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Innovation for WritersThere have always been a lot of writers on deviantART begging for more recognition. It's understandable that literature is given a lower priority: as I'm writing this, there are 3,280 "Writers" online, which compared to the 10,671 "Artists" is a relatively small community. So all of us writers whine about how we never get "the attention that we deserve." There are plenty of stamps declaring, "Writers are artists too!" and all that sort of thing. But we never really get anywhere.Innovation for Writers by jonathoncomfortreed
Well let's get serious, people.
deviantART easily has the most impressive coding I've ever seen. And the latest updates of the message centre, notes and v7 were stunning. So much is possible; it's time to give writers the edge.
When deviantART's Portfolio feature was released, it stated:
"Some people ask if Portfolio supports Literature, Film or Flash Animations. Unfortunately these formats are not yet supported, but we are working hard to make sure to support these media in the future with presentation formats
Contests Around dA -WIN $1000 + YEARS of Subs! Please Fave the News Article (To the left)Contests Around dA -WIN $1000 + YEARS of Subs! by TimberClipse
Welcome to the sixth volume of Contests Around dA, written by TimberClipse!
Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3 | Volume 4 | Volume 5
ABOUT CONTESTS AROUND dA
There are a lot of contests around dA these days, chances to win points, subscriptions, art and more!
But many are hard to hear about and some you must watch the contest's owner to even know about!
So this news article will be published weekly to let you know about them and to give publicity to them!
Advertising Participating Groups:
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'Picture Yourself In Wonderland' WinnersWe challenged you to Picture Yourself In Wonderland and show us who you would be if you tumbled down the rabbit hole, and as usual the deviantART community did not disappoint!'Picture Yourself In Wonderland' Winners by Moonbeam13
After checking out all of the Alices, Mad Hatters, Red Queens, White Rabbits, and more, the final three winners have been selected!
We'd like to give a big "Thank you!" to the finalist judges from Walt Disney Home Entertainment for tackling the tough job of selecting the winners from the 25 Semi-Finalists.
Want to see whose Wonderland-self is going home with some awesome prizes? Check out the winners below!
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dA Related Monthly Themed Contest: AutumnIt's time for the first of many deviantART Related Monthly Themed Contests!
It's that time of the year again. Where the leaves begin to fall, and all you feel like doing is jumping into that big pile of leaves in your neighbours yard. Yes, it's Autumn.
Create something with autumn leaves, colors, anything to do with Autumn. It's all up to you!
This contest will be open to all media, as long as it's correctly submitted into the deviantART Related gallery. This means you can create a deviantID, Deviant Stamp, Journal or Gallery skins/designs, and more with the theme Autumn.
Your entry must be properly submitted into the deviantART Related gallery.Your entry must comply with deviantART's
September ECC: Leaves OVERThe contest has ended, results will be announced soon.
Hi guys this is the first in my new series of emoticon contests! (inspired by SparklyDest's EMTC which is on hiatus this month)
The ECC stands for the Emote Character Challenge Based on the ECs that emoticonists often use on dA.
For resources on creating an EC see This tutorial
What differs this contest from others like TheEMTC and EmoticonOpus Is that the ECC will require you to use an EC (or emote character) and each month will not only come with a new theme, but 1 or more challenges as well.
Use both your's and another emoticonist's EC in the deviation.
September 30th 11:59 PM EST
Your entry must incorporate the theme and challenge shown above.
Your entry must follow deviantArt's Terms of service.
You must use an EC, a character who is named, and d