Ticked Off with `nokariThe Ticked Off Project is all about Senior Members of the Community, with interviews and features on the illustrious deviants who are adorned with a shiny `, it went awhile for awhile, but now it's back and ready to rock! This is our chance to connect with some of our senior members and give them a chance to show everyone at dA what makes them tick.Ticked Off with `nokari by megturney
This week, I talked to nokari who has been a deviant for 7 years and obtained his super sweet ` on July 25th, 2008. Tristan has his hands in just about everything just check out his gallery if you dont believe me. Hes an absolute master of Photoshop and even gives back by providing numerous helpful tutorials. On top of dominating the digital world, he even has a magazine out! To be shocked and amazed, visit his page!
So, tell us a little bit about yourself.
My name is Tristan. Im 27, I live a stones throw from Union Square in San Francisco, I
dAMonsters Winners!The Witching Hour has come and gone...dAMonsters Winners! by Tachy-on
Hundreds of Humans were infected...
dAMonsters was a game played on the Chat Network in celebration of Halloween. In the end, the players of the game infected over 1600 humans and turned them into Monsters.
The highest scoring Armies in order were:
Zombie Army: 4895
Demon Army: 2103
Vampire Army: 1388
WereWolf Army: 1334
Mummy Army: 1236
There is one winner from each Monster Army, with the grand prize going to the deviant with the most points in the highest scoring Army, and the subsidiary prizes going to the deviants in each of the remaining Armies with the highest scores.
Also, 3 lucky players will win a prize just for playing!
The winner of the Grand Prize is WNPhotography! (who won last year too!)
Congrats, you've won a a Print product of your choice (up to $50) + T
Forum Features #10 - October: HalloweenOnce again, the MN@ team is here featuring the works of dA's beloved forumers!Forum Features #10 - October: Halloween by Xerces
Once per month we'll select one active user in the forums and we'll feature his or her gallery. This is someone we believe represents the forums well with both good forum-abilities and art.
As we're kind and awesome, we also decided to give an opportunity to everybody to get featured! Every month, we'll create a thread in the Deviation Thumbshare Forum with a different theme. This thread will be made into a sticky for easy access. All you have to do is post thumbs from your gallery matching the theme and, at the end of the month, we'll select our favourite thumbs from that thread and feature them in the next news article
The best thing is that the only requirement is that you're an active member of the forums!
Featured Forumer of the Month: 3wyl
selected by Xerces
"I love the stark and terrifying feeli
The Forum Newsletter: Issue 21And now, welcome back toThe Forum Newsletter: Issue 21 by bohobella
The Forum Newsletter
The last month hasn't been too exciting in the forums. A small war broke out in Complaints, but it was over before it truly began. Small civil wars in Deviants have come and go and have been 100% plz-related, once again confirming that if Deviants is scary to you, get out. Take a walk. Don't use the internet.
Let me be the first to admit this month's newsletter was hard to piece together due to the intense traffic one gets with the Deviousness award, so let's all go congratulate 3wyl for being the November Deviousness recipient, since the last thing she needs is more love.
Be sure to check out the entries for the Illustrate a Thread contest and make your predictions as to who will walk away with the fantabulous prizes donated by fourteenthstar
And, on a sad note, see this month's memorial to a
A Blurb About Me |
I joined dA back in January of 2005 and I was instantly addicted. Amazed that I found a place where I could share my hobby while I tried to improve on it. Still working on that part, by the way!
I was shocked when I received senior status at the tail end of July/early August 2006. (I was in shock for so long I don't remember the exact date.) Even more shocked in September of 2008 when they decided to actually let me help out with the forums I've become hopelessly addicted to. 4 years later I'm back to being a senior and trying to get back into being a more active again.