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X-Button Awareness Contest Please this article to help spread the word. Thank you.X-Button Awareness Contest by LostKitten
When I initially considered using the dA Group systems as an interactive resource* in the community, many deviants mentioned the 'x-button' as their solution to e-worries. It made me realize that deviants could use a reminder that there is an option online. You do not have to continue conversations you disagree with or dislike while you're online.
Plus, having those sort of discussions within an art community, distracts from everyone's purpose. That is, whatever reason led you to create an account on deviantART.
* the deviantPlayNice resource has an interactive list of Frequently Asked Questions on the right of the Group front-page. Please, take a moment to read the FAQ, to better understand the intent of this dA-Group.
X-button Awareness Contest
Begins: January 1, 2011 Ends:
The True Point of dAI've been on dA for 2 years now. Our community is amazing in so many ways, even though it has some flaws. I give huge kudos to all of the dA staff that made this site possible. They are geniuses.The True Point of dA by fabulouslyDashing
But what I am here to say is simple: what does being on dA truly mean? It doesn't mean becoming GM's or admins of huge groups or seniors or any of that. It doesn't mean whining about not being a premium member or flaming people. It doesn't mean chats, or DDs or anything that makes dA more fun. The real reason that we are on dA is simple.
To make art.
I just wanted to share with you today a few words of inspiration: if there's something in your life that's holding you back from making your art, do not let it hold you back any more. Create art based on your life, on others lives, on your thoughts; do anything to break away from your art block and shine once again.
But here on dA there is more to "art" than drawing, painting, artisan crafts, writing, or the things we can submi