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The Moon's PullI am one of those people who feel the pull of the moon.
harvest moon by essencestudios
Moon On The Rise by jbrum
By the light of the silvery moon...by cricketumpire
ThumbHub Unveiled, Vol. 41Welcome to this week's
Fan Art Feature - GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst Save humanity with this FAN ART FEATURE celebrating the release of GOD EATER 2: RAGE BURST! In 2011, the first installment of the GOD EATER video game series was released in North America, introducing the continent to the Fenrir organization and their continued efforts to take down monsters to keep the world at peace. This summer, the fight must be taken up again, as the threat of humanity's end has returned in GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst!
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In 2011, the first installment of the GOD EATER video game series was released in North America, introducing the continent to the Fenrir organization and their continued efforts to take down monsters to keep the world at peace. This summer, the fight must be ta
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Thank you all!!Thank you so much all of you for the wishes and beautiful presents
I will publish a feature of them and I will do tweaks of them
Weekly Deviant Showcase - volume V Weekly Deviant Showcase
A presentation of artworks by wonderful artists and friends throughout the DA community
~ please be sure to pay these amazing people a visit - and prepare to be impressed by their artistic brilliance ~
Sketch This Fun #37: Winner!Each week we host challenges in the Deviation ThumbShare forum, wherein we prompt members to enter a Sketch This challenge on the Autodesk Sketchbook app, for the chance to win a 3 Month Core Membership or the equivalent in !
This week's challenge was to choose 1 challenge to enter from a selection of three challenges and submit your final drawing. The three choices were:
Sketch an Idiom
Bowl of Fruit Still Life
The winner is Bungy32 with:
52 Week Photography Challenge - #34!Welcome to CRPhotography's 52 week photography challenge! Every Saturday we will be announcing a new idea for you to photograph, and submit to us via comment on each announcement journal. This project aims to challenge you with new concepts and requirements that you may not normally face. This week's challenge is:
Create your own shaped bokeh and photograph any object to show it off!
Shaped bokeh is generally made by creating a filter of sorts over your lens with the desired shape cut into a piece of black paper. Common ones include stars, hearts, or other simple designs.
You are free to interpret this prompt as needed.All photos must be new, and specifically taken for this challenge.Leave a comment in this journal with a link to your photograph.The deadline is Friday, August 26th at midnight PST.One winner will be selected, and will receive 100
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to le
Delectable Deviations --Set 24--
Hello and welcome to Delectable Deviations Set 20. The twenty-second week of Delectable Features of photography. Everything from portraits, landscapes, abstract, urbex, analog and texture. You name it! I choose these from my stacks and are just my personal selections of interestingly beautiful and creative photographs. I love spending the time to find these as it fills me with awe and inspiration!
We are back on track everybody! Release the Delectables!!
Photography Newsletter: August 2016Welcome!
Welcome to August 2016's CRPhotography newsletter, a round-up of photography goodness on DA from the last month. The newsletter is divided into handy sections to help you browse photography news and features from the last month. The links with a Fella icon are official CRPhotography articles and the newsletter is illustrated with beautiful pictures from our Photograph of the Day collection.
Animals, Plants, Nature from JenFruzz
Fashion from Queen-Kitty
General Photography from Mrs-Durden, tiganusi and RockstarVanity
Macro Photography from MarcosRodriguez
#7. UndiscoveredHi dearies!!
It's time for a new Undiscovered section feature!! I'm also getting kinda bored at work so sharing some amazing art might help with this, huehuehue...
As always, I hope you enjoy these and pretty please, support these talented artists by watching , faving and leaving some nice comments!!!
Digital and Traditional Art - 170Artist of the Week:
Little Red Riding Hood by jurithedreamer reincarnation by jurithedreamer Lily of the Valley fairies by jurithedreamer
Discoveries of the Week:
Do not disturb by AquaSixio
A bit sad... (2) by sotiria8 Brass tower... by Dark-Indigo
Purple mushrooms by MaryIL
I Can't Imagine A World Without You (Collab) by DiamondwolfART A new friend by DanyRoyRobert
warlord by KilartDev
Random ::FEATUREZ:: LXXXIII
Abstract 10 by Senecal Evening Quiet by Metal-Bender The moon child. by januarain
Rawwr by SURIphoto Frammenti by Alexneal Speranza Diventa Perdita by L-E-N-T-E-S-C-U-R-A It Could Be Sweet by MotherOfOwls  I wrote you a letter by mcptato
Untitled by mary-jeanne Style Challenge by NanFe AB2016-395 ... Romantic Blue HEAD by Xantipa2 Teatime by veroklotz
Lindisfarne Castle by newcastlemale . by invisigoth88 Untitled by UniqueSoul321 Autumn Love. by OliviaMichalski Firetamers' #A - Breathe Like a Dragon by HoremWeb
Beyond by pseudozufall 62 by FraDraz Geheimnis 2 by 8PoeraOpetry8 Antelope Canyon by Hengki24
You Ripped My Heart Out by ElyneNoir The whisper of tiny droplets by dashakern
Awareness of the Arts Contest Winners FeatureFirst place
Loneliness of Stars by Sieskja
Loneliness of Stars by kesbet
Childhood by Sieskja Russian Soul II by Sieskja
Winners of the Awareness of the Arts
The contest, "Awareness of the Arts: Into the Stars" featured a collaboration between an artist and a writer. The entries were simply amazing this year, and it was tough to vote for the favorite of all the entries. The winners:
cmloweart and Christianonfire7
Introducing the DeviantArt Muro Drip Brush
“It’s just a bunch of dribbles and it’s a mess” is the likely reaction to both a kindergartener’s first attempts with paints and to the signature works of Jackson Pollock. Of all the abstract painters, Jackson Pollock was the easiest to dismiss while, in many ways, was the most complex in the concepts he hoped to covey with his famous drip paintings.
World War II had ended and like wars before had exposed many to horrors touching the depths of the human psyche and challenging its very sense of humanity. The use of atomic weapons, firestorm bombings of major cities and the revelations of mass genocides created a new sense of anxiety for everyone. Processing these feelings was difficult. Pollock in these paintings was doing exactly that and more — an attempt to transmit anxiety with a form of visual exorcism with results that could be as beautiful as they are, at times, dark.
Winners of July's Conceptual ContestHi All
Dear Fellow Devious Deviants, Members of CRPhotography and Everyone
CRPhotography held last month 27th edition of the Monthly Contest,
with the theme Conceptual.
We asked admins of the group to vote for their three favourites entries, to acknowledge all the entries, with various types of photographs regarding this very interesting type of photography.
Now that the entries have been judged, we let you know the photos awarded.
1. First place
"Walking-on-Sunshine" by jarodkearney
2. Second Place
"Life Keeper" by
Random From My Faves
Rainy Window Rose II by LDFranklin Look Into the Air by Metal-Bender
The Merger of Kura and Aragvi Rivers, Georgia by tahirlazim Boulder from Flagstaff 2 by marshwood
If the stars are falling from the sky... by ansdesignTrippy Man... by Calypso1977
Some work to do by piglet365
Living The Dream by CRGPhotography Dracaena draco by ShlomitMessica
Now Hurry, and Go Visit all these Amazing Artist And Photographer's
Skin by Dan Leveille