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Journal Entry: Sun Mar 23, 2014, 1:45 PM l Gallery l Watch Me l Note Me

ZOMG!  I am ADDICTED to watching the Real Time Google Analytics- particularly the locations, referring sites, and click throughs..  It has been SO much fun to see countries/cities all over the world come through my galleries- and the web site referrals lol  Which one of you is coming at my pages from the human pony registry ???  *snicker*  I knew you were all a bunch of perverts, but this one actually surprised me lol  Used to be that my absolutely favorite thing about posting work to dA was looking through the collections that people added my pieces to I have found SO many great artists by doing that, and some of the collection names you guys use are hilarious- but I have to say, being able to actually see where a person is landing initially, what else they look at, how long they pause on it, and where they came from?  WOW.  It gives me a lot of insight into what pieces of my work are catching people's interests which is brilliant- and it also lets me easily see what sites are referring so I have a little more of a view of where my work is being reposted or discussed- which is wonderful too.
Love it to pieces.

Features are way past due.. sorry about that.

Anywho- same as always- Images are randomly chosen from my Upcoming Features folder.
If you see something you like- be sure to click through to the Artists' galleries- as the pieces I choose never fully cover all the magnificent talents these people have.
Most Importantly-- If you see something that really speaks to you- PLEASE consider suggesting it for a :squee: Daily Deviation :woohoo:

Erebus. The bringer of Night by NegativeFeedback               
Memory by Matariil

Lissandra by jaggudada

Demon'S Love01 by bayardwu   The-hunt by Deharme

The Great White by lpeters

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Kassidi Keys
Artist | Digital Art

I don't do Commissions.

I absolutely do NOT work for free.

I'm a hermit, a house pet, and a self taught artist.
I'm not kidding about the hermit part. Literally, I AM A HERMIT. I'm happiest when I'm just. left. alone.
I bury myself in my art. It's my preferred way to escape from everything.

I use Poser 10, Photoshop CS6, and an Intuos4 drawpad.

I'm a traditional artist and photographer who transitioned over to digital.

Way back, when I was a traditional artist I tired of drawing myself, or from photos of friends as reference, so a fellow artist suggested I try Poser in order to have an always accessible reference model. I soon discovered that digital art was the way I wanted to go, and realized I could cut my work time in half by starting with a generic Poser image and going from there.. I couldn't afford anything other than the base model with no morphs at the time anyway, so I had to learn to paint the skins, faces, clothes, and all the details- because I couldn't buy all the fiddly bits (or find ones that suited me).

More than a decade has gone by since I started, I can now afford any models I want, but a lot of the time I still prefer to paint things to get them just the way I like them.. That's why my images look a little different from most 3d renders- because I throw a lot of digital paint at them too.

Personal Quote: "Every Piece of Art is a Piece of an Artist." -Me
Seriously- every image- someone toiled over it. Someone was expressing something inside of them. Try to keep that in mind when you're looking at an image, its not a mass-churned out thing from some emotionless machine. It's a piece of someone that they chose to pull forth, trap in a visual format, and share with the world. You don't have to love the art, but at least respect the artist's right to express in their own voice.

Copyright, Commissions, and Use

Commissions: I don't do 'em. Registered & Protected
Everything in this blog and gallery is registered and protected under international copyright law.

I absolutely do not allow the unauthorized use or modification of my art or photos without my written permission, online or off, non-commercial or commercial- for ANY purpose- no tubes, no renders, no signs, no avatars, no sigs, no blog backgrounds, no headers, no wallpapers- NOTHING.

We ALL deserve credit for our work and we all have the right to decide what our personal creations are used for.


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deskridge 2 days ago   Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:!
meh1592 3 days ago  Student General Artist
Thank you for the llama badge! Keep up the great work!!
ImRandall 4 days ago  New member Student Photographer

Thank you so much for the fav. If you can coment I aprecciate even more.. anyway, thank you again :dummy: 

jvel4073 Apr 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello Kassidi, You have a Very impressive :gallery:very beautiful Masterpiece. I'm Learning how to do this can of Art CGI But it's taking for ever. I have A lot to Learn. I started very Late in my life.
Also thanks for the :llama: Badge,I truly appreciate it. My New Friend from Juan. ( jvel 4073 ). Handshake
Viper176 Apr 12, 2014   Photographer
thanks for the fave (:
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