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Introducing depthRADIUS

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About depthRADIUS

depthRADIUS is named after the deviantART community that it reflects and represents. Built in service of the largest and most influential community of culture creators and culture responders in the world, this on-line journal explores the depths of the arts world from fine art to the most eminently accessible community arts projects. depthRADIUS endeavors to connect artists and art enthusiasts with other artists and art appreciators from all levels of the arts community, from its most successful stars and innovators to beginners just learning their crafts. The “radius” of this journalistic conversation will extend in its boundaries into arts advocacy, cultural relevancy, education and appreciation.

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“We are all listening to each other.”


You owe reality nothing and the truth about your feelings everything. — Richard Hugo 

983 deviants said True - Please advise.
220 deviants said False - Please advise.



the artist acts like a mediumistic being who, from the labyrinth beyond time and space, seeks his way out to a clearing.

-Marcel Duchamp

Burns Brighter

I want a trouble-maker for a lover,
Blood spiller, blood drinker, a heart of flame,
Who quarrels with the sky and fights with fate,
Who burns like fire on the rushing sea.

From Rumi’s Kolliyaat-e Shams-e Tabrizi


Among those whom I like or admire, I can find no common denominator, but among those whom I love, I can: all of them make me laugh.
--W. H. Auden

Do You Realize? by The Flaming Lips -- Lyrics

Do You Realize - that you have the most beautiful face
Do You Realize - we're floating in space
Do You Realize - that happiness makes you cry
Do You Realize - that everyone you know someday will die

And instead of saying all of your goodbyes - let them know
You realize that life goes fast
It's hard to make the good things last
You realize the sun doesn't go down
It's just an illusion caused by the world spinning round

Do You Realize - that you have the most beautiful face

By The Way...

The best things in life are not things.


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Img-og by techgnotic

The upcoming film Mr. Holmes, based on the novel “A Slight Trick of the Mind” by Mitch Cullin, is about a 93 year old Sherlock Holmes who is in the process of writing his story and piecing together events from a 30 year old case that he feels is unfinished.  In the midst of these endeavors Holmes is also trying to solve the mysteries of humanity and his own mortality.  But Sherlock Holmes cannot die, right?

The case made me see that human nature was a mystery that logic alone could not illuminate.”

— Ian McKellan as Sherlock Holmes, Mr. Holmes

There are a plethora of pastiches, short stories and novels based on Sherlock Holmes that are outside of Canon, but only a handful really take place during his ‘retirement’.  Even Doyle only wrote one story about Holmes after he retired to the Sussex Downs.  It appears even the author could not write about his own character withering with age.

For many Sherlock Holmes has become a kind literary messiah: he founded a following of believers, people live by his wisdom, he was resurrected from the grave, he is immortal.  Holmes is an idol humanity has placed upon a pedestal; untouchable, unfailing, virtually undefeatable.  What would it mean for us to discover that in the end he grew old, he began to fail and he died?  How would that shake our faith?

“Mr. Holmes” and the novel it is based upon seem to want to answer these questions.  Tackling the taboo subject, they unflinchingly show us a Holmes in decline.  We see a deep weariness in those watery blue eyes.  A fear of all that is slipping away.  A mind palace decaying and turning to rubble.  We see that in the end we will all succumb to our inevitable fate.

Of all ruins, that of a noble mind is the most deplorable.”

— John Watson, The Case of the Dying Detective

The themes of mortality run throughout the novel and from the trailer it appears will run throughout the film as well.

There are images which could be clues to the mystery of life themselves:  Insects frozen in agar, speeding trains and horse drawn carriages, murky glass, disappearing images, and most poignant of all - an old man and young boy climbing a hill together.  Time frozen to be inspected later, time speeding up and hurtling forward by faster means, things that were clear becoming foggy, memories forgotten and that moment where we will walk along with the child inside all of us that has given way to the grown-up we have become.

Humanity fears the march of time.  We come up with adages and slogans to make us feel like it is not happening, we create stories about people and places that never give in to the ravages of age.  For those who follow the Great Detective, he is a constant in those rooms at 221b Baker Street.  We open the pages of Doyle’s stories and there he is, the same as he has always been, ready to take up the next case in an unending cycle of deduction.  The thought of him quietly retiring to tend to his bees is almost comforting, for if we cannot find him at Baker Street then we imagine him sitting upon those hills watching the bees.  Either way we imagine him in his prime.  Which makes the images from the film so much more disturbing.

Alone I did it. Behold the fruit of pensive nights and laborious days when I watched the little working gangs as once I watched the criminal world of London.”

—   Sherlock Holmes, His Last Bow

Those watery blue eyes looking a little lost, the aging face, stooped body, shambling steps, this is not the Holmes we know, but it is the one we all will face.  Time stops for no one and Holmes is no exception.

I shouldn’t leave this life without a sense of completion.” Ian McKellan as Sherlock Holmes.”

— Mr. Holmes

Your Thoughts

  1. Have you watched the trailers?  Which moment stands out to you the most?
  2. What do you think Sir Ian McKellan will bring to the role that no one has before?
  3. What do you think is the real legacy of Sherlock Holmes?

Mr. Holmes or On the Struggles of Human Mortality
The upcoming film Mr. Holmes, based on the novel “A Slight Trick of the Mind” by Mitch Cullin, is about a 93 year old Sherlock Holmes who is in the process of writing his story and piecing together events from a 30 year old case that he feels is unfinished.  In the midst of these endeavors Holmes is also trying to solve the mysteries of humanity and his own mortality.  But Sherlock Holmes cannot die, right?

Author: IreneAdler76
Curator: ellenherbert, IreneAdler76
Designer: seoul-child

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Untitled-1 by techgnotic

HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY by waywardgal

Memorial Day

Monday, May 25th is Memorial Day in the US and as such, the DeviantArt team will be enjoying a three-day weekend. While we won't be posting headlines on Monday, we will be back to our regularly scheduled programming on Tuesday. Have an excellent weekend!

What Not to Ask a Transgender Peson

BBC's Free Speech gathered together a group of people from the transgender community and asked them to answer all the stupid questions they hear on a daily basis.

arches by lack-of-sanity

Creative Tourism

This journal by Beltaneh, explores the profession of Creative Tourism which offers travelers the opportunity to develop their creative potential by participating in courses or experiences relative to the place they are staying.

The crow by crow-god

Crow Remake to Cast Female Supervillian

Filmmaker's behind the remake of James O'Barr's comic book character The Crow have reported that they will be casting a female as the supervillian, Top Dollar and Andrea Riseborough (Birdman) is currently in talks with the studio to play the role. This radical move could be what the reboot needs in order to liven up the story of Eric Draven, who comes back from the dead to avenge the murder of his girlfriend. What are your thoughts on this decision?

This is Our Friday Jam

This amazing mashup of Michael Jackson's, Don't Stop Till You Get Enough and Bollywood Hit, Chaiyya Chaiyya is exactly what we need to groove through Friday. What song helps to motivate you? Let us know in the comments below.

Game Of Thrones, The Coldplay Musical

America has decided to embrace Britain's Red Nose Day and of course they went big... The British band Coldplay puts together a musical version of Game Of Thrones with the help of the cast.

Good old friend: Ian Mckellen and Patrick Stewart by Thubakabra

Community Love

Do you have friends in the DeviantArt community that make your day brighter? If so, you may want to celebrate them in the newest project sweeping through the community, Spread the Love. We tag YOU to share your love for your DeviantArt friends and should you decide to participate, please use the tag #communitylove so we can find your awesome journals.

Celles et Ceux des Cimes et Cieux

A beautiful animation produced by deviant Goo00 and this isn't her first either. The short film is filled with nods and tributes to Hayao Miyazaki, Syd Mead and the late Jean Giraud (Moebius).

LayraIII by Veistim

Fabulous Felines

ElyneNoir has curated this lovely feature of cats and it's purrfect.



A Portrait of Freddie Gray by Elsma

Grand Jury Indicts Baltimore Police

The six police officers responsible for the death of Freddie Gray were all indicted by the grand jury in Baltimore on Thursday. All of the officers have been charged with reckless endangerment, along with second-degree murder and assault. Gray died one week after his arrest where his neck was broken. We can only hope that between this and President Obama banning military assault weapons from being used by the police, we will see a change in American law enforcement tactics.

New Opal Necklaces :) by ArchandSoul

Fairy Lights and Other Magic

ArchandSoul puts magic in a bottle and the results are beautiful. Check out her gallery and learn more about how the magic happens here.

Supernatural Swift

The Hindi sisters, Hilly and Hanna, are well known for their parody epics but we just had to share their mash-up of Talor Swift and Supernatural. If you're a fan of the show you will appreciate the guest stars who make appearances in the video.

Edward Snowden by bauderart

Apple And Google Attend Spy Summit

In a piece published this morning by The Intercept Ryan Gallaher revealed that Apple and Google met with current and prior spy chiefs from around the world to discuss surveillence. Based on one report it seems that Edward Snowden truly had a profound affect on the spying community in attendance who admitted they will have to be more transparent with their communities or at least translucent. If you haven't already bookmarked The Intercept we heartly recommend it for some of the best journalism online today.

Monster by noistromo

In the Forums

Over in the DrawPLZ forum, Ex-zile has issued a challenge to draw monsters! Head on over and create something monsterific.

Arya Stark by Nordheimer

Happy Birthday

Join us in wishing Nordheimer a very special day!

Today's Headlines From The News Desk 5-22-15
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 5–22–2015

Authors: Moonbeam13DeevElliott 

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Untitled-1 by techgnotic

Writing Tips

If you enjoy the otherworldly, JosephBlakeParker has provided these tips for writing in the supernatural genre.

Koala by Lolly1123

Australia Pimps Its Koalas

Australia has just loaned four koalas to Singapore zoo. The four Koalas named Paddle, Chan, Pellita and Idalia are vacationing for six months as part of Singapore's 50th anniversary of independence.

Lee Kuan Yew 3 by Timothy-Sim

Inside Photojournalism

Timothy-Sim is a pictures editor at the Reuters Global Picture Desk in Singapore and In this journal, he shares his experiences in this field.

The Colonel is Back

Seemingly taking a cue from McDonalds recent ressurection of The Hamburglar, Kentucky Fried Chicken has announced that it will be re-employing the iconic Colonel Sanders in it's attempt to refresh the fast-food chain. What do you think about these recent efforts by the chains? Hit or miss?

Interstellar Dog Fight by johnsonting

Get to Know a Deviant

Johnson Ting aka johnsonting, is a professional video game artist who has worked with companies like Activision, Infinity Ward, Black Tusk and Square Enix. His gallery is filled with amazing concept art and we've chosen to feature Interstellar Dog Fight because it puts you directly in the cockpit of the ship. Be sure to view it in full-resolution so you can appreciate the insane amount of detailing involved.

Nickelback by NickyToons

Nickelback Wanted by Police

The Queensland Police Department shared a wanted poster which claimed that the, often ridiculed band Nickelback, was wanted for Crimes Against Music and stated that listening to their music could be "hazardous to your hearing and street cred". We believe the kids refer to this as - shots fired.

Black Black Heart by yuumei

Big Oil Giveaway

An eight mile long oil slick formed off the coast of southern California in the US, after an onshore pipeline, owned by Plains All American Pipeline, ruptured. Early estimates are that 21 thousand gallons of oil leaked before it was shut off, but we all remember Shell giving early estimates on the Gulf spill that proved to be just a fraction of what was leaked. The major concern is for the wildlife, especially sea lions, that frequent the area this time of year.

dolphin by LiquidSnake81

A Leap in the Right Direction

Japan's aquariums promised Wednesday to stop acquiring dolphins captured during the Taiji hunt. The bloody hunt, which was depicted in the Oscar-winning documentary The Cove, happens annually and allows hunters licenses to kill up to 2,000 dolphins. It is speculated that this move could be integral in ending the dolphin hunts as the price for the meat doesn't provide enough monentary incentive but selling dolphins to aquariums and marine shows has been very lucrative.

Anatomy by ReneCampbellArt

The Art of Life

In this journal, @ sinistrosephosphate, introduces us to the art of biomedical communications, or medical illustrations. It's a fascinating look into this, often overlooked, artistic field.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series - Biot Drone by joeymasonart

USA, Space Spy

So one minute the US government is saying we are out of the Space Race and then the next minute they're flying secret space missions in their new secret X-37B space drone. Is this a new partnership between the US government and US corporations? Spying on the rest of the world on behalf of those that get them elected? Surely not.

Lady Gaga by LianneC


Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar collaborated on an album in 2012 but no tracks were ever released. Now someone has released some of it to the internet. Should you be at all curious, here is the link.

workshop by conronca

Six Word Story Workshop: Titles

Every two weeks, the group at SixWordStories hosts a new workshop and this latest one focuses on titiles. Take a look and learn more about this interested literary format.

Water by Fabryart93

"Drought Shaming" Is  A Thing

With many on America's west coast panicking that their gardens won't be lush and green all summer, someone has released an app to make it easier to 'Drought Shame' your neighbors and even celebrities who aren't doing their part to preserve the ever dwindling water supply to the great state of California. Kim Kardasian, Jennifer Lopez and Barbara Streisland have all been outed as water wasters. While there is no evidence that watering gardens has any effect in the grand scheme of things, people are trying to do what they can to preserve whatever water they can. Fracking and water bottling still continues.

Gay Cats by Nanaki-de-Leon

Ireland's same-sex marriage referendum

This Friday, Ireland is having a national referendum to decide if the rights of gay couples to marry should be made part of the national constitution. Early signs seem to favor the country adopting this policy. Ireland is the first country to put it to a national vote. While the country has been seen as very conservative, homosexuality was only decrimilinalized in 1993, the current government seems intent on bravely tackling some thorny issues to lead it away from its conversative past.

Food by imaginee

In the Forums

Lady-Blue wants to know what kinds of food or candy you love that you can't get in your country. Share your illicit food love in this forum

Thorns by DestinyBlue

Happy Birthday

Today we wish a special day to DestinyBlue, a professional artist out of the UK, who has been a member of DeviantArt for 11 years! Be sure to check out her gallery and if you're feeling like getting your markers out, she has a special folder of lineart she offers up for you to color.

Today's Headlines From The News Desk 5-21-15
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 5–21–2015

Authors: Moonbeam13DeevElliott 

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Untitled-1 by techgnotic

My Magical Adventure Kickstarter by sharkie19

My Magical Adventure

sharkie19 has been working on a personal project to create a printed children’s book, whose lead character can be customized to look like any child, including all ethnicities and special needs. Learn more about this wonderful project here.

My Fair Audrey by daekazu

My Fair Lady, The Composer's Cut

60 years ago, when Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner wrote My Fair Lady, they cut seven songs (and a ballet scene) from the stage musical. Now those songs have been found and will be performed, alas too late for Audrey Hepburn to do them. The songs were discovered in a US Library of Congress archive by the University of Sheffield's Dr Dominic McHugh and were performed last night during a special concert in Sheffield, England.

Dream of you by diensilver

Awesome Photography

dragonfly-oli has curated a collection of breath-taking photographs worthy of your attention.

Bad Blood

We're not sure exactly who Taylor Swift is trying to channel with her latest video, Bad Blood. Seems to be equal parts Britney Spears Toxic video and Zach Snyder's Suckerpunch film. There's also a dash of The Matrix, a smidgeon of Mad Max, and a whacking great dollop of Ghost In The Shell. We're sharing this because we understand many of you like such things...

Fresh fruit as desired by KlaraDrielle

Tuesday Treats

Every Tuesday, the team at dAWishingWell posts a feature called Tuesday Treats which is a collaborative curation with you, the community. Suggest any deviation featuring fruits in the comments of this journal and you could be part of next weeks feature.

Chris Pratt Runs For US President

Okay, that's an outright lie, but he would win, right? In a recent interview in GQ he talks about life before he was famous and hopes that all the actors who tried hitting on his wife, Anna Farris, in front of him, try auditioning for any of the Guardians Of The Galaxy sequels. But GotG has to wait, right now he's out promoting Jurassic World and he offers some useful tips on how to warm up before a major action sequence.

Cubone by katagro

Buried Treasure: Charity Collaboration

Since the earthquakes in Nepal, deviants across the community have been finding ways to raise money for support and TommyGK is among them. Your task is to participate by submitting a pirate-themed Pokemon character and for every character created, TommyGK will add $0.25 to the pool. Read the full details and submission rules here.

Patriot Act by Attani

We Are Listening

Anti-NSA pranksters have been planting tape recorders in public places and restaurants all around New York City. They later went back and retrieved them, embedding the resulting conversations on their website, The prank has been timed appropriately as many in congress are trying to reauthorize the inappropriately named Patroit Act. If you're interested in joining a protest against the renewal there are 50 emrgency protests going on today and tomorrow. Details here.

The Last Galaxy Lion by RhiannonWoolf

Be Inspired, Be Happy

This journal by RhiannonWoolf offers up some sage advice about achieving happiness.

And The Short Film Of The Week Goes To...

Rotor by Maarten Groen. When a night shift security guard goes to investigate a mysterious intruder, things suddenly go all Timey Wimey Wibbly Wobbly...

Sonic on Supermarket Sweep by DJgames

Your 'Other' Second Job

Politico just ran a piece pointing out how technology is constantly hammering away and the lower rungs of the employment ladder. The best example is one we're all getting to know first hand. The check out line at pharmacy or supermarket. Notice how we can check ourselves out now without needing to talk to a human being? How many jobs have been lost there? Think about it next time you use an ATM or check in for a flight online. The more we do that the more jobs are lost and prices don't go down.

The Night Cafe

Mac Cauley takes us on an Orulus Rift journey through the world of Vincent van Gogh. Walk around a 3D world of van Gogh's paintings.

Goodbye David Letterman

David Letterman joins the very small ranks of American talk show hosts that can say their influence affected a nation. Today is David's last Late Show before he hands off to Stephen Colbert. While Jay Leno managed to take over the Tonight show from Johnny Carson, the man who Carson wanted to take over forged his own territory and became his own man. Enjoy his very first show that guest starred Bill Murray.

Oh Madonna, You Are Awful But We Like You

Madonna trying her best today to start an international incident by posting a picture of a gay couple to her instagram account. What is so inciting? The young couple consists of an Orthodox Jewish man about to kiss his Muslim partner. Or maybe it's just two men Madonna asked to Strike A Pose?

Ghost Pirate by Sodano

In the Forums

Have you ever wanted to be a pirate? If your dream is to channel your inner Captain Cook, the first thing you need is a pirate name and if you leave a comment in this forum, LizzyChrome will give you yours. Arrr, matey!

Euphoria Morning by mutequacky

Happy Birthday

mutequacky is a fractal wizard out of the U.S and today is his birthday! Head on over, wish him a super day, and check out his fantastic gallery

Today's Headlines From The News Desk 5-20-15
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 5–20–2015

Authors: Moonbeam13DeevElliott 

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Collection: Celestial Illusions

Wed May 20, 2015, 12:52 PM
Img-00 by techgnotic

Back when it was common knowledge that the sun and all the planets revolved around our Earth, the phenomena of solar and lunar eclipses were mysterious and terrifying occurrences. Were the gods unhappy with us? Were these heavenly messages indicating the End of Days had arrived? Emperors and kings often felt a familial connection with the Sun, and so feared its temporary withdrawal from the sky to be a warning of its unhappiness with royal actions. Desperate penance often followed.

Galileo finally corrected our planetary map to reveal eclipses to simply be shadows. We now study eclipses for scientific insights – like proving Einstein’s “general theory of relativity” to be correct (wherein gravity is described as the warping of space-time). But we can also enjoy the beauty of these rare wonders. As this deviants’ gallery shows, the eclipse is forever many an artist’s inspirational source for the many mysteries of our universe still waiting to be reliably explained.

If your ego starts out, ‘I am important, I am big, I am special,’ you're in for some disappointments when you look around at what we’ve discovered about the universe. No, you’re not big. No, you’re not. You’re small in time and in space. And you have this frail vessel called the human body that’s limited on Earth.”

— Neil degrasse Tyson

It vexes me when they would constrain science by the authority of the Scriptures, and yet do not consider themselves bound to answer reason and experiment.”

— Galileo Galilei

There is no science in this world like physics. Nothing comes close to the precision with which physics enables you to understand the world around you. It’s the laws of physics that allow us to say exactly what time the sun is going to rise. What time the eclipse is going to begin. What time the eclipse is going to end.”

— Neil degrasse Tyson

Who are we? We find that we live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star lost in a galaxy tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people.”

— Carl Sagan

Collection: Celestial Illusions
Back when it was common knowledge that the sun and all the planets revolved around our Earth, the phenomena of solar and lunar eclipses were mysterious and terrifying occurrences.

Author: RWSlavin
Curator: ellenherbert
Designer: seoul-child

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Art is long, life is short, judgement difficult, opportunity transient. --Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Current Residence: A Peaceful State
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Favourite genre of music: Rock. Jazz(Hard Bop). Blues. 80's Metal. Tribal(Aboriginal thru Electronic). Classical.Troubado
Favourite photographer: Sebastio Salgado. Richard Mapplethorpe. Walker Evans. Weegee.
Favourite style of art: Post-impressionist. Abstract-expressionist. The New Digital Vanguard. Contemporary fantasy.
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Samericjt Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  New member
Technologic,you are using our profile logo.That is a copyright of samericjt corporation.You're using our property without permission. Please remove our samericjt logo content on your profile.
Samericjt Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  New member
But you can't set your profile photo as our logo.
Samericjt Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  New member
Do you like our logo profile?
Samericjt Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  New member
Hello technotic,we are samericjt corp
rich35211 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 13, 2015  Professional Filmographer
thank you for the feature of my art in your 2 articles :)
ochako Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015  Student
hello sir founder.
i cant still understand why deviantart looks really dumb when searching an image with the keywords of the cartoon/film/anime itself.
for example i search vocaloid or naruto.
im wishing to see adorable arts witu both hogh quality and quantity.
but what i got is only scraps, doodle.. photo taken with low quality...etc. Even when i select the Popular button..
help. thank you
OmarFeliciano Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2015  Professional Interface Designer
Hey, I wanted to thank you for the feature of my profile and designs on your post. It has really brought some traffic to my profile, and some new followers. Thank you so much, I'm extremely grateful. Keep up the great work!
SugarPrincessAryanna Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2015  Professional General Artist
I have a problem with my DeviantART Muro.... Is it ok if I tell you the problem?
Goldenlillyjin Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2015  New member Student Artist
Lol! why there are no comments?
matsumayu Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015
Thank you for the watch!
I'm trying to come back now so please enjoy Neko Emoji-27 (Being kawaii) [V2] 
And again, thanks for the premium Shy 
OCwawaCFiDel Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2015  New member
You post a lot
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You have my eternal friendship
Azleah44 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Holy Crap!

Thanks for the watch!

It means so much to me…….

I ask this of every new watcher, but if you have the time please check this poll out:…
Your opinion is very important because it helps me get new art made!

Kayti-the-Mangaka Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry to bother, but I have a simple question. Well, a couple:
What is Fanart Friday? How does it work?
Reeeaaally interested in the Naruto one, btw.
Naruto was and still is my inspiration. (>^ω^<)
Thank you!
AlexandraGuizado Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
you're absolutely right, art IS eternal :D (Big Grin) !!!!!!! 
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