Halloween of HorrorsHalloween is near and :icondeviantsgallery: is challenging you!
What do you need to do?
Take a look at the journal to see the five challenges, you can take part in.
Choose the challenges, you want to do (You can do pumpkin-carving, writing, drawings / paintings,...)
Create something new for the challenges and mention the contest-journal in your artists-comment below the submission.
What are the prizes?
Features from different groups (you could be featured at Fantasy-Characters, too)
Points for every challenge
Critiques and commissions
So have a great holiday-season and have fun with the challenges.
My deviantART StoryYeah I know I'm late with this, but it's always good to say it.
Happy Birthday dA!
Here is the little story I thought of when I heard this years challenge was to write and show how we came to deviantArt.
When I first saw deviantArt I was doing a research for a school project.
At that time all knew about art was what I saw in school, and I didn't knew that a site like deviantArt was existing. When I found this site I was a totally newbie at the internet and I didn't really thought about what can happen if you get a member at any website. At first I wasn't really active, there has been more than one yearuntil I came to dA again. That was when I got active here and I started my dA-Life with looking for mainly fantasy-related pictures:
Today my Fantasy-collection is huge and I'm even running a group (Fantasy-Characters) where the members can show their picture
Featuring our members
It's time to feature you again.
We found some really nice deviations for you, so take a look.
Some changes and a Feature
Our group is really big and we get many submissions everyday. As you know we have some Rules which help us to choose the deviantions we include in our gallery. There are always some pictures which don't fit tinto our rules, but that's not a big problem for us. Anyway now we will make a few changes.
From now on we will try to get a little stricter with these rules, but mainly we will have ONE new rule:
Your pictures have to have a minimum size of 500px at the shorter side of your picture.
A little Feature
All our members show us their best works, everyday by sumitting to our gallery, it's time to show these to you, too.
How an artist sees the worldWe all here on dA are artists. We show the world how we see the world by painting it with our words and pictures, or take a photo of the things we see.
We all see different things in the world. Everything we do, shows another part of the world we live in or the world we dream of.
We can show it here on deviantArt in groups and features.
:iconthefavouriteshowcase: is having a project about features, called FEATURE FOR FEATURE
I will do a feature, showing you some visions of the world:
2014 Summer Challenge - The GameThe Soccer-Worldcup is over and as well our challenge.
There have been three entries, and as we promised: All will get a feature at our main page.
Since there were just three entries we don't have to use random.org to choose the winners of the points: All three will get 10 points from Sabbelbina.
--- Take a look at the wonderful submissions we got. ---
Game On by RandaShell
Cowgirl by RandaShell
Pond by RandaShell
Take the Challenge!***UPDATE***
There are just a few days left to submit your picture to our challenge, so hurry up.
There will also be another gift for the ones who enter. Each person who takes part in our challenge will get a number.
Three entrants, chosen with random.org will each get 10 points from Sabbelbina.
Most of you will know, there is a soccer-WM in Brazil at the moment.
Some will say: That's no my sport, I don't like it that much.
Others may answer: Oh I love football, it's so fascinating and there's so much to see.
Whatever you think of soccer, we want to see it in your pictures.
We challenge you:
Take a picture about 'The Game' and show us your sport pictures until July 14th . *
Submit your pictures to this folder: http://photographyworld.deviantart.com/gallery/49950306/2014-Summer-Challenge
The entrants will be featured on our main-page afterwards.
Brian Kesinger: Character Driven
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
Pay Equity Scandal Rocks Superhero WorldShare
Pay Equity Scandal Rocks Superhero World
Catwoman Leaks Justice League Contract Details to deviantART
Robin Tops Wonder Woman
Catwoman Leaks Justice League Contract Details to deviantART
Robin Tops Wonder Woman
Overstreet Catwoman by AdamHughes
This morning the Today Page Editorial Team was reading through Mike Fleeman’s coverage on The Wrap discussing Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsugihara’s press conference this week where he revealed the DC Comics m
Grimoires and the Unholy Invitationals of the DamnShare
Grimoires and the Unholy Invitationals of the Damned
Halloween entertainment… or invitation to evil?
Grimoire 2 by AndrewDobell
We all know from the movies that a vampire can’t cross over the threshold into one’s home without being invited. And yet simply knowing that Dracula can be held at bay so easily makes issuing that invitation all the more irresistible. Could such things as supernatural beings actually be real? And could there be ways for we mere mortals to have the power to evoke them into existence or dismiss them as we might pleas
Interstellar by MachiavelliCro
Who needs enemy aliens — when the oddities of space travel itself are so mind–blowing?
Terraforming 1.1 by Wasteland-3D
s the following gallery of landscapes of deviantARTist–imagined other worlds well attests to — the natural desire of humans to explore and discover knows no bounds, not even the limits of the Earth’s atmospheric shell. Whatever’s out there, beyond our galaxy: we want to put eyes on it. But space travel presents quite a problem.
Collection: Forgotten PastShare
schnotte is a German artist know for his photographs of rotting, decaying buildings and other dark themes. His camera explores architectural structures, but mostly to emphasize their coldness. The human figures in his photographs appear out of place, as if lost in filthy, forgotten, broken-down manufacturing machines, the cold, dark environments not built with humanity in mind. Looking through these images we can see the ghosts of the love that once inhabited his worlds and it is that love that still shines through his pictures. We are blown away by the beauty Schotte imbues to these deathly quiet scenes that are equally sad and uplifting.
“Yesterday is but today’s memory, and tomorrow is today’s dream.”
– Theodore Roosevelt
80 Points Giveaway and Art Features(winner(Closed) Hello! The winner is :iconsteffisch1:
:iconsparklesplz:Watcher's Feature! :iconsparklesplz:
Adoptable (OPEN-Price Reduced) by Crystal-MintBS: Mikhail by CionKeiastaMother Of Stars by TheBirthdayMuffin
Art Trade Mimi Bun Tan by Bloody-Prison-RoseBrook inktober: #4 by ElenaDeNardBloody by BloodyDarkSanityBeach by SeeUtheVocaloid
A subject’s hands are the make–up artist’s nightmare. But a subject’s hands are the artist’s delight. All the lines, scars or arthritic bumps are a road map of our lives. The smooth or rough of the skin indicates a life of labor or leisure (or, at least, cerebral tasks). The gesticulations of the hands, captured by the alert and sensitive artist, can often articulate so much more than mere words.
“Now join your hands, and with your hands your hearts.”
– William Shakespeare
Keep Tryinby Benowski
Extreme Poverty: Who Will Heed The Call?Share
Extreme Poverty: Who Will Heed the Call? United Nations International Eradicate Poverty Day
Poverty in Baguio 2 by lukedecena
Every year, the United Nations sets a theme for their International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. The 2014 theme is…
Leave no one behind: think, decide and act together against extreme poverty.”
I n a world as progressed as we believe ourselves to be it seems that poverty is still winning and growing. Income disparity in “advanced” economies such as the United St
Mini Horror Reviews - Frankenstein (1931)
In this Issue
Frankenstein by caseycallenderart
It's October and the sacred 31 days of Halloween are upon us-time to get your gore on! The chill is in the air, the leaves are on the ground, and Halloween candy has been out since Labor Day. So while you’re waiting in the Starbucks line for an overpriced double pumpkin spice whatever, pass the time with this year’s scary movies reviews!