Two months ago, the community at slashTHREE celebrated the release of our finest pack yet, Odyssey. On top of that, after 6 months of hard work we finally released the newest version of the site itself, complete with new layout and many, man new features. To christen this new-look slashTHREE, we decided that we need a new theme; one that would not only spawn many different mediums of art and style, but would inspire artists to make their own interpretations and come up with new ideas. One word came to mind: Afterlife. The name stuck, and for almost the past two months, slashTHREEs staff and artists have been working diligently, and anticipating the release of what we believe is our finest pack yet. Ladies, gentlemen, boys and girls, we are proud to present to you; Afterlife.
Afterlife contains a total of eighty submissions from our group, in the form of traditional art, digital art, photography, music, and for the first time ever, a motion film. These works have been hand-picked by our artists and staff from over 180 entries, which means you can be certain youre getting the very best slashTHREE has to offer.
With this latest release, we decided that it was necessary to offer a special mention to the very creative mind of Tomin Vladimir (known as Myaka on the site), and acknowledge his fantastic, high-standard contributions to the pack. Tomin created an astonishing FIVE accepted pieces for this pack; three digital works, a photograph, and he was a part of the creation of slashTHREEs first ever motion submission, collaborating with NEO to make this possible.
Also, to enjoy the fresh artwork provided by the slashTHREE team more profoundly, slashTHREE art packs are now viewable with Piclens!
A quick glance at some of the work submitted
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