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FANPAGE ON FACEBOOK REFUSES TO CREDIT FANARTISTS!FANPAGE ON FACEBOOK REFUSES TO CREDIT FANARTISTS!!!
WELL THERE MY BELOVED FANARTISTS FRIENDS BE CAREFUL FOR THERE IS A FACEBOOK PAGE THAT REFUSES TO GIVE YOU CREDITS FOR YOUR HARDWORK JUST BECAUSE THEY SIMPLY FOUND IT ON GOOGLE!!!
ISN'T THAT NICE???
Well now, seriously
I follow some facebook pages.
To tell you the truth I follow the ones that credit artists for their work, because I find it nice to click on the link they provide of their galleries and almost die of happiness seeing other wonderful artworks from the same person on their own site.
But yesterday a Saint Seiya Page I follow had a funny comic stolen by a famous Anime Page on Facebook. The ADMs claim they found it on google already the way it was. Without the SSpage logo. And they put their logo on that comic, posted on their page as if it was theirs. Because seriously, when you put your logo on a work you found on internet you are automatically saying IT IS YOURS! And, of course
Cosplay and Con Tips-Terms
1. Bring water to cons. Things can get pretty expensive at anime cons.
2. Have an e-mail you can give out at cons. This is handy if you take pictures and people want copies, or the other way around.
3. Expect people to want pictures while you are cosplaying and have some poses ready in mind.
4. Bring a small sewing repair kit while cosplaying. You can get them at some dollar stores.
5. Going to your first con? Go to the vendors hall right off the bat if you can. Items go fast.
6. Have a meeting place to find your friends. It can get very busy at cons and near imposable to find people.
7. Afraid of having to go to a con alone? Most cons have forums where people come up with a place to meet. If your con does not have a meeting place, don't be afraid to start your own!
8. When you are at a con, reellaaxxx. There even the most stuck up business person can feel like they are in recess again.
9. Make sure you make your cosplay the best you can.
Watcher Feature #6note: If you commented on my other journal to be featured, please take a look at everyone else's work too. After all, it's only fair that way and if you don't, it's just a little selfish and your conscience will bug you . So yah, share the love, guys! Faving this journal might help
These are ordered first come first serve style; I will be showing around 50 pieces at one time (i have around 600 comments now @__@ ), and be featuring once a week as to not clog up your message boxes. It'll probably take ....a few months, so please be patient!
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The Artists Toolbox: Roundup and Callout!We've come to the end of our first Artists Toolbox Week - huge thanks to those who contributed articles because without the hard work from a few deviants, the week wouldn't have been possible. However it went down well which is why we're working on the next one! If you'd like to take part please note Kaz-D with your thoughts. The next Artists Toolbox Week is September 9th -> September 15th 2013! Without further ado, here is a roundup of this weeks articles...
Using Powerpoint as an art tool!
Do's and Don'ts of Digital Painting
Project Educate - How it Works!Over the past few months, even years, projecteducate has changed dramatically to ensure that more and more people get the chance to participate - and to ensure that we're bringing you fresh, up to date information. So this brief journal is to let you know exactly how projecteducate works - and exactly how you can now get involved. There's a TL;DR version at the bottom if the text walls are too much
Firstly, check out the Calendar for the current schedule right up until the end of the year. If you see something there that you'd like to participate in, either note projecteducate or the specific Community Volunteer listed as being involved with the week.
Community Volunteer Weeks
Community Volunteers sign up to take a specific week on that focuses on an area of their expertise. Most of the time, this links in with the area that the
Washu, how DID you...? (drawing skill)Hi there my friends!
I decided to write this journal because many people ask me what I did to get to the level of skills I have at drawing.
Well the answer is training.
Just look around you! There are infinite sort of thing and objects waiting for you to try picturing them. And in fact that's how I started and I sort of do that even nowadays for training purposes.
You don't have to do it perfectly at first. Or second or third or N times. I really sucked when I started. And when I say I was really bad I mean it!
Remember Kung-fu Panda?
When Poh said: "There's no secret ingredient!"
I assure you he is damn right.
Yet, to achieve some stuff unfortunately you have to sacrifice others There's no other way. =/
Unless you were born a genius
And that's something I'm not
"But Washu, what did you sacrifice to achieve the level you are now?" You'd ask.
Oh I sacrificed maaaany things. Like:
Going out with friends, parties, movies
Drawing on the right side of the brain
When inspiration attacks (and when it doesn't)
Everyone is probably familiar with this scenario. You're trying to draw something, but you can't find the inspiration. Or maybe you're trying to write a story, or an assignment for school, but you just can't find the right words. Or maybe you have to tackle a creative problem and you just can't figure it out.
So you rack your brain for the right ideas, but they're just not coming to you. Or maybe some of them are, but they're lousy ideas born (at least in part) from desperation. Either way, you're just not really happy with them.
That evening, when you're standing in the shower, you suddenly get a burst of inspiration. Suddenly, you know exactly what you want to write, or draw. Or maybe inspiration attacked when you were in the bathroom, or when you were jogging, or on your way to work or school. Maybe it happened when you were lying in bed, h
Wacom Presents: Bring Your Vision to Life ContestThe response to the Wacom's Bring Your Vision to Life contest was truly awe-inspiring! With over 9,500 submissions, it was deviantART's most successful contest to date! We want to give a big thank you to everyone who entered, as well as to our great judges from Wacom (who had a very difficult job to do.)
Once again, we have been extremely impressed by the creativity and talent of the deviantART community. We are proud to announce the following winners (including Community Choice, chosen by YOU!) Let's check out who's getting their hands on a brand new Intuos4!
Wacom Intuos 4, Medium
Adobe Photoshop CS4
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Bluefley has a gallery filled with artwork that whisks you off in to a Sci-fi daydream, and keeps you captivated for hours. Marc has been a member of our community for over a decade and has achieved nothing but success with his astounding commitment to interacting with the community, sharing a prolific amount of video tutorials and generally being an all round rockstar deviant. It is no joke that we are absolutely delighted to award the Deviousness Award for April 2014 to ... Read More