Prints II LaunchPRINTS II LAUNCHPrints II Launch by robert
Just in time for the holidays, we are happy to announce the launch of the first phase of the entirely new prints program. Much more is yet to come! Prints II is hand-crafted by pirates, code monkeys, and magical liopleurodons! We have new tools, new features, new functionality, new products, new prices, and well, a bunch more new stuff.
All users registered on deviantART are now Standard Print Account holders.
All users with a print account purchased before November 21, 2006 are now permanent Premium Print Account holders, and they do not have to pay the annual subscription fee that new premium accounts will require.
The new Standard Print Accounts are NOT the same as the Basic Prints Program, which has been discontinued. All deviations submitted as prints for the Basic Prints Program have been rejected and removed from all shops. You must resubmit.
Check it out here. New b
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
Skin Deep - First EditionWelcome to the first edition of Skin Deep, a feature series that aims to go beyond the Daily Deviations and showcase more fine customization works. ipholio and myself, abhimanyughoshal, have been scouring the Skins & Themes and Icons galleries to bring you some real fancy treats! Check 'em out!Skin Deep - First Edition by abhimanyughoshal
Alysseum Miranda Skin by Febernovo
A little gloss, some wicked colours, and a whole lotta style make this skin a treat to use!
Imagine for Rainlendar v2 by Benijamino
This fabulous Rainlendar theme uses a colour scheme reminescent of heylove's awesome Area04 theme. Put 'em both together for twice the goodness!
Deviant Art for w900 BBT2006 by EnzuDes1gn
If you've got a serious DA fetish, show it off on your phone with this wonderful theme for SE W900s!
MIPOD by Skin-Consortium
The great skinning group's clever take on the ever-popular iPod, for WA5!
Em3lent Styler Toolbar
Getting the most out of your CSS Journals FourWelcome back! If you're wondering what happened the last two weeks, I decided to give the series a two-week break. Mostly to build up the ideas, but also to give your eyes a break. I doubt either worked, but on we shall press! If you want to read the other articles, check out Getting the most out of your CSS Journals! which has the list of the previous week's articles. With that out of the way, on we shall go!Getting the most out of your CSS Journals Four by Grayda
Custom mood images
With dAv5 came a whole heap of new "Mood" icons, little animated dudes that you could set as your journal mood. However these weren't enough for most. If you could do your own custom emotes in journals (ie. using the :thumb: notation), or using :icon: to display 50x50 avatars, why could you not do your own custom mood images? With this simple CSS / HTML hack, you can! This simply involves laying our image over the top of our mood image. Here's the code: