As an alpha tester, I have to test deviantART features before they are released to beta testing. It means testing with different types of accounts and groups and different browsers. Alpha testers recruiting is closed for now.
dAWishingWell is a group to help deviants with their dA wishes like getting more watchers, gathering some points, exchanging llamas and more. Everybody can join and make a wish (but please read the rules first).
Gangsta of Love (AWW)
Angels Without Wings (AWW) is a bi-weekly feature of three deviants who are well known by the dA community. The founder of this project is Nameda and you can see details here.
SeniorSelections stands to feature premier artwork from the deviantART community through weekly features from each gallery category. As the anthro gallery and the photography - horror and macabre admin, I will feature one deviation a month in each of those categories. See my guidelines if you want to suggest an artwork.
My selection collection.
Interviews of myself
Artist Showcase: Ep. X
SPOTLIGHT on Stygma
Community voices Vol. 0: Intro
Community voices Vol. 1: Daily Deviations
I mostly do digital art and casual photography!
I draw a lot of canines but my favorite animal is the bat!
I like mangas and animes, horror, fantasy and sci-fi.
I play World of Warcraft: both factions!
Je parle français!
Other places to find me
Trade with SHAKUMl
littlepolka art prize
Hetherev ref sheet
Ref-sheets for my new adopted OCs!
Eye of the Storm **Update**I'm currently writing this from a friends house that by some miracle of miracle still has internet but is sadly without power like the vast majority of us. They've purchased a generator to help run keep appliances and graciously allowed me to check in.
We're safe! It has been a week since we have had electricity or cable/internet. Up until 3 days ago we were also without water as well. Thankfully water came on so we at least have some comfort. Cold showers are perfect after a long day of cutting and digging and dragging and stacking and pulling and sweating out in the hot sun all day. With all the hard work we've managed to clean my and my immediate family's homes quite a bit. Thankfully there was no major damage. Really just a lot of downed trees, and of course, utilities. We were very fortunate considering in some parts of the various islands water was up to resident's waists in their homes, and others the storm surge pushed the ocean a mile and half inland complet
Tuesday Treats: Sleep Weekly Wish List 16.9.3 | Weekend Fun | WishingWell Weekly, Ed. 166 | Important annoucement!
Hello! It's UszatyArbuz covering Stygma for time being as we are on vacation mode
Let's see last week suggestions!
Affordable education from top industry prosOver the last 10 years I've been saddened at how many thousands of dollars artists have paid for good art education. How many of us are still paying off student loans in the 10s of thousands and how many of us can't even afford good education. It shouldn't be about how much money we have or what our parents do for a living that determines what kind of education one deserves.
Imagine learning from the top industry pros...
...and all you had to do is buy them dinner once a month.
In exchange, you get his or her knowledge for a month. If that sounds pretty good, I hope you'll like this...
When we introduced our annual subscriptions, it helped the art
community in a huge way, but we wanted to do even more—we
wanted to make it an absolute ‘no brainer’ for artists.
Today we did.
Now you can subscribe to Schoolism monthly instead of yearly for what amounts to the cost of dinner:
You don't have to thank me for a watch, a fave or a llama, but I don't mind if you do!