Ok, Nyx-Valentine, DistortedSmile and some of your other CV's are waiting for you in #communityrelations to talk Mature Content, critique and discuss the Pinup, Fetish, Art Nude && Glamour galleries.
10 x 10 Spring:icondistortedsmile:
The 10 by 10 fella Feature
10x10 is a Monthly Feature from fella showcasing 10 images with under 10 faves
These can be from any genre, deviant or gallery.
If you would like to suggest a theme please note DistortedSmile or comment on this article!
Today's theme is Spring!
Art History Week Wrap-UpArt History Week
And that's the latest Art History Week at projecteducate done!
Thank you to everyone who contributed: let's give a big hand to everyone who took the time to share articles and for those who left such valuable comments and insight!
Art History is a regular feature, if you would like to take part in the next wave please note DistortedSmile
Got some questions left for your CV's or Contributors? Leave them here!
Here's an overview of what you've seen this week.....
Art History Week
AM: Intro by DistortedSmile
PM: Danse Macabre by metalpug
Community Volunteers on Art HistoryArt History Week
We asked some of your CV's from the communityrelations team to share their insight to a couple of questions around Art History...
Who is your favourite artist, from any period in History?
I have a few; for the more historical side, I love John William Waterhouse and Sandro Botticelli. For more current trends, I love the manga artist Kaori Yuki. - Lyricanna
Tough question because I have many many favourites. So just to pick one of my many heroes, I love Quentin Blake, I grew up with his illustrations and he has touched so many hearts, especially with his works for Roald Dahl. - kingmancheng
I've always been fascinated Salvador Dali and the Surrealists - DistortedSmile
My favorite artist is without a doubt Jacques Louis David. - Mrs-Durden
GiveAway PointsFeatureHello to everyone.
In this giveaway you can win points and feature.
These are some rules to follow:
Fave this journal, so you can get a number, and the winners will be chosen via random.org.
Be in deviantArt since 2 months and to have over 10 works in your gallery.
I will announce the winners March 25
To see what's your number go to 'stats' and click on "favourites", you can see your name and your number
Look here http://sta.sh/01ysxpxuymtq
396 OR one month PM
Feature 30 of your wo
March Hero Challenge: Stephen Silver
THE CHALLENGE: Select a species, outfit, and action from the provided list on the canvas. (left)
Use these attributes and draw an original character on the canvas.
"This challenge is from my Character Design Shuffle iPhone App. Coming up with characters to draw can be challenging. It's important to have as much info about the character as possible. This allows for the ideas to flow and avoids too much pondering and shooting in the dark. Unlock the Block!"
- Stephen Silver (stephensilver)
500 Point Giveaway #17: AugHow to participate:
1. Add this journal to your favs
2. Write a new journal about this giveaway, and include a Mention of me so that I receive a notification of your journal.
3. Include what I do at dATrade. For example:
:icondatrade: is holding a 500 point giveaway! http://fav.me/d7v63st
At :devdatrade:, you can donate points for an easy way to receive watches, llamas, favs, comments, and critiques!
10 points = 5 critiques / 10 comments / 10 watches / 40 llamas / 50 favs
Go check it out today!
There will be a total of 15 winners who will be selected with a random number generator!
One 200 point winner
Four 50 point winners
Ten 10 point winners
:iconflyingheartsplz: :icondatrade: Alice
Using HTML on deviantART
Hello and welcome to my little html tutorial. I've been working with html codes for a couple of years and I'm going to teach you what I know about using some basic html on deviantART. This won't make you a html expert or something and I'm not an expert myself but it will give just enough knowledge to make your journals, comments, news articles and other neat and lovely looking.
deviantART actually has FAQs about html but I still wanted to do this because they look a bit unorganized, in my opinion. Also, why would you want to look for those FAQs when you can just open this news article where you have everything in one place?
You may already know some of these, but I hope you'll find at least something helpful in this news article.
Some basic html
Bold text: <b>insert text here</b>
Result: Example text
This html code will work in: journal entries, group blogs, comments, artist's commen
Label Me Lesbian: A Guide to Types of Lesbians [Bullet; Yellow] [Bullet; Orange] [Bullet; Pink]
The following is an extensive guide to the different Labels a Lesbian may have. In my experience I have come across many Lesbians who just thought they were a Lesbian. This guide was at first for TheLesbianClub's Chatroom Classes, but I have decided that this could benefit not only the club but many people out there. If you are a Lesbian and questioning what type of Lesbian you are, then this guide is for you!
[Bullet; Pink] [Bullet; Orange] [Bullet; Yellow] [Bullet; Green] [Bullet; Blue] [Bullet; Purple] [Pride] [Bullet; Purple] [Bullet; Blue] [Bullet; Green] [Bullet; Yellow] [Bullet; Orange] [Bullet; Pink]
Lesbian is a term most widely used in the English language to describe sexual and romantic desire between females. The word may be used as a noun, to refer to women who identify th
Make 2015 awesome!A new year started. So some words of inspiration for those that want to pursue art this year...
Don't worry about your age. Do not get discouraged by those that are younger than you and better. Some people start art when they are 6 years old and are prodigy's at age 16, others make a rather late or slow start. It doesn't matter if you're 10 or 80 years old. You're never too old to learn something new, and you're never too old to do something you enjoy.
Everybody has potential. Even the greatest masters in art started out as beginners. It just takes a lot of time and persistence.
Don't be afraid to fail. Most masters have failed more times than any beginner even tried.
We only see the best from other people, and compare it with our own average. For every amazing painting a good artist puts online, he probably made 100 failed sketches. Sketches you'll never see and you'll never know o
kuschelirmel's Stock Use Contest CLOSEDhosted by kuschelirmel-stock
I haven't had a contest in a while and, well, it's simply time to have one again However, due to my personal time constraints it's not one with lots of judges, instead the only judge will be me.
Thank you all for your entries!
There were a whooping 56 entries making it real difficult to
choose the winners, so please give me a few days
And the Winners are...
Stock Use Co
Boop Box Art Contest
Hey everyone! Welcome to our first ever art contest!
With this contest we are looking for the best art with the most creative ideas involving Boop Boxes!
- Yay! But what's a Boop Box?
Like the name says, a Boop Box is a box where you boop someone!
But Boop Boxes can be more than that, you can either sleep in it, or build a fort out of it, or even sail in it being a scary pirate! That's up to you!
Free (and cheap) Art ProgramsUpdate: 5/2/2014 - Added Mischief. Dogwaffle, Krita, and SmoothDraw coming soon. Any other suggested programs are on my list to test, thank you for your thoughts.
Photoshop is a great program, but despite it's many features it's a bit pricy at $999. I created this list for people with smaller wallets and certain art needs.
The programs are listed according to what type of art they are best suited for.
Don't know what program will be best for you? Most of the paid programs have trial versions available, download them and see what you like best.
openCanvas | Screenshot
Price: 59 USD
Pros: ability to customize brushes, ruler tools, user-friendly interface, some built-in screen tones. Can create "event" files, where others can watch you drawing long after the fact. Updated regularly.
Cons: Not as m