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Fri Mar 6, 2015, 2:07 PM

Inspired by wreckling's Journal, here are deviants I will #WatchForever.

:iconflorentcourty: FlorentCourty

Sheep and Volcanoes by FlorentCourtyMountain Majesty by FlorentCourtyInsane Moment by FlorentCourty

:iconagnes-cecile: agnes-cecile

non parlarne mai by agnes-cecilein un istante solo by agnes-cecilee non ci sara' nessuno by agnes-cecile

:iconimustbedead: IMustBeDead

Spirit by IMustBeDeadHeadache by IMustBeDeadBound by IMustBeDead

:iconcakecrumbs: cakecrumbs 
Blue-ringed Octopus Cake by cakecrumbsThe Hunger Games: Mockingjay Cupcakes by cakecrumbsMajora's Mask Moon Cake by cakecrumbs

:iconophelia-overdose: Ophelia-Overdose

Beyond by Ophelia-OverdoseSplash by Ophelia-OverdoseKaleidoscopastel by Ophelia-Overdose

:iconrhads: RHADS

The Old Man And The Sea by RHADSDeep Breath by RHADSInfinite Dreams by RHADS

And now, a really awesome list of really awesome deviants:

AshleyxBrooke davidkawena JaimeIbarra Katy-L-Wood  KevinRossatty dekorAdum ifiam GENZOMAN deignis GillianIvy priteeboy rossdraws lieveheersbeestje marcinwuu

Now how about you?

Who are some of your favorite deviants? You should make a journal like this one and share some deviants that you'll watch forever. La la la la

Also, be sure to tag your Journal with #WatchForever, so people can check out who you love to watch!

Skin by Dan Leveille

The Cabinet by immanuel
Finnish photographer Juha Arvid Helminen conveys a message on the misuse of power in politics and religion in his dark, faceless portrait series, "The Invisible Empire."
"In 2006 I witnessed the so called Smash ASEM demonstration in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki. I personally experienced the dark side of the Finnish police, with young men hiding behind their uniforms and hoods, anonymously committing misconduct. Later I also witnessed the reluctance of the justice system to punish those in uniform.

Uniforms create unity and through them we can for example tell apart a soldier from a civilian. The dark side is the seeming justification to violence and the possibility to disappear in the masses when we do something truly evil.

We wear clothes dictated by religion, political thoughts and tradition to communicate and represent authority but also as a sign of belonging and our ideologies. Often this can mask our true persona and create boundaries between us and the people we meet. The characters in my works are prisoners of these traditions and the walls we have created for ourselves. How close can we, the viewers, get to them, when they have been stripped of so much of their personality?"

— Juha Arvid Helminen

The Cabinet by immanuel

Black Wedding by immanuel   Fraction of a Pixel by immanuel

Graduates by immanuel

Traditional. by immanuel    Food by immanuel

Lost by immanuelIn the Name of Tradition by immanuel

Humanity by immanuel    Untitled by immanuel

The Imperial Uhlans. by immanuelOptimism by immanuel

Childhood by immanuel    The Ambassador by immanuel

Harvesters by immanuelThe Emperor's Visit by immanuel

Untitled Portrait II by immanuel    The Emperors Tunic by immanuel    The Knowledge by immanuel

Untitled Portrait by immanuel    Faith II by immanuel

The Postman by immanuel

The Camera Enthusiast by immanuel    Dogma by immanuel    The Invisible Police by immanuel

Faith by immanuel    A Moment by immanuel

The Herd by immanuel

Vanity by immanuel    The Horse by immanuel
The Hesitation by immanuel

Knight of the Invisible Empire by immanuel    A Tool by immanuel

The Gathering by immanuel

The idea of individuality by immanuel    The Grand Admiral by immanuel

Queen of the Invisible Empire by immanuel    Mother by immanuel    Child of the empire. by immanuel

The First Wife by immanuel     Orias by immanuel

View Juha Arvid Helminen's Gallery

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Nightmare Fuel: Monsters by Anastasios GionisAnastasios Gionis is a digital sculptor and 3D modeler for the film industry. His work has been featured in films such as Snow White and the Huntsman, Cabin in the Woods, Land of the Lost, Hop, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
He also did character design for kids TV shows including As Told by GingerAll Grown UpSquirrel Boy, and Rocket Power.


Creepy Pokemon Artwork: Chansey From HellCelebrate this week's launch of Pokemon X and Y with a daily dose of disturbing Pokemon artwork. The adorable Pokemon, Chansey, gets several creepy and realistic twists.

chansey by nastyjungle
Chanseydon Preview by Gumbogamer
No. 113 - Chansey by PokemonFromHell
Chanbra by SolaMontoya
Chansey by altered-worlds     Chansey by OMGaMOOSE
Chansey and Ratata by lmerlo72
150+ project: chansey by edface
And some Pokemon fusion Chansey mashups:
Pokemon Fusion 4 - Eleggtrode by BonnyJohnElectresy by JosemonCosplay
Pokemon Fusion by eduardocatebPokeFusion - Geosey by kaj18
Pokemon Fusion: Psysey by SakuraSetsuna
Pasey by KinkoKitty
Creepachu: Disturbing Pikachu Artwork

Pikachu by Sekkosiki GONNA CATCH EM ALL - pika pika by randis
creepachu by OMEGAUS Pikachu by betsybauer paaaaauloooo by pikarar
Zombiechu by Spysheep 'A wild PIKACHU appeared.' by TuxedoDemon PIKACHU USED MEAN LOOK by Dawr
The Momachu -a Pikachu Fanart- by Dogsfather
PWNed. by Tonosamanjuu :thumb170609597: I WANT A POTATO CHIP by OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWO
Pikachu by OWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWO Best Pikachu Ever by PivoteerJK The Electric Tale of Pikachu by Gumbogamer
:thumb110298298: :thumb63193923: CREEPACHU by DeathdealerScrambles
Pikachu by SoupAndButter Real Pikachu by hextupleyoodot :thumb177488517:
Pikachu Realism by PokeShoppe Pikachu by AnnaJ :thumb15272903:
Pikachu by G-manluver Pikachu by FleetingEmber PikaCHU by Junryou-na-Kokoro
:thumb21055892: Pikachu by anansi245:thumb41348288:
ZOMBIE PIKACHU by Dean-Mara Pikachu by Verehin BLACKEST NIGHT pokemon pichu by TommyPhillips
Pokemon Zombies Pikachu detail by Neef zombie pikachu by berkozturk Pikachu Zombie by Fadri
Pikachu's Big Adventure by SuperNaturalFlavour A Wild Pikachu Appeared by Aetharius Evil pikachu by Anjierou
:thumb127116312: Badass Pikachu by ninja-ed Zombie Pikachu by Deks-Designs
Halloween Pikachu by LordBoop Crinos Pikachu by Tacimur
:thumb71761936: Pikachu +sexy version+ by nancher Pikachu Lesbos by bendzz
Pichu and Pikachu by devonn Pikachu by nJoo Natural Pikachu and Pachirisu by devonn
Creepy Meets Cute
The deviantART community is always blown away by the talent of ~Santani, a Moscow-based artists who makes original dolls that blend together the concepts of "creepy" and "cute."


My Little Dragon: Blue Wyvern by Santani
Purple by Santani
Tiny Griffin Spotty by Santani
Owmlet by Santani
T.G. Polar by Santani
Bunny Twins by Santani
T.G. Red panda by Santani
T.G. Squirrel by Santani
Tiny Black by Santani
Hypnowl by Santani
My Little Dragon: Bambi portrait by Santani
T.G. Polar 1 by Santani
slightly toothy by Santani

Skin by Dan Leveille

The Golden Castle by MalgorzataArska
A selection of artwork around the themes of the fairy tale, Jack and The Beanstalk.

Listen: Giants In The Sky — Daniel Huttlestone (From "Into The Woods")

The Beanstalk by JoshCorpuz85The Beanstalk by MalgorzataArska
The Golden Castle by MalgorzataArskaJack and the Beanstalk by Bpackerbeanstalk by buttcheekss

Jack and the Beanstalk by NoxEvo     Jack and the Beanstalk by maddunkartist

Jack and the Beanstalk by sebastianjasterBeanstalk with a view by sebastianjaster
Jack and the Beanstalk by nikogeyer
Kitty and the Beanstalk by RachelCurtis   JACK and the BEANSTALK by RachelCurtis

Jack And The Beanstalk by CAMartin      

Jack-and-the-Beanstalk by gigi4gJack and the Beanstalk by Ahvia

Jack and the beanstalk by RMBDarkmyth
Mamenoko Jack by JohnSu
Beanstalk by LightlyBow

Skin by Dan Leveille

DeviantArt Mobile App Now Available

Wed Dec 10, 2014, 7:13 AM

The world's largest art gallery in your hand is now available on AndroidiOS 8, and Amazon Fire for free. Get it now!

The DeviantArt Mobile App moves the experience to hand-held devices exposing a full range of exciting, fresh, and culturally relevant content. Browse endless streams of content as well as communicate with and submit to the community 24/7 with the DeviantArt Mobile App.

The key features of the DeviantArt Mobile App include:

Today Page – every day, the editorial team will draw from and reflect back to the community a vibrant combination of news, features, curations and conversations.

What's Hot, Undiscovered, Daily Deviations and Explore – give you ways to liberate and inspire yourself with extraordinary images drawn from an art collection powered by over 32 million artists and curators on DeviantArt. Features like More Like This associate images through member-curated Collections to provide endless entertainment and inspiration as you travel through the app by browsing layers of similar art.

Status Updates – post short updates and in-phone camera images in a simple and direct format that lets you create informal conversations with your watchers. Status Updates allow you to share how you're feeling, what you're thinking, what you're working on, or to share the work of an artist you love.

Watch Feed – a personalized and easy to access feed of every Journal, Collection, or Status Update posted by people you watch.

Notifications – the communication center of the app where you manage all mentions, replies and other messages.

Submit – submit art and literature to DeviantArt or compose a Status Update to initiate rich visual conversations.

Our first-ever mobile app allows the largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts to connect through the creation and sharing of art. To make this happen, we didn't jump into mobile apps right away because we wanted to take ample time to understand and design the mobile experience for visual art in order to genuinely enhance discovery and conversation for our expanding community. We hope you enjoy the DeviantArt app!

Development of the DeviantArt Mobile App is ongoing. We’re excited to release updates every two weeks providing stability improvements and bug fixes. Learn more about what's to come!

Get it on Google Play      

(iOS 8 only, iOS 7 coming soon)

Best of: Journey Fan Art

Thu Oct 23, 2014, 2:02 PM

Journey by V-nom
Journey is an award-winning PlayStation game known for its innovative gameplay and beautiful visuals. Developed by thatgamecompany (makers of Flow and Flower), the game is a popular subject for fan art on deviantART. Here are some stunning fan art tributes to the game.

Browse more: #journeygame

Journey by spydersTribute to Journey by Matou31Journey by JJcanvasJourney by EarthGwee
Ribbons by k-atrinaJourney - the drop by SpoonfishLeeJourney by KarboJourney by Zolaida

Journey by Malliya     Journey by Willow-San

Journey by AilovcJourney by Hinoe-0
Journey by V-nom
journey by joe-wright
Journey by LeoLeus

JOURNEY by Diamond4444     Journey by yoshdestroys

Journey by Shattered-Earth
Hollow Metropolis by almond-goddessA Long Journey by FrancoyovichJourney by Guzzardi
Harmonious in Journey by LillianLaiJourney by Isvoc
Journey by pacman23Journey by Nutfullinshared journey by CoryKatzeJourney by Surkal

The Journey by Senturith

Journey by mmishee     Journey by Inkfall

Journey by lesliesketch
Journey by xUshiwakax
Journey by Ruaniamh
Journey by Techta
Vartija by almond-goddessJourney by AlphaComicsJourney by IzzarraJourney by yocifMy Journey by OuneJourney by AlassaJourney by Spikings
Journey Sunset by Sawuinhaffjourney underwater by NellaFantasiaa
Journey by Siga4BDN
Journey. by Sprouteeh

Journey by Miku-hime     Journey by moosmic

Journey by SiOtheCaveman

Journey by niuner     Journey by Marchio08

Journey by Sawuinhaff

Journey__Lets start the Journey by LuCiFelLo     journey: leap by pepaaminto

Journey by Cursors

Journey by Rodrigo-Sanches-A     Journey by JohannesVIII

Journey Craft by Elentori
Journey by chriswhite87
Journey: Sea of Sand by Risachantag

+ Endless Journey + by JialingPan     A Journey Together by Zoroko     Journey by DreamlessWings

[JOURNEY] Melon'scape by ochibrochi     (Journey) Gliding by cling17

Journey Fanart by TastesLikeAnya     Journey again by Willow-San

Journey by ta-min     Journey by TheLeopardwerecat

JOURNEY by MartzaJourney by Evanatt

Journey by NellyOnly     Journey: The Road of Trials by Amdhuscias

Fanart: Journey by drawingum

Browse more: #journeygame

Am I missing any? Share your favorite Journey fan art in the comments!

Journey Tribute by Skytch

Skin by Dan Leveille

Bringing You Closer to the Community

Wed Oct 15, 2014, 12:52 PM

As DeviantArt grows, we strive to find more ways to connect you with the things and people that matter to you most. After months of designing, testing, and engaging in community conversations around the shape of things to come, we're proud to announce a series of features that will bring you closer to the community.

Our guiding principles are to bring you a better, fresher, yet familiar site experience, giving you more power to do what you want and, more importantly, create deeper connections between your friends and favorite artists.

Today Page

Welcome to Today on DeviantArt.

The Today page is the place to start your day. It's the pulse of the DeviantArt community. When art-related news happens around the world, deviant artists are among the first to respond in the most evocative ways possible. We're proud to unveil the Today page — the new human and dynamically powered newspaper for the community that reflects the stories inside of DeviantArt as they pertain to art, fandom, pop culture, and world culture.

Read More


Connecting you with your watchers.

The Watch Feed creates a sequential stream of activity from your watchlist, including deviations, Journals, Collections, Polls, Forums threads, and more. Status Updates let people share quick updates about what they're working on or what inspires them. Find an awesome deviation? Share it in your Status Update.

Read More


Giving curators the recognition they deserve.

You can now watch Collections, delivering you a custom stream of daily inspiration to your Watch Feed. Collections are now visible on deviation pages and tag pages, giving curators more exposure. Become a curator and create Collections of artwork around topics or genres you love.

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Discover more of your favorite topics.

Tags bring together different types of content around a common topic, allowing deviants to discover new art, meet new artists, and create conversations about shared interests. As an artist, tags can help you reach new audiences. Tags can be used basically everywhere — on deviations, Status Updates, Comments, Journals, deviation descriptions, private Notes, etc.

Read More

Wall of Art by Roky320
Giving curators the recognition they deserve.

With the launch of the Watch Feed, you can also now watch Collections made by other deviants. Collections are surfaced through the Watch Feed, creating a new way to discover and expose artwork on DeviantArt. Collections have been given additional exposure by appearing on deviation pages as well as tag pages.

Watchcollection by danlev

“I am loving Collections as well. I am proud of my Collections and am glad they will finally be getting notice. And it also gives more exposure to the artists as this is more viral in nature than simply faving something then making an art feature journal to share it with others.”  —GillianIvy

Managing Collections

When you watch someone, you’ll automatically be watching all of their Collections — but you can also choose to enable or disable watching Collections on a deviant-by-deviant basis.

To watch only specific Collections from a deviant, uncheck “Collections” on their watch settings (now you’re watching none of their Collections), and then visit one of their Collections and then click “+Watch Collection.”

If you’d prefer not to have one of your Collections displayed on other deviants' Activity Feeds, you can visit the Collection Options area of your Collection and check "Disable watching".

Collections on Deviation Pages

Art curators are among the unsung heroes of DeviantArt, and with these new changes, we’re now surfacing Collections on deviation pages, allowing you to discover curations of artwork that include that specific deviation.

Tagging Collections

Using the new Tags feature, you can now tag your Collections with relevant topics. Tags will display on your Collections. Relevant Collections will be displayed on tag pages, giving more exposure to curators’ work.

Share your thoughts on the new Collections features by posting a Status Update using the #Collections tag.

Artist credit: Wall of Art by Roky320

The following journal applies to deviants who have access to our new tags feature that was launched to a small test audience last week.  If you received the following Hot Topic in your Message Center, you likely have access to tags.  If you didn’t receive the following Hot Topic, you likely don’t have access at this time.  Sit tight, as we’ll be rolling out the release to a wider audience soon!

Tags are our new way to label and create conversations around a topic. Tags can be used everywhere — in Status Updates, Collections, comments, deviation descriptions, or Journals. When clicked, you’ll discover a tag page full of content and activity around the topic.

As someone in the test audience for tags, you’re among the first to see the beginnings of our tag system and we’d appreciate your feedback -- both in terms of what you think so far, and where’d you’d like to see things go in the future.

Anatomy of a Tag Page

Let’s take a look at tag pages in their current form.

Tagpagenew by danlev

Tags bring together different types of content around a common topic, allowing deviants to discover new art, meet new artists, and create conversations about shared interests.  You can tag lots of different things, in many different places -- deviations, Journals, Collections, Status Updates, and comments. Tag pages surface the activity for you and allow the whole community to be part of the conversation.

The goal of tags is to help you find art and topics that you resonate with, and help you find new ways to participate in the community.

Tell Us What Your Ideal Tag Page Looks Like

We’re currently exploring the functional and visual presentations of tag pages, and our roadmap for what’s to come includes a robust tagging system.  Here are some ideas related to tags that we’ve been thinking about. We’d like to hear what you think of our ideas, and invite you to share your own!

  • More ways to filter deviations, such as by most recent
  • Filtering tag pages to show only specific types of content (Status Updates, Collections...)

  • Tagging Groups

  • Watching Tags, which could send new deviations in your activity feed

  • Favouriting or “saving” tags

  • Trending tags

  • Tagging Forum threads

  • Your friends’ activity on this tag

Daily Tag Challenges

Throughout the next week, try out these daily tags by posting a Status Update using the tag of the day. If you create artwork for one of these days, be sure to tag your deviation with the appropriate tag. To see what others are saying or creating around a daily tag, visit the tag pages.

  • October 7 (Tuesday): #FoundOnNewest: Share an interesting deviation you found in the Newest browse mode.

  • October 8 (Wednesday): #WatercolorWednesday: Share (or create!) a captivating watercolor deviation.

  • October 9 (Thursday): #Haiku: Write a haiku as a Status Update.

  • October 10 (Friday): #FanArtFriday: Share or create fan art of your favourite video games, TV shows, movies, etc.

  • October 11 (Saturday): #15MinuteSketch: Create a sketch in 15 minutes and share your results!

  • October 12 (Sunday): #Undiscovered: Share a status featuring a deviation that deserves attention.

  • October 13 (Monday):  #NoComments: Share a deviation that deserves its very first comment!

  • October 14 (Tuesday): #TraditionalTuesday: Share (or create!) an awesome traditional art deviation!

Lotus Lake by fractist

Starting today, we’re testing a series of new features on the site.  These features are currently available to many of our Beta Testers, as well as small handful of the general deviantART audience. #deviantartupdate 


When art news happens around the world, deviant artists are among the first to respond in the most evocative ways possible. We're proud to unveil the Today page — the new human and dynamically powered newspaper for the community that reflects the stories inside of deviantART as they pertain to art, fandom, pop culture, and world culture.

Designed to showcase a variety of content — including editorial pieces, Journals, contests, and even deviants new to the site, the Today page will reflect the undercurrent of what's happening now — both online and off.

The Today page will improve the accessibility of various areas on deviantART, creating new and easier ways for both our logged-in and logged-out audiences to enter the deviantART experience.

Read more from techgnotic and our Content team: About the Today page

We’d like your feedback: The purpose of the Today page is to inform you what’s happening, today, on deviantART!  We’ll be updating its content daily, and want to know if it’s enhancing your deviantART experience.  If so, how?  Tell us what’s working!  If not, what would you like to see on the Today page?  How can we make it better?


The new navigation will make it easier to jump in and explore the full range of deviantART. Everything related to Your Account will be grouped together on the right side of the page. Undiscovered and What’s Hot will be separated from Browse and Search to highlight and more clearly reflect their functions. The Browse bar will scroll down the page with you.

The more menu, which was previously available next to the deviantART logo on any page, has been cleaned up and moved to a more prominent location. We’ve often received feedback that the previous placement of the menu was too hard to find, and its contents overwhelming. We’ve removed items from this menu that are duplicated in other menus of the navigation, or easily accessible from one of them.

For users who prefer the Stick Menu option, it remains available, but has been relocated to your Settings page.

When viewing deviations on the Browse page, the secondary navigation and left sidebar will travel as you scroll, so that other pages can easily be accessed regardless of where the viewer is on the page. With endless scrolling on Browse pages, having the navigation readily available can be handy if you’re deep into a browse experience.

Daily Deviations, which now have infinite scroll, have been added to this secondary header as well.

Newnav by danlev

Activity Feed (Beta)

As we designed our upcoming Mobile app, we understood we needed something more streamlined and direct to carry the flow of what you want to watch. The Activity Feed aggregates activity from deviants you watch, including Journals, deviations, Collections, Status Updates, Polls, Forum threads and Critiques.

The Activity Feed lets you easily interact and comment on artwork and content shared by your watchers. Keep in mind, we love the robust tools in the Message Center and it's not going away.

If an item is removed from your Message Center, it will also be removed from your Activity Feed. You can customize what appears in your Activity Feed by editing your Manage Friends settings for specific deviants.  (These settings apply to both the Activity Feed and the Message Center.)

Status Updates

The Activity Feed comes with a new way to easily communicate with your watchers: Status Updates! You can use Status Updates to post quick personal updates, share a work in progress or your commission status, share the work of an artist you like, talk about current events, ask your watchers for advice, share what inspires you, or just talk about how you’re feeling.  Whatever you’d like!

Screen Shot 2014-10-01 at 11.47.31 AM by danlev


Tags create landing pages around topics — making it easier to discover related artwork, bringing together artists and art appreciators, and forming communities around common interests. As deviantART grows and creates new ways to discover great content, we believe tags will play an important role in better surfacing artwork.

You now have the ability to tag your deviations and Collections. Tags added to your deviations will be publicly viewable -- this is a change from the previous use of keywords, which were private. Visitors can learn about your work by viewing how you tagged it, and can find more works by you and other deviants based on tags. Tags can also be used in comments, Status Updates, Journals, and Collections.

Important: Keywords added to existing deviations before tags launched will not display publicly unless you approve them using the new Tag Editor, which can also be used to add and edit tags on your existing deviations in bulk. Tagging your deviations and collections will improve their visibility across the deviantART network. Tagging is a crucial part of discoverability and will help your work find the audience that will appreciate it most!

Tag pages display artwork, Journals, Collections, Status Updates, and a stream of activity around a shared theme. You can also find a list of deviants who are frequently using that tag, to connect with other people who share your interests.

Get started now! Read our tagging guide and use the Tag Editor to approve tags on your deviations.

Screen Shot 2014-09-29 at 2.10.20 PM by danlev


You can also now watch Collections made by other deviants. When you watch someone, you’ll automatically be watching all of their Collections -- but you can also choose to enable or disable watching Collections on a deviant-by-deviant basis. Collections are surfaced through the Activity Feed, creating a new way to discover and expose artwork on deviantART.  

Art curators are among the unsung heroes of deviantART, and with these new changes, we’re now surfacing Collections on deviation pages, allowing you to discover curations of artwork that include a specific deviation.

Watchcollection by danlev

Test it out!

We encourage you to test these features over the next week, and let us know your thoughts once you've had a chance to integrate the new experience into your deviantART routine.  We're confident these changes will improve your deviantART experience!

Header artwork: Lotus Lake by fractist 

Scorpion by PitBOTTOM
Mortal Kombat X, the latest in the series of Mortal Kombat games, is set to be released in 2015. Now's a perfect chance to sit back and browse some fan art of your favourite Mortal Kombat characters.



Mortal Kombat Scorpion FanArt by NaeNekoScorpion4uK by AfrocreamScorpion by KEKSE0719
MK9 Scorpion Another costume by HeeWonLee      Mortal Kombat Scorpion by HeeWonLee
Scorpion VS Subzero by HeeWonLee
sssssKorpion by tylerrthemesmer

.Commish::: Scorpion-Lover. by MadiBlitz     .Commish:: Scorpion-Lover. by MadiBlitz

Scorpion Classic by hamexScorpion by PitBOTTOM

Scorpion and Sub-Zero again by jamqdlaty      Scorpion_MK_grayscale by AmosRachman

.A Necessary Step... by MadiBlitz


.MK1 Tribute - Reptile. by MadiBlitz
Reptile Redesign Tribute by bulletproofturtleman     .Reptile. by MadiBlitz
Reptile by flavioluccisano

Sub Zero

Sub-Zero by KEKSE0719
Sub Zero - Second Version by flavioluccisanossssssub-zErO.. by tylerrthemesmer

SubZero by PeterMan2070      Kuai Liang aka Sub-Zero by molee      Sub-Zero by JustMick


Raiden - Lord of Thunder by flavioluccisanoMK Legacy Visions of Futures Past by Esau13
.Commish: Sweet-Emmy. by MadiBlitz

Cyrax and Sektor

Cyrax by flavioluccisanoSEKTOR by PitBOTTOM

Mortal Kombat - Sektor by fear-sAs      .No Mercy. by MadiBlitz

Sektor - Mortal Kombat art by fear-sAsMK/AC Cyrax vs. Sektor by LetticiaMaer


Sindel by ReiaminaSindel by disanttSindel - Queen of Edenia. by flavioluccisano

Mileena & Kitana

Mileena by KEKSE0719

Kitana by KEKSE0719       Mileena by mad-jill

PRINCESS KITANA| Mortal Kombat. Personal version. by flavioluccisano


Jade by lamwin

Jade by abraaolucas


D Vorah by flavioluccisano


Baraka by flavioluccisano      3d Baraka - clay by soulty666

Shao Kahn

Emperor Shao Kahn by flavioluccisano


Ermac by flavioluccisano

Ermac & Rain


Noob Saibot

Noob Saibot by flavioluccisano

.20 000 hits. by MadiBlitz        NOOB SAIBOT MKTrilogy by PitBOTTOM

Noob-smoke by MihaiRadu

Lui Kang

.Liu Kang. by MadiBlitz


.Immolation. by MadiBlitz

.MK Tribute Project: Smoke:. by MadiBlitz     .I still have a soul. by MadiBlitz

.Smoked-Out. by MadiBlitz
Smoke (Mortal Kombat 9) by flavioluccisano

Skin by Dan Leveille

My deviantART Story

Thu Aug 7, 2014, 12:12 AM

LA devMEET - Getty - dA by danlev
It's deviantART's 14th Birthday. Here's my deviantART story. What's yours?

Cosmo by danlev
One of my first deviations. I know it's not much, but I was actually really proud of this photo that I took on a film camera when I was like 13. After taking it, I was inspired to take more photos and experiment more. That's how I started getting into photography.

Hollywood Sign by deviantARTGear
When I first started working at deviantART as a contractor, Heidi, mattdanna, and I travelled around Hollywood to take promo photos of our new Fella mascot. A perfect project for my first time in California! 

deviantART Sandbox 360 View by danlev
DeviantART goes to SXSW in 2011.

LA devMEET - Getty by danlev
A community-organized deviantMEET at the Getty museum in Los Angeles.

The Art of a Fella Toss by danlev
Moonbeam13 throws a Fella plushie into a mob of exciting Anime Expo attendees. Expo security threatened to shut our booth down since we were "causing a fire hazard."

Griffith Park: iPhone Panorama by danlev
In July of 2010 I moved from New Hampshire to to Los Angeles to work at deviantART full time.

BirthdAy Bash Llama by danlev
deviantART's 10th Birthday Party at the House of Blues. We had real life llamas.

Day One: $danlev, Fiona, and $ejsm8 by Shyree
Every year for the past 4 years, we've attended Comic-Con. It's a lot of fun!

Group 2 by makepictures
... but also a lot of work.

DA meet Seattle by llesliedesign
HeidiAyame-Kenoshi, and I travelled to Seattle to hold a deviantMEET. 

Happy Halloween (2012) by Shyree
Halloween at the deviantART HQ is always fun! Release Party by jorobins
The product launch party at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles.

10570284 10100952120260405 3122071008278793147 N by danlev

Last month at Comic-Con, IRL Fella made his first appearance!

Skin by Dan Leveille

Just another day by Tryingtofly
Leon Tukker (@tryingtofly) is a talented 22-year-old concept artist from Utrecht, Netherlands.

Plains of another world by Tryingtofly
Ecological city by TryingtoflyThe Temple District by Tryingtofly
Cyberpunk city speedpaint by Tryingtofly
The Resort Colony pool area by Tryingtofly
The Fallen colloseum by Tryingtofly
Arctic research facility by Tryingtofly
Just another day by Tryingtofly
The desert Structure by Tryingtofly
City Route by Tryingtofly
Streets of Seklla II by Tryingtofly
City in the clouds speedpaint by Tryingtofly
The remote resort by Tryingtofly
Long forgotten by Tryingtofly
Alien Shoppping mall speedpaint by Tryingtofly
Floating cities of Belugan by Tryingtofly
The Poor District by TryingtoflyWaiting for confession by Tryingtofly
Korallian Afternoon by Tryingtofly
Castle blacksmith speedpaint by Tryingtofly
Science fiction city thumbnails by Tryingtofly
Naboo Speedpaint by Tryingtofly
Fishing village speedpaint by Tryingtofly
A cold morning on the high street by Tryingtofly
Factory Bookcover by Tryingtofly
Forgotten Library by Tryingtofly
Blue circle temple by Tryingtofly
Sunken temples by Tryingtofly
The Fallen mothership by Tryingtofly
The headquarters by Tryingtofly
The once great city of Caniton by Tryingtofly
Twin cities by Tryingtofly
The Resort Colony pool area by Tryingtofly
Polygon Metropolis Speedpaint by Tryingtofly
Remote Resort street by Tryingtofly
A good morning in the village by Tryingtofly
Returning home by Tryingtofly
There goes my job by Tryingtofly
Science fiction city by Tryingtofly
Towers in the mist by Tryingtofly
Returning home after so many years by Tryingtofly
The Great discovery by Tryingtofly
Jungle Sketch by Tryingtofly

Here's a video of Tukker's process:

Skin by Dan Leveille

In our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.

deviantART is at Comic-Con!

    DeviantART is at Comic-Con -- right now!  Every year, Comic-Con International: San Diego hosts a huge gallery of artists in what's known as Artists' Alley, and we couldn't be more excited to sponsor the Alley for the fourth year in a row.  Our aim has always been to keep focus on those who not only make the entire convention possible, but provide us with a world of entertainment across all media: the artists.

    At Comic-Con? View our list of panels.

    Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to keep up with all of our Comic-Con happenings!


    BtXcKxLCcAAAplV by danlev
    Legendary Pictures interviews spyed about the history of deviantART, with a special appearance by our very own Fella! 

    Change Log

    • Interstitial ads were unintentionally closing deviations on the homepage. Fixed by ArtBIT
    • Some newly recovered groups had trouble with the comments display on their profile pages. Fixed by outgoingcoyote
    • Writer documents did not display embedded animated gifs from stash when rendered, only in preview mode. Fixed by Alisey
    • DeviantID profile widget had issue with undesired text centering. Fixed by elhsmart


    Conventions & deviantMEETs
    Have you ever attended a convention or deviantMEET? What are some of the events you've attended and which have been your favorite?

    :lightbulb: Have a suggestion, idea, or feedback? Leave a comment here!
    :lightbulb: Check out a list of common suggestions!
    :lightbulb: Want to keep track of known issues? Check out our Status Forum!
    :bug: Find a bug? Report it to the Help Desk(Be as detailed as possible!)

    Screen Shot 2014-07-22 at 12.44.14 PM by danlev

    The super evolutions of Pokemon by Toronto-based designer and animator, Sheharzad Arshad.

    Eevee Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Squirtle Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Gastly Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Bulbasaur Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Spinda Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Pumpkaboo Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Sandshrew Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Charmander Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad
    Beedrill Super Evolve by Sheharzad-Arshad

    Pokemon digivolve by Sheharzad-Arshad

    Skin by Dan Leveille

    Emoji Among Us

    Mon Jul 21, 2014, 6:07 PM

    "Emoji have become an inescapable part of our daily lives. This short film examines the far-reaching impact of these very special characters."

    Skin by Dan Leveille

    Best of: Zelda Majora's Mask Fan Art

    Tue Jun 24, 2014, 11:50 AM

    Majora's Moon by VincentBisschop
    The best of the best: Fan art of Zelda's Majora's Mask.

    Majora's Mask - Wooden Replica by supermaRiio
    Majora's mask quicky by VincentBisschop
    Majora's Moon by VincentBisschop
    Majora's Mask: The Transformation by EternaLegend
    For Sedda - Zelda and Dark Souls EP Cover by mintyfreshmangos

    MM by AMSBT      Mask salesman, Majora's Mask by IsaacJLitman

    Majora Must Die by Ry-Spirit     Link vs. Twinmold by Txikimorin

    Majora's Mask by KurkoBoltsi     Moonfall by Archaois

    Majora's by Gahiko
    Majora's Mask (Fan Poster) by Image-Six
    Skull Kid - Majoras Mask by kit-a-ga-wa
    MM: Fierce Deity VS Majora by KurkoBoltsi
    Majora's Mask - Wooden Replica by supermaRiioMajora's Mask - Wooden Replica by supermaRiio
    Majora's Mask by KirstyCarter

    Majora's Mask by Arabesque91     DoA: Playing With The Moon by Orioto

    The Skull Kid by JohnnyCago
    Majora's Mask: The Clockworks by EternaLegend
    Majoras Mask: The Moon by MaxGrecke
    Full Moon by Sabretoontigers
    Majora's Beast by JohnnyCagoMajora by JohnnyCagoThe clocktown puppeteer by JohnnyCago
    Majora's Mask by CindyAA
    Atop the Tower by fluxmageSkull Kid, Majora's Mask by SpoonfishLee
    Skull Kid by Golden-WhaleA Simple Gift by Turtle-ArtsSkull Kid Majora's Mask by KlausBoss
    Majora by Dareedse
    Majora's Mask Cake by cakecrumbsMajora's Mask (version 1) | DISCONTINUED by MajorasMasks
    Majora's mask by Happy-M-Salesman
    The Darkness of Majora's Mask by studiomukuMajora's Mask Pillow by tavingtonMajora's Mask by Toki-MMMCMajora's Mask by Know-KnameMajora's Mask by EhAlex

        Clocktown by The-Bells-of-Luin

    The Undead King, Igos du Ikana by Golden-Whale
    Majora by RevenantRising

    Zelda - Versus Odolwa by HylianDragonCatty       moonfall by NPC-Dion

    Majora's mask, Astral Tears by Siga4BDN       Operation Moonfall by EternaLegend

    Operation Moonfall by Someth
    Majora's Mask: Terrible Fate by EternaLegend

    Don't tell me... by painted-bees      You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you? by Noctuart

    Happy mask salesman by NatSmall
    MM Anniv. 2 - Happy Salesman by Kishmet
    Happy Mask Salesman by fluxmage
    Majora's Mask -- Happy Mask Salesman by onisuu
    LoZ MM - stone tower climb by Yamoshi

    Skull Kid by TsaoShin      Skull Kid and Majora's Mask by vanduobones

    Skull Kid (Exchange) by Art-Zealot  The Mask [Skull Kid] by LovelyMilk

    Majora's Mask by finni

    Skullkid: Majoras Mask by lazyperson202       Majora's Mask by Cavea

    Majora Mask Shoes by Kiffakitty     Majoras Mask by tinina

    Majora by NitendoFan92
    MM Anniv. 13 - Clocktown Post by KishmetMajora's Mask: Clocktown by EternaLegendMajora's Mask by lychi
    WIP - Tribute to Majora by JoeHoganArt       Majora's Mask by LigerNekoka

    Skin by Dan Leveille

    Toothless nap by CosmicSpectrumm
    Today marks the release date of How To Train Your Dragon 2. The sequel to the 2010 DreamWorks animation received very positive reviews: an 8.8/10 on IMDb and a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. Enjoy some of the deviantART community's tribute to the film.

    Curated by madizzlee, Shyree, and me.

    HTTYD: Daunting Chase by tribute27Big mammy by NalavaraDeadly Nadder vs Yian Kutku by chichapie
    We'll be Free by napallama
    Toothless nap by CosmicSpectrummDragon Fight by Edrice
    HTTYD: Dragon's Dinner Party by TsaoShinwe have...dragons... by lehussHiccup and Toothless by HawkeyeWongAstrid: Not the Face by avatarmiraiAcross the sky by Sabaku-no-hana
    Hiccup and Toothless by ZipporaHiccup Cosplay How to train your dragon 2 by liui-aquino
    HTTYD: Mistletoe by sharkie19How to make a smile by sorata-sNight Fury by DmitrysHTTYD - Toothless 01 by wynahiros
    Toothless httyd by griffsnuff       Toothless by LukeFielding
    HTTYD: The Final Showdown by AdoobibullTwin4HTTYD - Extremely Dangerous by Duiker

    Power and Beauty by Red-IzaK      Toothless and Hiccup by lychi

    Toothless by Ruth-TayNight Fury by moni158
    How To Train Your Dragon by kanapy-artForbidden Friendship by Charlie-BowaterToothless - Freedom by morganagodHow to Train Your Dragon by FlayuHow to train your Dragon by Mar-kaToothless and Hiccup by boo-11
    How to train your Dragon by Culpeo-Fox

    WAZAAAAAAAAA by ZantenHow To Train Your Dragon by sorata-s
    Astrid - How to Train your Dragon by MoshYongHow To Train Your Dragon by pinaliHow to Train Your Dragon! by Life-WriterToothless by purplekecleonhow to train your dragon by mohja
    A Very HTTYD Halloween by TsaoShinHow to train your dragon by ryky
    Stitch and Toothless by TsaoShin HTTYD - Fishing Lessons by AmandaTurnage

    Skin by Dan Leveille

    3D Printing with Bees

    Thu Jun 12, 2014, 11:41 AM

    Dewars-honey-bees-11 by danlev

    How awesome is this? Dewar's (the whiskey brand) created an ad campaign that used bees as a "3D printer" ...or as they called it "3-B printing." They created shells of the sculpture they wanted to create and let 80,000 bees loose inside of it. Over time, the bees created beautiful honeycomb sculptures.


    Nice work Dewar's and the agencies behind the campaign, Sid Lee New York and The Ebeling Group!

    More photos:

    Bottle by danlev

    3-bee-printing-dewars-sid-lee-ebeling-group-ho by danlev

    3-bee-printing-dewars-sid-lee-ebeling-group-ho by danlev

    Dewars-honey-bees-09 by danlev

    3d-printer-made-out-of-bees 700x466 Acdf by danlev

    Dewars-honey-bees-11 by danlev

    (via Reddit)

    Skin by Dan Leveille

    With over 1.5 million comments posted per day, deviantART's commenting system provides the backbone for fostering relationships across the globe. Whether mentoring one another, providing artistic support, or checking in with a friend, commenting is one of the site's most used and loved features.

    To highlight this vital aspect of community interaction and provide more control around conversations, we’re proud to release the first in a series of improvements to comments.


    The Featured comments option allows deviants to showcase the most meaningful or interesting feedback they’ve received — helping those comments stand out from the rest. When someone leaves a feature-worthy reply on one of your deviations, you can now highlight that comment from the pencil menu.

    Featured comments on deviations are highlighted and denoted with a special label.


    Whether it’s a flubbed letter or simple misspelling, embarrassing typos happen to us all. With the ability to edit comments, you can now avoid awkward follow-up explanations. Located in the pencil menu, the “Edit Comment” feature allows you to update a reply you’ve posted in the last 24 hours.

    Edited comments are denoted by an “Edited” label next to the timestamp. Clicking the timestamp will display a log of changes made.


    To withdraw a comment you’ve previously posted, use the pencil menu’s “Hide Comment” option. This will remove your comment from view, remove it from the Message Center, and prevent it from getting replies, effectively erasing the comment from conversation.

    Comments can be hidden by their owner at any time — there is no time restriction on this feature.

    Looking Ahead

    The Featured, Edit, and Hide improvements are the first in a larger comments revamp still to come.  This update could include anything from up-voted comments to comment sorting, and much more. You tell us what you've always wanted out of a comment box! Revitalizing our comments system is the first step of many to elevate conversations and foster meaningful connections.

    Get started!

    Have you received a noteworthy comment on a deviation or Journal? Mark it as Featured and share the comment link here. We want to see the comments you value most, and what you feel is worthy of attention!

    Pixen: Pixel Art Editor For Mac OS X

    Tue May 27, 2014, 1:16 PM

    1 by danlev
    Came across this on Designer News the other day and thought some people might be interested!

    Pixen: a pixel art editor for Mac OS X

    Skin by Dan Leveille