Site Update: Adjustment Tools in deviantART muroIn our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.Site Update: Adjustment Tools in deviantART muro by $wreckling
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Image Adjustments and Cropping in deviantART muro
Last week, we launched a new set of tools for Muro to Beta Testers, and thanks to the efforts of the Beta Testers in reporting bugs, and $mudimba's quick work fixing those bugs, we are launching these tools to everyone!
The new "Adjust" panel allows you to adjust a variety of color settings, including contrast, tint, and color temperature. These changes can be applied to an individual layer or the whole image, giving you an even broader means of creating dynamic works of art!
Me, deviantART and Madefire...and 'Captain Stone is Missing...' Because that's what this is REALLY all about.Me, deviantART and Madefire by =LiamSharp
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Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to do a big sales pitch here for my book, rather I'm going to tell you WHY I think this partnership between Madefire and dA is so exciting, and that all hinges on my experience with Captain Stone!
OK, at the risk of repeating myself, I've been on dA quite a long time. Six years. Not to be sniffed at! I've posted journals that have, at times, been deeply personal, or instructive, or sad or angry - but all human. I've bared my soul a bit, and always tried to be honest above all.
I've also shared my journey in print, then the slow move to digital. The development of Cap Stone (http://liamsharp.deviantart.com/gallery/42431821) and my move from the UK to the US. You've always seen the inner-working of my life as a pro here, and it's been my honour to share it with this fantastic community.
When it comes to creating stories, getting them seen is hard - especially in print! Ove