... bloated, sluggish oh-so-web 2.0 website!
It's so wonderful! I have yet to see website that is able to make Google Chrome crashed in 5 seconds--other than devianTART, of course!
So when do you guys plan on releasing "deviantART Lite Version 2.0"? December 12th 2012? That would be great! We all would be enjoying super-extra fast devianTART from hell at that time.
PS: Apologize for not being able to reply to all of your comments after such an inactivity. This journal explains it pretty much.
So, recently, there has been an on-going outbreak by Bleach fans for a comic accused of Bleach plagiarism. The comic in case is Incarnate, a comic drawn and written by Nick Simmons (yes, that Gene Simmons's son). Revealed and popularized by some Bleach LiveJournal community, the case has sparked wide attention from Bleach fans all around the world.
Here is one page example of comic in question. You can compare it by yourself:
deviantART itself has released a public statement concerning
1) If you are one of the first 5 people to comment on this journal entry, I will add you to the list!
2) For each of the 5 first people answering this journal I will put his/her avatar and the three deviations I like most from his/her gallery on the list~
3) If you answer, you'll have to do the same in your journal, putting the tagger on the first place, completing this way the list with 5 people. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone!
well, actually this one is not necessary, but this wouldn't hurt, ain't it? :D
1. ~Psychephilia (https://www.deviantart.com/psychephilia)
[Drawings] Tangled in Her
A question, my friend: how to turn off this crappy "deviation stacks" and "journal stacks"?
I understand this is an effort by the admin(s) to make deviantART a better place to live (who's going to? I'm not), but I, being a conventionalist, am not comfortable with this recent change. I prefer the linear approach to see new stuffs, not by such nitwit 'stack' categorization.
So what I have been doing in deviantART in this past few days (actually, not that long; I'm not lifeless, yet) is attempting to 'repair' this shit to 'normal'. Also known as: trying to make the notification looks like before. But my effort yields no result. There seems to
First of all, Happy New Year 2010. :)
I've gone for months, for many reasons that can't be explained here. Long story short, shi[f]t happens, it did happen--several times.
But as yesterday is history, I hope now I could finally welcome myself back to deviantART after all the matters. Though the end of holiday is nigh, and a tough semester awaits, it's no reason for me to stop the dAddict! :lol:
To celebrate my 2 years in deviantART--despite my inactivity--allow me to present you the crap-that-surprisingly-hit-the-most-faves:
[Aarroniero Arleri: Introduction]
It's almost 2 years since Tite Kubo introduced the arrancar, but it seems the gu