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Get daily inspirational artwork delivered straight to your Twitter feed! Even when you're away from deviantART, you can stay inspired while keeping a pulse on the deviantART community. DeviantART's Twitter Network is a series of Twitter profiles that tweet recently popular deviations in specific categories.

The deviantART Twitter Network
Digital Art
da_digital

Photography
da_photos

Traditional Art
da_traditional

Cartoons & Comics
da_comics

Fan Art
da_fanart


Follow the categories you're most interested in or follow them all!

How it works


These accounts tweet recently popular deviations in a given category.

If the artist has a Twitter account, their Twitter username will be included in the tweet. Twitter accounts are pulled from the Twitter Widget on your profile. Premium Members, if you haven't already installed it, you may want to do this now.

Don't want your deviations shared? Simply disable sharing on your deviations and we'll exclude your artwork from these feeds.




We want to give artists more exposure.


We're always trying to promote the work of deviantART artists by sharing their work with the world, not just within the walls of deviantART.com. One way we do this is by featuring member artwork on our Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, StumbleUpon, and our brand new Google+ Page.

As an artist, promoting yourself can be the key to success. Having your work circulating around deviantART increases your visibility, allows you to establish your personal brand, and — if you sell your work or services — it can increase your sales. Getting your work in front of new eyes is always important, and we want to help you do this.

Give us your feedback.


Based on our data, these five categories have the highest number of submissions, most favorable response per deviation, and already have the highest number of shares on Twitter and other social networks. If you'd like to see a category be added next, please submit your recommendations in the comments! If you have any suggestions on how we could improve these accounts, whether it's the frequency of tweets, the quality of the artwork, or anything else, let us know!


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:iconwatonzon:
Watonzon Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
For a second when I saw this I thought that I would be able to connect my Deviantart account with my Twitter account so that I could share my art to my followers.
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GisaPizzatto Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Featured: [link]
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gbkL Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011   General Artist
Sounds good. I like the idea of being able to follow the categories you WANT. General sharing on Facebook causes plowing thru Feed of so much obnoxious Mafia Wars posts, family status comments [beginning to resemble the proverbial Family Christmas Letter or Chain-letters], art I'm not interested in seeing ... no matter what u do with Privacy Settings and blocks ... thanx dA =) am going to chk out the Twit action in a few minutes.
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Haylin-chama Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Student Digital Artist
I follow them all XDD
Twitter <3
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Gadvac Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool indeed! Is there any chance we will ever be able to link our Twitter account to our dA account to eliminate the members-only restriction on having Twitter names included, or will this be counted as a premium feature?
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DarkBrainComics Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
>> These accounts tweet recently popular deviations in a given category.

Well, that is already available to us all. I think more value is given if dA promotes the best ART, not just the most POPULAR ART. If dA is to promote artists, why is it just a popularity contest?
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Wes-of-StarArmy Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011
I assume you'd rather see stuff like this instead: [link]

Because surely its low popularity is not indicative of its quality.
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DarkBrainComics Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
The existence of a piece of art that is not popular and not of high quality proves that highly popular IS quality? Invalid argument. I recommend you study some philosophy, will really help with your thought process. Basic logic is a good class to take.

For example, my your assertion, low popularity must mean this piece sucks and it is not better than all SEVEN PAGES of more popular art in the last 8 hours in that category? [link]
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Wes-of-StarArmy Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011
You missed the point entirely. Popularity remains DA's best way of showcasing the best of DeviantArt while also tending to filter out junk like the example provided.

The way they set it up makes sense: Popularity shows what appeals to the masses. The Twitter feeds are designed to communicate with the masses.

PS: I've taken logic and philosophy classes and I recognize that you telling me what classes I need to take is a thinly veiled ad hominem attack. Practice what you preach. Insulting people's intelligence is not going to help you win arguments.
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DarkBrainComics Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
If you studied philosophy, then I'm honestly baffled how you could try to pull of showing me a sample of a low quality art to PROVE that because it doesn't have +favs, that the system of +favs has merit! That argument doesn't hold up. Perhaps I knee-jerked, so I apologize for that.

However, my sample of a HIGH quality piece of art that is buried under 700 LESS quality pieces of art because of measuring by popularity actually does prove my point. Popularity is not an accurate measure of artistic talent and ability. Not even close.

And dA has a groups system which could be used, right now. There are 5 comic-related groups that pick the best of the best already. Artists choosing the best, showcasing the best. Why not just use that to feed their Twitter? Why not showcase the best are you can?

Instead, the proposed system is actually damaging dA - not taking advantage of expanding to new readers, showcasing the best talent, nor even utilizing the group system which is already proving to be more effective than the daily deviation process, if you ask me.
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