It occurred to me that in my recent deviation
's edit (the edit being removed now that I no longer need it), I may have come across as saying "Hey guys why aren't you leaving me comments"
which is NOT what I wanted to say
I'm grateful for most of the comments you guys leave (I'll leave the ones I don't appreciate for another time), and I appreciate them mostly for that fact that you guys make them spontaneously of your own volition and as a natural response. I like this kind of honest feedback to the point that I would encourage you to not
leave a comment if you don't feel like it (and I believe a large number of you do.
So for that reason, I apologize to anyone who had to explain to me why they didn't leave a comment.
You guys should never have to explain yourself to me, unless you are leaving slanderous messages on my page and shoutbox and reporting violations on my deviations left and right for no reason. What I really
mean is that you guys don't need to tell me why you fav'd half my gallery and didn't say a thing. You are totally free to do that, and I respect that. I myself don't leave comments very often, so I don't expect anyone to do so for me. It is welcome, though, and much appreciated.
The other thing I want to say is that yes, I do read all comments you leave. I obviously do not respond to them all, and even sometimes my closest friends can leave comments without my saying anything (sorry! I really do try to make an extra effort). Whether I respond or not does not have to do with how much I like you or your comment, though. Someone might say "I loved this!" and another will say "I am disappointed" and I might just not say anything to either. Or I might just silently place it in my folder of memories for laughs, or to plot vengeance one day. WHO KNOWS.
Oh, and as long as I have this journal set up about comments, I also want to point out that the Artist's Comments may or may not contain a story. That time I left a simple "No."
in the box, you guys did a splendid job of not giving me sass about lack of story. Up until about halfway through the day, when they started popping up. It wasn't a lot, and I wasn't upset, but I want to make it clear that if I do not feel a story is appropriate for a deviation (or the characters simply do not stir my imagination), I will not write one. Those things can take up to an hour to write (not everything I type makes it into the final draft).
Well, that's about it for now. Thanks for keeping me company so far, and I look forward to what the future has in store and turn a blind eye to the horrendous disasters that are sure to come!
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