So Eclipse is ComingSEE MY LATEST JOURNAL ON THIS HERE:
I'd like to organize a proactive event to show DA the possible results of a permanent Eclipse change-over. Instead of deactivating your accounts for good, or indefinitely boycotting the site, I'd like to make a Statement of Silence for those Users against Eclipse. Starting May 1st, I will not be active on Deviantart. I will not submit new deviations, journals or even visit the site for 3 Days time. From 12:00AM CST May 1st to 12:00am May 4th. (3 days) I ask all other Users who wish to keep old Deviantart to join me in this statement of silence.
Not Only Is Eclipse Difficult to Navigate
I HOPED I COULD SLEEP AT LEAST TONIGHT BUT NOOO DA HAS TO RUIN EVEN MORE THIS HORRIBLE YEAR.
So, for people that don't know the DA's team decided to make Eclipse permanent and retire the old version of the website, you read it right Eclipse, the horrible version of the website that no one asked or use is going to cancel the old DA, the one who we fell in love and joined with the heart full of hope to find great people and have fun.
What can we do to stop this before it's too late?
First of all, firm this petition, we are enough to achieve the goal of 500 if not more!
Join the #thesoundofsilencemovement here
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Okay. You all know me. And you all know that I do not take kindly to what I consider to be inferior reboots and so on. Especially when the thing being rebooted is a precious staple of my childhood.
Which it makes it feel all the better when I happen upon one that gets off on the right foot. That gives you that warm, nostalgic feeling from when you were young and puts a smile on your face that never leaves.
When I was still very young, I fell in love with The Mysterious Cities of Gold. An example of French/Japanese anime that made its way over to America, and I am so glad it did. I remember being enthralled by the stories, the mythos, the characters and everything else. I'd love to snatch up this classic on DVD if at all possible.
So when I found out that someone had made a sequel series...I was initially hesitant. I was not in the mood to see more of my childhood butchered.
Then I saw a trailer for this new series.And found myself feeling a lot better. Because while this sequel
Now that I'm making more progress on my commission work, I'll also be getting a few other things posted. That being said, my primary focus has to be on completing these current commissions, as well as wrapping up other works that have been left incomplete for far too long.
In regards to The Kinniku Kiss, the next page will have to hold you all over for a little while. I'll need some time to work on the script and rough out the next few pages. I'm also considering something special for the next few rounds of TFs. I'll be roughing out concept sketches that will be available on my Patreon.
I just found out that another cartoon from my childhood, The Raccoons, is set for a reboot.
I took one look at the artwork on display and was immediately horrified. Shoddy, substandard art that made my heart cry out in pain and made my brain hate my eyes just for forcing it to see such an atrocity. And I can't help but fear that the writing will be every bit as bad.
Seriously, aren't these times we're living in bad enough? Haven't the so-called reboots we've been subjected to been bad enough as it is?! I've already had to suffer from seeing abominations like ThunderCats Roar, and now I have to deal with this?!
I can't tell you how sick I am of seeing precious memories from my youth mercilessly butchered in the name of making of fast buck. Butchered by greedy pricks that don't care about the quality of the story or the animation or anything. They're counting on nostalgia to write them a check for free money.
Now some of you might think that I'm jumping to conclusions. That I'm
DA's Purge has begun as I can't see art on my watch list including yours. Now I'm scared because if this continues its going to scare away many artists who do nsfw art. DA if your reading this I urge you to stop perpetuating the fear and let artists do what they love.