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DDs: Suggester's frustrationsWelcome to a new journal in this mini series about Daily Deviations. In the first one I let you know about what I think DDs represent, and then about some of my personal criteria to select them.
Now is time to focus on the suggesters. Those amazing (almost always human) beings who take a moment of their lives to go the extra mile when finding an amazing deviation and suggest it for consideration as a Daily Deviation. Ya know? I wouldn't be able to feature so many amazing art on my own! So before anything else, I want to take a moment to thank all the amazing people who suggest. Thank you guys!
As a person who also suggests DDs once in a while, I do understand the frustration suggesters often get. So I would like in this occasion to explain some of the reasons why th
Digital Art DD RoundUp - January 2013:iconlaserbeast:
Features by etherealbeast
Snow Tree by JohnoftheNorth :thumb347276837:
The Barbarian by melaniemaier Kewob by Leundra SAMIGINA by MOSKUITO Spirit of the Forest by Eriopsis
Servalis Dtam-Chur (SE Asian Treecat) by m0zch0ps Steampunk Hunter by jubjubjedi The New Year Dragonfestival 2013 by Brollonks IG fighter by Masway
Water Snake by ElXi-Ameyn Tiempos de Paz by Wolfilustrador OSMADTH - A Place of the Gods by flaviobolla Got You! by Lizzy-John
MTG: Centaur Warrior by artbatter Charm by dleoblack The Tale of Selviya and Anto 'Fairy Tale Wedding' by papercaptain Amelia and Terror of the Night #8 by ser1o
La jeune sirene et la statue by semsei The Battle with Baron Von Teddy by MrDinks Curiosity killed the cat by tomape
Features by Thiefoworld
Inspiration by HarizmaArt Boston Rooftop by wwudesign Hidden Academy II by Papilio93 restrained in a confinement by BennyKusnoto
Skyway by Dajotoy Apple Nouveau by Jacinthe the warrior and the golden dragon by RobertoDS The Boy Who Cried Wolf by paperlait
Anointed Gardens by forthemoment Snow land by yinyuming :thumb3
Digitally Delicious: Feb. 8th
Kwaidan by redredundance
Memento Mori by JenniferHealy
Commission - Layla by naylemonstre
The Searcher by Selenada
Weather Top by Istebrak
Odd Crew day version by Mikeypetrov
Hunt by iya-chen
MtG: Blood Artist by algenpfleger
Digital Art DD RoundUp - December 2012:iconlaserbeast:
Features by etherealbeast
Letiel Commission by KGMomo Column Cyclops by Kimsuyeong81
Rescue gone awry by LawrenceMann Pirates for Hire by Steelgoddess Hognose Snake Caricature by CharReed Day23 by popnbox
Don't Play with Your Food by jermilex Diplo 5 by Huguettepizzic Midnight Snack by ektahx Adventures - This way! by Joelakerman
Monster in a Candy Land by Fitografito Early Bird by TsaoShin The Maiden and the Unicorn by JonathanChanutomo Foxy Express by Spartan0627
:thumb343959816: The Forest Giant by TheEchoDragon The wish by Renegraphics In the forest by AlsaresNoLynx
Mr. Lunger's Splendiferous Stovepipe by 47ness Sneaking into Camp by daRoz Bird or... by Shai-a
Features by Thiefoworld
Father winter by alexson1 Jaguar by tigon Fall ... by CAHess The Girl With Emerald Eyes by BrookeGillette
Danse avec le soleil by Rozenng Emerald by adlovett frog prince by YolandaBlazquez 30 DAY MONSTER GIRL CHALLENGE Collection Download by Barukurii
Smoking hipsters by Douwe-Dijkstra Luminous and wired by tillieke :thumb
Digitally Delicious: Dec. 17th
The Mystery of Flight by MattDixon
GLOW by SaiFongJunFan
To The End by Gworld
The Ascencion of Te Wheke by luciole
Winter Lotus by Istebrak
Anti Gravity Red by Carrieli
Some magic canaries? by KateMaxpaint
Mask by zaidoigres
Digital Art DD RoundUp - September 2012:iconhyazintha:
Features by Hyazintha
White Lotus covered in red by LordMagtheridon Fires of the Desert by AaronMiller
Wasp by alicexz Above the clouds by Mante-pls Desert by thefireis :thumb321655946:
Features by alicexz
On the Earth by algenpfleger Edmund and the Witch by kelseymichele Mr. Lonely and Blue Monkeys by phomax sochen falls_lost kids by Tonyholmsten
The Transformation by elotta Americana by Sarafinconcepts Magic Flute: The Night Queen by LeeJJ deep into Moria by breathing2004
Loh by Viccolatte
Features by Thiefoworld
Sunday Morning by fieru-ri life god by yefumm Claws of the storm by najtkriss Reverie by giselleukardi
Fallen Astronaut by SeanSoong Sentinel by TerenceJaidenWray Harvest Moon by neosorcerer Wind Queen by rustikuz
Geisha by vladgheneli Victorian Street Concept by stayinwonderland La vera Amicizia by 1oshuart Jungle Nature by Akany89
Features by etherealbeast
PE: Introduction to the Digital Art categoriesHi! Welcome to the Digital Art categories central! The following article is intended to be a quick guide on the Digital Art categories to get you started, most of the descriptions included here came from past Project Educate articles (so thanks for all the current and past CVs for their indirect help :P) and will include links to more articles if you want a more deep insight of said category, as well as a list of CVs you can send your DD suggestions to. (As of December 2012, for the updated list of current volunteers you can always check this blog)
But first, what is considered DIGITAL Art?
Digital Art includes every artwork created with the use and/or help of digital software and tools. Said in simple words: art you create with a computer (or other devic
PE: Digital Art VS other categoriesThe category system within deviantArt has the purpose to organize the thousands of artworks submitted every day and group them together in accordance to style, media, genre and/or theme, etc. Imagine deviantArt without categories, it would be a chaos! Imagine yourself wanting to browse for photography only; without the system organizing every deviation by media, you would find yourself unable to filter artworks that aren't photography in your search results.
Thus the importance of categorizing your artwork correctly. By submitting your work to the appropiate category combined with a correct use of keywords, you're a step ahead of being discovered by people wanting to search for art like yours.
All this sounds so nice and all, but what happens when a particular piece could fit in several categories? The category system as it is now is very specialized and has literally thousands of different subcategories buried down tons of more subcategories, which is both a blessing and a curse. Havi
PE: Daily Deviations - The Myth and the LegendDaily Deviations, or DDs . . . for some deviants, receiving one is the epitome of awesomesauce in the deviantART world. For others, they are a nice way to show off the work of lesser-known artists. Still others treat them as a special way to bring attention to great art that exemplifies works being done by a particular gallery or community.
Perhaps because there are so many different ways of conceptualizing DDs, there are also many myths and misconceptions. I would like to address some of those myths by responding to the ones most frequently heard. Please note that these opinions are mine and reflect my experiences with the photomanipulation community, but perhaps they will be informative nevertheless.
Myth 1: DDs should always be perfect.
To many of us, the ideal Daily Deviation goes to an artist with amazing talent whose work draws you in and makes you think, "Wow, everyone needs to see this!" A DD should move you, inspire you, and provoke you to think, b
Urbex #2Urban Exploration is the exploration of man-made structures. Usually these are abandoned ruins, or components that used to be part of everyday life but are no longer seen on a regular basis by the human eye. This series of articles aims to highlight exactly what Urban Exploration is, how it's achieved and the some of the best Urbex Photographers here on deviantART.
The internet has provided Urban explorers with many opportunities to garner news of new locations, the best places to go to 'urban explore' and what to avoid. Additionally social media means that we can share places that others will never see, and never hoped to see until the introduction of the internet and the ease with which we can communicate. So as this series goes on, we're going to look at some of the top Urban Exploration websites, at the current time, online. Contamination Zone is dedicated to Photographing Urban Decay across the United Kingdom. As far as urbex sites go, i
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Community Voices: What is a Daily Deviation?DDs: The deviantART definition
So, as the title says, What in the world IS a Daily Deviation (DD), anyway?
You know what deviantART says about it, right? Under :faq61: it says:
A small assortment of submissions are chosen each day by a select group of staff/volunteer members who wish to showcase an image which they found impressive or otherwise interesting enough to deserve being brought to the attention of the community-at-large.
That says nothing about a DD being a perfect specimen of art-- in fact, it doesn't even use the word "art" at all. Basically, as CVs, when we are giving a DD, we are doing so because we think the image is interesting and well-done and deserves your attention. It may be technically exquisite. It may be technically quite good but exceptionally thought-provoking. It may be exceedingly creative. It may be all of these things! Above all else, it should stand out in some way from others in that medium or gallery.
Photomanipulation vs. Digital Mixed MediaWhat is this series?
The "Fix that Miscat" series has been designed to help educate deviantART members about the different galleries to which they can submit their art. Tired of submitting to a particular gallery and having your art moved to a different one? We will help minimize this occurrence by examining pairs of categories that frequently get confused and doing our best to clarify them for you.
What is a Photomanipulation?
What it is:
On deviantART, we define photomanipulation as "two or more PHOTOGRAPHIC elements that have been combined to form something NEW."
This means that:
At least 2 elements must be from photographs.
The result must be something new and different, distinguishable from the original.
What it is not:
It does not involve 3D images, even if there are also photos involved.
PE: Organizing Projects and ContestsProjects and Contests are amazing ways to get more involved in the community and branch out to the community, be it that you are running the project or contest or that you are simply taking part in it or even helping out with it in any way. Below will detail some of the ways to better get involved with Projects and Contests.
Interview with Aeirmid
Aeirmid is well known within our community for running fun and out of the box Projects and Contests. Jade heads up Arts-and-Health, ran the Halloween-HQ contest this past Halloween, did a month long projecteducate on Photomanipulation, and has ran several other successful contests and projects just within the past year. As such I felt she was the perfect person to interview in this article.
How can members get their projects/contest seen so that more people will get involved with them?
OK my first piece of advice would be to partner with the
Welcome to Daily Deviations PE WeekWelcome to Daily Deviations week!
Over the course of this week we'll celebrate the positive side of DDs and discuss the negatives, allay some fears, and address some myths in the hopes that all members of dA will have a better understanding of how and why DDs are featured. We hope that everyone will enjoy what we have prepared for you all as we tried to incorporate the feedback you have so generously given us as we prepared for this week. We hope that we will address your concerns, but feel free to ask questions at any time!
This weeks schedule
Monday AM: Welcome to DD Week - Astralseed
Monday PM: Community Voices: What is a Daily Deviation? - Aeirmid
Tuesday AM: Daily Deviations: The Myth and the Legend - Aeirmid
Tuesday PM: Daily Deviations- So you want to su
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