This is what I don't like seeingI was browsing around deviantART today when I found a piece of art that I liked so naturally, I faved it.This is what I don't like seeing2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Sometimes, when I fav something, the artist will come to my page and leave a comment telling me thanks. Sometimes they won't. Either one doesn't bother me because I'm not looking for anything in return.
But to my surprise, when I faved that piece of art today, this was the comment left on my page a few moments later:
Instead of saying thank you, or showing some sort of gratitude, they had simply instructed me to comment when I fav.
I thought this was incredibly rude and obnoxious.
First of all, no one owes you anything on this site. Every time someone comments, favs, features, etc. anything you post, remember that they didn't have to do that, so be humble and be thankful.
And sure, it would be nice to upload something and get thousands of comments and thousands of favs, but I won't get mad when that doesn't happen. I'll just be happy with what I get because again, no
Face Your Monster Contest! TweetFace Your Monster Contest!4 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Monster Mask by $kozispoon
Artwork by $dxd
Monster Mask by $damphyr
Halloween is just around the corner and many deviants are already preparing costumes, pumpkins, and decorations. But our favorite spooktacular holiday just wouldn't be complete without gruesome ghouls and dastardly demons. Are you ready to Face Your Monster?!
Inspired by `manic-cure's recent community project, we're challenging you to make your face into a monster.
Read Official Rules »
Using traditional art materials, turn your face into a monster. Take a
picture of your face and upload to the contest gallery.
Take a photograph of your fac
Overhauled Schedule and New Divisional RealignmentI decided to balance out the divisions in my Fantasy WLAF league in order to have a schedule that was easier to have generated.Overhauled Schedule and New Divisional Realignment5 years ago in Personal More Like This
New York Knights
NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE
San Antonio Riders
Los Angeles Avengers
Mexico City Aztecs
Please don't take what you've got for grantedI'm from a Third World country called Guyana. It's located in South America, and while it's a beautiful country, it is a poor one.Please don't take what you've got for granted2 years ago in Personal More Like This
My parents and I emigrated to America in 1995, right before my third birthday, and we moved into a small, cold attic. For my first year in America, we had no furniture. We had no couches or chairs. We used to eat our dinner on a cold kitchen floor. At some point, I had came across a cardboard box which I had folded into two pieces and drawn cushions on. That became my "chair" for my first year in America.
As well as I know my father, I don't know the complete story about his childhood or how he grew up. My father was orphaned by the time he was sixteen years old and I vaguely know that he grew up in poverty.
A couple of years ago, my father was bringing home a pizza for me. I was hungry, so when he finally got home with the pizza, I said something along the lines of, "Oh, thank god! I'm starving." My father, whose eyes I'm the apple of, who's never yelled a
Straight, Bisexual, GayThese are nothing but labels.Straight, Bisexual, Gay3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Be proud of who you are no matter what!
True love is about making a connection with someone who touches your heart!
gender dosent play a role in this at all because true love is blind.
It's true we live in a society that is very judgmental but being honest with yourself and everyone else is the best thing you can do.
Never be afraid to show the one you love how you feel be they boy or girl....love is a beautiful thing that should be shared with whom ever you wish.
Rules and FAQOnce I met a dying childRules and FAQ3 years ago in Personal More Like This
and he said upon to me
Heaven changed the rules
So when you finally die
it will no longer hurt.
Thought we should get them up, so here they are. You must read the rules before joining.
Who can join?
Anyone who writes, or is looking for some literature to read!
...As long as you've read all of the Rules and FAQs!
You can only submit to the DeviantLITERATURE gallery once you're a member.
When you're a member, you are allowed to submit up to two deviations a day.
All submissions must be literature only.
Please do not submit advertisements. This means no Commission Lists, Competitions, etc. If you are seen to do this, you will be given a warning. A second time, and you could be banned from the group.
We expect you to submit to the correct folder to the best extent y