I can see that just about everyone I follow (that I checked up on, anyway) and even a few people who used to fight with me are all on the same page - that there's creepy fucking shit going on in this country right now.
America was once the "hero" country that devastated the Nazis. Only 70 years later, we've got neonazis celebrating in our streets because they feel that they've just "won" this country. Not just a bunch of memers posting pepes on fringe message boards; actual, dead serious Hitler sympathizers coming out in the open to say they're taking over America.
Whether they're capable of that or not, the fact that they feel that way is
After a couple years of scattered back and forth arguing, I had a really nice conversation with *Kajm (https://www.deviantart.com/kajm) and we both agree we'd rather put it to rest. My early impressions of him were pretty tainted; while we don't feel the same way about climate change, he's not a conspiracy theorist about it and doesn't think scientists are evil schemers or anything. There are certainly a lot of open questions in regards to both how much of an impact humans have and what exactly is going to come of it, it can just be difficult sometimes to talk about these issues without going too far in one direction or the other.
There's other people on DA I've had muc
Like a majority of other artists I know, I just haven't found Deviantart that effective as a sharing platform these past few years; it just seemed like it was still the only real option for the longest time. Anyone who follows me seriously enough might already know this, but I post art exclusively on my own website these days, where I get a whole lot more feedback and write an ongoing fiction series. I'm also using Patreon for even more art, since we don't have anywhere we can work where we're currently living. If you need details, you can message me!
It's funny to come by here and see tons of messages and notifications from people either as
Hi. I must say I've been a fan of your work since seeing the Heartlicker in 2012. Out of curiosity, you mentioned the Gloomizer sounding like Alan Rickman's Marvin. I personally imagine him sounding like Stephen Moore's Marvin from the radio series.
One day, I was browsing the Yume Nikki wiki. Upon clicking Uboa's article, I checked the trivia section of that very same article and found that it mentioned The Abyss! Now I've been in this Awful Hospital for the arbitrary time measurement unit of 558 pages...