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Do you enjoy the company of gentlemen of science?
Then this is the place for you! Anyone can submit art, just choose the right folder for your content of choice. Remember, two submissions a day!
Founded 5 Years ago
Feb 12, 2010


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Salutations and Well-Wishes!
We're happy you've come by!

Please, if you've any questions, feel free to ask! You're free to offer input and free to simply sit and watch. We're quite friendly, despite that faint smell of sulfur in the air, and the obvious burn marks on the floor.. yeah, that's nothing to do with you.

But it has everything to do with SCIENCE!






We now have a new icon, provided to us by the fantastic Nannairb. c:

It moves! It was about time we got something a little more fascinating and suited to the group. If you have a moment or two, you should go over to the deviation and leave a comment or favorite!
Welcome, one and all!

What is a Gentleman of Science?
He is a man who takes his studies to a serious depth, and is known for his work- whether he be revered or infamous, tales of his exploits have traveled through gossip and paper alike! These are men who may uphold a very swell reputation (good or bad), are civilized and (usually) well-mannered, and above all are absolutely dedicated to their science!

Who may be considered a Gentleman of Science?
Well, if you'd fancy a few examples.. Dr. Henry Jekyll of London, for instance, a renowned chemist and physician, as well as Victor Frankenstein, whom is infamous for his monstrous creations. Mr. Griffin, otherwise known as the Invisible Man, is another grand example. Mind you, these are merely examples!

Anything I should know before submitting art?
'Gentlemen of Science' mostly pertains to the Victorian era (1837-1901) but we have folders for modern scientists, female scientists, and original characters!

It's fine if you've made your own interpretation of a classic character, and it's fine to submit art from a movie, book or musical! We're not too stiff about portraying one or the other.

If you have an original character, feel free to submit them to the right folder! When submitting original characters, please keep handy a description in the artist's comments as to their profile. I'd like to know their story!

If you have any questions, any at all, please send me (qui-non-stultus) a note!

Here's a little guide to what goes where..
Original Characters- a gallery for scientists of the Victorian Era, so long as they are original. If they're more modern, they'll also end up in the 'Modern Scientists' folder.

Classic Scientists- a gallery for scientists from different stories, that end up in the same picture, like Jekyll with Frankenstein or the Traveler with Griffin.

Dr. Frankenstein and Creature- As the title suggests, only pictures having to deal with interpretations of Dr. Frankenstein and his creations are permitted. It's fine if it's JUST Dr. Frankenstein or JUST one of his monsters.

Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde- This gallery is devoted to the ever-fantastic Dr. Henry Jekyll and his infamous Mr. Edward Hyde. Any and all interpretations of these characters should end up in here- even if it's JUST Mr. Hyde.

The Invisible Man, Griffin- If you've got an interpretation (not an original character) who is also known as the 'Invisible Man' who isn't Griffin, he can end up in here too. This includes Rodney Skinner, the Hollow Man, etc.

Time Traveler- This one's pretty basic. Time Travelers (non-OC) through literature end up here.

Victorian OCs- Do you have an original character that qualifies as a Gentleman of Science? They would go right here, in this snug little folder. The more modern scientist OCs, however, would end up in 'Modern OCs'.

Modern OCs- As the title goes, more modern scientists- or futuristic -end up in here, so long as they're original characters! We do accept non-Victorian age scientists, afterall. Also, if there is a more modern interpretation of any of the above-stated classic characters, it may also end up in this folder as well.

Female Scientists- Requested by a member, a folder for female scientists, no matter the era, be they fictional, real or an original character!

Real Gentlemen of Science- Do you have something pertaining to Davinci? Maybe some writings relating to Jung? Here's the place to stick it. c:

Now, if there are any folder suggestions, or any bugs in the system (like if you can't submit to a specific folder), please note the group (or qui-non-stultus, the founder) and let us know so that we may fix it! Also, feel free to note us for suggestions, be it of featured art, favorites, or otherwise.

Thank you!
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Woohoper Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Can I submit my jekyll and Hyde drawing? 
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artbyrichy Featured By Owner Edited Jul 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks so much, I very much appreciate your acceptance of my 'Charles Darwin' drawing, and apologise again for missing the big picture of the range of folders that were there as submission-place options. No wonder religion exists, ho ho :-)  
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artbyrichy Featured By Owner Edited Jul 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi, just for future reference, could you tell me the reason why you rejected my 'Charles Darwin' drawing? It's the first time a group's declined it. Then I can understand the group better and learn from the downs as well as the ups :-) Thanks again
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RobotIndonesia Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2013
hayyy i have one

RobotIndonesia Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013
hey bro...i have one

this is..

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