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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
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(Because I figured I'd only annoy you guys if I thanked you every single time you do) Thank you for faving/adding me to your watch-list/giving llamas, it's appreciated very much
I'm trying to orientate myself as a hobbyist artist. Most of my stuff is comic-related though. I hide most of my sketches, so if you want to see all of my submissions, click "Show All" on the top left in my gallery.
About my Favourites Folders
My favourites folders are sorted for people who want to find new art/ists by browsing others' favourites - have fun discovering!
Hussah! How are you guys doing? Here are another two beautiful short films I like, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do
Out of Bounds (Viktoria Piechowitz, Andreea Jebelean, Adrian Walt, Stephen C. Brossman, Laika A. Laursen, Natalia Marcos, Ida Mårtenson, Martin Zauner, Kirsten Bay Nielsen, Oldrich Holy, and Signe T. Schmidt/The Animation Workshop)
Awesome piece of 3D animation with an intrigueing character and visual concept
The Old Man and the Sea (Aleksandr Petrov)
Another animation that won an Oscar - this time it's a paint-on-glass-animated interpretation of Hemingway's famous short novel of the same name. It's a little longer but it's quite an experience, every frame is painted amazingly detailedly, it's like watching an oil painting come to life. Fantastic piece of work, made with an incredible amount of sweat, blood and love, I assume.