See more screenshots and grab the extension at its addons.mozilla.org page (if you're on Firefox)
or its Chrome Web Store page (if you're on Chrome)
. Here is copypasta of the extension description from those pages:
If you love the people of deviantART.com, you'll love this. Just visit your Faves page (or anyone's, really) and click the heart in the address bar, and Deviant Love will list the artists featured there, in "most faved deviations" order. Pick an artist from that list, or right-click an artist's name on the Faves page and choose "List faved art from <deviant>", and get a list of the deviations they have there.
Deviant Love will happily report on any part of the Faves page you like. Head for a Collection before activating Deviant Love to learn about that Collection, or switch to the Faves page's Browse view for absolutely everything inside and outside all its Collections.
You can search for the names of artists and deviations - essentially, a basic Faves search, as you wait for deviantART to implement the real thing.
Deviant Love will also mark the artists who you are watching for new deviations.
Possible uses for this extension include:
- Browse the list of deviations from your favorite artist
- Pick someone from the list and leave a nice comment to brighten up their day
- Be pleasantly surprised that someone created several deviations that you faved at different times without realizing they're from the same person
- Find more artists to add to your watch list
- Find that one artist or deviation when you only remember part of the name
You can leave your feedback either here on this deviation page, or on the page where you got this extension. I'm not picky.
(Do both if you're willing to spend the time.)
- Galleries and collections aren't counted by this extension. For example, on my Faves page, hextupleyoodot's number is one less than it ought to be because my Fave of Paper Mario Style
isn't picked up.
- If an artist has chosen to restrict the viewing of any deviations to deviantART members only, Deviant Love won't find those deviations.
- At #DeviantLoveSoftware
, you'll find the official blog with release announcements and other stuff, and also a gallery where you can find/submit visual suggestions and mock-ups.
- The roadmap
is the place where the future of Deviant Love is written and discussed.
- The changelog
lets you know what's new about each release and read Deviant Love's release history.
- Deviant Love's heart is available in plz account form: ~deviantloveplz
- Find Deviant Love's source code & license at the PikadudeNo1/Deviant-Love repository at GitHub
If your love of the deviantART community is great enough for you to consider trying this, you should definitely check out deviantAnywhere for Firefox
or dA Message Notifier for Chrome
. They'll help you stay connected to dA by keeping you informed about any messages you receive.
The profile, gallery, favourites, watch, dice, and news icons are all (c) deviantART. Silk Icons
are (c) Mark James. The lightning bolt is (c) me. As for the heart... well, I don't know who can claim copyright to that. I drew it myself but I was copying the heart from this image
of dA's. So, who knows.