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This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
By moving, adding and personalizing widgets.
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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
Don't forget, restraints can bring out the creativity in you!
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A painting that I did as a gift to everybody who support my art and encourage me to keep getting better and better If you want to get the full version of this artwork, just download it using the right button. Feel free to use it as a wallpaper, print it, but please do not repost it anywhere or claim as your own.
If you ever have doubt about what does a horse really want, just look at this movie. Domestication and usage has made us forget how important a herd is to a horse, as any social mammal, they just need to be in contact with other horses. People usually thinks that a horse (and every single social mammal) want to stay in a herd because he feels safe there, however, it is the other way around. They stick together because the bond that they have with each other makes them want to be together, and they eventually feel safer than being alone. Yup, the same that we feel when we are with our family or friends. I'm honestly tired of reading everywhere the old school ethological explanations and silly justifications for 'leadership' that go like this: 'social animals stay in groups because they feel safe and they need to follow a more experimented leader to survive'. There is enough evidence in cognitive ethology to prove that it's actually bonding and personal relationships what makes social mammals stay together, and not just a selfish desire to survive. It is time to get real, break that barrier that we humans have built through many hundred of years that separates us from the rest of the animals and assume that, after all, we are not so different as we think we are. EDIT: Added the time-lapse video link at the top of the description!