Pimp Firefox for the best deviantArt experiencePimp Firefox for the best deviantArt experience by ArtBIT
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Every now and then people ask me about some basic dA things like how to add a link to their page/deviation, how to make text bold, italic, etc and I just tell them to use deviantPlus extension for firefox by zikes.
And almost always get the same response: "Extension? Firefox? How can I get it?"
After dozens of explanations I've decided to make a journal entry, where I'd sum up all the stuff that people need to personalize Firefox browser to best suit their needs...
I'm not going to try and make you switch to Firefox. Nor that is my goal. My goal is to present you with all these handy extensions/scripts for it that our fellow deviants have made to make your whole deviantArt experience a lot more enjoyable.
I've chosen my browser. I've chosen Firefox. You don't have to, but spare a minute or two t
EVERY artist SHOULD read THIS!!!An anonymous artist has posted an article in Craig's list (an american classifieds list) which has been running through the web, being posted on blogs, forums, etc, respecting the will of the article creator.EVERY artist SHOULD read THIS!!! by Inebriantia
And why has it generated such a success? Well, I guess it's mainly because he has wisely approached the controversial theme of the recognition of art as a valuable asset for today's society, yelding several examples of situations where employers clearly show they don't respect your work.
According to the article writer: "Graphic artists, illustrators, painters, etc., are skilled tradesmen. As such, to consider them as, or deal with them as, anything less than professionals fully deserving of your respect is both insulting and a bad reflection on you as a sane, reasonable person. In short, it makes you look like a twit."
I bet almost every artist has already faced a job offer where the payment will be something along the lines of a "free lunch", a mention in the work's cre