Hello! and welcome to War-and-Creation! please join us! and contribute to our collection!~
- Anyone interested in the group is welcome to join! Just remember to be kind and polite to other members. and respect the admin!
- Any form/medium of art is acceptable.
- All art must be submitted to the correct folder or it will be removed. You are welcome to re-submit it to the correct folder.
- If there isn't a correct folder for your art, please send a note and wait for her to add one.
- Do not submit anything to the Featured folder. It is for contest winners only.
- submit to the right folder
-deadlines will only be extended once
-if you cant submit then ask to be a judge
any questions send a note!~
The group rules will be edited whenever changes are needed. By joining this group you agree to follow all current and future rules.
contest!!! soooo~~~ if you are interested in entering can you let me know??? id like to do another journal with the contestants where i can feature yer art!~
oh and 24 days left!
hello!!! so here is the stuff for my contest.
starting now it ends on October 22, 2012.
You can submit up to three entries. (1 per category)
You can pick any of the prompts, but you are not limited to them
All entries must be full color.
Leave a ink to your entries in a comment.
There will be 3 winners. (1 per category)
The GUA category will be judged in character by Lapis Lazuli.
No stealing other people's art.
No reusing previous art. (All entries have to be made for this contest.)
[Bullet; Blue] Everyone gets a custom adopt for entering (1 per person)
The winner of each category will receive:
[Bullet; Green] 50 [Points]
[Bullet; Green] a feature in my journal
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Abaddon's Propulsion System (using Sketchfab) Hi peeps, I'm not really the type who submits journals, so this would be a first for me, except that its not really meant to be a journal but its the only way I can "upload" a 3D-viewable file. (lol, what an awkward intro ...)
Yeah, anyways, I'm also doing this to try out dA's new feature which allows us to embed 3D-viewable files by uploading to Sketchfab, and it is awesome!
I did this 3D model with Sketchup, and once tried rendering it in Kerkythea, but my rendered images always take a very long time to generate, and the images all look pixelated at uneven regions, not sure if its because of my lousy graphic card or is it cos my rendering settings are totally off, ... But anyway, rendering with Sketchfab's 3D settings is very fast and smooth, where the changes to my model can be seen immediately after each setting I make, instead of adjusting multiple settings and only being able to see how they all affect my model after waiting almost 1hr, only to fine-tun