Keep Calm and Carry On
Project Make OverVector-Artists Contest: Project: MakeoverProject Make Over by vector-artists
vector-artists is changing and we need your help to find the hot new look!
What we need: A new logo, which will then be the inspiration for the header of the journal layout and the club-icon! The logo can be anything you like as long as it screams vector-artist's or at least whispers VECTOR.
What you can do additionally:
Make a matching avatar
Make a matching header for the CSS
1st Place prize winner:
The logo will be used by the club
1 year sub
1 month feature in LineBirgitte's journal
1 month feature in rjonesdesign's journal
1 custom vector or vexel from rjonesdesign
1 month feature in Helen-Baq's journal
2 weeks feature in taho's journal
1 month feature in Asher-Bee's journal
1 full body piece of what the winner wants by Vashtastic
2nd Place prize winner:
Cohesive Scribblings vol.1One of the greatest things about dA is the incredible depth of talent and community spirit we have here. As everyone here has discovered, a world of art and ideas are a click away. In my own travels, I have discovered a multitude of friendly and helpful artists whom I have grown to respect and follow.Cohesive Scribblings vol.1 by rjonesdesign
I was interested in what these artists liked, what caught their eyes. Who looked to them to be creating great artworks, and perhaps what gave them inspiration as well. I have asked them to select personal favorites, and say a few words.
What follows is what they said......
One of the better "unknown" artists here on DA is stevothomas Though his gallery is just over 20 deviations, his artwork definitely shows a sense of quality over quantity. I especially like his use of colors in each of his 'future retro' themes. Each has a different color scheme that works wonderfully with each theme and I totally believe that eac
DD Suggestion Tips - Stuff You Ought To KnowThe views written here are solely my own. Some Gallery Moderators may share my views and some may not (we don't all have the same work pattern). These are a few tips of mine to help you suggest DD's.DD Suggestion Tips - Stuff You Ought To Know by FaMz
Take a look at these News Articles written my Moonbeam13 -
Community Relations Newsletter: December
Community Relations Newsletter: November
In them you'll find important stuff that you ought to know. So do read them and look out for more of these monthly articles by Danielle.
Always Read DD Suggestion Guidelines
Before Suggesting a DD to a Gallery Moderator, read their suggestion guidelines, most likely they are found in the GM's journal or their journal page (side panel) or both. Every moderator has their own specific guidelines for you to follow that's because we all think differently. If you don't read it, it is likely your s
Stock and Awe 16Stock and Awe 16 by UnicornReality
Welcome to the sixteenth edition of the still awesomely named Stock and Awe a series of newsletters as suggested by you!
Pimp yo'self x2!
I have made a thread here in the stock forum - it is for you stock artists to leave me a piece of your stock that has been used at least six times so it can have a feature down at the bottom - go on, read down and you'll see what I mean!
If you've not had six stock uses then hell, still note me, give me one or two and I can stick them in the Stock to Art section - it's all about you!
And now if you are a stock artist and want to be Interviewed please note me with the subject Stock Interview - for more information see here.
From the Stock G
On the Couch with Ryan Ford!The Designs & Interfaces Gallery Moderator has the honor to present you the "On the Couch with " Project.On the Couch with Ryan Ford! by NunoDias
The mainly propose of this project is to interview some successful designers of the Community. This project will try to know better their lives, their tastes, their working process, their influences, everything relative about Design and how this area influenced their own lives.
To move on with this Project I will need some help from you, suggesting Designers worthy to be interviewed. So, for now is everything and I hope you support this project and enjoy the interviews.
"On the Couch with...", have the honor to present the first interview with one of the most successful Designers of our Community, Ryan Ford aka TheRyanFord. Let's get start the party.
First of all Ryan, thanks a lot by giving us this opportunity. We know you have a busy life, so, I will be brief, I promise For the first q
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