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Seniorityheader 2 by fourteenthstar
This article marks the latest additions to the dizzy height of Senior members in our community. With just over 1000 deviants holding the highly saught after Senior Member accolade -- it's clearly a moment that deserves recognition.


So what does it take to become a Senior? That's a question many have asked and have never really been able to get a straight answer on. Some have gained Seniority as a thank you for their time spent as a Volunteer, or to recognise their contribution to a particular project or collaborative action. Some have gained Seniority because of their community spirit, providing help and assistance to many other deviants and taking time out to promote the work of others in the community. 

Some people have received Seniority because of their artistic endevours, having a positive influence on their peers by sharing resources, providing constructive criticism and by being a voice that stands out above the many others who deviate to be recognised in the crowd.

Today, we present to you the following deviants who have all been awarded Seniority in our current round of community recognitions. They have all been nominated for their efforts in the community by deviants, Staff and Volunteers.
Our final batch of Seniors for 2013.
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PixoChaos Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
... Congrats to them! I might've not known some of them, but I'm still happy for them!
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Just-To-Look1 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Student General Artist
FYI, in "Some people have received Seniority because of their artistic endevours", you spelled 'endevours' wrong. The correct spelling is 'endeavour'.

Besides, what does it mean by "being a voice that stands out above the many others who deviate to be recognised in the crowd"?
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farand Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
I suppose it means that you're just your own unique self? Something a bit different to the mainstream? Of course, how you interpret it is up to you! :paranoid:
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Just-To-Look1 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Like a personality that no one has ever known?
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farand Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
Perhaps :o
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Just-To-Look1 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Student General Artist
Maybe. :roll:
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farand Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
I'm sorry for the lameness of my answers. I wish I could tell you what makes people seniors. Apparently, fourteenthstar has said that it's a holistic thing, so it's taking into account everything you've done, rather than just for one specific thing... although FAQ #29: How do I become a Senior Member? says that some seniors are given it for their artistic endeavours (which is one particular thing, right?)... Have fun! That's what I would say. Just have fun, do what you continue to do, be honest, and respectful, but question people as to their motives, which is treating people honestly and with a sense of dignity
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Just-To-Look1 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Student General Artist
I know that to become a Senior Member is all the postive things that someone has done, but thanks for the advice on the last few sentences! :)
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PhilS1761 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
How do I volunteer?
What I offer: almost 60 years experience in photography, willingness to take the time to help others improve their skills.
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LinkBug Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014
You want to be a volunteer right! Just go and submit your application here www.surveymonkey.com/s/L5P53KM
And you can be a volunteer :hooray:
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