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So... Perhaps among the updates I've written in the four years I've been on this website; this is going to be the hardest one that I will be writing.

As of today I will be quitting Deviant Art for the foreseeable future and before I get to the reasons I should explain this a little bit.

I say "I'm quitting" because unlike my last update I honestly don't know or foresee when I'll be back or whether or not I will be back to this website at all. In my last update I claimed that I would be on a hiatus for about a month or a little bit longer and that was mainly because all the changes I was going through with my life but now those changes seem very little compared to the stuff I'm dealing with now but enough of that.

First reason for this whole thing is that, again, a lot has changed in my life. A lot of it is good and some bad. With the good stuff I'm relatively happy with it and that is awesome but with the stuff that is bad... Well shit happens so whatever. It's life and life is a big mess of "Shit happens" and because of these changes and things I deal with I honestly can't have the time I used to spend on this website.

Second reason is that I am not as productive as I used to be. When I started this: It was a poster per week and nowadays I just stare at a blank page and the blank page stares right back. It's a creative block mixed with a reduced amount of passion. I'm not saying "I HAVE NO PASSION FOR THIS BULL..." or some crazy bitter sentence like that. I love this. I was built for this. Art has been a huge ass part of my life since the day I was born. I still love drawing and I still love writing. I guess I just can't be that active about it that much, anymore. 

It really is surprising to me that my work has been able to reach to the amount of people it did. Granted it wasn't as big as some of the giants of this website or the internet when it comes to art but every once in a while I come across one of my stuff on a website and the reaction people give to and honestly that brings a smile on my face and that really is it for me. If my work can make someone think or say "Oh, that's pretty cool" then to me that means I did something right and I'm happy about that. I don't think I've ever gotten a bad "review" of any of my pieces -even the really, really bad ones- and that's great. It means someone out there likes it and that is cool. It might sound a little contradictory and I really don't wanna sound like an asshole but I really was never in this for the attention, money or internet fame. I was always in this for the passion and the idea that "it can't hurt for other people to see it". 

In the beginning it was really rough for me. I never claimed to be the greatest artist ever lived. Throw a rock you'll hit a better artist than me. I didn't know anything about digital painting, anatomy, colors, copyright laws, fair use and/or Photoshop/Illustrator but I learned along the way. I was just an asshat who doodle stuff he saw in comic books but it was an interesting turn of events that in the end I was able to develop this interesting and weirdly chaotic style that was influenced from a lot of posters you see online and I honestly enjoyed it. I also learned how to deal with criticism which really was the lesson for me. It was an amazing ride where I learned a lot of stuff and made friends who helped me a lot in my craft and personal life. 

I think this is the part where I should talk about funny and weird stuff happened here. I wrote a couple of journal posts shitting on Capcom. Still doing that in the dialogues with my friends. I wrote posts about life and English not being my native tongue for which I was called an idiot by a kid who repainted Sonic sprites and called it his own totally original pixel art (you know who you are) which ended up with him starting to leave ridiculous amounts of mean comments and no actual criticism. It was weird. A lot of my work somehow found it's way to Tumblr and oddly enough one of them to Nerdist.com and got amazing reception. The most amazing thing ever was seeing a poster I made on a t-shirt and I don't make or sell prints. It was just some random guy who liked it so much that he got it printed on a shirt and that blew my mind and a lot of stuff I can't remember because my memory is kind of shit.

So... Cool stuff all around. This might sound like I'm quitting the art stuff but I really am not. I will just post them on Tumblr but it won't be frequent or something. Whenever I feel like something turned out great. I will put the link below and once again. Thank you all who looked at my stuff and liked it or didn't like it. It was a great four years. :)

Thanks for reading and goodbye. 
-Kem

kemaldis.tumblr.com
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KemalDis
Kemal Dis
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Hungary
Hungarian-Turkish artist,writer and part-time musician who currently resides in Budapest for no particular reason. Avid post-punk fan,music fan and a fan of everything nerdy.
Hey look! I also have a brother: My real-life brother (For real) :iconselcukdis:

What do I do? Mostly minimalistic-weird posters for the games and movies I like.
I do not any own any rights to the franchises that I draw fan art for.

I might use some heavy language if you are offended by that then I am deeply sorry.

My twitter: twitter.com/TheDeMoff
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So... Perhaps among the updates I've written in the four years I've been on this website; this is going to be the hardest one that I will be writing.

As of today I will be quitting Deviant Art for the foreseeable future and before I get to the reasons I should explain this a little bit.

I say "I'm quitting" because unlike my last update I honestly don't know or foresee when I'll be back or whether or not I will be back to this website at all. In my last update I claimed that I would be on a hiatus for about a month or a little bit longer and that was mainly because all the changes I was going through with my life but now those changes seem very little compared to the stuff I'm dealing with now but enough of that.

First reason for this whole thing is that, again, a lot has changed in my life. A lot of it is good and some bad. With the good stuff I'm relatively happy with it and that is awesome but with the stuff that is bad... Well shit happens so whatever. It's life and life is a big mess of "Shit happens" and because of these changes and things I deal with I honestly can't have the time I used to spend on this website.

Second reason is that I am not as productive as I used to be. When I started this: It was a poster per week and nowadays I just stare at a blank page and the blank page stares right back. It's a creative block mixed with a reduced amount of passion. I'm not saying "I HAVE NO PASSION FOR THIS BULL..." or some crazy bitter sentence like that. I love this. I was built for this. Art has been a huge ass part of my life since the day I was born. I still love drawing and I still love writing. I guess I just can't be that active about it that much, anymore. 

It really is surprising to me that my work has been able to reach to the amount of people it did. Granted it wasn't as big as some of the giants of this website or the internet when it comes to art but every once in a while I come across one of my stuff on a website and the reaction people give to and honestly that brings a smile on my face and that really is it for me. If my work can make someone think or say "Oh, that's pretty cool" then to me that means I did something right and I'm happy about that. I don't think I've ever gotten a bad "review" of any of my pieces -even the really, really bad ones- and that's great. It means someone out there likes it and that is cool. It might sound a little contradictory and I really don't wanna sound like an asshole but I really was never in this for the attention, money or internet fame. I was always in this for the passion and the idea that "it can't hurt for other people to see it". 

In the beginning it was really rough for me. I never claimed to be the greatest artist ever lived. Throw a rock you'll hit a better artist than me. I didn't know anything about digital painting, anatomy, colors, copyright laws, fair use and/or Photoshop/Illustrator but I learned along the way. I was just an asshat who doodle stuff he saw in comic books but it was an interesting turn of events that in the end I was able to develop this interesting and weirdly chaotic style that was influenced from a lot of posters you see online and I honestly enjoyed it. I also learned how to deal with criticism which really was the lesson for me. It was an amazing ride where I learned a lot of stuff and made friends who helped me a lot in my craft and personal life. 

I think this is the part where I should talk about funny and weird stuff happened here. I wrote a couple of journal posts shitting on Capcom. Still doing that in the dialogues with my friends. I wrote posts about life and English not being my native tongue for which I was called an idiot by a kid who repainted Sonic sprites and called it his own totally original pixel art (you know who you are) which ended up with him starting to leave ridiculous amounts of mean comments and no actual criticism. It was weird. A lot of my work somehow found it's way to Tumblr and oddly enough one of them to Nerdist.com and got amazing reception. The most amazing thing ever was seeing a poster I made on a t-shirt and I don't make or sell prints. It was just some random guy who liked it so much that he got it printed on a shirt and that blew my mind and a lot of stuff I can't remember because my memory is kind of shit.

So... Cool stuff all around. This might sound like I'm quitting the art stuff but I really am not. I will just post them on Tumblr but it won't be frequent or something. Whenever I feel like something turned out great. I will put the link below and once again. Thank you all who looked at my stuff and liked it or didn't like it. It was a great four years. :)

Thanks for reading and goodbye. 
-Kem

kemaldis.tumblr.com
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PREACHER by KemalDis
PREACHER
So... This was a long time coming and I'm ridiculously hyped for the series. So here's a poster. I don't know.

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Sherlock by KemalDis
Sherlock
One of my favourite TV shows of all time. I'm gonna be honest when I first heard of this show I thought it was the worst idea ever (being a huge Sherlock Holmes fan) but now I actually love the show.

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So... I'm going to keep this simple. I am going on a hiatus for maybe about a month or longer because of two reasons.

1- I'm trying to re-invent my style a little bit.
2- I'm going through some big changes in my life.

The first one is pretty self-explanatory so I won't get into details. The second one however is the one I will expand on, so bear with me. As I said I'm going through big changes in my life stuff like moving out and trying to deal with University on a daily basis. Which might sound weird since every person goes through that sooner or later but to me, the transition period has been hard and is still hard. I'm going to be very honest and blunt; I screwed up (Not with moving out and stuff but other things). I thought it would be like old times but I realised about a month ago that it's a totally different endgame. As I said before I moved out of my house (or rather my parents' house) with two friends and this is the first time for real so I'm going through an adjustment period and that's why I need some time. That said so far the experience has been good so I guess I'm not that worried. The other thing is the university. For those who don't know; university is f**king hard (haven't dropped the f-bomb in a while here) and very mentally tiring so I actually need some time to get it right and get my art right. 

So I tried to keep it simple. I'm just taking some time off from my art to focus again on other things and the direction of the stuff I'm doing like drawing or writing. :)

Thanks for reading
-K.D.
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rafiqm Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016

Thanks for joining the :iconclub-street-fighter: Club

 

I wish you have lots of fun here, feel free to post your Street fighter work in our gallery, (remember to choose the right folder to place your work in :P)

 

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Reinhold-Hoffmann Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2015
Heya, thought our annual art contest on :icongame-art-hq: could interest you. Its all about crossover ideas, ends in the first January 2016 week and I fund it with $50 for 3 winners each that will be chosen by 10 group members that are artists since years.

Please check it out, greets Reinhold

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bgSuzu Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2015  Student General Artist
Köszi :hug::heart:
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DemonAngel91 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch!
I, too, have made poster stuffs; though, mine are of fake game combinations consisting of two games or a game and a film mixed into a fake poster for a phony game with a bullshit "ESRB" rating. XD
You should check 'em out, I think you'd dig 'em.
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Nya-Mao Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015
Thanks for the watch! >w<
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The-Art-Fiend Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the watch :)
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Arasteia Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the watch :D
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Spicymiller Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for the watch :happybounce: 
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G1prime Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2015  Student Writer
Thank you for the watch!😁😁
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InkyShade Featured By Owner May 7, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you kindly for the watch :heart:
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