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Tattoos in the Pinup & Glamour Galleries
Tattoos in the Pinup & Glamour Galleries
Due to the nature of these Galleries this Feature is rated as Mature Content
Cierra 1 - A Work in Progress by BareLight Creepin' by operasoprano79 Danny: Graffiti III by tom2001 :thumb150501561: Love Nest by VanessaLake alss by dasTOK Cheyanne by photosbydoco Summer Safari II by MichaelHeartless
Sarah Von Z by jayjayphoto :thumb195888597: carousel by mastertouch Tattoo II by photogenic-art Karolina by ogonowskamaja :thumb214380231:
Latex Lust by Miss-MischiefX The Man by nxxos :thumb198632367: hula honey tattoo by EvaPechmarie Rikki-3 by scaredylion :thumb216568668: Hannah Portait by RavenMacabre how soon is now by Calisto-Photography Officer by Modelfaye Leopard print pinup by lucylle :thumb222924131: Roses by TzR
Pin up IV by cosfrog :thumb130964073: Megan Renee 2 by recipeforhaight Ali by MichaelHeartless Tattoo Style Magazine by Kaialeidoscope pin me up by SamSeddon Barely There by Tiffany-Ann Chuca 2 by Atouchofasia La courtisane by lucypop girl with tattoo 2 by charlesongyiu
:thumb140226900: Seanna.9. by HannahCombs Courtney Cruz 08 workshop by PerryGallagher
Best of March
The Crystal Cascade by erezmarom Dickson Falls Revisited by Brian-B-Photography Lost Valley 908 by steelprism
Twelve Apostles by schelly Scalebar Force II by mutanteyeball Dettifoss 2 by Zhen-Yang
Blanketed in Light by Mashuto A sunset with grapes by NorbertKocsis Looking down the Marmolada South Face in Winter by JamesRushforth
Dandelion III by VinayRao Multifaceted by Zanarky Spring Flower Exhibition by PassionAndTheCamera
Strike a pose by Perbear42 Delicate Orchid by FauxHead Daughter of the Wind by alexgphoto
Walking on the Moon by alexgphoto Fireworks peacock by Jona25 Snow Shoe Tracks by cwaddell
bald eagle portrait by PhotographyChris
. Why are you my Clarity . by KimberleePhotography
Under the clouds by fusionx A family portrait by Elreyfoto Return to Mad World by Temperate-Sage
Untitled by PortiaPhotography Snow Princess 2 by silverwing-sparrow fur by but-thewindisblowing
Nocturne Blue by RichardBublitz Anna by Carlotaarmengol April by Czeska
Lure by JimP4nsen Evil Thoughts by KahinaSpiritModelPh RED by HamidQureshi
What it means to dream by sophiaazhou
Dark Side II by Alannah-Hawker Remember the fallen by illdispose Walt Disney Concert Hall by SgtBoognish
Square by PRibeiro Old Montreal by PasoLibre The tiny Feets by LinsenSchuss
City at night by BillyRWebb Paris Graphics II by endegor Deep water portrait by Sunymao
Rest in peace by matze-end Saturnine by Catherine-Di LADWP by SunsetSam
Winter dream in forest... by JPGphotos
a moment to talk about art and copying styleswell maybe i'll sound elitest, but ive always been a fan of the idea; draw how you draw, dont look too closely at others work and dont worry too much about finding your "style". it comes on its own but if you're looking at others work too closely to learn you're only learning somebody elses path in the road of art and not your own
I did look at others work to get inspired as i started out, but mostly i looked at photographs while i worked, not art. i was given a bit of advice like 8 years ago, and ive always held it pretty high up on things to remember, and i share it often.
when you're learning how to draw/paint, you should look at LIFE. figure study classes if you can, photos if you cannot. in other words, paint a river by sitting next to it, not by looking at another artists painting of it.
EDIT: yes there is something to learn and digest with looking at others works. but when you start your own art, put down theirs!
learning how to draw by looking at other peoples work ends in s
THE BEAUTIFUL ART AND AWESOME ARTISTS OF DAMy Fav Folders Are Overflowing With Beautiful Art and Photography.
I Meet So Many Artists Every Day Through Their Work, Through Their
Galleries, Through Their Comments That It Is Time Again To Also Share
Them With You My Friends.
I Also Get Many Letters Where The Featured Artist Tells Me
"I Have Never Ever Been Featured Anywhere Before, Thank You"
And That For Me Is The Greatest Reward Of Putting These Together.
Stop In And Say Hello, Fav A Few, Fav A Lot, Meet Some New Friends,
Reconnect With Some Old, And Most Of All, Enjoy The Beauty And
Talent That Is Here At DeviantArt.
take a walk by LuizaLazar Like Sunspots or Raindrops by Theanimalparade Lights and pines by Jorapache Kapusta II by rosaarvensis :thumb261978220: The End ... by kyrneucciu Joanna 52560022 by pasiasty A Letter To Water by Lavenderwitch Light by rainman65 Blue Shoes by TurquoiseGrrrl :thumb261108279: Ferringous Buzzard by In-the-picture :thumb262073082: :thumb261977105: :thumb201
small thoughti used to try and get cover work at zenescope. in fact the first time i got one, i did it all in photoshop and worked it to death....
well, about a week later i was asked to color the same cover by a different artist. ouch yeah? i was so totally bad ass and better than mine though, of that there was no doubt. so i did it, and it remained one of my favorite covers id painted digitally for a very long time.
now, for long while after that i would do something sketchy and fix it in photoshop. i never paid much attention to my lines, because i could just fix it up in photoshop, be it line quality or anatomy.
then i decided to start paying attention to my lines, so actually try to make something i could keep the lines on.
and you guys have all seen, just in this one year what has happened as a result.
my point here is yes, there can be some great convenient speed saving shortcuts in digital art, but if you find your progress slowing, consider putting photoshop down for awhile.
Common Art Theft ExcusesTop Excuses I Hear from Thieves and Rule Breakers
1.EVERY1 DOSE IT!!!!!111!!!
This one is never well written... Just because other people do it doesn't make it okay. If it's against the rules I will report it. I don't care who you are or who else is doing it. If you give me examples I'll report them to. After all, if crazy people started shooting other people in the face would you start doing it too? Apparently koaumae5918 has seen "Well everyone steals! We're stealing the alphabet!" I've seen this one as well...No. No it doesn't work that way stupid.
2. UR STOOPID. UR A TROLL.
This one isn't an excuse, but I hear it a lot. It's never well written either... Me or anyone else reporting you doesn't make us trolls. We aren't harassing you. We're trying to show you what you've done wrong so you don't get banned, suspended, or reprimanded.
3. You aren't a mod! You can't report me!
DA relies on members to re
Saucy Updates - July Pinup & Glam DDs
Glamour & Pinup Daily Deviations from July 2011
In case you missed the gorgeous work featured last month, here it all is, in one delicious chunk!
Stefania and Ivy Zehring 1 by themarytaylor G. by unisexbluess flowers by SommerPhotography :thumb238824114:
...dal buio by TrashDoLLs Proud Angie by fb101 The Shed by Enigma-Fotos EmV-Hat-3 by scaredylion :thumb240651822:
Sexy Star Wars: Vintage Artoo by JoeyDeMarco Snow White by Golden-Rey Hide and seek... by tinaalreadyinlove :thumb201690492: :thumb227269286:
Ethereal by likeNEON ain't no sunshine by Sssssergiu Another night by la-esmeralda
Yellow Dahlia by Rubelle
Found something in the Pinup & Glam Galleries that you think is worth DD'ing? Drop me a note!
Any other Galleries are run by the sexy people listed here
You can suggest anything to me, as long as:
The deviation is Photography > in
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