer, using an iterative numerical process.  
Mixed Media
Digital Mixed Media is meant to hold deviations that have been created using at least two DIGITAL art forms: Paintings/Drawings/Airbrushing, Photomanipulation, 3-Dimensional, Fractals and Vectors/Vexels. There is a misconception that this category is meant for artworks combining traditional and digital elements, however this is not true, as Traditional Art also has its own Mixed Media sub-category.
Photomanipulations are images that have been composed of two or more photographic elements to create something new. In order for an artwork to be considered as Photomanipulation it needs to be composed of two different images combining. No simple changing of hues, applying filters, etc. They must be from photographs, i.e. not brushes or paint and the end result must be more than enhancing a photograph. The product is completely separate and distinguishable from its parts.
Pixel Art
Art created hand laying individual pixels one at a time. In simple words: the artist creates the artwork pixel by pixel through the use of a raster based program, for example, Photoshop. In the older days there was also the characteristic of limiting the palette to just a few colors, this due mainly because of the technological limitations of those years, however nowadays Pixel Art can be created using more varied palettes.
Commonly known as '3-D' is a method of creating an image which creates an illusion of depth. This works by showing a slightly offset picture to your left eye than your right eye, making things appear further forward or back into the picture. Stereoscopy can be photography, drawings, sculpture, anything as long as it somehow offers a different image to each eye in order to create something with the illusion of depth.
Text Art
Text art is imagery in which type either stands out on its own or relays a message through its visual appearance.
Typography is the art and technique of arranging type, designing a type face or modifying letters. The arrangment of type involves choosing a typeface, setting a font size and line height, adjusting spaces between words (tracking) and letters (kerning) and many more things.
Art created in a vector-based program. Vector art is the use of primitives such as Points, Lines and Curves. The vector programs keeps track of the relationship between these primitives. This allows the images created, to be scaled and rescaled without loosing quality or becoming pixelated. This is in opposition to "raster (or bitmap) graphics" which is an image represented by a collection of pixels.
Art created in a raster based program like Photoshop in the style of a vector that consists of shapes. Vexels are layered shapes made on raster layers, filled with solid colour or gradients and look similar to vectors. The main difference between vexel and vector is that vexels are made on raster layers and vectors are made on vector layers. In other words: a vexel looks like a vector, but if you rescale it, it will get pixelated.
Find more information here.

Dreamy tree by EllysiumnIn your hands 03 by LimKis
Ocean Eyes by cutgut
Metamorphosis (Commission) + Video by Nikulina-HelenaCeremonial 3 by wlop
Dusk Till Dawn by MaaniDieMon
Tyrannosaurus rex by damir-g-martinWe are approaching Earth by marijeberting

Fan Art

Artworks that are based on or contain material such as characters, settings, concepts or universes in general that are copyrighted to someone else other than the artist creating said fan artwork.
Divided firstly into type (Anthro, Cartoons & Comics, Digital Art, Manga & Anime, Traditional Art and Wallpaper), secondly in media (digitally or traditionally made) and thirdly, the original fandom origin (Books & Novels, Games, Movies & TV, Other).
When debating whether your art should firstly go into one of the categories in which Fan Art occurs, first consider whether your art depicts a character you didn't create. If it does, it should always go in the Fan Art category. Secondly, did you create a new character in a pre-existing fandom? It is part of said fandom, so should also always be submitted to Fan Art.

May pic!! by TonyCrynight
Lilo and Stitch by larienneDisney Princess Battle Royale : YouTube! by rossdraws
[+Video] Commission - Pink Mercy (Overwatch) by Hyanna-Natsu
Inktober Day 29 - Double by TsaoShinBallet dancer Dva by Liang-Xing


The vast majority of written deviations, excluding journals, tutorials and templates.
Characters and Settings
The home of authors' original characters and locales.
Fan Fiction
Fiction based off another creator's characters and/or settings, often from television, books or other media sources.
A form of literature that uses aestethic and rhythmic qualities of language to evoke meaning alongside or instead of the actual meaning.
Written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without meter, pattern or rhythm.
Scripts and Screenplays
The written blueprints used in theater, television, movies and other media. They can be quick snippets or full-length features.
For a full explanation, go here.
The Districts and Planet of Ev'ren

Ev’ren is a rather large planet, just a little bigger than earth. It’s within a solar system of four other planets, the others occupied with various other intelligent races that the Tarael have contact, trading relationship, and a close alliance with.
It’s a rather temperate planet, covered with vast, lush forests and plains. Little water covers its surface in the form of oceans, so there are only large, scattered lakes and rivers. Due to the thick atmosphere and the angle of the planet's rotation, most of the surface is under almost constant twilight for a majority of the year, causing the plethora of species living on it to adapt to living in low-light conditions, such as the Tarael with their wonderful eyesight and extreme sensitivity to vibrations and movement.
With the advancement of the Tarael, much of its land has been cultivated and built upon, with some protected areas and preserves s
The Rounding Out Of A Rebel
(Star Wars Rebels / Commission)
The Mandalorian Sabine Wren was a bounty hunter by trade, and thus she was expected to fulfill some pretty dirty jobs once in a while. She had stolen from and beaten the shit out of a good number of people, and she had also been paid to kill just as many too. However, the type of job she wasn't hired for often enough was acting as a bodyguard for the timid and wealthy. She needed to make money somehow, though, and the Rebel Alliance was already running low on it too. They had to spend a lot to keep their soldiers fed and cared for while also being able to supply them with weaponry and ships. It did not help matters that the Empire kept such close tabs on credit unions and loaning stations, which meant that obtaining the money necessary to buy these supplies was already a gambit in itself.
Recently, however, the leaders of the Rebel Alliance came up with a plan. That plan involved the bounty hunter herself. Sabine didn't entirely like what she was being a
The Hyena That Wouldn't LaughTHE HYENA THAT WOULDN´T LAUGH
Once upon a time there was a circus
where everybody had a purpose;
the clowns made people laugh
and made little kids nervous.
The tamers tamed lions and tigers
and the big cats mauled the tamers;
the acrobats were bold and brave
(and often went to early graves)
The elephants were big and grey
as everybody would expect;
the people went and they would say
everything here is quite correct.
There was however, just one beast
that didn´t quite get the whole gist;
a hyena that just wouldn´t laugh
no matter how much they’d insist.
Entitled brats would hit the bars
of the hyena’s iron cage;
to hear a laugh they would demand
their faces red with childish rage.
The parents would the keepers call
and ask for them to tease the brute,
or somehow make it cackle so
their children’s anger could be soothed.
And they would probe, and poke and bribe,
with wooden sticks and meaty slabs;
the hyena still would remain mute
with  melancholic v

Family CurseI couldn’t fall asleep, rolling in my bed, pondering. I was nervous. Tomorrow was my twenty fifth birthday and in my family it was kind of a big deal. If you were woman that is. Every female, as far as anyone could remember, seemed to blow up after reaching this age. It didn’t matter how slim and skinny you were before, there seemed to be no escape from this fate.
I was determined to be the one to change it, to be the exception from the rule. I didn’t spend hours upon hours in the gym just to let my toned athletic figure disappear. I worked too hard to get my rock hard abs and there was no way I would let it go in vain just because of some stupid family diagnosis. Mom called it a family curse, but surely there was nothing like that. The fact they all became lazy gluttons can hardly be considered a curse… I was sure that if I just maintained my current regime then nothing wrong could happen.
Reassured by my reasoning I drifted into sleep.
I woke up starvin
Not so Fast
Dean Richards smiles as Natalie walks into his office, "Ah, Miss Grey.  I have an assignment for you.  Several of the Tau Iota Tau girls have gotten away from me, and I want you to go find them."
Natalie smiles right back and says simply, "No."

The Dean's voice is cold as he glares at Natalie, "What did you say?"
Natalie glares back, "I said No.  I am not your little pet anymore, Scott.  I've been free'd, and so will the rest of Tau Iota Tau!"

"Like Hell you are!"  Dean Richards pulls a syringe out of his pocket and jabs it into Natalie's neck, flooding her bloodstream with Bimbosa toxin, "You're mine, and no one else's!"
Natalie gasps and lifts a hand in a feeble attempt to block the jab, but she's too slow.

She groans as the burning heat spreads through her body, "You can't do this... She'll get you for this..."


The art, application and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film.
Abstract and Surreal
Abstract photography uses forms, colors & patterns to create a non-figurative image without reference to the actual world. Surreal photography takes actual subjects on an "other-worldly" level.
Animals, Plants and Nature
Nature is the main subject, depicting living things or things that were once living.
Photographs where the focus is a building or any built architectural object.
Commercial Photography
Commercial photographs are taken to sell or promote a product or service, such as in advertisements, merchandising and product placement.
Conceptual photography, as part of conceptual art, is a genre in which the photographer attempts to illustrate a specific concept or idea to convey a message.
Photographs which have been physically developed and/or printed using traditional and alternative film darkroom techniques, or digitally processed with the use of computer software to emulate traditional and alternative film darkroom techniques. This is a technique based gallery and is not for photographs which have simply been taken in a room that is dark
Photographs where fireworks displays (pyrotechnics) or individual fireworks are the primary focus.
Horror and Macabre
Fine art horror genre photography depicting macabre themes, often using creative lighting, make-up and other physical theatrical effects to construct atmosphere and visual impact.
Photographs with a primary purpose for humor; to make the viewer laugh. This includes satire, physical humor and funny situations.
Infrared photography is style that predominantly uses the infrared portion of the light spectrum to create images on photographic film or digital sensors.
Photographs of subjects that are magnified to a size equal to or larger than the actual size in reality.
Photography that does not fit into any of the categories.
People and Portraits
Where all your photos featuring a person or people belong.
Photojournalism is a form of journalism that uses photographs in order to tell a news story. These photographs should be both honest and impartial, telling the story in strictly journalistic terms.
Still Life
Studio-style photography featuring inanimate objects in an arrangement and compositional in design.
Street Photography is about people in context, in candid, unposed, and unstaged situations in public places, with no or minimum post-processing.
Photographs of modes of transportation for people, animals and goods. This includes air, rail, road and space.
Urban and Rural
Photographs of specific urban and rural areas, life in those areas, skylines and urban exploration. When your nature scene involves a man-made object, it is also more likely to go here.
For a full explanation, read this and this.

Bucharest my hometown -umbrellas ZIG ZAG to MARIUS by Rikitza
Warkworth Castle by newcastlemaleThe forest almighty by Thunderi
A Simple Russian girl by MilliganVick
Sisteron by Annabelle-ChabertAll Our Sins by SL-PhotographySWE
Hot healthy tea by Daykiney
angel feather... by EdinaBaltasPattaya international firework by Tairenar
Bloody mistress by NataliaDrepina
Forest of Fire by AnthonyPresleynebelo by elopan
1965 Ford Mustang Coupe - Shot 5 by AmericanMuscle
Black Suit by burningmonkA strange night by Mrs-White
Tree in Blizzard by Pajunen

Resources and Stock Images

In the widest possible sense, a resource is content that provides helpful tools or add-ons to supplement your artwork. DeviantArt Resources can be very varied, they can be components within computer software, templates for artisan crafts or any kind of tutorials. Stock Images are photographs licensed for private and/or commercial use.

3D Models
These resources can be imported into a 3D modeling program like 3D Studio Max, Maya, etc. (resources can't be JPEG).
Application Resources
These are developed for being used in specific software like Photoshop, GIMP, Cinema 4D and many others. They include brushes, actions, patterns, scripts and more.
These pictures, buttons and other useful "precut" image files submitted by deviants for others to use in their own works. Things that do not belong in this category are precut PNG stock photos.
Designs and Patterns
These comprise variety of patterns for all kind of handiworks and crafting.
Film Resources
Tutorial video files.
Available in digital, downloadable form.
Fractal Resources
Any tutorial which is meant to provide instructions or guides for fractal generating software.
Line-Art and Character Templates
Line-art and blank character templates submitted by deviants for others to use either digitally or traditionally.

Literature Templates
Templates for literature.
Stock Images
Stock Images are photographs licensed for private and/or commercial use.
Photographic or digitally created images depicting objects, textures and patterns.
A guide teaching you something step by step.
Vector Resources
Vector source files that have all of the vector data included in the submission.
Video Resources and Tutorials
Tutorial video files.
For a full explanation, check out this and this.

Sleeping beauty by meganjoyEevee Banana Splits by TsaoShin

Traditional Art

Any art created through the use of real media.
Traditional Art animations.
A three-dimensional or two-dimensional artistic composition made by putting together found objects not generally thought of as art materials.
Body Art
Art made on, with, or consisting of the human body. The most common form of body art are tattoos, but other types include full body tattoo and body painting, as well as branding, scalpelling and shaping (for example tight-lacing of corsets).
Collage pieces which create a new flat work of art out of a combination of other forms often including photographs, newspaper clippings, or any other type of object which can easily be glued down.
A drawing is a form of visual art that uses any number of drawing instruments to mark a two-dimensional medium. Common instruments include graphite pencils, charcoal, pen and ink, inked brushes, wax color pencils, crayons, etc. The most common support for drawing is paper, although other materials, such as cardboard, plastic, leather, canvas, and board, may be used.
Installation Art
An artistic genre of three-dimensional works, that branching from sculpture, are more about the concept than the form. They are usually designed for a specific site, but can be mobile, to transform how the space is viewed.
Mixed Media
In visual art, this refers to an artwork created by using multiple mediums. Mixed media tends to refer to a work that combines various traditionally distinct visual art media.
Traditional Media which does not fit in another category.
The art of applying paints to a surface such as canvas, to make a picture or other artistic composition. Paintings may have for their support such surfaces as walls, paper, canvas, wood, glass, clay, leaf, copper or concrete, and may incorporate multiple other materials like sand, clay, paper, gold leaf, etc.
The process of making art by printing, normally on paper.
A technique using knives(and other implements) to scratch(etch) designs into a thin layer of white China clay(may also be several layers of multi-colored clay) that is coated with black India ink.
A three dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard materials or metal, glass, or wood. Softer ("plastic") materials can also be used, such as clay, textiles, plastics, polymers and softer metals. Materials may be worked by removal such as carving; or they may be assembled such as by welding, hardened such as by firing, molded or cast. Surface decoration such as paint may be applied. Sculpture has been described as one of the plastic arts because it can involve the use of materials that can be moulded or modulated.
Street Art
Visual art developed in public spaces. The term can include traditional graffiti artwork, sculpture, stencil graffiti, sticker art, wheatpasting anhd street poster art. Typically, the term street art is used to distinguish contemporary public-space artwork from territorial graffiti, vandalism, and corporate art.
The art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable and appealing when displayed.
For more, be sure to read this.

crimson by Laovaan
Watercolor Solar System by koraykaragozlerThe Roar Inside Me / Earth Island Journal 2018 by ullakko
Ultraviolet by KanchanMahon
Orca by nicsadikaGreen bed by perodog
Mag and May Mural by AnyaBoz
On Alert! by AmandaMyersBorogove by kenket
Leopard Scratchboard by AmBr0
watercolor dragon 3 by sandaraTwo Forms by Katari-Katarina

Using Eclipse

When deciding on a category for your art, always first consider:

  • What kind of art did you make?
Visual                           Video                                Literature
  • What is it?
Original Work              Fan Art                 Resource              Tutorial                  DA Related
  • How did I make it?
Animation              Artisan Crafts              Body Art               Design              Digital               Traditional              Photography               Sculpture               Street Art               Mixed Media               Poetry               Prose               Screenplays & Scripts              Characters & Settings              Action              Adventure              Abstract               Comedy               Drama               Documentary               Horror               Science Fiction              Stock & Effects               Fantasy               Adoptables              Events               Memes              Meta              Wallpaper

Next time: How To Share (Your) Art

Skin by Dan Leveille
At one point or another, we all joined DA because we created art and were looking for a place to share it.
DA is that place :dalove:
Whether you just joined the online community or are a sesoned member, this series was developed to answer some basic questions.

This fourth issue takes a look at the different categories DA acknowledges to help you make the right decision and prevent you from being a miscat.
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SL-PhotographySWE Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for the feature!
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
It is my pleasure :)
Tairenar Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Student Photographer
Thank you!
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
My pleasure :)
Mrs-White Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019
many thanks Heart 
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
It's my pleasure :hug:
ChibiPyro Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2019  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you for adding my work!
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
You're most welcome :)
AmBr0 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2019  Professional Traditional Artist
Leopard is very grateful to be included! :thanks::+fav:
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
That makes me happy :hug:
burningmonk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Professional Photographer
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
suziewinkler Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
  FABULOUS FEATURE!... Chucked full with INFO!... Thank You for including two of my Works in this Feature... I am HONORED!... Have a GREAT Day!... :hug: :heart: :hug:
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you :D It was a lot of work to put together, but very rewarding in the end :aww:
You are most welcome :hug: Have a great day, too!
suziewinkler Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
My pleasure, great Feature! 😃💚💚💚😃
CapnDeek373 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 20, 2019
I miss the sub-categories. They made more specific things easier to find. :ahoy:
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
You mean with Eclipse?
That makes it quite difficult at times to find what you're looking for, especially if people don't use tags properly based on the Green DA subcategories.
CapnDeek373 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019
Too many people don't use tags properly. 
MaaniDieMon Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019
Thank you very much for the feature!!
God Bless you :heart:
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
It is my pleasure :hug:
MaaniDieMon Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019
It's all my pleasure Thank you <3 
I wish you achieve all ur dreams and goals!!
*Sorry for bad english*
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, same goes for you!
And your English isn't bad at all :)
MaaniDieMon Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2019
oh... thank you!! It's my pleasure!!
Ellysiumn Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
Thank u so much for the feature!
Can I make an annotation about this 'how did I make it?'? Wallpaper please. It will works like all these that u mentioned, with tags.
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
My pleasure :)

Shoot, I thought I had them all :O I will add it in there, thanks for telling me!
Ellysiumn Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
U re welcome!! Huggle! 
Beautiful feature, and thanks a lot for including  We are approaching Earth by marijeberting
Mouselemur Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
You are very welcome!
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