Keep Calm and Carry On
Vector Week: Apr 18 - 24I had so much fun during Project Educates Vector Week I decided to extend the features to a weekly news article. Each article will feature great vector art from each sub category of the vector gallery on deviantART.Vector Week: Apr 18 - 24 by Ikue
Hope you enjoy the show!
Vector Week Homework
"Homework" is a weekly vector challenge. Each week deviants are given a topic or word for inspiration. The deviant then takes the topic and creates a vector work out of it. The point of the project is to keep your artistic juices flowing. If you choose to participate your deviation will be featured with the current Vector Week Features article that is posted every Friday. The real prize will be to advance your skills as an artist. Are you ready for this weeks weeks assignment? Here goes...
Give Yourself a Hand
This community is one of the most amazing places on the planet. You guys deserve a big round of applause. Your homework this week is to show your appreciation for your fellow deviants. Giv
FanChat: Live Interview with keelerleahAmazing Artist keelerleah joins :#fanartda:!FanChat: Live Interview with keelerleah by aunjuli
Saturday, April 25th @ 8:00pm (Eastern, North America)
Sweeping lines, epic poses and tantalizing subjects define what can be found in keelerleah's gallery. With a mythical take on most of her creations and a magical color palette, each piece of artwork jumps off the page and grabs the viewer.
Saturday, April 25th, participants will be able to ask keelerleah questions about her art, inspiration, and her love for fandoms! The live interview is scheduled to run for an hour, so make sure you get here early to get a spot to ask your question!
How to Participate!
Familiarize yourself with keelerleah and her artwork by browsing her gallery!
Think of your questions!
Join :#fanartda: on Saturday, April 25th @ 8:00pm Eastern - Find your time on this fixed calender: http://tinyurl.com/daxy4n
On the Couch with Jan Van Lysebettens!Today, I have the honor to present to you our third interview for the "On the Couch with…" Project.On the Couch with Jan Van Lysebettens! by NunoDias
The main purpose of this project is to interview some successful designers of the community. This project will try to know better their lives, tastes, working process, influences and everything relative about Design and how this area influenced their own lives.
"On the Couch with...", has the honor to present the third interview with one of the most successful Designers of our Community, Jan Van Lysebettens aka janvanlysebettens. Let's get the party started.
First of all Jan, thanks a lot for giving us this opportunity. You probably are busy so I will be quick… Tell us a little about how your life was before you decided to study design? And now, what has changed?
Well, I graduated from High School when I was 18 and I studied Mathematics and Economics. As most 18-year olds, I wasn't very
Mini Horror Reviews - Nightmare on Elm St. (1984)techgnotic
In this Issue
Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street
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!
The Shape of Things to ComeYou want change on DeviantArt. Everyone here has something they would change. We do listen and, yes, we can’t get everything done. Still, as a community, with any change we change together because we are all here together.spyed
We found major talent to join the DeviantArt team this year to help us assume responsibility for major change and deliver on it. In return, we will be calling on the whole community to exercise its responsibility of continuing to shape DeviantArt into the place where the global undercurrent of creativity feeds the future of popular culture.
DeviantArt is as binary as it is digital in its platform. We serve equally those who produce art as those who need to see art and engage with it. Creating the undercurrent is a function of tools as much as it is a function of community activity. Getting these two to work in unison has always been the secret sauce of DeviantArt – and every recipe for the sauce begins