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February 27, 2013/by techgnotic
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You Are The Future
Forward by techgnotic
Picasso seeing a seven as an upside down nose?
Right brain warriors in the new age will be the coveted candidates ordained to lead and guide us; lifting the torch to light the way forward into a brave new beautiful world.
Artists have always feared that they are unappreciated and that the march of progress comes only from business, science and their machines. 1984 was imagined by an artist projecting these exact fears. Our guest essayist suggests the computer will never be our master, but only the super high speed counting machine it was meant to be leaving humans with only one pure task— being creative.
The Right Brain
Hi guys I'm Blackania |
currently I got a hellot of time due to the end of my final exams
So if you got any questions or suggestions on what I should draw, watch, read, comment, critique or anything else just tell me ^u^.
I giving extended comments and sometimes even critiques cause that gives me the feeling of helping other deviants the most It also helps me reflect on my own art.
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Each person wants to create something beautiful. A persons definition of beauty depends on his ethical view and life experience. (mine)
So KEEP GOING!
Shine bright like the star you are!Tips on how to shine like the star you are!
1. Constructive Comments: Comment on other people's art. A lot. Don't just say "cool" or "nice", but leave meaningful comments. For example you could say something along the lines of: "I really like this art piece. I love how striking the colours are, and how they compliment each other. I can see all of the hard work that must have gone into this. Great job, keep up the good work! I look forward to seeing more of your art!"
When you do it this way, people are more likely to be very happy and know how well they're doing. Of course, a little constructive criticism never went astray. Instead of calling someone's art crappy, you could say something like this: "I like what you've done here! If you may, I would like to suggest something to you for future reference: try making the head a little smaller! I can see how ambitious you are, and I can see potential in your art! Keep it up!"
If you call somebody's art crappy, well then, how on Earth
PE: Presentation mattersPresentation matters
It's not just the artwork that tells you something about it's creator - on the internet, the way you present it is at least equally as important. Your painting can be a masterpiece, hanged in a local gallery, but as long as you post a blurry, badly cropped picture named "1564873" along with "..." in an artist's description, nobody will ever bother visiting your gallery. Creating a nice, representative profile page and setting a certain visual quality standard takes extra time and effort, but if you really care for your work (even if it's just a hobby), you should treat it with some respect.
I've already written a related article called The power of context that tried to explain how to place your work in a context in order to better connect with your audience, this one is focused
Do's and don'ts for flawless interactionNot much to say about this.
Just some basic tips and tricks for flawless interaction on DeviantArt
Watch people when you honestly find them interesting.
Watch your friends, even if they don't have amazing art. It helps you stay updated with their progress.
Watch groups. They'll offer you a fine selection of art you're interested in, and will help you discover new (interesting) artists.
Check the faves of people you watch. As you like their work, you might have similar tastes in art. Checking their faves might help you find cool art.
Recommend art from people that you watch for a Daily Deviation (if good art, of course).
Uncheck all boxes when watching. There's nothing more disappointing than an empty watch.
Character Themes TemplateHow to use this template:
This template is not designed to tell you a character’s hair colour, eye colour, shoe size, or how they like their eggs. It is for the process of applying the core themes and elements of your narrative to your character's development, and visa versa. Not all fields need to be filled in for every character. Use your own discretion to determine which ones are relevant. You may find that you do not have all the answers at the beginning, but they fall in place as you further develop your story.
The examples given are very basic responses, and are just there to give you an idea of what kind of content you can include. Ideally you would have multiple aspects for each field.
Core Relationships and Nature of the relationship:
Mother - strong single-parent to child bond.
Overall theme created by these relationships:
importance of family ties
Korhann's Contest= Last Day - Late entryAnd them the contest come to his ending, and with amazing entries, they are so many
So many that I need at least one week to decide the winners
So the results will be show on, October 23