A change in plans.After releasing HIGHER, my debut music video and album almost a year ago I followed up with SUBMARINE LIMOUSINE in November, a "demo" mix made of the songs that didn't make the cut for CHILLED COFFEE. It was originally only to be released on my Bandcamp (and Youtube). Some of the tracks were leaked here and there. But after some serious thought we've decided to go ahead and go hardbody on the promotion, and give it a proper introduction to the public. So, friends! I need you to get the word out and use the hashtag #SUBLIMO or #SUBMARINELIMOUSINE on all the news about it. After this week, SUBMARINELightning-Powered
Learn Disney animation from the old guys...from Gizmodo.comSeanE
If you’ve ever wanted to make your own cartoons, learning the basic principles of animation from two of Disney’s greatest is a great way to start. This video course explains each of the “12 Principles of Animation” in an entertaining and easy-to-understand way.
You may not have heard of Frank Thomas or Ollie Johnston before, but you’re probably familiar with their work. They both belonged to Walt Disney’s “Nine Old Men,” a group of animators that worked with Disney himself
Introducing the DeviantArt Stylus IRLmadizzlee
For nearly 15 years, DeviantArt has been at the forefront of digital art creation, a cutting-edge icon in the high-tech art world. As part of our continuous goal to combine the best in art and technology, DeviantArt has created an innovative tool—the DeviantArt Stylus IRL—that brings the sophistication of digital art into the real world.
A legacy of Innovation
For nearly 15 years, DeviantArt has been at the forefront of digital art creation, a cutting-edge icon in the high-tech art world. As part of our continuous goal to combine the best in art and technology, DeviantArt has created an innovative tool that brings the sophistication of digital art into the real world.
Using the innovative, patent
About clicking the favorite buttondear peeps, I am going to tell you something that is very important for artists who have to live from their art and there are quite a few of them around here and most of them are amazing in what they do.crayonmaniac
Some really nice people here comment on artworks and they are of course right in this, that such a sign of appreciation means the world to the artist in question but alas we need more people, we need your favs and i will explain why...
Talent scouts come to this place with specific requirements and they work with the search button and that is where the number of favs IS important for the artists who have to live from their art like me.
In 2011/2012, I was quite flavour of the month, i could not post the simplest thing and I got 400 favs in the first hour, this is no longer true today. I have to struggle to get 100 for a painting the entire lenght of time.
But the fact is, due to all the favs I harvested back then, when such a talent scout came along and he did a search, my
*Womp womp womp*Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but it looks like I didn't win. I won't lie, it hurts a little. But to the folks that tracked my progress and shared my alerts in the #IndependentMusicAwards, it was appreciated. To my dedicated fans, you've supported me from the beginning and YOUR value is greater than ANY award. Onto the next adventure! In the meantime, subscribe and follow me:Lightning-Powered
Why we fall. - Edited with full postDanLuVisiArt
Art by Allison Smith.
"Why do we fall, Bruce? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up."
One of my favorite lines from Batman Begins. However, there are moments where it's rather difficult to get back up, and sometimes we require that one special kick in the ass.
From each tumble, we learn a valuable lesson. A year or so ago, I had hit a personal wall that was proving too difficult to force through. Art, which is usually front and center, took a back sea--and while we've all had art blocks--that wasn't the only issue.
It began with my roommate of two years, whom had decided it was time to move else where. With such a sudden interruption, I had to find a new home and in less than 30 days.
Having also been through a bleak breakup months prior, and finding myself with no pending freelance work and