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Stock MentorshipStock Mentorship by WDWParksGal
:iconseniormentors: seniormentors :iconseniormentors:
WDWParksGal is my name and stock is my game! I have stock on this site, as well as at WDWParksGal-Stock and TheStockWarehouse. I am either a Founder or Co-Founder at the following stock groups:
Fantasy-Stock-Group Stock-For-Premades Joint-Stock WingIt-Stock
Groups that have a stock folder:
Mindspan Holidays DevNews
My stocks are varied: Premade Backgrounds, Tubes and Cut-Outs, Landscapes, Skies, Clouds, Theme Parks, Fairs, Animals, Holidays, Objects and Textures, as well as creating wallpapers that can be used as a stock background, character references, digital scrapbook pages, gradients, banners, group and deviant avatars, tutorials and CSS backgrounds. I've provided stock for the community to use (unrestricted) for many years now. I would be happy to help anyone who would like to get started providing stock either on his/her
GrimFace242 MV for LiteratureOkay, so the Grim one has taken on another project. I know, I know. It's awesome! I've decided to join up at seniormentors as a Mentor with a focus on Literature. What I excel at is planning and plotting. So that's what I'm offering as a service. If you're a deviant that is looking for assistance in plotting out their short story or novel. You know, someone to shoot ideas off, a double check on character motivation, is there enough story in your story, will your subplot overtake your main plot. That kinda stuff. Not beta reading/proofreading; to be clear. Just to give forewarning, I'm a serial plotter but I'm quite willing to tone it down to help others out.GrimFace242 MV for Literature by GrimFace242
If you would like to engage in a mentor session with me I can be reached in one of three ways
1. Submit a deviation to seniormentors
Astrikos-MV of Photography + Traditional ArtAstrikos-MV of Photography + Traditional Art by Astrikos
Hi! I'm Ali, and I've been on dA (actively) for about 3 and a half years (5 total).
I love dA, so I'm involved in a lot of projects, including being a Mentor Volunteer for seniormentors! You can find me running around in other groups like projecteducate, Through-a-Lens, ProjectComment, dAseniors, and CRCommunityProjects.
This community is a pretty great place!
Anyways, I am currently a MV of General Photography & Traditional Art.
Photography is a wonderful medium, and I love it. I've been shooting since I was 14. I got a DSLR (a Canon T3i) for my 8th grade graduation.
I enjoy shooting all kinds of subjects, but focus mainly on APN, still life, and occasional landscape if I go somewhere interesting. JenFruzz is the official APN MV, so be sure to talk to her!
I would love to help you out with all your general photography questions!
I love looking around for more info
JenFruzz: MV of APN and Still Life PhotosHey, everyone!JenFruzz: MV of APN and Still Life Photos by JenFruzz
This blog is intended to introduce myself as a Mentor Volunteer for seniormentors and let you know how I can be of service! Here's what is most important about me:
My name is Jen (if you couldn't tell from my username ). I recently turned 26, am from Boston, and have been on deviantART for ten years. By day I work as a geologist for an engineering firm, but for fun I'm a hobbyist photographer who enjoys shooting nature, still lifes, and macros. I'm pretty active around dA. I founded the group WOW-Macros and act as a group admin for iPhotograph and, most recently, CRPhotography! I am also involved in several community-related groups aside from seniormentors, including projecteducate, DevNews, and most recently, fella. I like to stay busy and love being a part of this community.
I also enjoy lending a helping hand to fellow photographers in the community, which is why I signed up to be a Mentor Volunteer for the below
The Elements of Roleplaying: A Reference GuideSo you've decided to delve into the world of roleplaying, but you have no idea where to start.The Elements of Roleplaying: A Reference Guide by catluvr2
Congratulations, this article is for you.
Step 1: Decide on what sort of roleplayer you want to be.
Tabletop roleplaying can be quite different than chat roleplaying, so I'm going to focus on chat roleplay for now. (This also works for roleplaying on Tumblr, so keep that in mind.)
Step 2: Know your partner(s).
If you're the sort of person who likes to take control of a situation, let your partners know this. There's nothing worse than having a complex storyline set up in your head, only to have a partner ruin it by going off in a completely different direction. Trust me, I've had it happen to me before, and it wasn't pretty at all.
Step 3: Decide on your universe/fandom.
There are times when crossovers happen, but to start off with, it's probably best to stick within your canon 'verse. After all, it's hard to explain why a character does what they do when they aren't "at home
The Art of CritiquingThe Art of CritiquingThe Art of Critiquing by JenFruzz
You are probably (hopefully!) already aware that deviantART allows users to comment on each other's deviations. What you may or may not have noticed is that dA also has a handy feature called Critiques. Critiques are a Premium Member feature that allows users to leave in-depth observations of your work in addition to a ratings system. A critique allows the artist to receive specific comments about their work.
Before we begin, let’s take a look at what deviantART designed the critique system to be:
“Critique is designed to be a thorough evaluation of a Deviation on a number of different qualities. It is intentionally designed to inspire thoughtful and constructive feedback from committed Artists and Enthusiasts to fellow Artists requesting meaningful responses to their artwork.” ( :faq95: )
Generally speaking, a critique is not in
Art Criticism: The Real DealHow many of you think of art criticism in a more or less negative way?Art Criticism: The Real Deal by Katmomma
I read an incredible book by Terry Barrett called "Criticizing Art" for My Visual Cultures & Critical Practice class in my senior year of college. This author and the class has enlightened my view of what art criticism is and the components of it. And I'm posting this here on dA to share it with you.
This community is part of the bigger Art World, believe it or not. And every person who posts a comment on an artwork is practicing a form of art criticism. You don't have to be some snobby Art Historian from New York to be an Art Critic. Critics come from many different backgrounds- poets, musicians, historians, artists and everyday people- using what they write about to add to communicate what is "likeable" to the community. Critics are what drive the popularity of artwork- which essentially drives the interest in the communities they work in as a whole.
So here are some REAL Art Wor
|We're looking for general tutorials to include in this folder. Things that all artists may benefit from knowing. If you know of a tutorial or guide that meets that specification, please submit to our Featured Collection folder for Gallery consideration.|
|Thank you to all who got involved with our Critique Event! We will have another one posted when a `Mentor becomes available. Until then, happy mentoring!|