deviantART Remembers Joseph BarberaThis past Monday marked the passing of one of the last true giants in the animation world. To say Joseph Barbera was a legend in his field is simply an understatement.deviantART Remembers Joseph Barbera by lolly
Joseph Barbera was born on March 24 of 1911 and began his career quite earnestly as a delivery boy for a local tailor in Manhattan and later on, during the time of the Great Depression he attempted to become a cartoonist for a now defunct local New York Magazine. Fortunately for the world of animation, he didn't end up getting this job and instead found employment with the Van Buren Studio in 1932 as a writer and animator till the studio closed down in 1936, after which he fou
Customize! The deviantART front page...your way!Customize! The deviantART front page your way!Customize! The deviantART front page...your way! by lolly
Very soon we will be releasing the very cool customize feature for the home page of
New Submission Process...LIVE!New Submission LIVE!New Submission Process...LIVE! by lolly
That right there, is a nice simple screenshot of the nice simple all new simple as pie smooth sweet silky goodness known as the all new revamped submission process that was spoken about here yesterday!
And within minutes, NAY, seconds of its launch, we had the first submission to utilize it from Dubtiger and the first deviant to check out the new resizing feature was Jaszczurka! Enjoy your 3 month subscriptions for making your mark in this bit of DA history!
And now, rather than keep you stuck here reading this news article, I will keep it short and sweet, like the new submission process itself ( sorry I couldn't resist saying it one more time ) and let you guys go out and Submit some art!
Enjoy! And also, a big round of applause to randomduck and mudimba for all their hard work on this! And give yourselves a hand for
Holiday Card Project 2006This year marks the third annual deviantART Holiday Card Project. With the goal of bringing a little cheer to patients in the hospital during the holiday season, the Holiday Card Project connects deviants from all around the world and applies their tremendous artistic abilities in designing and creating get well holiday cards.Holiday Card Project 2006 by Heidi
Last year the Project received a little over 1100 holiday cards sent in by over 600 deviants. Those cards were then divvied up and distributed in person by dA members at the UCI Medical Center in Orange, California. Extra cards were given to various hospitals in the U.S. and Canada for their staff to hand out to patients. Deviant participants sent in cards from many countries including Finland, Australia, Singapore, Israel, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Norway, Portugal, Belgium, Russia, Estonia, Greece, and Canada just to name a few.
The idea behind the Holiday Card Project is to simply try and do someth