Well... Shit! Well, I guess that answers that. I was completely unaware that giving prizes away was against deviantART policy? Anyone care to explain...why or how, specifically? And why it's only relevant now? The backup got removed too, which wasn't really much, all in all, but still.More Like This
This isn't the issue. This is going around to others too. The more you know. :iconthemoreyouknowplz: ...The longer you live.
[EDIT]: An update of this entry by adding more screencaps about this. Big thanks to presaged and Meeshi for this.
DeviantART removed the raffle contest entry. You can't ever offer any form of the raffle, not matter which price you put in. They will always find a reason to remove it, if not worse, suspend you /or/ banishing your account for doing this. I'm really sick of the admins here. I'll be looking for a new art website This is seriously getting ou
On Success and FailureSo I had Markiplier videos on in the background while I was drawing my comics this evening, and I'm just letting the Five Nights at Fuckboy's playlist play automatically, and after like two hours of game time and about four or five shots of Fireball, Mark goes on this ramble about Internet fame and how hard it is to achieve it. Like, there's so many immensely talented people out there and so much competition, a lot of the successful people get there mostly through luck, and the vast majority of people never get the recognition they deserve.More Like This
Which seems really disheartening for a guy like me, because what he's saying can just as easily be applied to the world of webcomics. This is an extremely tough career to break into, and I do admit, there's been times when the odds seem so strongly stacked against me, I've thought about packing it in and seeking another career. But drunken Mark also goes on to say that the more you pour yourself into your work, the more confident you are in what you