Lately I have felt that deviantArt has lost some of its appeal. I can't exactly pinpoint why this feeling has hit me, but it may have something to do with Instagram. I don't want to seem ungrateful to dA, but let me explain.
I've always loved deviantArt for facilitating the connection with other similar-minded artists and how it has helped me branch out and learn from other people. Integrated print-selling services, blog-like journals and the ability to customize your page with CSS are also great features, but in the age of mobile computing I feel like dA is getting left behind. Another gripe I've had with dA is that artists are essentially
For those of you who spend time on Facebook might want to subscribe to my Facebook Artist Page:
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No personal info or posts! No obnoxious photos of kids! No "look what I had for dinner" pictures, or trite inspirational sayings. Just art.
Stop by and say hello! :wave:
Since I've been putting up other projects here on dA, I might as well put up some old electronic music I produced back in 1998. This was my solo project called "Slow No Wake" and consisted of me and a compliment of synths, sequencers, etc. In the case with this "EP" release it was just me and one 'groovebox'...well, actually it wasn't so much a GROOVE-box as it was just a box. The much un-hyped Roland MV-30 http://medias.audiofanzine.com/images/normal/roland-mv-30-61613.jpg. But I liked to make it sing. :)
You can listen here: http://slownowake.bandcamp.com/ and forgive the lower quality production. It was after all 1998 and I didn't have th