I've already gotten rid of the works posted here that hurt me to think about the false words they got. Also the story snubbed by all. Don't expect anything of Frostbite posted here outside the piece already shown. Even that piece is showing it's self to live up to my low expectations.
Bots enjoy it. Zero acknowledgement by a living person says it doesn't manner that it's there.
I post the comic work because even if no one provides feedback or comments, at least the reactions show it's being read.
That's why one person here skimmed over 100 pages in five minutes without taking in story content and the proof shows. Never mind how much it hurts to have gasoline poured over two stories to that member.
I put myself down because hard work doesn't manner when I try my best.
When you make art or write stories the people will decide how much to invest in it. There is no point in demanding a certain level of acknowledgment for art or stories since the viewer will decide that on their own. There are people who think your work is extremely good but will never comment on it simply because they don’t want to. It is the artist's job to do art for the sake of it not because they want people to give a certain response in order to feel validated. When that is the case it drives people away since they are looking to be entertained not made to feel guilty. Most people like to keep their opinions to themselves for this very reason. Knowing people viewed your work would be enough for most artists and writers to be thankful for. They wouldn’t be upset with their audience if they didn’t have certain criteria met. I hope you understand that this is to help you see things differently.
I left here after it became clear only stories in which forum members used each other's OCs deserved feedback. I'm returning here today to show I never stopped working on the Loaded Stone. More stories are coming actually, not that anyone cares. The commenting I gave Ivy about ACME coming back shows back in swing in a story named "Red Skies" which is still awhile off from being illustrated because of other stories in between.