Have contests Feature artists in their CSS journals Expose more of your work on their frontpages Better manage their main page, with features like slideshows / big thumbnails / chat and forum pages / etc
We've got so many memebers that if each would make even the smallest contribution and donate 5 points, we would reaise more than needed.
Felinefans would like to make things a bit more fun and interactive around here but we need your support in order to upgrade to a supergroup.
From what I know, direct donation of a subscription is no longer possible - only the admins of a club are able to upgrade it.
One easy way to achieve that is where members donate points to an admin that would then buy the club a subscription. Now this may sound like the admin could take advantage but I can't find another way around it, so if anyone has a better idea to make things less risky, do share it. (I'm thinking if we reach more than the points needed for a sub, we can use the rest as prizes for contests or just donate them back to their senders (can that be done, btw?)
Only members are allowed to display their work in our gallery. We automatically accept everyone, so come join us!
To submit your work - use the Submit Art button on our front page.
The submission limit is 1 submission per week
Notes containing submission links are not useful anymore, so please don't send any.
SUGGESTIONS ON SUBMITTING
We know submitting to a group makes it much easier for you to share your artwork. Unfortunately, that also makes people think a bit less about what they display within a group. We are facing the need to filter a small percentage of deviations. Until now, that means:
- multiple images of your feline that have only small differences between them (for example - same cat, same place, same angle - cat sitting in a slightly different position). Please choose your favorite and go with that one only. - very basic sketches and stuff that you feel belongs to scraps - low quality snapshots (lots of noise; poor lighting; small size) - images where the feline is not the main subject, but rather gets lost in a busy background. - no anthro
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