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Feedback For Favorites Contest
Created for thorns' Complaint Challenge.
Feedback Generated As Of February 1st: 4,085
The +Fav and Run Phenomenon.
Have you ever received Favorites on your deviations, but did not receive any comments or critiques? Have you added a user's work to your Favorites, but never left them any comments or feedback on those pieces? Many would agree that while views and favorites are great, that comments and critiques are the most valuable. This contest aims to fill that void, by giving deviants a chance to return to the artwork they collected and provide feedback for it.
To leave Comments, Feedback, and Critiques on Deviations in your Favorites Collection.
Go through your Favorites Gallery, and comment on the deviations you find there that you did not leave a comment on. You may also
Posting Your Drawings on DeviantArtHey all you artists out there, drawers and sketchers alike. Tired of having to scan your drawings and sketches into the computer so you can upload them to your gallery on DeviantArt? Tired of them coming out weird, blurry, or too light when u scan them into the computer? Tired of having to rescan the drawings because of these problems? Or just tired of having to take the time to do the scanning? Or do you just wish it could be easier?
Well things now no longer have to be this way, thanks to the new Wacom Inkling Sketch Pen.
The new Inkling sketch pen by Wacom is a brand new sketch pen for all artists and sketch artists alike. But it is not just any ordinary sketch pen. The Inkling sketch pen is a digital sketch pen that captures a digital likeness of your work as you sketch (with its ballpoint tip) on ANY sketchbook or standard piece of paper.
The Inkling digital sketch pen also allows you to create layers in digital files while you sketch. These digital files are transferred to your c
Digital Painting 101 [Tutorials]Not too long ago, Lifehacker and Matt Kohr published an excellent guide to Digital Painting for beginners! If you're interested in learning in how to paint or looking how to improve your skills, look no farther! The entire series teaches you the basics, from brushes to erasers! Below is entire series, ready to watch!
(also see Photoshop 101)
Digital Painting 101, Lesson 1: Get Started Painting on Your Computer Text Version
Digital Painting 101, Lesson 2: Brushes and Erasers Text Version
Digital Painting 101, Lesson 3: Mixing Paint
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Bluefley has a gallery filled with artwork that whisks you off in to a Sci-fi daydream, and keeps you captivated for hours. Marc has been a member of our community for over a decade and has achieved nothing but success with his astounding commitment to interacting with the community, sharing a prolific amount of video tutorials and generally being an all round rockstar deviant. It is no joke that we are absolutely delighted to award the Deviousness Award for April 2014 to ... Read More