Group DescriptionWelcome! from Julia Kay, your Portrait Party host.
A Portrait Party is an event where artists get together and draw each other. Since we live all over the world, it's not always possible to get together in person. This group (affectionately known as JKPP) Is a virtual Portrait Party in which artists draw each other from photos posted for that purpose. All members of the group are therefore both subjects of portraits and creators of portraits.
JKPP is still in full swing and open to new members by application.
If you want to join the Party, you should be open to different interpretations of your photos - for instance, in my drawings people often look older and grumpier than they are, or more colorful. Not all of the artists work in a realistic style - some portraits are more abstract or conceptual. If this will make you uncomfortable, you shouldn't participate.
That said, the intent of JKPP is to provide a supportive environment where we can celebrate each other's work and grow in our artistic abilities. Therefore:
* No nudity
* No violence
Admins will remove all of the above, and any other images which are demeaning, at their discretion. If your portraits include these elements or are otherwise intended to make your subjects uncomfortable, then you also shouldn't participate.
If you have nude images in your photostream - photographs or drawings - you must follow flickr guidelines and mark them as moderate before applying to join.
If you accept these guidelines, please upload some publicly-viewable images of your non-photographic artwork to your flickr account before applying to join. During the join process, be sure to answer all the questions. If you're approved, you'll be sent an email with the technical details about how the group works.
Approval emails usually go out about 3-4 weeks after application. Thanks for your patience.
Group RulesGreetings from your Portrait Party Host!
Please be aware that this group is only for non-photographic portraits of other members of the group, and that everyone who participates is both subject and artist.
1. This group is NOT for portraits of people not in the group.
2. This group is NOT for self-portraits.
3. This group is NOT for photography.
4. You must be willing to post photos of yourself for everyone else to draw.
Before requesting to join the group, please upload some of your non-photographic artwork to your flickr account, and make sure the permissions are set so they are publicly viewable.
On the next screen, flickr is going to ask you to send an email requesting to join the group.
In order to be considered for the group, in your email you must:
1. Acknowledge that the group is only for non-photographic portraits of other members of the group.
2. State that you are willing to post photos of yourself for everyone else to draw.
3. Tell me a little bit about your interest in the group.
I would also love to know how you heard about the party.
If you do not understand these rules, and need help in another language, please let me know in your request to join.
If you are accepted to the group, you will be sent an email explaining the details of the group's structure and how to get started.
Please do not draw from the posted photos until/unless you are accepted to the group.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe