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Inspiring Digital Artworks       Try browsing dA. Many of the most popular artworks ever are uploaded in Digital Art gallery. Then have a look at some of the most popular digital works in the last hours and compare them to some other popular deviations from different categories. What do you notice? - What i did a long time ago: there's a difference between them; digital artworks usually have more views, more comments, more faves. And it made me wonder "Why is that?" - Is it because many people are fans of fantasy characters and great landscapes? Is it because they enjoy looking at an enhanced figure or at a reality-defying picture?     
        Of course they do, but that's not the only reason. It's mostly because people appreciate good work and stunning details, which are sometimes harder or impossible to achieve through other arts. It is also because this is the medium that imposes no limits to your power of creation - you ca
Interview with *yangtianli
          Yangtian Li was born in China 23 years ago, but moved to Australia to follow her dream of becoming a professional illustrator and animator for games, magazines and books. She agreed to answer a few questions, so let's sit back and take a few minutes to see what she has to say.


Clown Girl
          
What drawn you towards digital art, paintings in particular? How was your first experience with this kind of art and how long ago was it?
       Like many artists, I have always been interested in drawing since a very young age, it was really just a natural thing. I love animation and I've always been watching lots of animations since i was a child. As I grew, I also found huge interest in comics (manga particularly) and games, and these have always been my inspiration. So my goal was always to become a professional artist i
Thoughts about Photography - part 1In here you will find a few examples of works specific to different types of Photography, followed by various artists' opinion about what they think it's most important regarding their art and how to make it. You will come to see that while on some types of Photography many artists have similar opinions, on others their thoughts differ a lot, so read them all carefully and enjoy the article! - lintu47
Abstract & Surreal

AndyDragonPark says: "Abstract Photography is not something people immediately think about when you tell them you are a photographer. Most people ask " do you do landscapes, action, portraits or weddings". The truth is I do all these things but my favourite is Abstract Photography. Many definitions on abtract art will tell you that an abstract is one without a
Thoughts about Photography - part 2In here you will find a few examples of works specific to different types of Photography, followed by various artists' opinion about what they think it's most important regarding their art and how to make it. You will come to see that while on some types of Photography many artists have similar opinions, on others their thoughts differ a lot, so read them all carefully and enjoy the article! - lintu47
Architecture



canismaioris says: "The most important in Architectural Photography for me is:1. Finding the right perspective. You should always look for an interesting foreground, first plan can totally change perception. 
2. It's good to use wide angle, show as much as you can, use a wide angle lens or make panorama, but this trick doesn't work in every case and situation. 
3.
Thoughts about Photography - part 3In here you will find a few examples of works specific to different types of Photography, followed by various artists' opinion about what they think it's most important regarding their art and how to make it. You will come to see that while on some types of Photography many artists have similar opinions, on others their thoughts differ a lot, so read them all carefully and enjoy the article! - lintu47
Darkroom



pestilence says: "Photography, combined from the Greek words, Φώτο - γράφω, writing with light, as the above sentence suggests the pure essence of photography is light, without light there can be no photography. I have been asked many times what are the details of a good capture, what are the elements that compose a good pictur
Thoughts about Photography - part 4In here you will find a few examples of works specific to different types of Photography, followed by various artists' opinion about what they think it's most important regarding their art and how to make it. You will come to see that while on some types of Photography many artists have similar opinions, on others their thoughts differ a lot, so read them all carefully and enjoy the article! - lintu47
Still Life



AmbientExposures "Still Photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. To achieve better results in still photography or product photography, I use various equipments. These are some of the essential equipments I use in my photography. Tripod: the tripod is very essential to still photography. I find myself working with very high F-stops (8-22) to produce sharpn


Project Educate

















The world of Traditional ArtIntroduction into Traditional Art
by lintu47
          As part of the Project Educate, this article, which is primarily a feature, wishes to bring to your attention some of the most common forms of traditional art. It also includes a short description about each one of them that leads you into the wonderful world of traditional artworks, so you could appreciate the beauty of the examples at their true value.
          Traditional Art represents any art created through the use of real media. It is the most known form of art, as well as the oldest one. Below are the most encountered forms of this art. Enjoy!
Body Art
          Body Art is the art made on, with, or consisting of the human body. The most common form of body art are tattoos, but other types include full body tattoo and body
Typography: An inside lookTypography: An inside look
by lintu47
          Typography is an old form of art, everybody heard about it. But what exactly is typography? Typography is the art and technique of arranging type in order to make language visible while taking various forms, such as animals, objects, faces, hands or more direct inspirational quotes.
          Objects:


          The arrangement of type involves the selection of typefaces, point size, line length, line spacing, adjusting the spaces between groups of letters and adjusting the space between pairs of letters.
          People:
Project Educate: An Interview with popoksProject Educate:  An Interview with bebefromtheblock
by lintu47
bebefromtheblock is an inspiring artist living in Germany with one of the most colourful galleries on dA that I’ve ever seen. Her stunning skills and creativity are a source of inspiration to all photographers around. Aside from her well known photos, she also draws, although photography remains her primary way to express her artistic side. I had the luck to be able to interview her last week and below is what I’ve found out.


1) If you could bring one deceased legendary artist back to the current time, who would it be and why them?
Johann Sebastian Bach & Kurt Cobain (because 2 is better than one), although I think it's not necessary to bring a deceased legendary artist back to the current time, since Clint Eastwood and Anthony Kiedes are still around.
Project Educate: An Interview with ^pica-aeProject Educate:  An Interview with pica-ae
by lintu47
Anne is an inspiring member of our community that makes a difference here every day. Her modesty and dedication towards the community are a source of inspiration for all the people on dA. She was kind enough to find the time to answer the questions for this interview. Enjoy!

1) Tell us a few words about yourself.
I am Anne from Hamburg in Germany and currently Community Volunteer for Text & Typography on dA. That means I set DDs from Traditional Art > Typography and Digital Art > Typography.
When I am not on dA I work as a webdesigner.
As you can guess, I love Typography. But I also love chocolate and spring and gather any random information I can get.

2) How did you found out about dA and why did you join the community?
I found dA because I was looking to Photoshop Brushes :B I hear that is quite a common thing to happen :lol: I used
PE: ^Talty about Artisan CraftsProject Educate: Talty about Artisan Crafts
by lintu47
Talty is an amazingly talented artist who does wonders in turning her imagination into reality with her skilled hands. She’s in Mexico, so any passionate traveller or anyone living there should pay her a visit at some point and then prepare to be amazed. I asked her a few questions about what she’s doing and I  really hope you’ll find her answers both inspiring and helpful. Enjoy!



1) Tell us a few words about yourself and the art you're practicing.
I'm Talty, I live in Mexico and I'm studying university. I love cats, food and miniatures! My work revolves around polymer clay, I mostly do miniature food but I also do jewelry and I'm trying to expand into different figurines.

:bi
PE Interview with =agnes-cecileSilvia is, without any doubt, one of the most marking figures of this site. Many thousands love her works and some artists consider her to be the role model of their artistic life. Instead of rambling about how she is a popular figure of this site, i decided to show you what other people think of her.
Green-EyedGhost says: "Her art is inspiring, emotional, brilliant, incredible, indescribable. Her every single work is what actually can be called art. She always inspires me, she is the most amazing artist I've ever seen in my life!"

airheadOMer completes: "...she has a brilliant and copious use of color. All her work is very intricate and lavish while remaining fairly luminous and simple. It has a wonderful flow to it and is, basically, quite beautiful. She has ineffable talent and her work shows that."
With this being said, let's see what agnes-cecile has to say!
You are a very succ
PE Interview with *SoulOfDavid and *mashamaklautDavid is an amazingly talented artist who works wonders using only editing programs... With Photoshop, he portraits some of the most famous celebrities in a way that makes you wonder, are these really paintings, or photographs?

Maria is one of the artists that made themselves noticed on this site through their hard work and incredible attention to details. Her works, both digital and photographic, are of the highest quality. 
These great artists have something in common: they both used to paint traditionally and now they both adopted the digital style. Let's meet them :heart:


You are both successful artists, what do you believe are your most important qualities that made you stand out?
David: I think my style. I'm using Photoshop CS6. It's a new technique, not mentioning my e
PE Interview with =Aida-ArtInna is a young talented artist who paints... digitally! Her personal quote is "Impossible... but doable" and this can also be seen in her works, where she achieves pure awesomeness!


You are a very successful artist, what do you believe are your most important features that made you pop out of the crowd?
That’s a tough one  Personally I think the most important thing is that you need to love what you’re creating. Always put your heart and soul in your creations and make them for yourself, not for public. 

What do you want to express through your artworks? What inspires you the most?
The answer is really simple – my soul. I always express my vision of beauty through my artworks. Beauty is everywhere and I capture it the way I see it. 

In your opinion, the quality of your art depends more
PE Interview with ~ScorpionEntityIulian is an inspiring photographer that i had the honour of meeting in real life. He's on deviantART for more than 6 years now and i got him to answer us a few questions, so you can meet him too!


You are a very successful artist, what do you believe are your most important features that made you pop out of the crowd?
I don't consider myself talented, I practice a lot and still try to improve. First of all, I started photography by doing lots and lots of shot, and those got the attention of the public I might say. In time, I've perfected the concepts, editing, composition etc, but the idea still stands.
I try to do something different with all shots, and the photo sessions to be different from one another.

What do you look for in your models? What qualities do you appreciate the most in them?
Expression is the key to success. Also, the eyes. I believe the eyes are the d
PE Interview with =jane-beataI won't even try figure out how to present Jana, because, as her friend, my opinion only may not impress you, so i'm going to present to you what others think of her and her art:
13-realpeople-42-333: "She makes some of the best art pieces I've ever seen. Really inspiring."
Marts-NZ: "Her work is just amazing, i love coming back to see the immense beauty she creates."

InsomniaSquared: "Her art makes me feel like I've been kicked in the face by a unicorn dancing in a meadow of pansies and fairies. What I meant to say is: really excellent art!" (this is the most original comment i've ever read!)
Aside from praising her amazing skills and works, i will add that she's also a wonderful person, kind and involved with the community, always wanting to spread the dA love to everyone she meets.


First, please introduce yourself to those that might not know you yet.
Interview with ~yuriko-shirouMargarita is a mexican artist that has amazing skills and talent towards traditional art! Her works are brilliant and deserve a closer look, it would be a shame not to stop by to see the works she put so much soul into.


First, please introduce yourself to those that might not know you yet.
Hi everyone! It’s a pleasure, my name is Margarita Luna but I prefer to be named Yuriko. I’m 25 years old, I’m mexican and I am an illustrator. I’m working to be an art professor someday and to do art books as well. Painting and illustration are my biggest passions and I wish to dedicate my whole life to them. 

You are a very successful artist, what do you believe are your most important features that made you pop out of the crowd?
Thanks, I still don’t consider myself successful, so it’s a little difficult to answer but imagining I could be, I c
Interview with *MadspeitersenMads Peitersen is a professional digital artist that lives in Denmark. His gallery consists of unique artworks, so i advise you to make him a visit after reading what he has to say!


First, please introduce yourself to those that might not know you yet.
My name is Mads Peitersen. I am 33 years old and I live in Copenhagen, Denmark. Early in my life I quit highschool in order to pursue an education in Animation, Illustration and Art. Since then I have been working with everything, from Creating art for animation, Tv Series and movies, computer games titles to advertising. Right now I am working for Tactile Entertainment, creating iPhone and Android games. It is very fulfilling and I really love doing it :) It brings out the kid in me, sharpens my creative mind.

You are a very successful artist, what do you believe are your most important features that made y
Interview with *KaduflyerDavid is a Designer/Illustrator – Sculptor – Special Makeup Effects artist. His resume is impressive and diverse: he worked on Clash of the Titans (Senior Sculptor – Creature design), Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (Sculptor and painter props), Dr Who Series 6 (Sculptor – Creature design – Make up application), Nintendo (Trainee – Puppeteer) and many, many other amazing films and projects. WOW! He's a well refined artist and as popular as he is, he is still a kind and modest person. Let's find more about him and his amazing work from the interview below! 


First, please introduce yourself to those that might not know you yet.
My name is Dave Bonneywell, I’m from England and for the past 20 years I have worked as a professional special make up effects artist for film and TV. 


You are a very successful art
Interview Puzzle    Hello fellow deviants! It's been a long time and no articles for this wonderful project from my part, so i decided it's time to pop up with something new! My last articles here were in fact interviews and since i'm told you love the artists i interview, i thought: why not bring you more within the same article? But not whole interviews, that wouldn't be original and would be way too long, wouldn't it? Instead i will bring you one artist per question and two of their representative works. Enjoy!

    The-Longfall-of-1979: Tell us, what defines you as a person?


   That is a good question. I don’t believe it is any one skill or trait that defines me — however I’ve made the best effort to listen to my life and see the mystery that it is. In the boredom and pain of it — no less than in the excitement and gladness. I’ve learned that for an artist, it

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I had the great honour to be painted by my dear friend jane-beata's talented hands... TWICE!
Animated Pink Heart Divider by GasaraAnimated Pink Heart Divider by Gasara

Timebomb, watercolor portrait speed painting by jane-beataCristina by jane-beataCloseup by jane-beata
Cristina by jane-beataCloseup by jane-beataTimebomb, watercolor portrait speed painting by jane-beata

Animated Pink Heart Divider by GasaraAnimated Pink Heart Divider by Gasara
Go show her some love and also check out her awesome community projects and her group for traditional art!

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Angel without Wings Award - September 21st 2013

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didactic, in a japanese wayI.
grab an idea and
hold onto it as tight as
you possibly can.
II.  
weave your perceptions
into singular design,
as a spider spins it's web.
(the irony is
something so terrifying
could conceive so much beauty)
III.
            see
          the web.
          disregard
       the architect's
            guise.
IV.
it's a leap of faith,
bleeding your disposition
til the fount runs dry.
the reward is catharsis -
oh beloved concubine.
V.
never surrender -
desire will always prevail
over discontent.
the worlds in words are countless,
in abandon there are none.
nomadicshe lies on a void of sheets
they fix her.
why? because she is sick
of being teased. sick of being told
that her eyes are unfocused,
that her vision is unclear, that
she is not - quite - looking -
at them. she doesn't mention
that she is bad at eye contact
anyway. that the strange ease
others seem to have with visual
communication is lacking in her.
instead, she says, yeah, the left eye
wanders a bit. like me, really. we're
wolves, me and my eyes.
wolves in roaming blue.

she wakes up and she looks
her mother in the eyes. hello,
she says, and the doctor
tests her and prescribes her with
eyedrops for two weeks, with
instructions for how long she
needs to be on pain relief.
how do you feel? her mother
says, smiling a little, and she
looks up. her vision is
co-ordinated, and she ignores the
stab of discomfort at their
shared gazes. her sweater is
grey, her eyes are blue, her
sigh sharp. like a wolf, she says, and the
scent of hospital sheets
washes out.
But I doubt you remember.Dear Mom,
I was five 
when you first told me I needed the exercise 
and signed me up 
for a sports team 
but I doubt you remember. 
I was six 
when you first weighed me 
in front of you, 
looking down at the number 
with disappointment 
but I doubt you remember. 
I was seven 
when you first hung up 
my weight in pounds 
all summer long, in the kitchen 
for everyone to see 
but I doubt you remember.
I was eight 
when you first bet me,
offering money if 
I could go six months 
without gaining weight 
but I doubt you remember.
 I was nine 
when you first announced 
that we would be dieting 
because we all needed 
to drop a few pounds 
but I doubt you remember. 
I was ten 
when you first saw me 
push away my dinner 
and say I didn't need to eat 
cause I wasn't that hungry 
but I doubt you remember.
I was eleven 
when you first

H a t r e d
Mutual.
There was nothing mutual about them.
They shared the same stars, and the same skin.
They shared the same temperament, and even the same desires.
They mutually went hand in hand, crossing a bridge to seek each other.
But they weren't mutual. Nothing about them was mutual at all.
Out of tune to each other, they threw uncertain wavelengths that were catastrophic to their ears.
She cried. He yelled. Furiously, angrily.
Everything they had put together trembled, falling to bits in vain.
And then she had done it, throwing scissors at his throat because of her headaches.
Solitude. A wall was built between the two by his hands.
Detached. Separated. She wept and left her post at the edge of the island.
He returned, peeping over the wall, seeing the lack of absence which should have been her presence. He removed the wall, and she saw it fall from her windowpane.
However, he tore up the bridge so that a gaping hole stood between them.
She did not come out of her house. She did not wav
did you hear?you don't speak to me in whispers 
'cause you're anti-silence 
-i stopped reading your lips 
when i realized the reason you never stop 
to beat the bated breath from your lungs
is you've nothing worth experiencing
                                x
                                p
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                                s
    
in these bonesi. a coward's choice
i am
an eternity of cowardice and curses and forgetting
how to feel. almost a century ago (all pass
by in the bat of an eyelid) i became
a corpse and it's not
pretty it's not nice it's not
i know,
know that it was to help me survive,
'cause we were a battlefield, blood-stained.
but these days, i am damned. these days
i am ashamed i was never
a fighter, i knew only murder and i murdered
my own heart so no one would ever
be able to hurt me.
i am
still moving my lips in a rhythm not there,
still learning.
ii. learning how to breathe
and i lived five hundred lifes without
opening my eyes. there is a comfort in darkness.
modern age, conquered;
i cannot let
these planes trick me into believing in stars
(again again
i was born dreaming skywards) -
but i sing a song i don't know and i still
don't speak to cassiopeia, knowing
andromeda's anger in my bones.
and i fought in silence and i fought
with weapons dreamt of
and i breathe.
this cage is empty but i didn'




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Movies you loved, but can't rewatch

Thu Dec 18, 2014, 4:31 PM


Yeah, you read it right.

Mine is, hands down, Sala samobójców. It is not a masterpiece, but it is. For me, at least. I loved it because it connected to me on a deeper level than any other movie i've seen to this date, the same level as this poem did today here, after deathi.   i wish everyone who peddles god
could watch my grandmother die.
i wish they could know the panic
branching like fire through my fingers
as i listened to her choke, half-asleep in her bed
on the other side of a dark room,
wondering if she’d still be there in the morning
or if i'd be able to say her name again
in anything but a whisper
ii.   i wish that
the stewards and
good news-tellers
could hear her cry
the morning she woke up thinking the cancer was gone
only to die all over again,
trying to stand on god, on the floor,
doing anything to keep from going under.
i wish i could have filmed it
and shown it to every pastor,
every asshole on facebook
letting their keyboard do the grieving,
because
i want to see
the violent upheaval of sorry.
i want to watch them watch her body shrink
like lost faith
deteriorating in thin sheets,
every starved bone
woven and unwoven by god
iii.   i want to see the bruised hands of jesus
and the blood on his fucking face
the day he r
. Congrats on the DD once again :heart:

Back to the point. I loved this movie. It might seem foolish to those who have no insight on how the smallest things can affect you when you are in fragile mental state (not that the action in the movie was based around stupid, small things). I loved this movie because it is real, not some Hollywood overrated crap. This is really happening, people go through this. Alone. They are scared, they feel misunderstood. Anyone who read my old journals and talked to me on private knows i've been fighting with my depression demons since i was a teenager and because of that i love this movie.

I cried the first time i've seen it. I (almost) never cry while watching movies (not counting Lion King, it gets me every time). I felt like shit for days and at first i thought it was because i was tired, or because i was stressed, or because i fought with my boyfriend. Mnope.

After a while i watched it a second time because i always do this with the movies i like. This time it got me way worse than before, like all of that was happening to me. So yay for that. But i loved every minute of the movie. After i recomposed myself i realized that as much as i love it, it's toxic for me and i really should not and could not watch it again.

Do you have a movie like this? A movie that hits you so hard for whatever reason that you really don't want to go through it again just to re-watch it?

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