The votes have been cast and the winners are posted below! If you placed please send a note to ~ZooExorcist (https://www.deviantart.com/zooexorcist) with your prize request(s)!
Thank you to everyone who participated!!!
Today marks the start of CharaWorld's first contest!
Guidelines & Rules
🍹 The goal of this contest is to draw or write your character(s) having a fun time at the beach! They can be fishing, swimming, collecting seashells, chasing gulls, whatever! 🍹
- ALL characters included must be your own! No friends' ocs and no canon characters! The exception to this rule is for "ambiance" ie if your character is a Pokemon the
dA Guide: Text Formatting by SweetDuke, literature
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UPDATE for January 2020:
I created this guide in 2011, so you'll have to take it with a grain of salt since dA has updated a bazillion things since then LOL. It now looks like many codes don't work in Literature submissions anymore, (or disable the "Eclipse" version of the site and show the old site instead), so some of the demonstrations here only look like regular text. But they should display properly if you copy/paste them in the comments. I'm so glad to see how many of you wonderful people still utilize this resource, so I wish you the best and encourage you to go ahead and experiment to see what works and what do
On today's Project Educate Article on Anthro, I'll be highlighting some great tutorials on how to draw Anthro. Sense there is no right or wrong as far as drawing Anthro, because lets face it, we don't see a werewolf running around to reference from, your imagination is the limit. However, there are some simply guidelines that you can take home with you and practice to better your creativity.
This is probably one of the most challenging things for people to adhere to. Anatomy in itself is a little challenging but once you get it, the sky's the limit as far as drawing Anthropomorphic animals, beings and things!
So below are a few poi