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Who Are You But An Artist by CrumbledWings Who Are You But An Artist by CrumbledWings

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This piece is meant to talk all types of artists whether they be sculptors/creators, photographers, photo manipulators, poets, musicians ,etc and how they each amazing in their own way, and the should never allow themselves to be put down because they are amazing. The cover image was done by `hibbary . I also the piece was originally different but i decide to change the wording to make it similar to this sony commercial i like, much more inspiring this way. Hope everyone enjoys :D
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LaughButts Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"You, who can manipulate the world."

CrazyMai Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Student Writer
Hahaha so true ♡
AngelBunnyXOXO Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014
tommyboywood Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
line 9 is missing the word "you" and there are at least three misspelled words in this piece,  yet over 22k views.  i'm definitely spinning my wheels contributing to this "art" site.  nothing personal.
CrumbledWings Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014
Oh i noticed those a while ago. On the day i submitted it even and if you go down you'll see people have commented on it before. I don't want to change it though. Its a pdf , rewriting it without the typos and converting it into a new pdf is too much work for a piece i truthfully don't care about
xToxicFlossx Featured By Owner Edited Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ouch..... You might wouldn't want to say that dude.....
HokiMaru Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
it hurts a little
seeing you say you don't care about this piece when many people love it.

i don't mind the typos, just that.
MISNP Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Student General Artist
 Love it!
I have no wordsFavourites Pat pat Tight Hug :hooray: I'm on fire! Headbang! #1 Woohooooo! This is great! Never stop drawing:) That goes for everyone.
Melanie-sama Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2013  Student Artist
Thanks, you just gave me the balls to tell some people to shut up. My characters are my life, and a few people who've clicked on them can't help but nitpick on things I've already explained about them.

Daniel is a vampire. People ask how he can walk in the sun, and you don't even want to hear the amount of notes comparing him to Twilight(which is pretty much the complete opposite of my interests). I've clearly stated he uses tons and tons of sunblock... Modern vampires, they exist.

Sayen is a Necromancer who uses his powers for good purposes. He doesn't act like a macho, likes to read, and loves sweets. This somehow makes him a gay stereotype in the eyes of some. Why should all men have to conform to the macho stereotype?

Charlie is... well, just nuts. ^^; He's convinced the hamsters are plotting something, and has a thing for rainbows, ever since his first day of school, which he was very nervous for. The rainbow reassured him. He has rainbow bangs, which some people find ugly. Hey, don't like, don't look, I say. =/

Marshall hunts undead to defend the neighbourhood he lives in. His only flaws are that he doesn't like legends and myths, and the fact that he smokes. He more then often refers to it as a bad habit, and he wants to quit. This somehow still promotes smoking, it seems...

And last but not least; the character with the most morally heavy backstory. Jake is a victim of constant bullying at school, both beatings and scoldings. He's afraid to tell anyone about it, because the last time he did, he ended up in the hospital thanks to his main bully, Butch. Jake contemplates suicide in his story, but I'm not spoiling if he survives or not. It turns out this concept is too 'unrealistic and over-dramatic, not to mention outdated'. Yeah, tell that to me, his creator, who experienced getting bullied FIRST HAND. I felt that subject still needs attention, since it still happens, and still costs a shocking amount of lives a year. Yet it's still an underrated problem.

God, comments about these things, in a rude manner, made me want to quit so many times. But some things I just can't turn my back on, now can I?
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