Welcome Deviants! To my lair of creepy fantasies and mysterious paintings chosen for YOU, to enjoy the taste of HORROR in ART. Today I bring you 13, yes 13 chosen deviations that will either scare you to death or will force you to go beyond the depths of your mind enjoy your DARK FANTASIES.....
HERE , I PRESENT YOU THE GIFTS OF OBLIVION :
"The Horror" by najuzaid (https://www.deviantart.com/najuzaid) brings out the state of gloominess and demise to the perfect extent. His use of oils and the dull shades of blue and red really exhibit the dreary and putrefactive state of the body. I really appreciate the texture used and the pitch dark Gothic imag
:snowflake: Winter Delights :snowflake:
:heart: Happy Holiday everyone! :heart:
As a Holiday gift this season, we thought how we might bring more coverage for everybody featured!
So, we joined forces and made a Tandem Journal!Our cummulative connections benefit everybody!
We also hope we start a trend!
If you feel inspired, please go ahead and make other tandem features! :heart:
...and let us know! :thumbsup:
:heart: Enjoy our new series of identical features, linked to each other! :heart:
We promise the next one will be shorter... ;P
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FAN ART FRIDAY: What’s A ‘Weekend’?
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Dame Maggie Smith Downton Abbey From Scratch
Stately suppers, shifty servants, and scandalous secrets. Welcome to Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey Countess Grantham Watercolor
by ssava (https://www.deviantart.com/ssava)
WE’RE FULL SWING INTO THE 1920’S in the latest season of Downton and things just aren’t what they used to be. Technology is changing a mile a minute, fashion is being flipped on its head, the downstairs folks are sensing a change in the social order, and the Cra
Forever Austen Jane Austen’s Prevailing and Perpetual Prose
By spotted (https://www.deviantart.com/spotted)
Becoming Jane by discret (https://www.deviantart.com/discret)
First Edition of
Pride and Prejudice (1813)
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”
—Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
The opening line of Jane Austen’s most popular novel, Pride and Prejudice (1813), readily reflects
My dear followers, I decided to close my Etsy shop for a while. It's not a farewell, but kind of a long hiatus, so I decided to start this extrasales week with all the items on sale with a 50% discount. The promo code to use is FINALSALES2016 and her ...
Hello people! Hope you're having a fantastic start of the new year!:D I'm here with a question for you all: I was considering selling originals of my old works (2007- 2008 stuff, mostly, watercolors and ink pieces). Would you be interested? If the an ...