Interview with FlipflopperyThe project of featuring comic artists is back! Welcome here and let me introduce you, Flipfloppery, who is a really talented artist with an amazing and interesting comic called, Awaken.•••♣ Let's start simple. Please, could you tell us a little bit about yourself?Hey! I'm Koti Saavedra, aka Flipfloppery on the internet, I'm 27 and I'm from Chile. I graduated from animation some years ago and I was working as an animator in a studio I co-founded until recently, but right now I'm in the process of making my webcomic Awaken my full time job. I like creating stories and characters the most, so I'm aiming to do that for a living. ♣ What inspired you to make comics?I'm
Featured 2013/2So, it's feature time again~ This time with Sir Pikachu There isn't specifically any theme. They are here because they are wonderful arts! You are here by Nexivi Winterize by Klaufir Serpentine by Wursu LOX: 2-14 by moosmic Black Feather by Flipfloppery smoulder by littleulvar TnB-angels 2 by siruphial Herbs by viki-vakithe greatest love by nuriko-kun Paper Plane by corrico Apocalypse is ongoing by DevilIncarnateX Csillagszemu juha'sz by hazumonster
Special FeatureHere is a little Feature from the Mikulás ;D CAT POWAAA!! by vanille913 [AT] Chibwe by Perikoala Get Jinxed! by ArtOfNecroKid MadoKami by HatoriKumiko the thunder begins [contest entry] by hazumonster:thumb401119534: Playing To Be Boys by Flipfloppery Daemon Black - Lux Series by Sayara-S:thumb403785488: AT: WingOfWind by Nerior:And a super-special feature for the kindest person on dA :iconammyna:Echec et mat, Rosa ! by Ammyna Choupineterie en cubes... by Ammyna Dans la foret lointaine... by Ammyna Samourai... by Ammyna Go Japan ! by Ammyna Sous les lumieres de la piste... by Ammyna
Interview with MaxyHere is the next part of my new project, featuring comic artists. This time let me introduce you, maxyvert As we already know she has nice and unique style and interesting comics with lovely characters and stories. Let's see.•••♣ Let's start simple. Please, could you tell us a little bit about yourself? Hi, I'm maxyvert from a little country,Hungary. I'm 21 and currently attending to an art university. I like making comics and illustrations one day I'd like to make a fully hand-painted comic.♣ What inspired you to make comics? When I was 9, I started to read W.i.t.c.h. magazines, and I really liked the style and the story so I wanted to make similar things.
Shackles Falling (008)When the dandelions spread--a yellow diseaseacross the brown lawn--and thick ivy arms creptdown halls layered with dust,we knew it was time to go.We watched,a pair of memoriesfate wanted lost--the echoes of ghostslong departed--as the city cheeredthe building to brick dustand empty foundations.The start of a new month,the shackles of your eyeswere open--portals to a future without fur.As the sun danced acrobaticsacross the backs of our fading hands,you--a grin free of fangs,a boy once again--plucked me one more weedto wear in the clean braidof my hairas we skipped out on the moon.
Can't you hear the music? The light fell like raindrops, hitting my bare skin as I danced to the fiery music that surrounded me. Despite their glowing appearance, they were cool and liquid, running down my body like tiny rivers of sunlight. My companions and I saw the woman at the same time, and there was no hesitation. I caught her attention, swaying to the music. “What are you doing?” the woman asked, her hair falling down her back like a waterfall of silver moonlight. She was beautiful, but tamed. The wild light inside her battled to be free, to dance with us. “Dancing,” I replied. “Can’t you hear the music?” The woman looked confused. “Are you alright?” she asked, edging backwards. The shadows danced around her, trying to draw her into the dance. “I’m wonderful. Won’t you dance with us?” She shook her head, afraid, and the shadows pounced. I danced close
flyover state, flyover heartthere's almost nothingleft of august, or me -just fat, humid yawns thatcling to the asphalt andvinyl sidings of housesprettier than any autumn day.chlorined kids rise from thetanned wake of public pools,clothed in school uniforms,counting the new frecklesthey've earned like war badges.the nights i can lay in myunderwear beneath spider webblankets while my wheezy fanoscillates and whispers dustystories are numbered.but i'll hold the moonas it crests over summer'sdying vigil, my arms higharound it's wondrous girth.i'll ride the heat into theashes of three months spentdreaming in fevered euphoria.i'll lead the impassionedthousands down margins tuckedinto a waning, wailing cry.and i won't rest, even afteraugust is buried between bluelined composition pages in acoffin of lead - a memory with noscent becoming one without a heartbeat.
Ancient Egyptian Art and MythologyAuthor's Note Ancient Egypt was a HUGE society with a rich culture and a highly developed religion. Egypt is one of the most famous ancient cultures because of its unique funerary practices and its incredible architectural feats. Now some of you are reading this because you're interested in Ancient Egyptian art and others of you are (like me) take an art history course and reading this to help study. I will be tailoring this journal for those taking an art history course but no one wants to be bogged down with bland information so I'll try to keep this interesting (not that it's hard because it's ANCIENT EGYPT!) Note that dates aren't terribly important just make sure you are in the right centuryWhat you really need to know The entire period of Ancient Egypt lasted from 3500 BCE to 1070 BCE and was broken into four periods: the Predynastic and early dynastic periods (which we are
The Unseen Stock - AugustMODEL Culdalasse Laihendi Ranger 26 by PirateLotus-Stock ...And very far away 97 by RachgracehStock The Geisha 04 by KittyTheCat-Stock Pre-Raphaelite Fairy 02 by svp-stockNATURE Fairy Bower 01 UNRESTRICTED by Elandria Iceland 9 by LeikyaStock Landscape 2 by GambathyIceland 3 by LeikyaStock mountains 04 by celeste1987 Ireland 11 by AfrolovertjeFireworks Texture 12 by Cassy-BlueBeach white sands by Simbores 479 by MASYON Iceland 2 by LeikyaStock Sunset 5 by queenofeagles Ocean Floor by alixkent Burke Falls 17 by ArdenstockSky 160 by Astro-Stock
Artisan Craft and Copyright LawArtisan Craft and Copyright LawAs a Community Volunteer I spend a lot of time pouring through the Artisan Crafts galleries looking for art that deserves a bigger audience. I dig through every little hidden corner of the galleries looking at every type of craft, made by everyone from the most watched members to the day old newbies. And every time I do this, I have to double check it all for originality. My time doing this had shed light on a massive problem inherent in the AC galleries: copyright violationNow, I'm not talking about the obvious I-stole-your-picture-and-uploaded-it violations. I'm talking about something much more subtle, to the point it feels like most of the perpetrators don't actually realise they're doing it. I'm often about to give someone a DD, until I read their description and find it completely devoid of credit. Rather than getting a site-wide feature, these artists end up on my blacklist instead. It all boils dow
The Unseen Stock - July (ll)Model Unicorn 01 by KittyTheCat-Stock Little Forest Fairy_4 by anastasiya-landa Crimsonella stock 6 by charligal-stock Downward Glance by Danika-Stock Woodland Archer 4 by IthiliamStock Double Agent 03 by Null-Entity Nature Snow Scape 4 by Ardenstock Tree 09 by cemacStock Waterfall Black Forest Triberg by BVFoto Dry Hill2 by oddmountain
Using Colloquialisms: Are you down with it? Colloqualism: You down with it? Noun: colloquialism;A word or phrase that is not formal or literary and is used in ordinary or familiar conversation. synonyms: slang, idioms, patois, dialect.Examples: whatcha, gotta, face on, ovver. I’m sure you’ve had a good telling off by your teachers for using colloquial language inappropriately in your writing. I’ve had essays returned with the word “too informal” scrawled along the margin or a big red exclamation mark next to a certain word, who hasn’t? What just me? Oh right… my bad!So WHY would we use colloquial language in our writing, after years of tackling the angry red pen?CharacterisationI know we’re not supposed to judge a book by its over – or a person by their accent – but it happens. You can tell us a lot about a character by the kind of language they use. Are they all gangsta, dropping hooded verbs
PE: ARTIST TOOLBOX: Water-based Media!Waterbased Media!I love water-based media! What is “waterbased media” you say? Well that would be any kind of water-soluble ink or paint! There are many advantages to working with water-based media, the main one being that many water-based paints and inks are not extremely dangerous to work with (in comparison to oils which are not good to get on your hands people…wear gloves!), there is no need for special clean up or a specific work environment (on that note, please PLEASE do not paint with oils in your living room). Another advantage to working with water-based media is quick drying times. This is a pro especially if you do illustrative works. A third pro to water-based media is that they are somewhat cost effective for us starving artists. Here are some types of water-based media: watercolor, ink, latex paint, and acrylic paint. My favorite type of water-based media is watercolor. Tip: you don’t need t
ART CONTEST! :D ENDED!!!EDIT: ADDED another new oc to draw and EXTENDED the deadlineyay a contest and a pretty journal skin so it looks fancy so anyway im holding an ART CONTEST obviously :3What i'm looking for is art of THESE OCS:http://sta.sh/25mgklvzel3anything relating to their personalities (found in the ref description) would be awesome :"Di accept any form of art whether it be drawings, sculptures, animation, pixels, plushies, whatever you can think of!sculptures, plushies and animation are my weakness so if you do those it will give you a better chance of winning x)you can enter as many times as you'd like!now for DA RULEZ:-comment saying you want to enter and then ill count you as entered! id also appreciate if you featured this journal but it is not obligatory-judging will be based on CREATIVITY not skill- PLEASE be nice to other competitors-dont delete your entry if you dont win-do not draw them as anthros unless they are already anthro!-design accu
PE: Manga GenresThe term Manga (漫画) is a japanese word referring to comics and catrooning. Mangas used to be created in Japan or by Japanese creators in the Japanese language. But today they are created by Mangakas for other countries in many languages.In this article I will give you a short explaination about the different Manga genres.I'm aware of 32 genres that are used in the Manga publishing industry. Each one of them have different targets to please our interests.Manga genresAction: It shows fighting, violence or any other form of aggressive behavior.Adult: This manga often contains intense violence or erotic scenes.Adventure: Most of the characters of this Manga go on trips or explore the world.Comedy: This manga is used for entertainment: Amusing with ridiculous situations that make you laugh.Doujinshi: Manga that was inspired by famous works already published.Drama: Should conduct the r
CLOSED - Spring-Summer Contest! UPDATE Hello entries ^^All the entries have been added to this journal, and I must say, everyone's entry piece looks amazing. I love how you all have shown effort to make something nice I haven't been able to judge everything yet, but not to worry, I'll have time this upcoming weekend (starting from 14th of August) to judge the winners.Take care everyone and see you this weekend with the results! ~Ventus out [Star!] END UPDATE [Star!] [Star!] [Star!]Hello dear readers, watchers, creepers and crawlies [Hi!]Seeing how the weather is being much gentler outside (at least where I'm living), and I've been thinking of wanting to do a contest for some time now... I thought, why not a spring-summer contest?I know sometimes it's hard for many to participate in a contest. Whether it's because the contest only lasts for a week or two, or because you mig
October Book Club: Selections from Lovecraft Note that the first of two discussion journals is now up!To help get you in the mood (hint: the mood is "insane") for Halloween at month's end, this month CRLiterature's Book Club will be reading a deranged selection of short stories and a novella by Western horror's creepy grandfather, H.P. Lovecraft.This excellent abominable anthology contains all the pieces we're going to use, as well as many other enjoyable disturbing tales.The Antediluvian DetailsThe atrocious works we'll be reading are: "Pickman's Model", "The Music of Eric Zann", "The Thing on the Doorstep", and "At the Mountains of Madness".The mid-month dis
How to name a link.< a href= "add your link here" > your link's name goes herewithout the spaces.Let's try it! Pro artist AyameTheDevil
Comic Feature stopped my heart beat - page 3 by pikaole Plan B page 2 by BiffnoAWAKEN-PROLOGUE-PAGE 02 by Flipfloppery WmC - Dream of the Boy - 01 by Z-Pico 002 by rachelnetzerIDFracture PAGE 91 by IDFRACTURE Page by KillerGoldFish-ka TINF: Landon's first love by bunkunOld: Circus Page 1 by okchickadee 13pb 31 by tiramisu-soupBBR 24 Follow the road by XamagMediocre by kajoi