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Anyone who likes sexy women and pretty bodies... feel free to join! However remember that getting accepted as a member does not mean that your work gets accepted. Please read our submission standards and guidelines below before submitting. And remember that artists MUST submit their OWN work. Do not submit anything that you did not draw/ink/colour/paint/photograph/model.
Members are allowed 3 submissions per week and these submissions are voted on by our volunteer adminstrators:
Disciples of Sexy (Contributor):
A status given on an invite only basis to members skilled in producing quality female art. If you *know* you meet this requirement and your gallery can prove it, you can apply for this status by Noting the group. We will evaluate your work, and if your art appeals and you fit the group, you may be chosen to become a Disciple.
-have great female art!
-vote on member submissions (is not mandatory, but much appreciated)
-help with the group development (is not mandatory, but much appreciated)
-no waiting for voting on submissions!
Overseers of Sexy: (moderator)
For highly active members of a certain skill level who is active in the group and would like to participate in the groups activities, help with the voting and keeping ASA standards, and help develop the group.
-must vote on submissions (insuring quality works get accepted)
-must have well established artistic skills.
Masters of Sexy: (co-founder)
Is a invitation only admin position reserved for some of the best.
-must have excellent art works!
-take part in ASA development and voting!
|A quick guide to submitting your stuff to the right place! Follow these and things should go a lot smoother...|
1.Sexy Woman 2D:
Human women in 2D, clean and fully rendered works only! Here you can submit your female characters digitally rendered or traditional works, both are accepted. For reference see gallery folder [link]
2.Sexy Woman 3D:
Human women in 3D, clean and fully rendered works only! Here you can submit your female characters in 3D. For reference see gallery folder [link]
3.Sexy Anthro 2D:
Anthro women in 2D, clean and fully rendered works only! Here you can submit your female non human characters digitally rendered or traditional works, both are accepted. For reference see gallery folder [link]
4.Sexy Anthro 3D:
Anthro women in 3D, clean and fully rendered works only! Here you can submit your female non human characters in 3D. For reference see gallery folder [link]
5.Sexy Hordes of Women:
All women in 2D or 3D, clean and fully rendered works only! This folder is for scenes with equal or more than 2 characters. For reference see gallery folder
This folder is as it says for sexy photos of female models or cosplayers. Models and photographers are welcome to submit to this folder, but the material needs to be of quality photography or journalistic shots of attractive female cosplayers (as we understand many are photographed at conventions which don't often provide a high quality photographic backdrop). DO NOT submit self snapshots, those are not proper photographs.
Here you can submit all your sexy comics that feature sexy women. NOTE that comic character pinups are NOT comics. Only characters that are portrayed in a comic environment with dialogue or sequential panels.
This folder is for animated works, not to be confused with anime. Animated GIFs for example are acceptable as long as they're of good quality and content.
This is for all that fancy artsy stuff that doesn't seem to fit in anywhere else.
10.Sexy Black and White:
Is for finished black and white digital or traditional (pen or pencil) works. Not coloured pieces. NOT for black and white photographs.
11. Still Learning:
Is a Folder for novice sexy artist, who are still learning and are interested in improving their work with the help of ASA. This folder has slightly lower requirements, though a general understanding of anatomy and colouring is required.
If you still don't get it, feel free to ask. Send a (polite!) note to the group and we'll try to answer any questions.
P.S. Keep your works sexy or make them just awesome to look at!
1. WHAT KIND OF ART IS ACCEPTED?
As the name says, SEXY female art, whether it be traditional, digital or photography, clothed or nude... See our "Featured" folder in our gallery for reference.
We don't accept art containing males, except where they play a part in a sequential comic book page. Submissions should ONLY contain female figures.
We also don't accept art submissions if you are NOT the artist, or if you've copied the work of someone else! Artists must submit their own work as it is posted in their own gallery, and must not post reproductions of images belonging to someone else (ie. outright copying or even tracing a photograph).
ADULT MATERIAL: must have the required filters enabled, as specified by DA rules!
NB! Child or underage pornography is not accepted! Nor are masturbation, sex or rape scenes, or pics containing extreme gore and sadistic violence!
Extreme fetishes are also unwelcome and will be declined. We are not a fetish group, we are here to appreciate quality art that is attractive and appealing.
2. When submitting art please try to submit to the correct folders, if you have questions feel free to ask!
3. WHAT GETS FEATURED?
Sexy stuff...the best works in our gallery folders will get featured! The "Featured" folder in the group gallery showcases some of our best submissions.
4. NOTE, that this is a High Standards Group and you might not get works accepted right out of the blue. We go for the best works.
5. What about nudity?
Remember that just because its nude, doesn't mean its art. The female figure doesn't have to be naked to be sexy. We accept erotic art to a certain extent, it should not cross the line into porn/hentai. Pornographic content is against DA policies - THIS INCLUDES MASTURBATION ACTS. There is a huge difference between erotic art and porn. If you don't know the difference, don't submit. For information on DA policy regarding adult content, go to the Help & FAQ and type it in.
1. Some standards we follow:
-Members must have a general knowledge and a certain level of ability to draw proper proportions and figures.
-A moderate to advanced level of skill of coloring and inking - digital, traditional or otherwise.
-A general or unique sexy feel of the pic (if you have a sexy pose but ugly features, we wont accept it. Some would argue that everyone sees sexy differently, we are open minded and voting by our admins means voting could go any way)
2. Reasons for Declining or Deletion from the group:
-is not up to a certain standard level of quality
-was accepted by contributor/admin who didn't take the time to look at the image but who just clicked yes on everything -- if later discovered and it doesn't meet our standards, we WILL remove it
-is not sexy (ie, sexy figure, ugly features)
-is submitted to the wrong folder...(we do manage pics but PLEASE try to submit to correct folders!)
- contains figures that have genitalia that are not female (no futa or gender-bending - this isn't the place for that)
-we may refuse to accept content that is just not good enough overall.
- content is considered gross, disgusting, or violates DevArt site policies we will not accept it
- deviation is NOT drawn/inked/coloured BY THE MEMBER THEMSELVES. Do not submit work that is not created by you!
- deviation is a tracing or copy of someone else's work, especially when done without permission of the rights owner. Do not submit images where you copied or reproduced someone else's hard work without their permission.
3. When submitting art, be sure to submit your BEST works! We strive for quality, so don't be surprised if your work is declined.
4. REMEMBER: getting accepted is a PRIVILEGE not a RIGHT!
|Due to the large volume of submissions we receive, we do NOT automatically give reasons for declining. The submission queue is large and time consuming.|
For information on submission, please refer to the submitting and quality section above this box!
If you do want feedback, please leave a comment on your submission, and we'll try to get to it as soon as we can. Polite inquiries are welcome, but anyone being rude, abusive, or acting in a disturbing manner will be ignored or removed.
Please remember this is a High Standards group, what we might say may not always be what you want to hear. Artists have to be able to take criticism, so if you can't accept that criticism, constructive or otherwise, please leave it be. Acting out does not accomplish anything for you.