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I am Cooley – freelance fantasy illustrator and outdoor enthusiast.
I work full time (project management) and only do art for fun, which means my schedule is all over the place. However, I always appreciate feedback and will respond to comments, as well as make an effort to view others' art and leave comments.
Anthro Challenge #119 - In The KitchenWelcome to the 119th installment of Anthro Challenge!KovoWolf
If you have any suggestions for themes, please feel free to comment on the front of our group or send us a note! We are welcome to new ideas from the Community! What themes do you find more challenging vs others?
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Contest Deadline: May 4th - May 31st
What Your Challenge Is
This month's theme is In The Kitchen! What's in the kitchen? You can depict your favorite anthro character enjoying cooking a meal, preparing a giant cake, or it could be something in the kitchen that's anthro related! For example: The happy little toaster! Let your imagine ( and stomachs ) run wild with this one!
Your Art Piece Must Have...
You MUST have "Anthro Challenge" somewhere in your TITLE to count! (( You can abbreviate it by saying "A
Creative Contracts for DummiesArt in the Professions Weektiganusi
I'm not a lawyer. This isn't legal advice. My professional insurance does not cover this article. Also:
"The article does not constitute an attorney-client relationship, attorney-client privilege, or legal or practical advice of any sort. [Dongs.]" - haldron
If you're looking at a contract that's terrifying you or involves a ludicrous amount of money or whatever, please consult a local lawyer in your jurisdiction who can help you more directly. This is an article intended to gloss over standard creative contracts from the perspective of a contractor/employee and an employer, and to try and make you realize why you should probably use one - plus a few tips I've learned over the years on both sides of these contracts. Now buckle up and enjoy the read.
Contracts. Some people love them (and rightfully so); some people fear them; some people genuinely don't know wha
Stock Rules,Commissions,Print Use.12/03/15Null-Entity
Updated some section titles and the wording of the Commission section to make it as clear as possible.. no actual changes to restrictions/definitions/price.
1.Credit and notification
You are required to credit me if you have used my stock.
I like to see the work produced,
USE THE FOLLOWING :
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:iconNull-Entity : :iconNull-Entity:
In addition you can notify me or link to the exact stock used but it is not required.
If you are posting your work on other sites (FB/Tumblr) etc then I still require a link to the piece and credit on the piece/in it's description.
AND if the stock work is a COLLABORATION.... THEN NOTIFY THE OTHER STOCK ARTIST(S).
Project Educate: Haiku, Senryu, Tanka, and RengaAs part of Poetry Forms week at projecteducate, we wanted to go into a bit of detail regarding some of the more well-known Eastern forms of writing. The same way there are many forms of Western poetry, there are many forms of Eastern poetry, and ultimately this article will barely begin to scrape the surface of even the forms that it actually touches on, but within this article, there are links to resources that delve further into the subject matter, and all are worth reading if the subject interests you.wreckling
Haiku & Senryu
Haiku, in the classical Japanese sense, is a small poem comprised of 17 characters known as on (sometimes onji). These characters each represent one unit of sound, and each unit of sound has its own meaning which then contributes to the overall haiku. The 17 on are split into phrases of 5, 7, and 5, which is where the most commonly know
What we areAnthro Artistlost-angle
Anthro artists are anyone who draws anthropomorphic art. Anthro is defined as something that is essentially non-human (including inanimate objects) that has been given human characteristics, such as having an almost-human bone structure.
Furries are people who have an affinity toward the anthro style of art. Furries usually identify themselves with a fursona an anthro version of themselves. They are a fandom (like anime fans are otaku). There are many levels of the furry fandom: It extends from simply being an artist, to wearing fur-suits, and attending fur-cons. However, this is not limited to furries, it extends to scalies and avians - people who identify themselves with a winged or scaly anthro characters. It should also be noted that while the above is correct, Furry, Avian, and Scaly are just fandoms. A lot of people in the anthro community, while falling un