[bq]Don't draw for "feedback or praise." That's a recipe for disaster. You'd still draw if there was no internet to post it on after all, right?[/bq]
That's not the main point I'm trying to come across, a lot of what I am trying to do is just posting it, to have it saved, and to see IF ... "IF!" people
[bq]Or maybe it should be don't post for that reason. If you only upload to get your 'notice me!' fix, you won't be happy. Because you'll end up drawing what's popular to post rather than what you actually want to draw. And get disappointed every time you get less attention than you thought you'd get.[/bq]
[bq]You've uploaded five pictures in three months. How many tens of thousands other pictures were uploaded in that time?
It's normal that you didn't get attention. It isn't even that people don't like or care about your art. It's that they never noticed it in the first place. Because it was only a few drops in a constant downpour.[/bq]
Most of my work so far has been from my mind and what I wanted to draw, not what others want me to draw. I am not a type of person to be the showboat, when it comes to my creativity. I think I can make that very clear. I've always drawn my artwork for myself. Never from what an audience expects.
When I say, "and figuring out what I want do and how I want do it", I really mean that my ideas were cut short. I never really got them to come out due to many struggles I've had in the past, destroying the motivations I could of had to even do it, EVEN WHEN drawing for MYSELF!~
And for the main page on here... anything is visable, it's about the on perspectives and filters.
[bq]And obviously. Diaper fetish. Your pics won't show on default filters and that's an instant blacklist for many people. Me included. So your art will always be less noticed than regular art.[/bq]
'Regular art' ...
My artwork, is not meant to be COMPLETELY suggestive. It's more of a inspiration in a 'what-if' universe and is not meant to be confused for just one thing in the picture.
[bq]You're a recent drop in a years-old bucket. If you expect people to notice you from the start, yeah, you'll be disappointed. And if you put so much focus on 'internet attention' to begin with… Yeah, I've seen that before. Never pretty. Especially when depression's involved. Pretty much a poisoned gift.[/bq]
I'm am in no FULL expectations, I open up to waiting, even when it comes to what is in my artwork. Everytime I post something, I know the rating count will be low, and I understand that.
[bq]It's good as a sketch, a draft, work in progress. I understand what everything is supposed to be. But when I look at it, I think "cool concept art, when's the final product?"
Like, if you read a comic book where all panels were like this, would you consider it a completed comic book? There are some monochrome, traditional comics out there and they don't look like that. Or they're labeled WIP.[/bq]