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Hey all! If you're like me, and you've been a part of the deviant art community for a while, you find the words devaint and deviation to take on a meaning of their own. They come to represent community, a place of inspiration and, let's be honest, escapism. But lately I was reminded of the original definition of the word. Deviate ~ [verb dee-vee-eyt]: to depart or swerve, as from a procedure, course of action, or acceptable norm The danger of being very active in a community is losing your individuality of expression. So don't make art because you think someone else will like it, or because you wish your art style was like someone else's.
Welcome to Spring!
Hey all. If you haven't had a chance to check out my new stock photos, here's a sneak peek. Notice a theme? That's right, it's spring in Australia! While many of you lovely deviants in the northern hemisphere are packing away the summer wardrobe and searching for your winter woolies, in the land down under we are cracking out the shorts, mowing the lawn and scooping leaves out of the pool, ready for the scorching temperatures of summer. Some of us are sandbagging our homes to hold flash floods at bay, but thankfully my hometown has escaped the worst of the extreme weather. So if you're me, you're out with the camera, dodging rainstorms and s
You did it!
Hey all you legendary voters! Wanted to say a huge thank you very much for taking the time to like my entry in the recent Snaps of SA Photography Competition . I must say I was shocked to get the phone call saying I had placed third and was off to Adelaide for a photography seminar. The presenter, Ken Duncan, is a legend in the field of Australian Landscape Photography. It was a fantastic experience to hear his tricks of the trade. I plan to put what I learned to good use producing better quality stock for you! Another presenter on the day was Rob Mulally, a photographer who captures stunning and surreal images for a social media platform.
Feature Five: Here Be Dragons... and a snail!
Lately I've been thinking on how much I enjoy the art that so many of you come up with. I might post a stock photo, but it's your devious imagination that makes it fly. If you're a stock artist or manipulator sometimes its good to chew on some new art to get your creativity flowing. Get inspired by this Feature Five and don't forget to check out the artists behind the art! = by ~Hieu-Art (https://www.deviantart.com/hieu-art) Hieu-Art (https://www.deviantart.com/hieu-art) Imagine if you found the the skull of a dragon... Then check out Hieu's gallery and imagine some more! = by :iconvipmember257: vipmember257 (https://www.deviantart.com/vipmember257) Epic battle between creatures of tremendous power. = by :iconDiosaEMR: DiosaEMR (https://www.deviantart.com/diosaemr) En
As in for an RPG on deviantart? Sure! As long as you are not making the sheet available for public use on deviantart. You may use my stock images as many times as you like, just be sure to credit and notify me. Hope this helps, if you have any more questions don't hesitate to ask!