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Hello everybody!

Once again, I'm gathering a list of our 18th century bloggers here on dA! So if you have a blog, link it to here and it will be added to the list!

18th century blog list (language):

:iconladymerandaboggre: augustafredrika.blogspot.com/ (Swedish)

:iconsannamak: rococoatelier.blogspot.com/ (English)

:iconpiratelady-lizzy: piratelady-lizzy.blogspot.com/ (French)

:icontheladybarbossa: storiesfromthelady.blogspot.co… (English)

:iconlisette-la-cousette: autempledesmodes.blogspot.fr/ (French) demoisellechiffon.blogspot.fr/ (French)

And another thing, I'm curious to know your opinion about the group. Is it working well? Are you happy with the rules? Has everything worked smoothly for you? Are you happy with the content that's being submitted to the group?
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JOINING:

You can become our memeber by clicking the "join our group" on our front page. (Also remember that you can only watch us if you don't want to become our memeber for some reason.)

SUBMISSIONS:

You submit your deviantions to our gallery by clicking the "contribute art" button on our club's front page. Please remeber to CHOOSE THE CORRECT GALLERY FOLDER! You cannot submit deviantions to the featured folder: this folder is our representative gallery and if your deviantion is very good, it will be added to it. You will need four votes to get your deviantion(s) submitted. There is no limit for submissions, at least not yet.

The rules for submissions:
1. It has to be tolerably historically accurate or clearly 18th century related
2. No offensive art
3. It has to be your own work!
4. No more than 2 or 3 pictures of the same costume unless the pictures are very different from one another. And even if there are 3 pictures, there has to be a point why you submit so many of them (for example, the details, back-view etc.)
5. No W.I.P.s
6. Mature content art is generally NOT accepted but some few exeptions may be made.
7. The 18th century costume gallery folder is ONLY for photos of costumes, everything else (including designs of costumes) should be submitted to the Traditional and digital art galler folder!
8. There is a gallery folder for 18th century inspired art that is also for less historically accurate deviantions. If your deviantion isn't accepted to any other gallery folder, you may try to submit it to this folder.

If your deviantion isn't accepted to the gallery it doesn't mean that your art isn't good, neighter that we have anything against you or your art. The most common reason for not accepting a deviantion is the lack of historical accuracy in it. If you want to know why your deviantion wasn't accepted to the gallery - don't hesitate to ask :)

Things to remember before submitting:
- read the rules above
- be sure to pick your best and most representative deviantions! We want to maintain the good quality in our gallery

NOTE: the 18th century means the period 1700-1799. Victorian art, for example, is not 18th century! I'm telling you this because every so otfen people try to submit Victorian art to our gallery. These deviantions, of course, will be automatically declined.

OUR WEB PAGE:

On our web page you can find useful links and info about 18th century events etc.

18thcc.nettisivu.org/

AFFILIATES:

:iconhistoryfashionlovers: :iconhistorylovers::iconageofsail: :icongentsandgentlewomen: :iconamerican-history: :iconwill-and-kit: :iconrome-spqr: :iconvictorian-novels: :iconqueens-of-history: :iconperiod-drama-fans: :iconcostumers: :iconthat-antique-charm:
:iconmarieantoinetteart: :iconspecial-groups: :iconilovedresses: :iconwelovepoppycock: :icondresshistorytimeline: :iconthepompadour:


18th century related youtube fun:

A comedy series called "Let them eat cake" making fun of Marie Antoinette and French court life.

Making Voopee
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXU8lN…

The Portrait:
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Pf7us…

Murder
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8G_X-…

The Pox:
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=shNxkN…

A marriage of convenience:
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKOnjU…

The EPIC Rococo Puffs: www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMAm4q…

The Supersizers eat... The French Revolution (Part 1): www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQlanf…

Madonna's 18th century themed music performance: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjOLh2…

18th century related news (features):

The great rococo and Marie Antoinette feature: news.deviantart.com/article/13…

18th century costumes feature: news.deviantart.com/article/12…

Rococogasm feature:
news.deviantart.com/article/77…

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:iconkaitlinscraftys:
Kaitlinscraftys Apr 10, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks for accepting c:
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:iconladynaginiwesker:
Thanks for the kind accepting!
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:iconketsu000:
Ketsu000 Sep 24, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks for the request =D It's an honour for meHappy Emote (updated version) 
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:iconmozartmistressforeva:
thank you for accepting me!
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:iconthedevilreborn:
Dear 18thcenturyclub

I am TheDevilReborn and I was hoping you could help me?
I am trying to build a fan comic around Veronica Ashford, but I can seem to pin point when she may have lived. I believed it may have been in the 1800 century but I just don't know.

Here is a like where a portrait is of her [link]

I hope you guys can help me out.
:icondesperateplz:
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:iconforumcreativedream:
Im a lover of this era (18 century) I have been drawing alot of characters and pic of this century. Loooovvvsss alooooott
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:iconforumcreativedream:
Hiii what a beautiful arts, I love this group!
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:iconlex2cute13:
Lex2cute13 Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yes finally some real rococo not that LOLITA that everyone thinks is rococo when its really just based on rococo clothing. so more modernized rococo. i am not being racist but they don't give the europeans credit for lolita because they are not the ones who made rococo they were just inspired by it!!!!!
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:iconfeldjaeger1757:
feldjaeger1757 Aug 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OK, if you do not have interest in genuine reeneactement, then cuts me please as a member ...
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:icontheladybarbossa:
We do. It's simply putting it in the right folder. If it's more a drawing or looks like it, we tend to put it in the traditional and digital art. If it's a photo, it will go under Photos. If it's a photo of a reenactment, it goes into the reenactments folder. Again, it's all about what proper folder it goes into.
Many of the admins here are reenactors and living historians, so we are well acquainted with what is what of the 18th c.
Please don't take too harshly our dilemma of what folder to put it in. We want to display the art work proper. And it's a fantastic piece of art, make no mistake about that!


~Lady B
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