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A simple way to search for creative commons art in DA, is to use Google advance search.

Put it in you google.com search:
"This work is licensed under a Creative Commons" site:deviantart.com

Click the word "Images" in the left of the google page. It will show images instead of pages.

Voila. You'll see all images under CC in DA.
If you want to be more specific in your search, you can add words in the search above.

It doesn't compares with an in-site feature, but at least it is a workaround...
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Xender1500 Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Do you happen to know how can I - and others - ask DA to make the creative commons under 4.0 attribution? I went through the help desk and I didn't find a way. I probably missed something. Can you help me?
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doctormo Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
There's no way to specify using the deviantArt tools, but you can always not specify a creative commons license in the tools and put your Creative Commons license in the description. This should include a link to the cc page/terms and perhaps a graphic. This goes the same for Public Domain, CC0, GPL and other possible licenses.
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Xender1500 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
I asked after I saw Copyright-Outlaw's comment below and your reply. Seems thee is no way to ask this of DA at the moment.

So simply to clarify things, the solution is posting a link in the description to the desired license, stating that it overrides the default license below?
Is that legally binding?

Thanks for the help :)
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doctormo Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Just don't specify another license, and yes, whatever license you specify as the copyright holder is binding. (except to deviantArt, who you have a different agreement with)
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Copyright-Outlaw Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey, I noticed my art was licensed under a creative commons attribution 3.0, but I wanted to make it under a 4.0 attribution. So  is there anyway to make it a 4.0 attribution here on DeviantArt? Thanks, bye.
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doctormo Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I don't think there is at the moment, you should ask deviantArt as soon as possible to help. The more we ask the more likely we get the function.
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