This is my second feature appreciating my amazing watchers and their art. A big thank you for the support of you guys! TO EVERYONE WHO'S FEATURED HERE: It would be very nice if you could take the time and look at the featured submissions of the other featured watchers, too. Everyone wins that way! (of course this applies on everyone else as well)Alright, so let's do this!
recently added me to her watchlist. She, being my 100th watcher, is the one who made this journal possible. That's awsome! Besides this lovely photo of her there are some pretty nice nature photos and some neat drawings and paintings in her gallery. I recommend you to check it out!
The account of
has just started two weeks ago, yet it has allready a gallery that makes it worth a watch! The featured digital painting is a nice example of that - I really wouldn't have guessed that while having an artblock she could still come up with art as nice as this! But there's even more amazing stuff to be discovered in her gallery!
A look at
's gallery tells you that he must always have been great at photomanipulations, especially when it comes to special effects! His gallery
is full of original, fresh and innovative art. Nothing seems copied or uninspired as it's so often the case with photomanips.
has already been in my previous feature where I showed you one of her beautiful watercolour-landscapes. This time you'll get to see the other side of her beautiful gallery
: Animals! This cute and skillfully worked out painting of two fennecs immediately got me! You just have to love this!
There are currently 540 deviations in
's still growing gallery
. And a whole lot of them are awsome! So this was a pretty tough choice for me! Anyway, I love abandoned places so I'm glad to have this addition to this feature. There are also some quite good stock images in his gallery. Look over here
The photography by
brings up so many memories that were buried in my head. And it feels great. Some of the pictures remind me of myself and my own nature shots (that I haven't uploaded here). There's a nice vintage-feeling to them. You can find them here!
In my opinion the most beautiful of them all is "Sunlight dots.". The colour scheme in this one is just perfect and the diagonal horizon creates a unique composition.
That's it for this feature. I hope everyone likes it and checks out the galleries of the featured deviants. They really deserve it!If anyone finds any errors or feels misrepresented, please send me a note.