2 submissions max. per day.
Submissions that contain mature content are generally accepted, unless we find them unsuitable for the group (extremely distasteful, porn, etc.)
If your submission was declined, do not send it again!
Schemes like removing and resubmitting previously accepted submissions for multiple times (once is fine for whichever reason) are not allowed.
Don't try to pass anything as something that is not, submitted to dA category it doesn't belong to (e.g. a smudged photo as a real digital painting).
If your submission uses stock, it must be credited in the description, as well as any other resources you've got permission to use.
Visual art. Traditional and digital art, crafts, cosplay, etc. depicting your favorite characters, cast, scenes from the TV show...
* Miniseries fanart is also welcome.
DO NOT ACCEPT:
Slash (rare exceptions are possible - from time to time some subtle slash/open to interpretation fanart might slip into the group with our discretion)
Copyrighted images/material: TV show promos, gifs, posters, wallpapers, cast photos, screenshots, etc. This means you cannot submit fanart 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 minor, e.g. a text using official font on the artwork to point out it's certain TV show fanart etc.)
Animated TV show related fanart (anime, cartoon)
WIP-s / unfinished works / doodles (exceptions: a single submission showing multiple WIPs and finished work and submissions which can pass as finished - b&w you plan to color later, section of the artwork that can stand for itself, etc.)
Dres-Up Dolls/Doll Maker art (i.e. submissions made via azaleasdolls.com website and similar where you create characters with virtual dress-up dolls)
The group reserves the right to remove any submission 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 free to ask for a reason if your work was declined.