I have some good news. It looks like deviantART has finally sort out the problem with discrepancy between locations for art submitted via the old and the new system. While the new system still only uses tags instead of categories, art submitted with Eclipse at last has its own separate folders in the gallery, instead of being randomly thrown into the Other category. Because of that and because of the incoming switch to the new look that will most likely occur this year, I've decided to upload my new photographs and drawings using the Eclipse.
Nothing changes for you, i.e. you'll still be able to see all my art or comment it, or add it to favourites, etc., but it makes me worry about one thing less. Using Eclipse should guarantee you the best viewing experience with all the new art, but I'm sure it will work just fine with the classic look as well. I'll be periodically switching back to the classic look to check if everything stays in the correct way.
Therefore I'm resuming my
This is just a quick update to let you know about the status of my current projects and the gallery as a whole.
As you might have noticed, the new Eclipse look is here, and so far the website works in both the old and the new look. Old submit system uses categories and subcategories while the new one uses tags. I've uploaded some of my art via the new system during beta tests of the Eclipse and it turned out that all works submitted that way end up in the Other gallery in the old system. That means that the art submitted via the new system has better chance of getting noticed in the Eclipse look and the art submitted via the old system has b
I hope you had an amazing 2018, and that the year that begun today will be full of joy, happiness and positive surprises for all of you!
I've been preparing a major overhaul to my deviantART profile and gallery, and in the next few days I'm going to start enhancing things. I have gathered a tremendous amount of new photographs waiting to be processed and published, and I'm going to spend most of January buried in Affinity Photo, developing RAW files.
I've decided to start two photographic projects this year. Firs one is a classic 365 project: every day of 2019 I'm going to publish at least one photograph. I've already created a separated fo