This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
By moving, adding and personalizing widgets.
You can drag and drop to rearrange.
You can edit widgets to customize them.
The bottom has widgets you can add!
Some widgets you can only access when you get a premium membership.
Some widgets have options that are only available when you get a premium membership.
We've split the page into zones!
Certain widgets can only be added to certain zones.
"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
Don't forget, restraints can bring out the creativity in you!
Now go forth and astound us all with your devious profiles!
But I can figure it out. I figured how to crack stones, and dance leaves, and make waves in my bath. I unpicked a Doranen lock and I collapsed waterspouts in Westwailing Harbour. I did all of that. I can bloody do this.
But before he could defeat the pain, he had to accept it. That was the hardest part - letting the pain take him and shake him like a rat-dog wit a rat. Surrendering, he sank himself beneath the surface of raw magic...
There was an interesting article in The Guardian recently explains one of the reasons behind self-portraits is the desire for immortality. Besides, there is an interesting point comparing Rembrandt's honesty and today's staged naturality (and beauty?) in selfies.
It is no surprise, then, that from the early Renaissance onward, artists began to make a bid for immortality. The first commissioned biographies of artists started to appear. Artists began to sign their work for the first time. Rembrandt's lessons for the selfie era
For some more information on Remdrandt's self-portraits, you may be interested in this article too
Personal identity has been a long discussed topic by philosophers and intellectuals. Personally, I find quite interesting the word mascara (/mask) comes from Latin word persona. This evolution of the word is linked to a philosophical theory according to which we are all wearing one (or various) masks. It is also connected to masks used by actors, which served to recognise their role in the play, so the role each individual plays in the "great theatre of the world" (Calderon de la Barca).
But since I am quite a layman in this myself, I won't take this thought any further, and better share this video on how to make not so immortal portraits
Now that Halloween and the Day of the Dead are approaching, there's a tutorial on how to make a skull pancake in this same Youtube channel