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March '12 FeatureFor Read Across America (March 2 - adopted from the birthday of Dr. Seuss), World Maths Day (March 6), and Sun-Earth Day (March 20). :thumb96100893:Summer book 2 by notursweetiegiving tree by aimeelikestotakepicsMy First Book by AttentionxRowan"Youer than you" by kayla-chaosYellow Study by alkalinelove and mathematics by makeastatueofusLove like maths? by endorphineeproblem solved by JeanFanpuzzles and games by JeanFanEscape the Madness by BenHeinePi Day by Wethrildae:thumb157008048:Apple Pi by JeanFan.:Mathematics:. by AmiiKittyNature earth by FotoNerdzearth. by M0THartCrazy chemistry by Lina-182Chemistry by soniaaZen Globe by bumblebenThe epic Gravity by Lifebug:thumb156197730:Triangulum Galaxy by DoomWillFindYouOffer My Love by oO-Rein-OoGravity. by alexandrajitariucbright ideas by JeanFanself expression by Heroinx-xAny Direction by DiomedesZXHelena 4 by slumberdollThe Nerd by kathykarateHope you like it!
March Feature Coming Up! - Photography OnlyOn March, we are going to celebrate:1) Read Across America (March 2 - adopted from the birthday of Dr. Seuss!)2) World Maths Day (March 6)3) Sun-Earth Day (March 20)In relation to those, I'd like to dedicate my March feature to EDUCATION: Reading, Mathematics, and Science. And here are a few of sort of things I'd like to see in the photographs: children, school, library, books, globe, numbers, Rubik's Cube, Pacman arcades, math squared notebooks, space or/and stars, aliens, telescope, magnifying glass, Star Wars, and to honor the remarkable quirky man who wrote philosophy for children, Dr.Seuss-related ones would also be great! And of course: NERDS - they rule the world! :bookworm:Now please don't take the word "education" in this context as something dull and boring. It is an important aspect of our lives. What would this world be without education? Think about education and the promise of the future it brings! See it as something bright and promising. Learning is fun! So,
Holla, Netizens!How're you all doing? Is it just me or DeviantArt really is getting less crowded?Anyway, I'm sorry it's been a while since the last time I posted something nice. I've just been so busy since the last few months - bad: I've officially became a slave for the International Baccalaureate now, good: IT'S MY FINAL YEAR. So, yeah, I have no choice but to forget my hobby a little bit. But hey, X'mas holiday is coming! This means I'll have a bit of free time to do art! I swear I've missed it so much. :"))But that's not why I'm writing this journal. Actually, I'd like to thank my friend :iconravador: once again for the surprise gift (3-month subscription)! Thanks Rob, it's definitely one of the best gifts I received this year. I'll surely make the best out of it. I am very happy right now because I've longed for a subscription since ages ago, and now it's here! (I'm just so excited about this whole subscription thing. I can't wait to explore all the special features!) Thus, I'd like to
Hello!I just feel like saying hello to the world.Once again, HELLO!
Devious Journal EntryGreetings, people! It's been a long time since the last time I updated my journal.I am now in grade 10 and very busy compared to the time when I was still in primary and middle school. I'm starting to hate schooldays -_____- I can hardly wait for the upcoming Idul Fitri holiday!Oh yeah, and I feel like losing my creativity. HEEEEEELPPP! >O
Devious Journal EntryGreetings, people! It's been a long time since the last time I updated my journal.I am now in grade 10 and very busy compared the time when I was in primary and middle school. I'm starting to hate schooldays -_____- I can hardly wait for the upcoming Idul Fitri holiday!Oh yeah, and I feel like losing my creativity. HEEEEEELPPP!
Devious Journal EntryGreetings, people! It's been a long time since the last time I updated my journal.I am now in grade 10 and very busy compared to primary and middle school. I'm starting to hate schooldays -_____- I can hardly wait for the upcoming Idul Fitri holiday!Oh yeah, and I feel like losing my creativity. HEEEEEELPPP!
I FORGOT MY NAME!GOTCHA! So, I was thinking about featuring works of other artists in my journal, but then I found out that it can only be done by subscribers. I'm so pissed. pfftAnyway, it's May already; zOMG! Next month I will leave middle school and go to high school. I hate growing up. I wanna remain young for life. When I was younger, I had always wanted to grow up. Now I'm a teenager, and I kinda miss my childhood. Seriously, time flies faster than any bird! It's so unfair. Alright then, time to go. I gotta study for my Visual Arts exam tomorrow. Arrivederci (it means bye-bye), people! Thanks for looking at my journal.
Norman Rockwell, All American DeviantShare|AboutNorman Rockwell, All American DeviantBy techgnoticNorman Rockwell Tribute by SarafinconceptsFew artists have so definitively reflected the lives of average Americans as Norman Rockwell.He began his lifetime dedication to being the “America’s Illustrator” as the 19-year-old art editor for Boys’ Life, the house publication of the Boy Scouts of America. A few years later he assumed his more famous position at The Saturday Evening Post, though he never broke his ties with the Boy Scouts. His first great achievement painting everyday scenes of America in his signature hyper-realistic style was
Collection: StarsShare|AboutStarsPhotographs and paintings of stars occupy that category of things you know are so, and yet it’s not quite possible to believe. One example is radio or television “signals” traveling in “waves” through the air, only to be reassembled for your listening or viewing pleasure in your living room radio or TV. Looking at clusters of stars lighting up the night sky like massive storm clouds, it’s impossible to think of those stars, those points of light, as separate massive burning suns, even though I know it’s so. Sometimes the most powerful magic requires no deception at all. The natural universe is more mystifying in its sheer numbers than any magician’s most mind–bending sleight of hand.“I am like a falli
Bill Murray: Can A Painting Save A Life?Share|AboutBill Murray: Can A Painting Save A Life?By techgnoticBill Murray by chunkslayerSometimes a painter’s vision expresses and inspires what the zen philosopher’s words can only define and describe.Bill Murrayby graphartist64When remarkable lives defined by success and abundance are reviewed from their beginnings, it is remarkable that the narrowest of paths, sometimes a precarious balancing between life and death itself, led to the decision to fight on when failure seemed certain. S
Who is Dr. Strange?Share|AboutWho is Dr. Strange?By techgnoticDr Stange colored by DM-P18For several months the world has been asking the question ‘Who is Doctor Strange?’The faces of Ethan Hawke, Johnny Depp, Jon Hamm, Joaquin Phoenix, Tom Hardy, Jared Leto have been click bait for a thousand sites waiting for news of the star of the next Marvel movie franchise. According to Mike Fleming over at Deadline it now looks like Marvel have finally landed their perfect Doctor Strange in Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch.But while everyone is chasing the casting news, who is asking the real question here of ‘Who is Doctor Strange?’
Collection: Haunted HousesShare|AboutHaunted HousesComing across a deserted house, whether hidden by the distance of a rolling countryside or by the shadows of adjoining city ghetto dwellings, is like stumbling across an unnoticed, unburied corpse. It is obviously dead now, but once it was full of lives. Coming across a haunted house is different. Deserted or still occupied, it is a place where lives, unsatisfied, have refused to move on into a full death. The houses reflect their tenants. They are living dead structures, refusing to return to dust.“What terrified me will terrify others; and I need only describe the spectre which had haunted my midnight pillow”– Mary Shelley
Evolution of ArtShare|Aboutby LiamSharpPrometheusThe Gift of Madefire2.0 Cave by ChrisColdForeword by techgnoticdepthRADIUS is pleased and proud to present Liam Sharp as a guest writer and welcome his editorial prowess as our newest contributing writer. Liam is legendary as the sci–fi comic book artist, writer and publisher enfant terrible of Britain, his career having begun with 2000 AD magazine. He went on as artist, scripter and short story writer for publications such Heavy Metal and Vampirella. He started his own publishing company, Mam Tor, to self–publish Sharpenings: the Art of Liam Sharp
Collection: MasksShare|AboutMasksHalloween is a time for masks. Aliens, zombies, vampires and werewolves will soon walk the suburban streets in search of tasty treats. But then there is the next level of masks—the likenesses of movie stars, politicians and other celebrities with their most unflattering features exaggerated. Cheap shots, to be sure, but alibied as “satire.” We finally arrive at the “non–off–the–rack” mask–making of actual make–up artists. Here’s where the mask one chooses tells us things about the person we only thought we knew. You see, the scariest thing about masks is their very concept—of a friend or loved one, beneath the surface, not really being the person you know at all. That is a truly fearful thi
Second DD and ART FeatureOn October 27 I received my second DD and it was a big surprise !!!!I want to thank :iconginryuzaki: for suggestion and :icontehangelscry: for featuring as DD.THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Also, I want featured recents DDs suggested by me: Now... FEATURE TIME My last workand AWESOME ARTsShooting Godafoss by erezmaromShAtTeReD by FajralamInfrared Trees - pt. IV by myINQISpring Wolni infrared... by MichiLaukeThe Haunted House by DAN-KAPortal by EnchantedWhispersArtLe Cabinet de Curiosites - Clockwork Fairy by AlexandraVBachGirl in the Sunset by RankaStevicThe Last Stand by AegilsThe Scarlet Hour II by nina-YEntre et tu nen ressortiras plus by Marjie79
Mini Horror Reviews - Friday The 13th (1980)In this IssueFriday The 13thScroll DownJason Friday the 13th 09 by bonslyforeverMovie PosterAboutIt's October and the sacred 31 days of Halloween are upon us-time to get your gore on! The chill is in the air, the leaves are on the ground, and Halloween candy has been out since Labor Day. So while you’re waiting in the Starbucks line for an overpriced double pumpkin spice whatever, pass the time with this year’s scary movies reviews!Movie ListInsidious(Series 2010
Christmas FeatureAs I promised, I would post a feature on Christmas photographs. So, here it is! Enjoy! .:Those Christmas Lights:. by bogdaniciMerry Christmas by xessencexMerry Christmas? by thewolf15All I want for Christmas. by LadyLaReinaChristmas Spirit by oO-Rein-OoMerry little Christmas by demony:thumb45335982::thumb45554637::thumb188873252:Sweet Spice by ShadowinLightChristmas. by HQheartChristmas by 6Artificial6.:Merry Christmas:. by SaNNaSChristmas Horses by sythesiteChristmas by BobbityJonesIs It Christmas Yet? by Aconitum-NapellusWhere is Christmas? by laura242merry little christmas by rebekahkauffman:thumb190721913:Christmas love. by chaoticscreamssAnd here are some of mine:Merry Christmas by kurosakiiLabbitty Christmas by kurosakiiMerry Labbitty Christmas by kurosakiiTo those who posted in my forum thread, thank you so much for sharing.Have a jolly Christmas, everybody! Love,Felisa