An Artist Feature Worthy Works 4I believe each artist has his/her own way of seeing what is beautiful in art. We are all artist here and I personally believe that we all have the right to be featured. In this News, I featured artworks, majority of which was chosen by the artist themselves. It is artworks which they believed represented them as artists. By doing this I also hope to inspire othersAn Artist Feature Worthy Works 4 by moonlight-fox
Artist Feature 1:http://news.deviantart.com/article/142071/
Artist Feature 2:http://news.deviantart.com/article/144799/
Artist Feature 3(This is 3 I just fail and gave it the wrong title):http://news.deviantart.com/article/147837/
Desert Junkyard by MasterofCeremonies:thumb200159543:Cafe Bizon by AnnaGiladiSplenden by FluffyCougarOutskirts of Viridian Forest + by CatMDWolf of Anarchy by TheSentientAlien Invasion by iancjwspeed paint by elwinneA New Dress by hanakooooAmira by Stormchaser17Only Eyes For You by aidan8500Life into a Rabbit by fractilatedwormholeLily-pad Dreamland by Eclipsing:thumb20526
Featuring artists who deserve more attention...3And here is another feature of artists who deserve more attention and if youFeaturing artists who deserve more attention...3 by tincek-marincek
like their work, then fav their work or even watch them and support them.
They all answered with thumbnails at my forum thread, and some were so
nice and suggested other people work, so I gave them feature.
Unfortunately I couldn't feature them all... If you like this article
and features then please support it by faving it. Or if you would
like a feature, I make "Do you want a feature ?!" journal every month,
so you're always welcome to post thumbs in it. Older news articles with
this kind of features you can see below.
Alexandre Astier by HaddrianOceanic Fairie by simonpark81
Titanic by foxartsbrazil.The Spirit Guide. by Lii-chan:thumb184135774:ARIA by khell-t
:thumb206465818:QPC Chapter 2 Title Page by WakaXOFinesse by mariyaolshevskaSimon Baker by Hortensie-Stone
The flame robin (Petroica phoenicea) is a small passerine bird native to Australia. It is a moderately common resident of the coolest parts of south-eastern Australia, including Tasmania. Like the other two red-breasted Petroica robins—the scarlet robin and the red-capped robin—it is often simply called the robin redbreast. Like many brightly coloured robins of the Petroicidae, it is sexually dimorphic. Measuring 12–14 cm (4.7–5.5 in) long, the flame robin has dark brown eyes and a small thin black bill. The male has a brilliant orange-red chest and throat, and a white patch on the forehead above the bill. Its upper parts are iron-grey with white bars, and its tail black with white tips. The female is a nondescript grey-brown. Its song has been described as the most musical of its genus.
The position of the flame robin and its Australian relatives on the passerine family tree is unclear; the Petroicidae are not closely related to either the European or American robins but appear to be an early offshoot of the Passerida group of songbirds. The flame robin is predominantly insectivorous, pouncing on prey from a perch in a tree, or foraging on the ground. A territorial bird, the flame robin employs song and plumage displays to mark out and defend its territory. Classified by BirdLife International as Near Threatened, the species has suffered a marked decline in the past 25 years.
Taken while camping in the Snowy Mountains.
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