Hello members of Christian Creativity,
For member's convenience, and because there have been some questions, I have created some new folders. Digital art has been divided into several folders since it is our largest file. The new files are: Abstract works and fractals, Stamps and Pixel work, Typography, Commentaries for social discussions, and also a file for Resources and Stock. Typography is anything with lettering, especially if lettering is the focus of the work. I have transferred some things in the digital file to these new folders, and will work more on that during Christmas break. I think this will help members find specific items in our galleries. If anyone has any file suggestions, please make note of them in the comments. I don't want to overdo the number of folders, but this should help clarify where things should go. Be careful that you submit your work to the appropriate file. I am the only remaining active admin and it makes a lot of extra work for me.PLEASE READ: New rules for the feature file:
I set up a feature widget so that member's works may be featured on our profile page. I would limit the input to the feature file, but I do not have the power to change what initially goes in that file. To be fair to all members, please only put your best work in the feature file and try to limit it to one piece a week. If any member floods the feature file, I will move all but one submission to the appropriate files and send a reminder note. If anyone makes a habit of submitting every work to the featured file and ignores the notes, I will give a warning first. but I might start rejecting work on that basis. I'd like to make sure that a variety of our members get a chance to be featured.
Lastly, please read our rules before you submit. We are called Christian Creativity, and since we carry the name of Christ, things that are submitted here should at least reflect the values of that name. Works do not have to be strictly Christian in nature, but they shouldn't be overly sexual, disrespectful or include personal attacks, profanity (including in artist comments), or uplift things of darkness. That doesn't include the suffering of our Lord, or work that expresses feelings of anger or sorrow. What I mean is favorably portraying things that are not pleasing to the Lord. For example, I personally find it a little disturbing how many works I see on DA that place things of a demonic nature in a good light and put down the name of our Savior or God's word. We should to be a light to the DA community. Please keep this in mind.
Cyd aka Shadoweddancer