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This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
By moving, adding and personalizing widgets.
You can drag and drop to rearrange.
You can edit widgets to customize them.
The bottom has widgets you can add!
Some widgets you can only access when you get a premium membership.
Some widgets have options that are only available when you get a premium membership.
We've split the page into zones!
Certain widgets can only be added to certain zones.
"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.
Don't forget, restraints can bring out the creativity in you!
Now go forth and astound us all with your devious profiles!
Life or object drawing is one of the major activity for building a strong foundation for a graphic artist, even in times of digital paining. You're not just drawing, you're learning how to render an object, constructing a form, how light effects the object, and more muscle memory connection. Doodling is fun, but for real growth, life drawing is a big one. Happy drawings.
If you're a beginning or intermediate artist, reserve time for your actual work piece. Practice and training is good to build and strengthen your art foundation, but you also need to work on your actual work piece, something that could be part of your portfolio. Give yourself limited time or a deadline to finish your work piece, try hard to finish in time, this helps you to get used to working in a time frame (If you're going pro, you need to do this). Work piece is also great for gauging your progressive skill level and to figure out what you need to improve, be honest with yourself or you'll never get better. Try not to have unfinished work piece laying around, it's a really BAD habit. Happy drawings.