|hmmm, this is more to feature great art and perhaps to show what I intend to buy with time to come then a real wishlist|
What to say about me ...|
My main interests are to read books (the more pages the better ) and to travel and take walks. I love to walk in the forests, on the mountains, near the sea ... and on these walks I do always carry my camera with me
Most people call me crazy because I take so much photos, but I find them great and worthy to be taken ... and here on dA I've finally found some people that are as crazy as I am
Oh, and I do not only collect photos that I take and art here on dA, I also collect stones and feathers and shells and leaves and sand from different shores and stamps and coins and photos of clouds and lighthouses in different kinds and many things more
Stock & Resource related FAQ
FAQ #809: What are DeviantArt's stock image guidelines?
FAQ #157: Can I use things created by other people in my submissions?
FAQ #193: How do I prove that I had permission to use someone's work?
FAQ #257: What sort of permission do I need to use someone else's work?
FAQ #306: Does "Crediting" let me use whatever I want?
FAQ #217: What are "Stock and Resources" and can I use them in my submissions?
Sorry that I don't thank you for each individually, but be asured that each and every fav is appreciated
Current Residence: Würzburg
Favourite cartoon character: calvin and hobbes, garfield, snoopy and woodstock, courtney crumrin
10 Easy Ways to Up Your Color GameTraditional Art Week
Here are 10 ideas to try to have more fun with color in your art! All the examples used are works by the members of the Deviant Art community.
1. Make your OWN color wheel.
Use only primary red, yellow, and blue to create all the shades by color blending or using premade colors depending on your preference. Using your own medium to create your own reference will give you a realistic spectrum of the colors you have at your disposal.
2. Create contrast with complements.
Opposites attract attention! Red/Green, Orange/Blue, Purple/Gold. There's a reason that complementary colors are often seen on logos, sports jerseys and holiday decor. For an easy, and quick way to grab attention use two colors directly
If I Could DDI heard of this project and thought it sounded like a wonderful idea, Since I am a stock provider I have chosen deviations from the Stock and Resources Gallery. You can read more about the project here:
If I could DD
I really love this project and already feared that I
wouldn't have enough time to finish it.
But finally, here it is
DSC 0181 Armillary Sphere Sundial 2 by wintersmagicstock
Mirrored by ceeek-stock DSC06691 Ancestors 3 by wintersmagicstock Ehebrunnen Statue PNG by kuschelirmel-stock
Autumn Bed by CD-STOCK by CD-STOCK
texture stock 399 by redwolf518stock Desiccated fish pond texture 2 by ceeek-stock Fireworks Stock 48 by Malleni-Stock
Christmas by simfonic Entrance 003 by neverFading-stock Napoleon's Study by kuschelirmel-stock
Val Castle - Stock by TheEdeonKnight Medieval bridge - Pont Valentre - Cahors 01 by HermitCrabStock
Loubressac 01 medieval village by HermitCrabStock
Whitby Abbey by kippa2001
Wellesley Island Playground - Free High Res HDR by somadjinn Stock 82 by EvilHateYouAllStock Caught in the Past 04 UNRESTRICTED by Elandria
+ F a e - 6 + by LeafsStock shadow hunter portrait 6 by magikstock
10 useful things to make your life easier on dASenior Week
Sometimes, as well as the real life, our virtual adventure on deviantART can get tough. Changes on the site, trolls, lack of points or premium memberships...many things that can make you go mad.
But fortunately, there are some useful tools you can take advantage of to make your experience a little bit easier. So, here it goes...
10 useful things that can make your life easier on deviantART.
#1: The Stick Menu
Actually, this is the thing that gave me the idea for the article. I already covered this tool in my journal as escamotage against Daily Deviations gone from the footer.
The Stick Menu is a customizable toolbar that every user can activate from their Settings. It allows you to have shortcuts to the main pages on deviantART, including Daily Deviations, Help&FAQ, Sta.sh and Chats.
How to activa
Paul Tobin, There and Back Again
Most denizens of the West think of New Zealand as a little known outpost of civilization somewhere beyond Australia at the ends of the Earth.
Could any land be any farther from the European motherland, birthplace of the Renaissance that is the Genesis-point of the visual arts narrative we continue expanding and evolving today? And yet this remote country of islands in the Pacific has suddenly become a cinematic storytelling powerhouse, a film-friendly factory for the creation of some of the most important touchstone mass entertainment experiences to influence our popular culture in recent years.