Hello,I decided to open these because I'm really in need of some extra money rn.
If interested send me a note and we'll discuss it.
Thank you in advance!
``Animated Pixel Chibis [OPEN] ``
Hello everyone,I decided to try out animating so here,if anyone likes it,commissions are appreciated.
I can do still ones too if someone wants still ones.
Still ones are 400
Blink animation + 20
Commission ~ Sanne by Seekaii
If interested note me <3
Love you all
Choosing Your CameraA GUIDE TO HELP CHOOSE A CAMERA
I get this question in my messages/emails everyday so I thought I'd write a news article to get it out there for you! That way my emails don't go unanswered either.
QUESTION - What is the best camera to buy?
ANSWER - There is no 'best' camera out there, a camera is suited to what YOU want. Think about it, if you old school and want a vintage look to your photographs, then the best result for the style you want would be a film camera, possibly a Holga / Polaroid.
If you are a budding fashion/portrait/landscape photographer, then you'd go for a higher end digital photographer, unless you want to go back to photography roots and use film for this.
On the other hand, if you're a documentary photographer you could use digital or film. If you're a budding Henri Cartier-Bresson, you might be using film exclusively, to achieve that very raw film look.
If you're a professional photographer then you need something that matches your job,
Creepachu: Disturbing Pikachu Artwork
Pikachu by Sekkosiki GONNA CATCH EM ALL - pika pika by randis
creepachu by OMEGAUS Pikachu by betsybauer paaaaauloooo by pikarar
Zombiechu by Spysheep 'A wild PIKACHU appeared.' by TuxedoDemon PIKACHU USED MEAN LOOK by Dawr
The Momachu -a Pikachu Fanart- by Dogsfather
PWNed. by Tonosamanjuu :thumb170609597: I WANT A POTATO CHIP by OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWO
Pikachu by OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWO Best Pikachu Ever by PivoteerJK The Electric Tale of Pikachu by Gumbogamer
Angry Pikachu by Astral-Agonoficus :thumb63193923: CREEPACHU by DeathdealerScrambles
Pikachu by SoupAndButter Real Pikachu by hextupleyoodot :thumb177488517:
Pikachu Realism by PokeShoppe Pikachu by AnnaJ :thumb15272903:
Pikachu by G-manluver Pikachu by FleetingEmber PikaCHU by Junryou-na-Kokoro
:thumb21055892: Pikachu by anansi245:thumb41348288:
ZOMBIE PIKACHU by Dean-Mara Pikachu by Verehin BLACKEST NIGHT pokemon pichu by TommyPhillips
Pokemon Zombies Pikachu detail by Neef zombie pikachu by berkozturk Pikachu Zombie by Fadri
Pikachu's Big Adventure by SuperNaturalFlavour A Wild Pikachu Appeared by Aetharius Evil pikachu by Anjierou
:thumb127116312: Badass Pikachu by ninja-ed Zombie Pikachu by Deks-Designs
EVIL PIKACHU by LordBoop Crinos Pikachu by Tacimur
:thumb71761936: Pikachu +sexy version+ by nancher Pikachu Lesbos by bendzz
Pichu and Pikachu by devonn Pikachu by nJoo Natural Pikachu and Pachirisu by devonn
Macro Photography - Detail not Visible to the EyeMacro Photography - Show the Detail not Visible to the Eye
Approaching macro photography for the first time can be full of ugliness especially if your first attempts fail badly. Many beginners discover the Depth of Field (DoF) is very small, images are out of focus because the focus is critical in macro photography with the small DoF, Camera shake and subject movement (due to using longer shutter speeds to allow for small apertures and/or not using a sturdy tripod), increased noise (if you use a higher ISO to compensate for the small apertures needed), or badly composed photos. And this can get frustrating.
(the following was already covered in my first article Welcome to the
World of Macro but here is a reminder)
Macro Photography requires special equipment which can get expensive, but so what we photographers like to spend money on equipment. Without some form of macro equipment you will not be able to
100 Things I've Learned About PhotographyWe've all had our humble beginnings as photographers [or artist for that matter] and since starting our photographic journey, we've learned a lot of things along the way.
I asked our members at Photo--Assignment to share one thing, one tidbit of advice to share with other photographers; these advices are listed below [I think we do have 100!].
Feel free to continue this list by add your own comment below! And be sure to this article for safe keeping for future reference!
"Take your camera with you everywhere, you never know when that perfect photo will happen."
"Changing the F numbers and shutter speeds can make a world of difference."
"If you want real emotion, never ask someone if you can take their photo. Just do it."
"The floor is your friend. Don't be afraid to get close to it to get new, inte
Establishing a Process for Better ArtMany of you are likely to have at least a general grasp on what I'm going to talk about, but for just as many, if not more people, this is going to be new and very beneficial to your progress and success as an artist.
The topic of discussion today is process. We all have a process for our work, some of us are very meticulous, while others are more sporadic, but there's generally a few basic steps that any successful artist is likely to employ.
LACK OF PLANNING
The main problem I see, and that most art instructors are likely to see, is lack of planning in people's work. People get too excited for their idea, and they jump right into their final piece, maybe after doing only one sketch.
From there, they end up struggling as they try to finish the piece. Maybe the background wasn't well planned enough, maybe the pose was too stiff or didn't make sense, maybe the composition is bad, but it's too late to fix, maybe the line art was too sloppy and the piece is suffering, or maybe they
Photography Tips and TutorialsThese are a selection of tips and tutorials both here and on deviantArt that can be useful for before, during, and after portions of taking a good photo. This was originally created as a gathering of useful information for the members of PhotographersClub, but they though it so helpful that it should be shared even further!
Tips & Tutorials on deviantART
First off, did you know you can go here, http://browse.deviantart.com/resources/tutorials/photography/ to search through all of the photography tutorials available here on dA!
CAMERAS, QUALITY, AND JARGON!
Camera Buying Guide - A very helpful guide for deciding which camera is best suited for your needs!
How to buy a digial camera - Another great camera buying guide!
Finding your style in photographyLast week I did a poll on what subject you would be most interested to hear my opinion about. The majority wanted to know on "Finding your own style" (http://gilad.deviantart.com/journal/poll/264778/). Here are some pointers on that.
Photography has been here for a very long time. Every category in photography already been tried, most places have been photographed, portraits have been done, special techniques, weather... So what do we still find exiting and unique?
The answer is not in "what's being said", rather in "the way we say it". It's not the subject of the photo, rather the way we take it, show it, make our own definition of it. If you group 20 photographers in one scene, all having the same cameras, you will still get many different photos. On the other hand, you can tell which photo is who's just by looking at a photo - recognize the style. I have to say that finding your style is not a process you are aware to. It happens while doing photogra
Ever wondered about IR photography (Infra Red) ?In General
Well, a few words about Infrared.
I will not get too technical cause its not my strong side, just a few words about it. Infrared photographs show a kind of thermo effect. Trees with white leaves and luminous white clouds against colored skies are the most common use for it. Many photographers on DA have tried it in the last few years and it seems to be more and more popular.
The Infrared opens a window on a parallel world intriguingly different to the one we usually see. The effect is surreal ans it shows a different kind of "documenting reality".
Here you can see the scene in normal view
And here is when using the IR filter -
We can't see Infrared light without the filter, we can only see it when It's isolated. Infrared photography is often confused with thermal imaging. It's not, It's just shows an effect similar to that. The difference is basically one of wavelength of electromagnetic radiation.
The filter shows the object be
Go for it - Protect Your Art
Hey guys, how are you?
It's been a while since my last "Go for it" Article.
This time I'm bringing you something different. This time it's not about Photoshop; this time it's about protecting your work.
More and more artists are facing situations such as stolen works, unauthorize use, ripping, etc. We, as artists, are always trying to protect our work but, sometimes nothing seems enough.
For you to fully protect your work it's always adviced that you register and copyright your work, either it's paintings, photographies, digital art, literature, websites, blogs, etc.
So, what is ©Copyright?
In a general way, "Copyright is a form of intellectual property which gives the creator of an original work exclusive rights for a certain time period in relation to that work, including its publication, distribution and adaptation; after which time the work is said to enter the public domain. Copyright applies to any expressible form of an idea or information that is substanti