Keep Calm and Carry On
Robert Rodriguez Presents Project Green ScreenRobert RodriguezRobert Rodriguez Presents Project Green Screen by Ayame-Kenoshi
Robert shot an action-packed short film called Two Scoops, starring twins Lola and Lucia who operate an ice cream truck by day and happen to also be monster-slayers. Fans contributed to the project by submitting films, Tweeting their ideas for super-weapons, creating the fiercest monsters, and sending in their photos to appear on Missing Person posters.
We're excited to announce that the collaboration is now complete! You can see the finished film right here, along with the best contributions from fans, and documentary footage to tell the story of the project.
Gallery Makeover ProjectHello everyoneGallery Makeover Project by Moonbeam13
Recently my team and I worked tirelessly on a project to help improve the gallery descriptions and thumbnail examples. While that project was indeed tedious with almost 4,000 categories in our system, it was also educational. What I learned from sorting through thousands and thousands of categories was that we have a lot of redundancy and a lot of categories that seem to have been created on a whim that are now simply homes for junk.
Over the years, the desire to appease niche communities and people who just wanted a specific area has led to some categories that go up to 4 levels deep, and it's really no wonder it's so confusing for people to figure out where to submit their artwork.
The conclusion I've come to is simplicity. While I'm not about to rip apart everything and make 6 stand alone categories, I do believe that there is a lot we can do to simplify the category tree. That includes some of the following:
1. Merging categories that ma
Hiyo! My name is Ikue (eye•coo), well my given name is Chris, but feel free to call me just about anything you wish (; Depending on what it is I may just answer you. ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°
I have been on deviantART since 2003, and let me just say I Love This Place! A little over 3 years ago I took the plunge into Community Relations and became the Moderator for the Vector Gallery. But in early 2010 I joined the ranks of the administrative $taff as a Customer Service Rep. It's great to finally give back to a community that has given me so much. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have about deviantART I'll be happy to assist you in anyway I can.
I've been working in the art field as a freelance graphic designer in the Bahamas for about 8 years. And discovered Vector work about a year into it. Since then I find any excuse to work with this medium. I love the way it pushes me to find a different route to create something that would normally be easily created in raster. - I'm gonna cut myself short there, cause' I tend to get a little too passionate about my vectors. Just know you can come to me for anything... Beware though, I may talk your ear off. I'm also a glorified Mac-Junkie, so if you know what's good for you ... steer clear o.O
If you're looking to talk to me live, feel free to check any of my usual chat haunts: #Vectorgasm, #help or #GeniusBar and if you ever need help on dAmn make sure and hook up with shuttermonkey He'll take good care of you! ;b