Warfighting's motto is Pass not Unseen. A phrase borrowed from the № 41 Wing of the Royal Australian Air Force, it exemplifies our commitment to ensuring that skilled artists receive the attention that they deserve.
Through our work, we hope to pay homage to the wars of the past, those who fought them, and the engineering that went into the implements warfighters bore. We want to appreciate the vision of our artists who work in this domain and push the boundaries of their respective mediums.
We are selective with what work makes it into the galleries. We hope that one day Warfighting will have a reputation as a repository for the best DeviantArt has to offer in the way of military art.
- Warfighting accepts digital and traditional drawings and paintings (including the "Shipbucket" style pixel art), photographs, 3D renderings, and physical art (clay work, wood work, etc.).
- Warfighting does not accept screenshots from games, work-in-progress pieces, drawings on graph paper, plagiarized work, or work that is not your own. If you post work that is not your own without the original creator's permission, it will not be accepted to the group. If this becomes recurring behavior, you will be blocked from the group.
- Warfighting is about quality over quantity. If an artist does a bulk submission and every piece is excellent, they're good to go. However, more scrutiny will be placed on bulk submissions to ensure that we are not being flooded by low quality work.
- Please no living planes artwork. However, we do accept art including non-furry animals in the main galleries and furries in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Gallery.
- Please submit to the right gallery and do not submit to featured. Any era of warfare is allowed, but please submit your work to the appropriate gallery. If you work is especially impressive, an admin will consider featuring it. As a general rule, painting, drawings (not including pixel art), and photographs will be preferred to be featured.