OCT MONTHLY FEATURE :: SHOWCASEOut of the 10 spots only half were filled, buuut im still happy that people were interested~ ; u;UnderworldPP
Pls take a look at these following wonderful and talented artists' works and their page! \o/
If youre interested in getting your works featured by me, i will open my Feature Sign-Up journal
every month on the 1st-5th, the sign-up will open for 1 week (or when 10 slots are filled).
Lyla - Ampharos Gijinka by InahcRocket - Zoroark Gijinka by Inahc
AVA: Scarecrow Dawn :: Time's Up by SaintlyCrowBitterSweetNitemare Contest Entry by SaintlyCrowScaring Little Kids by SaintlyCrow
Weather Adopts (Auction Open) by SakokiiAT: Kibby by SakokiiHero of Legends by Sakokii
If you applied but didnt get featured, that means you didnt fulfill the only thing i asked.. if youre
still interested in getting featured, pls read over my info/rules, i will no longer give
Brian Kesinger: Character Driventechgnotic
Disney Artist Brian Kesinger on Creating Story through Character
Foreword by techgnotic
It is with great pleasure we welcome BrianKesinger as a guest writer to the Today Page Editorial Team. Considering his authentic citizenship within the deviantART community, his thoughts and insights will be of great value to all aspiring artists, illustrators, writers and others involved in any creative endeavor. For over 18 years, Brian has worked for Walt Disney Studios on films like Big Hero 6, Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan, Tangled, Wreck It Ralph and Bolt. Brian is author and illustrator of his own oct
Why People UnwatchIt's come to my attention that most journals and polls that talk about unwatching, on my feed at least, is usually venting annoyance or other forms of discomfort at the fact that someone has unwatched an account. It makes a few people I know uncomfortable when people unwatch them, whether it's long-later or immediately after. That's why I asked, in a poll, for the other side of the story: why do you unwatch people?Nyanfood
You can find the poll here: http://nyanfood.deviantart.com/journal/poll/4762451/
This will be the first time in a long time that I address many comments using a single post rather than addressing each comment individually. There was such a fast and enthusiastic outpouring of participation that I came back to 40 comments on the poll topic at first glance, and almost every one of them has at least one solid paragraph. The amount of thought put into the discussion is inspiring! I'm glad to be honored with so many intellectually interested watchers!
My personal views
Inspiration: Art websitesMany people asked me about which sites I use (or used) to learn and keep myself updated about art. So I decided to make a list with art websites that offer tutorials, advice, or other content that inspired me. Of course there are many other individual artists that inspire me greatly, but I've tried to keep this list to the ones that provide the community of advice and tutorials (otherwise I could go on forever).DamaiMikaz
I hope you enjoy it ^__^
A large collection of video tutorials, mainly on human anatomy. Very detailed, to the point, and with visuals that make it easy to follow even for non-native English speakers.
Tutorials. Human anatomy. Traditional art.
Basically your starting point for digital painting. The dig
A Guide to Effective TaggingA new method to promote and discover art has been released to the community in the form of Tags! When submitting art, adding relevant tags to your deviations will help viewers discover art of interest to them and give your work more exposure.wreckling
You can add tags based on a variety of things, be it subject matter, themes, medium used, fandom, or anything else you feel is important.
Use these tips to make the most of tags and help your art to find its audience:
Keep it simple. The less complicated the tag, the easier your art is to discover.
Be specific. If you take a picture of a rose, tagging it as #flower, while correct, won’t get your art as much attention as tagging it #rose will. You can, of course, tag both.
Tag efficiently. If your art is based on Lord of the Rings, tag it #LordOfTheRings and/or #lotr. You don’t need to tag every combination — t
How to Invent a Good UsernameTime for a quickie tutorial!NuttyNuti
Your username (also known as nick) gives one of first impressions of you when introducing yourself online. At the best, your username tells people you're an original person with good taste, and at the worst, it blends you to the mass of people lacking imagination.
GENERAL ISSUES TO THINK ABOUT
Here is a list about issues that are healthy to think about in general. After this section, I'll give you "not to do" and "to do" lists about creating usernames. So...
The most important thing is that YOU like your name. If you don't feel cozy with your username, it will irritate you sooner or later. However, especially if you are still young or new with Internet, be prepared for that your naming taste may change later and you may dislike that name you picked first! (That's something I have seen in the comments of this tutorial.)
For example, my first online username was, if I remember correctly, my given name + my birth year (like, Lisa90,
Current Residence: Home is where the heart is |
Favourite genre of music: J-pop/K-pop, anime music, variety
Favourite style of art: Manga/anime (Japanimation)
Operating System: Imagination~
Favourite cartoon character: Naruto, Hinata, Sasori, Deidara (Naruto Shippuden), Rin and Len (Vocaloid), main Tsubasa Chronicle characters, Kyou and Tohru (Fruits Basket), Mew Berri and Mew Ichigo (Tokyo Mew Mew), Kuranosuke and Tsukimi (Kuragehime), Miyazaki characters, and many, many more.
Favorite Pairings: NaruHina, SyaoranXSakura, KyouXTohru, SheetaXPazu, SophieXHowl, BaronXHaru, ChihiroXHaku, KuranosukeXTsukimi, IbXGarry etc.
Favorite OC Pairings: TenshiXShindo, KyleXChise, AiriXYuu
Latest Pairing Obsession: NanamiXTomoe, IbXGarry, KuranosukeXTsukimi, OC pairings
Personal Quote: Giving true happiness to others brings true happiness to yourself.