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Minecraft: Adorabolical House of FlowersMinecraft: Adorabolical House of Flowers by pikadudeno1
We're going to take a look at my build on Mindcrack Island! MI was a PlayMindcrack attraction where players could buy plots and build a world together, on an island filled with areas themed after the then-29 members of Mindcrack. Unfortunately, lack of attention from developers and Mindcrackers led to interest petering out, but I looked at it and took it as a challenge to make something neat with a limited area and limited selection of blocks. And since I'm a big fan of Team Adorabolical and cuteness in general, I created the Adorabolical House of Flowers at the Adorabolical border on Rellybits's side! These were the palettes I had to work with.
As you approach the Adorabolical House of Flowers from spawn or Aureylian's portal at night, it glows to greet you~
FAQMan's Code of ConductFight ignorance and promote knowledge.FAQMan's Code of Conduct by pikadudeno1
Be there for anyone who needs a little help.
Examine everything with the deepest scrutiny, and ask questions frequently.
Show deviants the way down the path of awesome.
Practice stealth and concealment, and if you realize that someone is watching you, thank them.
Stay level-headed. Never let your rage show itself... except on those who disregard FAQ #873.
Never reveal your secret identity. Your pointy ears and disconnected hands/feet are a bit of a giveaway, but the idea is to never allow your identity to be definitively known.
TMD: 10 X 1010 X 10: A History of deviantARTTMD: 10 X 10 by SRaffa
Proud to be a deviant? This history belongs to you. Is it long? You bet it's long-- ten years in the making long, told by ten of the deviants who built deviantART and kept it alive. So brew up a fresh pot, print up some pages, and sit down to the story of the decade
matteo (co-founder, deviantART): I was eighteen when deviantART first opened its doors. I was so young and naive. I had this idealistic vision of an online community of artists, coming together to promote creativity and the freedom of expression. We had no idea that it would actually succeed beyond our wildest dreams.
jark (co-founder, deviantART): At the time deviantART was conceived, I was living in Chiba, Japan. I had been working on websites for a few years and was actively brainstorming ideas for a new website. My main experience up through that point had been in the MP3 scene; I worked on a site called CyberTropix, briefly ran a skin
Don`t be RudeSo, been wanting to write one of these for a long time, i have made journals regarding this subject before.Don`t be Rude by Sortvind
So, Basically what i want to say is that people should show more support to the people who upload free-to-use stuff on this site.
Icons, wallpapers, themes, stocks, all free to use, all they ask for is a thanks or a fav if you use it, and they hardly get any!
I am not sure why it is like this, but it seems to be a common thing, in all these customize sections.
Just now i saw a wallpaper with 2000 downloads and 28 faves, 10 comments.
I see icons with 70 000 views, thousands of downloads, and 80+- faves.
Many of them write in the artist comment; "please show your support"
and we should!
Why should people who work hard for others keep on doing it if we can`t take a few sec to write thanks or a half sec to fav if we use or like it.
You can find things, legal, free, all they ask is some sort of reply, show your support and change this.
Thank you for reading
*i don`t upload thi
Exploiting dA Legally With A ScriptIn short, what is this news about?Exploiting dA Legally With A Script by MarikBentusi
It's about accounts that use a script to add ten thousands of deviants to their watchlist in a matter of days. Some people backwatch, that's how the script-account gains popularity and watchers (or points via donation if you want to). Even if they don't backwatch, some people will at least look at the site and may watch through your gallery or journal.
It's legal, I asked the helpdesk on this.
The problem is that the deviants being added by the script feel betrayed and disappointed. I want to inform people about this in the first place so they don't fall for those "traps". You can have a look at their gallery stats to see if there's something suspicious like ten thousands of watches. A profile full of "Thank you for the watch" comments is also suspicious.
Ideally however, I'd like deviantART to improve their security so those scripts stop working. I fear those scripts to get popular and watch-notifications to become meaningless. I don't want to