CEA Update December 6, 2006Since our last update weve managed to accomplish something fairly noteworthy which will no doubt dismay just as many people as it over joys; essentially we have completed a complete and thorough sweep and clear of the Signature Banners section of the Customization Gallery.CEA Update December 6, 2006 by realitysquared
This section was tagged as a higher priority area due to the unusually high rate of copyright infringing submissions which are placed there on a weekly basis. Starting at the very first submission and working forward through the entire section manually all identifiable copyright violations have been removed.
During the course of this review the Signature Banner section has seen approximately 75% of its content removed. This amounts to a few thousand submissions from this section alone. Now that this basic housekeeping task has been completed we anticipate that the section will be kept free of any submissions which violate ei
March of the Santa HatsSimilar to the Murk March for Halloween.March of the Santa Hats by Lyser-san
I'm attempting to get everyone to add a santa hat to there avatar.
I think this would be a fun thing to do (especially if your a regular forum go-er). And try to spread some christmas cheer!
here are some peeps who have already started (even though they did it before i came up with this idea )::icontimmy64::iconzombietfk::iconlyser-san:
SO MAKE THEM, LEST YOU WANT A LUMP OF COAL FOR CHRISTMAS!
Underappreciated Artists Vol. 6Here's some more great talent gone under the radar; just a sample of these deviants' awesome galleries.Underappreciated Artists Vol. 6 by GH-MoNGo
Coral by Beebee23Raccoons by Beebee23
Injerin Elf by quellionHydra by quellionThe Last Proof by quellionIn the Halls of Tharraghu by quellion
Warrior woman. by HungrysparrowWizard. by HungrysparrowFight. by HungrysparrowBarbarian Bar scene. by Hungrysparrow
Underappreciated Artists Archive
Steal This CSS Is Now Live!Welcome to Steal This CSS! Our mission here at STC is to produce & provide the deviantART community with free, high quality CSS journal layouts. These layouts will be well coded and designed by a team of CSS designers.Steal This CSS Is Now Live! by StealThisCSS
Our CSS layouts are designed after a wide range of influences, from games to websites to movies. A few examples of these influences are Ecko Unlimited, Casino Royale, Windows Vista, Motorola, Coca Cola, Marc Ecko's Getting Up, and many more. We will be updating our database with more journal designs than you can handle.
How does STC work? Simple. Each week we will release a journal featuring one of our CSS layouts. After this layout has been on display for a week, the winner of the layout will be chosen, depending on certain contest criteria (we will change up how you win each week). Each winner will be awarded the exclusive rights to that CSS layout, and a one month subscription. We do this is to ensure that even non-subscribers have a chance to participate in this comm
Polish and Promises != SubstanceI've mentioned the subject of Style vs. Solution previously, but here is yet another example and dialogue regarding a similar and related subject.Polish and Promises != Substance by TheRyanFord
Nintendo, as a contemporary topic, has been in competition with Microsoft and Sony to become the champion of the console wars. But wait, have they really?
In actuality, Nintendo decided long ago that its focus was going to be on games and enjoyment rather than cutting-edge technology. Where Microsoft and Sony have and still are touting their systems as having the most horsepower, prettiest graphics, and a better method for playing in "high def," Nintendo has simply revolutionized the way we play games and entertain ourselves, opening up gaming to a far broader market than people with dextrous thumbs.
A recent article that touches upon Nintendo's success can be found here. The short version of t
New Subscriber Feature! Advanced Activity Pages!New Subscriber Feature! Advanced Activity Pages!New Subscriber Feature! Advanced Activity Pages! by lolly
As some of you who are part of the beta testing program may have seen, there is a new look to the Activity page. And for those of you who haven't seen it, the way it looks is pretty nice.
It allows you to see a lot more of your favorite deviants activity. Such as;
News they have submitted
News they have ed
Comments made on deviations
Comments made on other deviants
Comments made on the forums
Comments made on the news
Recent deviations ( with thumbnails )
Who they are watching
And recent favorites with thumbnails )
Non subscribers will still be able to see forum and user comments as per usual.
This is going to be available as part of the subscription package so if you wish to see all the groovy things that your fellow deviants are doing, now may be the time to check out a subscription! And for all you subscribers, this is the first of many nice lit
deviantART, BT and Thomas Dolby Hit the Road!deviantART, BT and Thomas Dolby Hit the Road!deviantART, BT and Thomas Dolby Hit the Road! by lolly
Anaheim, CA Tonight, November 28th 7 PM
The BT and Thomas Dolby show hit the road with its opening show yesterday in San Francisco, and tonight it hits its first date with members of deviantART in Anaheim, CA at the House of Blues! As of right now 19 deviants will have their artwork shown on the massive on stage projection screen a part of the pre-show.
If you are in the Anaheim area go check out the show and see the art of;
House of Blues
1530 S Disneyland Dr
Anaheim, CA 92802
San Diego November 29th 8 PM
And if you are in the San Diego area go check out the show at th
|Salutations, I'm a computer geek and science nerd who happens to take mediocre photographs on occasion and has delusions of being a writer, I tend to over use to the point of it being punctuation, and you can count on me to bore you to death on any number of scientific topics, or anything technical at all for that matter.|