I am always amazed at the talent found on DeviantArt. The brushstrokes, a correctly placed pixel, the click of a camera at the right moment, the correct light, cartoon irony, serenity and humor. It’s all in my feed thanks, in no small part, to the talented artists and photographers that make up my watch-list.Declassify >
This edition of small oddities takes us from the 70’s and 80’s right up through some more modern art. We have a Silhouette screenshot from Ralph Bakshi’s 1978 Lord of the Rings, Cool Spot the 80’s mascot for 7 Up, a modern seal for Loki from Avengers and a very well done digital painting.Declassify >
This edition features quite the range of artistic styles from digital art, lithograph, photography, pop art and macabre painting. It also covers themes from animated television and movies, music and parody. Without further ado here are July’s small oddities.Declassify >
Everyone one of us has done a Google image search to find interesting things. I prefer to get my interesting things from DeviantArt. The quality of the images and art there remain at a high quality despite being freely open for anyone to join.Declassify >
I frequent DeviantART for the quantity, quality and selection of art. I also have my very own gallery, where I post random photos and the occasional piece of art.
I suggest that you take the time to join a group and in turn that group’s community, but from time to time, you just want to put a piece of art out there for as many eyes to see as possible.Declassify >