bitches don’t be so full of ourselves and be thankful for people reblogging ur art (and therefore liking it and promoting it) and of course people are entitled to delete the artist comment since it’s their fucking blog and they’ll do the fuck the want with them
LOL I can’t believe how greedy and unthankful some people can be
so since this comment turns out to be real, I’ll say this:
Under your logic, anyone would be “entitled” to punch you in your face if they wanted to and you shouldn’t have a problem with it because it’s their hand and they can do whatever the fuck they want with it. That’s your screwy logic.
Also… Greedy??? Unthankful?????
Who the fuck would be thankful that some asshole decided that their input on their own artwork, that they worked hard on, wasn’t good enough for their blog?????
I don’t want anyone reblogging my art who can’t even respect me enough to leave my commentary where I put it. We put our comments there for it to STAY THERE. REBLOGGING OUR ART DOES NOT MEAN IT NOW BELONGS TO YOU AND YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU PLEASE WITH IT.
What the actual fuck is wrong with you and everyone who reblogged your shitty comment????
Please also note that the length, subject, and relevancy of an artist’s comment do not change this.
Even if you feel the comment is too long— even if you feel the piece can do without it— it is not your place to remove the artist’s comment.
Removing a comment from a piece:
- takes away an artist’s voice
- disembodies an artist from their work
- may abstract needed clarity
- may remove important notes, details, or text that adds to the piece (even if you feel it does not)
- removes an easy link that allows people to find the artist (their username over their comment, that is)
- is straight up disrespectful
Please stop removing comments artists leave on their work.
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This is brilliant.
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