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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.
Pokemon is ForeverShare|ArchiveForeword by techgnoticKay (aka damphyr) is DeviantArt’s go-to expert on everything “Pokémon.” She also occupies the adventurous position of being one of DeviantArt's main enforcers of standards and practices. We thank her for being a guardian of artistic erotica and especially, for being able to answer every question we get asked about Pokémon and just about anything else for that matter. Supreme Keeper of all pop culture knowledge, Kay must be protected in case of global disaster.by damphyrAn incongruous collection of people lined the sidewalk outside the local video game retailer just before opening on March 6th, 2011. The first in line we
Jurassic PokemonShare|ArchiveJurassic PokemonBy techgnoticRealistic Pokemon Season 1 by arvalisarvalis aka RJ Palmer is a long time deviant who has created his own unique niche at DeviantArt.He was first known as the artist who drew incredibly realistic dinosaurs. Somehow his depictions of dinosaurs began morphing into Pokemon characters. He is now renowned as dA’s master of realistic Pokemon illustrations. His has been quite a success story through art. His rise has been quite a success story on how to build a following in the community. RJ has wonderful tutorial drawing sessions on his Dev
The Hunger Games: Accidental Statement of Protest?Share|ArchiveThe Hunger Games: An Accidental Statement of Protest?By techgnoticCatching fire by Kris-KamikakushiIn Bangkok, Thailand, students are being arrested for raising their hands in the air to flash Katniss’ three–finger “freedom” salute.That’s right, the Katniss who’s the fictional heroine of the popular dystopian sci–fi “Hunger Games” movie series. The world has changed over the last few decades in a very big way, but some are apparently unaware of it or undisturbed by the stunning ramifications.Advanced sur
Star Wars: A New HopeShare|ArchiveStar Wars: A New HopeBy techgnoticThe Empire Bargains by dvsdesignerWho’s the most important person now in the Star Wars franchise? JJ Abrams? Think again!It begins in mere weeks from now: The countdown to the first of the next Star Wars sequels, Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, the first of a new trilogy for a new generation. The first 1 minute trailer, a mostly wordless montage of series’ heroes, will debut attached to Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 or on Disney-owned ABC Television. American culture stirs in its sleep. Georg
The Little MermaidShare|ArchiveThe Little MermaidBy spottedSomeday by alicexzForeword by techgnoticElisa (aka spotted) steps out from behind the scenes as one of our intrepid Today Page senior editors to contribute her appreciation of “The Little Mermaid.” We hope it will be the first of many contributions to come, another hidden talent having been revealed by this longtime DeviantArt special projects manager.It was 25 years ago that a redheaded mermaid made a splash in theaters ushering in a new era for the identity of the Disney princess.
Collection: GlassesShare|ArchiveGlassesIt would seem counter-intuitive that a person wearing glasses—i.e., a person in need of a device to properly identify and understand incoming visual perceptual information—would be assumed to be more rather than less intellectually gifted. And yet that’s the transformative power of donning a pair of glasses, the thicker-lensed and clunkier the better.Tim Burton - One Man Showby RodneyPike
Monthly Themes NOVEMBER_ANIMALS win points!:iconthefavouriteshowcase:ALL INFO ABOUT THE THEMATIC FOLDER HERE http://thefavouriteshowcase.deviantart.com/gallery/29360832Hello dear members of TheFavouriteShowcase, friends and deviants,This is the new way to find our winner of our monthly challenge at TheFavouriteShowcase: instead of using a Poll with the ten most voted of the period, we'll be using a blog to showcase the 20 MOST VOTED on this theme!This means, or so I hope, more exposure for your pieces and galleries.The idea is simple: each work has a number and all deviants have the opportunity to vote like if it was a poll...with the difference that you will choose not one but 3 favourites! All deviants may vote, INCLUSIVE who is participating; the participants may vote for themselves and ask friends and watcher
Abstract ArtShare|ArchiveAbstract ArtBy techgnoticEmotions Abstract by zampedroniThe earliest known artworks of humans, found on cave walls dating back about 40,000 years, tell stories.Usually the stories are of amazing hunts for enormous wooly mammoths and other food sources. Others suppose they were plans for hunts, no different from a coach’s football plays.Today we are learning of abstract artworks on the cave walls, seemingly deliberately hidden, and much farther back, painted by medicine men huffing hallucinogenic herbs. The purpose for these totemic abstracts is unclear. While native art worldwide retained its
Collection: Blue HarvestShare|ArchiveBlue HarvestThe Harvest time of year represents the last heroic exertion of labor to gather in for storage the bounty of crops to sustain life through the approaching Autumn and Winter. The health and relative comfort of an entire village or settlement, or a single remote homestead, through the cold and barren months, depends on a successful harvest. A blighted harvest means fear and prayers that the winter will be mild and of short duration, that the limited food might provide enough sustenance. In modern society, the Harvest has come to represent receiving just and due reward for any endeavor one has worked long and hard to make a success. But this gallery of
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