The Outland CampEveryone had their own reasons for leaving the city. Some didn’t like the rules, and others simply yearned to explore the rest of the world. I was a little bit of both.The Outland Camp by *Laura-Lie
PopulousThroughout my life, I'd always proclaimed my utter hatred for the human race: 'I hate everyone', or something like, 'There are no good people. I had developed such a variance of terms and phrases to describe the feeling. I'd believed that at its core: People sucked. Mostly not even to a personal extent; more or less the entirety of human beings as a whole. War and famine ran rampant over third world countries whilst the first world societies whined and complained about dwindling resources and maintaining absolute control over the populous. It was a spectacle, really. People bustling about to feed their gut with money and drugs, either or peopPopulous by *FlawedPotential
|Welcome to Post-Apocalyptic Art. |
This group was created for sharing any type of art that's focused on visions of post-apocalyptic world.
We accept photography, photomanipulation, drawing, literature, film and animation .
HOW TO JOIN
Joining our group is done by simply pressing that "JOIN" button, here on the home page, in the blue bar above.
There is also a button that allows you to just watch the group's submissions.
If you join, you may submit your own deviations to be displayed here.
RULES OF SUBMISSION
You must be a member to submit deviations.
You may submit one deviation per day.
All deviations must be relevant to the group's theme.
All deviations must be submitted to the proper folder in the gallery. To do that, go to the gallery and click the + symbol next to the section your work belongs to - photography, photomanipulation, etc.
Do not submit a deviation again, if it was refused already.
All stock must be credited. If it's your own private resources, please mention that in your artist's description.
~translucid & ~nivelis 2011
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