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dA love for everyone! #104dA love for everyone! #104 by lintu47
As the title suggests, this news article’s goal is to spread the dA love into everyone’s heart! You will find here a little bit of everything, from awesome interviews with talented artists, art features, group promotion to random deviants' features. I hope you will find this informative and entertaining!
Interviewed artist: BrookeGillette :iconbrookegillette:
Tell us what defines you as a person.
Wow, that's a hard question. We're all multi-faced, so it's hard to list that one thing that would define me. If I really have to choose, I'd say what I do, or rather, what I choose to do, defines me. I'm a strong believer of "actions speak louder than words."
How did you find out about
Beware of Green!Beware Of Green!Beware of Green! by Goodnight-Melbourne
Green is everywhere isn't it? Actually it's the most dominant natural colour you can see almost at every place of the world unless you end up in a dessert and don't count the cactuses. It's so fresh, so natural and it symbolizes youth - what's wrong with green? Well Everything! Green is a disaster. It's a very intense colour that you must use so precisely, otherwise you will ruin your entire painting. Ofcourse it's a complimentary colour but this is a complimentary colour that you should use less as much as you can. Green breaks apart the colour harmony of your paintings.
Our brain is habituated to recognize many shades of green correctly because it's the most dominant colour in nature. And that's why a wrong shade of green can signal those knowledges "something is not right!" Even for a most inexperienced viewer.
In a colour wheel, green is placed between Blue and yellow. Now one may consider a green beside blue as a cool colour but tha
Traditional Art Tutorials on DeviantArtTraditional Art Tutorials on DeviantArtTraditional Art Tutorials on DeviantArt by jane-beata
A lot of people want to learn to draw and paint better but they just don't know where to start. You don't need an expensive art course to learn and progress, sometimes the answers are not far away. On DeviantArt, artists not only share their artworks but many of them are willing to share their working secrets, they create tutorials and FAQ journals or simply answer to your notes if you ask them. When you know what you want to improve, searching for a good tip gets even easier.
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