deviantArt is a website where users submit art, photography, poetry, and prose.
Being able to search virtually anything and getting a result
There are many, many tutorials if you are having trouble drawing ANYTHING
Administrators are easily approachable
Getting criticism so you can improve
The satisfaction of improving like crazy and getting inspired by art every few days
Buying a subscription; it's almost worth it
Hanging out with your friends
You can sometimes get a laugh from a picture you see
Looking at other pictures you like
Favoriting and commenting on other pictures you like
Not getting comments, watches, or favorites
People flaming you for giving some helpful criticism
People posting emo sh.. in their journal
Art/Writer's block (that's not dA's fault though)
Because of the deviation overflow, new deviations submitted appear on the front page for only a few seconds; it only catches a deviant's eye if it's particularly cute or particularly good
It is really, really hard to get publicity
I have an account on deviantart, and it's practically my life. The good things outweigh the bad, especially if you take criticisms and appreciate and look at art all the time.. If you don't, your art will probably never get any better.
Deviantart really gives me a sense of self-satisfaction. x3
Friend: I've improved on anatomy and pretty much everything since i've joined deviantart <3333 I love it. It's my antidrug.
A web based art community with many users. Users can submit their art to this community where it can be viewed by others. There are many great artists in this community. However there are many crappy artists as well who only submit pictures of half naked women in order to get a massive amount of page views and comments on their pictures by young testosterone loaded teenage boys.
"deviantart is awesome apart from all the people submitting shit just to get attention."
An empire of mostly average art, though there are quite a few that are good. Sadly, this empire is overruled by fanart
rather than creative, original art. Anything else other than fanart hardly ever gets noticed.
Your drawing/photo/movie/poem may get viewed by some, but usually no more than 30 times. If you get a comment on it by someone, that's usually the last comment you'll ever get on it, unless you have some friends (AKA DeviantWatchers) that like your artwork. If you're lucky, it might even get a favorite.
On the other hand, if you submit a drawing of a character from, say, Full Metal Alchemist
, or Inu Yasha
, You may get as much as 100 views or more within the same hour that you submitted it. These usually get more comments and favorites, especially if you draw the male characters looking all bishie
-like (The deviantart community is mostly girls, so it's natural that they'd like this kind of stuff).
Then there are the Deviants that are extremely popular and worshipped by thousands. I have no idea how they got this popular, but the case with these people is that, no matter WHAT they submit, no matter how stupid it looks, or how simple it is, it appears on the front page in the "Today's Favorites" section. Their artwork gets about 500 favorites per picture, as ...
A website where various artists can submit their work. However, within less then a minute after submission, the art quickly is archived to make room for new submissions. Because of this, it is not uncommon for some work to go entirely unseen. The only way to get noticed is to either draw fan-art, anime, or take a black and white picture of your slit wrists and call it "emotional."
Guy: I was on DeviantART the other day, my picture got six views! I even got one favorite!
Me: I was on SheezyART the other day too. After customizing my user-page, I submitted some art. It stayed on the front page for more than 8 minutes. Then I found pirate gold in my basement.
Guy: Sheezy art is for gay fags who are gay and like to be fags that are gay.
An online art community, where users, called Deviants, can sign up for a free account and upload their artwork, called Deviations. You can subscribe for a fee to receive additional benefits (such as ad-free browsing). Generally a nice place, with many intelligent and friendly members who can offer helpful insight and advice. And yes, there ARE some really amazing artists on dA who fully deserve the recognition they get.
And the abundance of mediocre manga fanart isn't even that bad - at least they tried to put some sort of artistic effort into it. What's truly horrible are the countless adolescent girls who feel the need to pepper dA with cam-whore
sque pictures under the guise of expressive portraiture. Please, do it somewhere else. It's extremely selfish and egocentric, and it ruins the experience for those of us who take dA seriously.
If you truly enjoy art and put thought and effort into your work, and are willing to offer insightful, intelligent comments, please, sign up. deviantArt needs more people like you.
I found a gorgeous painting on deviantArt yesterday, so I added it to my favourites and left a comment.
If deviantArt turns into MySpace I swear I'm going to strangle something.
a place where you submit art and communicate with others and comment about art.
though deviantART has undergone numerous changes, the only people who believe it to be gay or homosexual are the people who failed to read the submission agreement and thus lost their submitted work
Person1: OMG I submitted a movie to deviantART and they banned it!
person2: did it have nudity in it?
Person2: then that's why it was removed, stupid fuck.
A site dedicated to art. Most of the people who use it just want to feel special because they drew a picture, but there are a select few users who are actually good at "art".
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Perhaps I'll use Deviantart to showcase my last drawing, which I think is one of my best
An online community where people from all over the world can share art, poetry, "prose," and more.
Although there are people that dislike this sort of place, more often then not, these are the same people who use the word "fag" in a degrading manner and who hate Dance Dance Revolution
and those who play it.
DeviantART is certainly an active web site.