Here is a re-cap of the amazing photomanipulations featured during the month of October.
Features by Aeirmid
Features by Emerald-Depths
Have you found a photomanipulation that you would love to see featured?
Here are the DD suggestion guidelines for your PM CVs:
Photomanip DD GuidelinesI will be featuring Photomanipulation DDs along with Aeirmid, so I will be more than happy to take your suggestions.
For starters, here is some helpful FAQ:
I am only able to feature art from the Digital Art / Photomanipulation gallery and Digital Art Mixed Media (as long as there's a photographic element)
The deviant cannot have more than one Daily Deviation in a 6 month period
Stock should be credited in order for the suggestion to be considered, and the stock must be legitimate (ie Google images is not legitimate)
To make a suggestion, simply send a note titled "DD Suggestion" containing the thumbnail of the artwork you'd like to suggest (the thumbnail code can be found on the right side of the deviation's page, above the stats - just copy/paste). You are welcome to write the reason why you're suggesting it, but it isn't mandatory.
Photomanip DD guidelines - June 2015Hello everyone!
I wanted to refresh my Daily Deviation (DD) guidelines for you in hopes of clearing up some confusion. As always, please feel free to ask me anything you are uncertain about.
I gladly welcome all Daily Deviation (DD) suggestions and am always excited to receive them from you.
DDs are meant to showcase the best deviations that the community has to offer. Anyone, popular or not, can receive a DD if they do exemplary work. That means you! For a better understanding of what they are and their purpose, you can visit :faq61:.
Your suggestion MUST:
Be a photomanipulation. This means it needs to be in the category Digital Art > Photomanipulation. A photomanipulation involves 2 or more photographic images that have been combined to make something new. [That being said, I may feature Mixed Media (Digital Art > Mixed Media) if there is at least 1 photographic element.]
Have stock properly credited.