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All Weekly Featured of SeptemberANIMALS
Northern Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) by mariyaolshevska
Southern Gerenuk by jxsnyder Look of hope by Lion-Redmich
Buffalo Clash by deskridge Horse in the Dark by AmBr0
Sittin' Pretty by lenslady
Octopus by deskridge
All Weekly Featured of AugustANIMALS
Black Bear by jxsnyder
Bobcat by FredrikEriksson1 X-ray Eyes by Keraani Won't you entertain me? by Keraani
Bringer of Fall by deskridge Bath Buddies by MorkelErasmus
Top Gun by papatheo The Biggest Shark by deskridge
Velociraptor by AmBr0
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Vote 3 Featured Artworks of June/July(closed)
11. Red Kite by JaniceDuke 12. Bee Eaters by pamslaats
14. Little Punkie by plumita1 15. King of the Woods by deskridge
16. Hornbill Poof by DeeOtter
Featured of June and JulyANIMALS
Bee Eaters by pamslaats
King of the Woods by deskridge
Hornbill Poof by DeeOtter Flight by AlecsPS A Bit Inquisitive by papatheo
Oh so fluffy by FreyaPhotos
Great White Shark by FredrikEriksson1 Plesiosaurus is going for a trip by EsthervanHulsen First Spring by clippercarrillo
Sea Turtles by deskridge Turtle Alley by deskridge
Vote for the 3 Featured Artworks of May (closed)1.
10. 11. Twins 2 by plumita1
12. pickin up paw paws by glowinthedarkpain 13. Hyena by FredrikEriksson1
14. Encounter by paintingblueturtles 15. Pandas in a Bamboo Forest by deskridge
16. Angry kitty, someone for a hug? by Seb-Photos 17. Une grande fatigue by JessicaSansiquet
18. The not so 'bad' wolf! by Seb-Photos 19.
Time Traveling While You Sleep
Time Traveling While You Sleep
By istickboy & Truepicturesinc
Time Travel in a Time of Regret
An Experiment with Time is a long essay by the Irish aeronautical engineer J. W. Dunne (1875–1949) on the subjects of precognition and the human experience of time.
John William Dunne was an Irish aeronautical engineer and author. In the field of parapsychology, he achieved a preeminence through
Fan Art Friday: Attack On Titan
Fan Art Friday: If You Don’t Fight, You Can’t Win!
Attack on titan by VeggieStudio
Attack on Titan
Attack on Titan is the groundbreaking Japanese manga and anime series created by Hajime Isayama in 2006 as his entry for Japan’s prestigious Magazine Grand Prix (MGP), an award sponsored by Kodansha, Japan’s biggest manga publisher and the eventual publisher of the series. Isayama received t
Collection: The Heartbeat of Modern Music
The Heartbeat of Modern Music
From the days of Beethoven and Franz Liszt, to the Vaudeville stages of America in the1880s to the 1930s, to the electronic keyboards anchoring the rhythms of today’s rock groups and pop singers, the piano has been the heart of the music animating our popular entertainments. Not as sexy as the guitar, nor as brash as the drums, the pianos have been the steadying source of rhythm and timing holding together songs and other compositions for the past several centuries. And, oh yes, while not being so overtly sexy, pianos can be very romantic. Enjoy this gallery of the musician’s most basic dream machi
Setting Prices for Your ArtworkThere are few hard and fast rules when it comes to pricing artwork to sell. Why you ask? Well for one there are many variables that go into determining the cost of the artwork. It’s for that very reason that many artists (including myself in the past) sell themselves tremendously short. Another reason we as artists feel our palms getting sweaty when someone asks for a price to an artwork is because we feel as though we’re not being true artists if we accept money for our work. No, no no. Listen, I can tell you from experience that the “starving artist” lifestyle is waaaay less glamorous than it sounds when your pantry is bare for reals. There is absolutely nothing shameful about getting paid for honest work, so don’t try to make yourself feel guilty or ashamed of turning a profit. On the other hand, artists fall into the mire of not even knowing how to price individual artworks. This confusion only gets worse when you look at the price tags i
Train Station CITT Matte by rich35211
There’s a really, really fast subway system in your future.
Would you believe ground travel from Los Angeles to San Francisco in less than thirty minutes? That’s the prediction of the Hyperloop’s financier, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk (the co–founder of PayPal). The Hyperloop is being designed as a driverless public transport train that will rocket between American c
PE: Know your lineworkTraditional Art Week
When you like drawing, but seek for something stronger than pencil, ink might be a good choice. While it takes time to get used to it (like everything), it's not that hard when you learn the basics, and this article will focus on one of the common uses of ink - lineart.
The first thing that you need is ink. But what kind? Depending whether you plan to draw a lone ink drawing, or mix it with something else, there are different options for different ways of handling your picture. Here are the most common choices:
Waterproof ink - is the most useful when you want to add a layer or layers of paint or water-diluted ink (with a brush) over your your lineart.
Not waterproof ink, like Indian or China ink. It's suitable when your picture is 100% drawing and you don't plan painting over it (of course, you can go ahead and experiment with smudging it with water, but this article focuses just on the lineart).
Coloured ink - whatever yo