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PE: I see you like cooking?Hello deviants and welcome to projecteducate! Today I want to tell about Cooking, share some tutorials and start a mini-contest!
First of all, i want to tell you that cooking is ART! When you're going to cafe, you can choose a lot of nice desserts, or when you visit a gallery with epic sweets, pies, and everything else! But cooking is not only sweets - this is a usual meal, and i think everyone loves cooking but not everyone can do it like masters.
DeviantART has a lot of "food masters" and i want to show some to you:
Muro for *Membership: June winners!So in my last journal, I asked you to create a muro drawing with a minimum of two themes on a list that I made up, and today the random results are in!
1 Month Premium Membership:
Number 7: Emberguard
Number 12: faeorain
Number 21: CelestialRainicorn
Number 22: ILoveToothlessALot
Number 10: Scarydestiny
Number 26 im-not-sana
Muro for *Membership is a contest that runs from the 15th though the 20th of every month, and each month there are new chances to win! So even if you did not win this time, fear not because there is always another chance!
Muro for *Membership .10 is CLOSED! Hello everyone, and welcome to the 10 th Muro for *Membership contest! Here you have the chance to win one of three one month premium memberships by making a Muro drawing either in the journal comments or by linking one that's based off of two or more provided themes each month. What makes this contest unique? That no matter what your skill level is as an artist, as long as you meet the minimum requirements of each months contest, you are eligible to randomly win a premium membership. After the end of each contest's submission period, each qualifying deviant will receive a number starting at one and go up as high as it needs to, and after each person gets a number they are entered into a random number generator and the middle and last numbers that represent the people will win a one month premium membership.
Please check out this journal if you have any questions re
Lovely Artisan CraftsWARNING:
a lot of nice, great, cute, adorable crafts, a lot of pictures with amazing stuff!
Don't forget to works!
Mandarin Earrings by allim-lip
GOLDEN RAIN 2 by KL-WireDream
Hyacinth by Vakhara
Bonsai by mokkof
tea cups by sewingstars
Silver Dragon Key by Drayok
Belle Cosplay by Adella
+Rainbow Cake+ by bechahns
Dinosaur Hat OM NOM NOM by calgarycosplay
Devil Fennec 2 by Santani
Pokeball Charms by GandaKris
Tare Panda Cake by KralleCakes
Princess Power by IchigoKitty
Cut it this way... by Milwa-cz
The Sea Journal by Achen089
A Geek at Heart by milkool
Companion Cube by radtastical
#muro-for-membership - see you in June!Hello! Unfortunately, i can't make a contest for this month, because i don't have enough points for prizes.
But! I'll add more prizes in June!
There will be:
1) Month Premium Membership - x3
2) Cake Badge - x2
3) Points - 300
See you in June!
Thanks for understanding
Hello deviants! Today i'd love to tell about Emoticons
Everyone love emoticons and deviantART have an Emoticon Community, with a Community Volunteer (now SparklyDest)
First of All, you can read this story about dA Emoticons :
There are some emoticon makers:
Emoticon Community has a lot of Masters, Stars and Unique Emoticonists!
Oh you're interested in making Emoticon?
There are some tutorials if you want to
My second DD and feature!I want to say big thanks to EVERYONE who commented on my 2nd Daily Deviation, for your favs and new watchers, you are amazing!
Special thanks to VSConcepts :iconflowerheartplz:
Letters: how to...Hello deviants! How are you today?
I want to tell you how you can communicate with other deviants, with and without Internet.
As you know, everyone can send Notes to everyone (except !banned deviants). If you want to talk with somebody, why not to send a note?
Click at random deviant, it can be im-not-sana
First, look at im-not-sana's info: maybe you like her art, or you'd love to talk about her Conceptography Feature series, or you just want to know more about her, why not?
Click "send a note" and...write!
You don't know me, i'm a *name*, __years old. I'm living in *country*,
i see you're living *at the same country*.
I'd love to know something about you,
if you want we can chat here or use dAmn.
You can also use emoticons
Muro for *Membership: April winnersSo in my last journal, I asked you to create a muro drawing with a minimum of two themes on a list that I made up, and today the random results are in!
There were a total of 32 people who made muro drawings!
And the winners are:
Number 16: Anonymous-Muffin with entry here
Number 9: Mint-Cocoa with entry here
Congrats to all of the winners!
:iconbigheartplz: So again, congrats to the three winners! Muro for *Membership is a contest that runs from the 15th though the 20th of every month, and each month there are new chances to win! So even if you did not win this time, fear not because there is always another chance!
Also we are looking for sponsors who would love to donate points for prizes or premiums (1-3 months PM)
Until next month! An
Milk for The UglyWatch depthRADIUS
By akreon & vesner
Imagine that you are a young social worker, dedicated to finding out the hidden and forgotten old souls who haunt the cold, mean streets of the city. You seek to report on their living conditions, possibly recommending they be removed from their roach-infested “homes.”
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You CAN Do It Too! Commissions, Exposure, and...
Do you feel like no one cares about your artwork? That no matter how hard you try, you'll never improve? Well, I've been there before.
A little less than a year ago, I didn't even have 100 watchers. It was tough trying to find commissions, even though I priced them around 10 - 100 an hour. Sure, I had some wonderful people supporting me (thank you very much for that!), but when I looked at the thousands of diehard fans the "popular" artists had, I felt kinda useless. It seemed like even a thousand watchers, or just being able to earn minimum wage was impossible. Sometimes I wanted to cry from all the effort I put in. I kept drawing and drawing but barely improving. I was frustrated and felt useless. But instead of giving up, I pushed myself even harder, and by God's grace it's starting to work out for me.
I now have over 16,000 amazing people encouraging me, and I know it's only a matter of tim
No more excuses, it's time to improve your art!You’re probably well acquainted with the old proverb “practice makes perfect.” And while I don’t fully believe that perfection is attainable, because the very notion of perfection is somewhat subjective, getting better at anything requires both time and effort. I’m going be very blunt here; if you want to improve your artistic skill you need to actually practice.
My heart goes out to everyone here who is struggling to improve so don’t feel that I’m purposely singling you out here. However throughout my time on dA (and in real life) I’ve met artists begging for advice on how to quickly improve and sadly when I tell them to begin practicing the excuse is always ‘well, I don’t really have the time for that.’
And I ain’t got time for yo attitude.
You do have the time
Inb4 “you don’t know my life!!!1one1!!” Listen here young padawo
deviantART Customisation FAQYour deviantART Identity
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Basic CSS Style GuideIntroduction
CSS is a style language used to define the style and formatting of web pages. It is used in conjunction with HTML.
If we think of HTML as the building blocks of the web then, essentially, CSS is the painter and decorator. Very simply, HTML defines the structure of the page and CSS defines the style.
What I'll be helping you with here is getting to grips with the basics of CSS. I'll be explaining how use CSS as well as providing a number of examples that you can use to style your own web pages and journals. All you need to do is copy/paste the code and replace the sample text with your own content. Along with the quick reference I've also written a brief glossary of terms and provided a list of useful links in case you wish to do some further reading.
A point of note is that while the information and examples I've given here apply to CSS use anywhere on the web, this guide itself is geared towards the use of CSS on deviantART. As such, and given that this h
RoF Signature Feature: Of Angels and Demons Vol. 2
Fav this Feature for a chance to get your artwork presented in our next feature!
We will pick one Member that faved this article to be in the next one.
Of Angels and Demons
presented by the Realm of Fantasy
Momus Advby Toru-meow
JULY Challenge WATER vote and win points:icontransparentplz:
All works here
This is the new way to find our winner of our monthly challenge: instead using a Poll with the ten most voted of the period, we'll be using a blog to showcase the 20 MOST VOTED on this theme!
This means, or so I hope, more exposure for your pieces and galleries.
The idea is simple: each work has a number and all deviants have the opportunity to vote like if it was a poll...with the difference that you will choose not one but 3 favourites!
All deviants may vote, INCLUSIVE who is participating; the participants may vote for themselves and ask friends and watchers to vote; this blog may have publicity by all means and be submitted in groups.
The work with most votes wins 130 points;
the second place wins 80, the 3rd place wins 50 and the 4th wins 25 .
These prizes c
Streetside Stories: MonochromeAligopter by - DougNZ
by - dmitryzhkov
The Look Out by - PatrickMonnier
:: ghost town by - noahsamuelmosko
\-ooby - DinoKose
2by - Henzonlee
shemsby - arslanalp
The hand of the player by - mariomencacci
Childhoodby - IFedorovskaya
Freelance Paychecks are RealA few weeks back while thinking about this journal, I came across a forum for paid photojournalism jobs. I left it some time later in complete shock. There I found posting after posting about jobs paying nothing, next to nothing, or promising payment and then paychecks never arriving in the mail. I sat there, closed the laptop lid, and thought for a long while.
I know I’m fortunate to be paid for what I do. A big part of this is because I specialize in something very few photographers are doing at a professional level. But what most people don’t realize is that even at this level a large percentage of my workload involves pay negotiations. There are contracts that took months of negotiation. Some took weeks, or a single week, or several days, or a flurry of emails or texts in just a few minutes.
Every single one of those initially low-balled me; offering me starting contracts at 10-20% of my regular rate. And despite publications th
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