How to get popular on Deviantart (without drawing porn)
How to Get Noticed on deviantArt
Keeping your material fresh
Upload often.Nobody will want to look at a page with nothing on it. Try keeping your page looking lively.
Buy a premium membership.If you (or your parents) are willing to pay for a core membership for deviantART, you will have advantages: including options to make your page more interesting, and the option to request critiques on your artwork. For your profile, you can add all of the widgets available and choose to show however many thumbnail pictures you want to be displayed. Not to mention that you can choose from over hundreds of journal skins to make your journal entries more decorative. Requesting critiques is important too, so that critics around the site will notice you and may help you to improve.
Interacting with others
Join groups like #Art-Zone.Groups like these accept all types of artwork and showcase your artwork to thousands of deviants.
Visit other people's pages.Comment, favourite and watch the people whose art you admire. They will most likely look at your page to thank you. You may even make new friends!
Use the 'Random Deviant/Deviation" button.Click either of these and they will take you to a random user or piece of artwork. Comment on either of these with your opinion but make it friendly; you don't want to make a bad impression. Add a few words of advice if you can.
Add a lot of people to your watch list.Go to the homepage and browse through art you like, or do a search of some kind of art you like. If you find something that catches your eye, favorite it and add the artist to your deviantWatch. The more often you do this, the more people will notice you and they will thank you for the add, and they might end up adding you back!
Getting your work noticed
Submit your artwork to groups.If your deviations aren't being seen, even if you have a fair amount of watchers, submitting your art to a few well-known groups might help your artwork get noticed. A lot of people join and contribute to groups on deviantART, and there's a chance a lot of people will notice what you've submitted if your art is accepted into a group. Choose a set of groups that are themed to your particular piece you are going to submit. If you have a picture of a Gothic castle for example, you can submit it to Dark Art, Gothic Souls Club, Madmen Asylum, DisturbingArtHorror, or Bloody Sanctuary.
Join the #ArtChance group.They usually have contests where you can submit your best artwork and possibly have a chance of it being seen by many deviants around the site.
Participate.Join in with contests that are run by the admins or even contests held by other members of the site. Groups are another great way to gain exposure on deviantART. Join and submit artwork to groups and comment/favorite other members' artwork.
Dealing with fans and critics
Reply to people when they watch you or fave your work.A lot of people feel good about getting a thank you message for their interest in something you did. This is also a good way for other deviants to see your name. As you scroll down to the comment section on their page, take notice of the art they have on their front page, and their likes and interests, or if they have something funny. If you can, try to comment on something you saw or noticed, in addition to saying thank you. Always be nice and try to say something positive.
Interacting with your watchers will keep them interested and the chances of them coming back and looking at your artwork again will increase along with whoever looks at their page to be led to yours.
Be prepared.It's not always a happy time with any website as there are always the bad apples. Pay no notice but take note of any hiddenusefuladvice they may give. But if they do anything to you against the deviantART policy, report them and block them from your page straight away.
Be friendly.Nobody likes a grumpy person, do they? Be friendly and social and other people will begin to like you. Many friends are gained this way.
Give and take advice.Give people constructive criticism on how to improve their art if they ask for it and heed any advice they give you in return.
QuestionIf I have more deviations, do I have a better chance of getting noticed? Do I not have enough deviations? I only have 56.wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe more you have, the more there is to view. Fifty-six is better than five, and should give any viewers a lot of content at which to look.Thanks!
QuestionI have been on deviantART for 4 years, I have very few favs, and the only person who comments is my best friend. Should I leave DA?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt's actually your choice, but I encourage you to continue working, and try to improve your art. Lots of artists work for years without getting any recognition, so you are not alone. Try not to get discouraged.Thanks!
QuestionWhy would I have page views, but no downloads?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt may be because your art needs some improvements. The higher the art quality, the more attention it may attract.Thanks!
QuestionWhy is my posted art blurry?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou may be uploading images with small resolutions.Thanks!
QuestionI don't really have art, what can I do to get my writing noticed?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerFind interesting topics to write about. Try focusing on a certain age and category, and base it on something original and appealing, or something that most people like these days. (Which so happen to be things like historic fiction, science fiction, dystopias, etc.)Thanks!
QuestionWhat is the best tablet for drawing?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt really depends on what your preference is for size. There is no "best" tablet. Try avoiding getting the bigger ones, unless you like lots of room to work with. Consider going for something small first, like a Wacom Pen & Touch (small).Thanks!
QuestionI'm left-handed and I use a mouse pad. How do I improve my art when I am restricted?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerGet a bamboo pad, or one of those computer pad things that include a stylus.Thanks!
QuestionEveryone hates my art. How do I get them to like it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThanks!
QuestionHow can I reset my password if I forgot it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThanks!
QuestionHow do I get feedback on deviantArt?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAsk for it. Most people will only say “cute” or “looks good” unless you say that you want feedback/constructive criticism. It doesn’t always work, but being direct about what you're looking for is the best way to go about it.Thanks!
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- Choose a good username. Go for something professional, not a name including your favourite cartoon character and a heap of numbers such as 'Inuyasha37683'. People don't normally take this as the impression of a good artist.
- Try to find out when most people are active, and upload your art then, meaning that more people can see it.
- Colored and outlined art tends to get noticed more than penciled sketches.
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