|A Bumblebee On Some Hawthorn Flowers by © Andrew Hunter aka fineartbyandrewdavid|
I am a self taught photographer/artist now living with Fibromyalgia,anxiety and depression,having been creating art for nearly 40 years,along with being a photographer since I was 15.I joined the community here on Deviant Art in 2007,to share my art and to network with other artists/photographers
Art work by Andrew Hunter
Deviantart is switching the whole side to HTTPS, starting today. Therefore it may affect your journal skins, gallery skins and most probably custom widgets whose images are not saved on a secure site.
This means that there will be skins who won't work correctly anymore. Only exception: Skins submitted as Easy.Install skins.
We, journalcss and CSS-Babes, can't do anything about it. You need to change the location of your images and then edit your skins in order to make them work again.
Read the annoucement below
Let's talk about Wix...After I heard that Wix company which location is located in Israel bought deviantART for 36 million dollars, all I can say is that something doesn't smell right. After I read other peoples' comments, all I can say is that this isn't looking good at all. Who will guarantee us the Israel will run this site well? Who? This community has started to sink in 2015 after they launched the art robbery discussion journal and made reporting harder than it should.
Here's what Wix.com policy and terms of service say:
2.1 You represent and warrant that:
5. You own all rights in and to any content uploaded by you (“User Content”), including any designs, images, animations, videos, audio files, fonts, logos, illustrations, compositions, artworks, interfaces, text, literary works and any other materials (“Content”), or otherwise have (and will continue to have) the full power, title, licen
New Username Symbols: Extended ThoughtsTwo weeks ago, we released two new products – deviant and art Mentions and new username symbols. Gratefully, and as we'd hoped, many deviants are embracing these changes in exactly the ways we'd anticipated, and the ways we ourselves did over the past several months of testing. While some deviants embraced the changes, it's fair to say that others have felt surprise, curiosity, and maybe even shock. These feelings are totally normal, but for the large part, there's a hope present. A positive outlook. The first steps in a new era that makes the way for our goals in the future, and, at the same time, removes clutter and confusion that new deviants often experience.
As with any change, there are a handful of deviants that don't understand why we made the choices we did &