17/12/2013: Two and a half years in the making, The Doctor Who Monster Toy Book is now available as a PDF:
Toy photography provides great opportunities for artistic composition, creative lighting and is a good bit of fun. When done well a photographer can bring personality and even life to the inanimate objects being shot. Straightforward snapshots up to full photo-manipulations are accepted although we ask that a degree of artistic effort is applied to submissions, a grainy phone camera picture of a plastic figure in front of a PC doesn't cut it and WILL be deleted. All genres are welcome. Get creating!
So, why do we need another toy photography group? This one is orientated towards, but not exclusively so, the following genres:
Through the mediums:
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Television and Film
If you are unsure which gallery to submit to, then put your Deviations in Featured and then we can always create a new gallery for your work if it's a new theme. That said, we try to keep galleries to a minimum. We have a Doctor Who gallery, separate from Sci-Fi, as it generates a lot of Deviations and we don't want to swamp general sci-fi.
To submit work to Featured:
Click the 'Submit Art' button.
Choose your Deviation(s).
Click the 'Submit' button and then 'Done'.
Alternatively, if your permissions allow:
Click on the folder you wish to submit to or click on the + on the gallery bar.