Ok, how to put this...........oh i know, the men and women who post their artistic creations here on deviantart put alot of thought, time, passion, heart, and effort into what they do. And i find it to be extremely annoying and disrespectful when someone who doesn't happen to believe that what a person does to express themself is true "art", goes around finding people's submissions just to leave very rude, hateful, and quite frankly pathetic commentary just to satisfy their own egotistical obsessions.
I dont go around on the site and leave rude comments on arts taht i dont agree with or li ke, i look for a moment, think to m yself, and then i move on until i find one that i do like to either add to m yfavorites or leave a comment upon that expresses my admiration and respect for the artist for taking the time that they did to express their artistic vision.
The point is that it shouldn't matter if someone doesnt' express themselves in the same way as everybody else. In fact artists should be given more respect for expressing themselves in a unique way even if their way seems confusing or strange at first glance. Whether it's through drawings, paintings, paintbrush, photoshop, digital photography, artistic nudity (regardless if you're man or woman, skinny or chubby, or of any specific ethnicity), sand sculpting, clay modeling, metal work, poetry, story writing (both inspirational & erotic), or even using a website to create cards inspired by their favorite anime & card games. The fact is that we're all different in our tastes, desires, and forms of self expression and none of us has the right to criticize a persons form of art negatively just because we do not agree with their medium of self expression.
As artists, as deviants, as human beings who express our feelings and thoughts through our various mediums we should be showing each other respect for our work and creativity. So my friends keep this in mind that it is our individuality and uniqueness in our creativity that makes us all the same, so please show some respect and maturity not just to myself but to all artists who have a passionate spirit, a creative mind, and a heart yearning for the acceptance of their artwork into the hearts of not just fellow artists but fellow people.