TV-shows is one of the oldest groups related to TV show fanart and, as there are many similar groups around here now for every and any kind of fanart, we focus on non animated and non slash TV show related art only.
WHAT CAN BE SUBMITTED INTO THIS GROUP:
Only visual art (that means no lit), traditional and digital artwork, crafts, cosplay etc. depicting your favorite characters, cast, scenes from the show etc. Everything TV show related your creative minds can think of and make.
WHAT CANNOT BE SUBMITTED INTO THIS GROUP:
Copyrighted images/material. No promos, gifs, posters, wallpapers, cast photos, screenshots, etc. of some TV show. This means you cannot submit art that contains copyrighted material: wallpapers, blends, manips, icons, stamps, etc. made using the promo photos/posters/screencaps/etc. An exception may be made only in specific cases when it's something really minor, like text using official font on the artwork to point out it's certain TV show fanart for example etc.
Works related to animated series (anime, cartoon) * you can submit a work in anime/manga, cartoon-ish style as long it's related to some non animated TV show.
WIP-s / unfinished works / doodles (an exception may be made for works which can pass as finished even though they are not: b&w you plan to color later, section of the artwork that can stand for itself etc.)
2 submissions max. per day
If your submission was declined, don't send it again!
Schemes like removing and resubmitting previously accepted work (for multiple times) are not allowed.
Don't try to pass anything as something that is not, submitted to a category it doesn't belong to (a smudged photo as a real digital painting for example).
If your submission uses stock, it should be credited in the description, as well as any other sources you've got permission to use in your work.
Deviations that include mature content will be judged on individual basis depending on if we find the work suitable for the group or not.
The group reserves the right to remove any work from the Gallery which wasn't supposed to be accepted in the first place.
Reason for decline is usually not given by default, but you're always free to ask for a reason if your work was declined, as well as ask any other questions you may have by sending a Note to the group.