Top Illustrations Official Blog
All the expired accounts are now visible on the website. However, these accounts have limited features. For example, the Contact Us and Blog sections are not available to the public.
On the artist's profile page and on the illustration page there will be a few ads.
New Features - Favorites and Watchlists
We are proud to announce the inauguration of 2 new features. Every artist can now tag artists or illustrations as their personal favorites.
On every artist's profile page there will be a new section that will contain a list of users that follow him.
The same section will also be visible on the tagged illustrations.
New Feature - Comment System
A new feature has been added to Top Illustrations. Everyone can now leave comments to artist profiles, illustrations and blog posts.
Logged in users can post comments in the name of their accounts.
New Feature - New Artists Sliding Panel
The latest registered artists on Top Illustrations have now a greater exposure. They appear on the stylish sliding panel from the right hand side of the screen.
New Feature - Top Illustrations Badges
The Top Illustrations Badges are great tools that will help artists embed their profiles on their personal websites and blogs.
There are multiple formats available, customized for every need. The badges are available under "Tools" from the account area.
Here is a quick example:
Out of Beta
We’re excited to announce that Top Illustrations is now out of beta. With the initial launch less than two months ago we have tried to bring up to life a service for the artists and art-lovers from all over the world.
Register on Top Illustrations for free, create your online portfolio, maintain your own blog and be a part of our artist community.
New Feature - Top Illustrations Interactive Map of Artists
We are proud to announce that we have just launched the "Interactive Map of Artists".
On every page refresh, a new artist is highlighted. Zoom in and out to see the entire map and check out the different international locations of all our artists.
See woodcut samples: http://www.stevennoble.com/v/Woodcuts/
The original woodcuts (Xylography) from the 18th century were carved out from wood blocks with printing parts remaining level with the surface while non-printing parts are removed. The areas to show ‘white’ are cut away with a knife or chisel, leaving the characters or image to show in ‘black’ at the...[read more]
Hi everyone, I just wanted to make a small introduction. I’m firstly not fascinated by art, but more so by people and their psyche. Captivated by the beauty of the minority and the intriguing game between opposites in any shape or form, I try to create a point of recognition for the viewer. Being a perfectionist, I can lose myself in little details for hours. I have just one addiction and that’s my obsession with snails that smile without their teeth showing. I’m always on the lookout to collaborate with others; especially writers, multimedia freaks and musicians. I'm always up for freelance commissions, so feel free to contact me if you can relate to my work. Cheers, Kelly
'Kelly De Meyer is not interested in art as it were. Her passion is people, her search is one for those human similarities that might take us towards something like a truth that suits the whole species. She’s looking...[read more]