I wanted to thank you a lot about it. I've been on DA for three years and I thought I wouldn't reach this number of watchers. I've never put much effort of being known and I'm not as good as I want at drawing neither, so thanks you <3
Oh, and don't think your invisible for my! Like I said several times, I do like stalking people and even if I don follow you back, I sometimes go to your gallery for seeing if some of your have uploaded something.
Now, I'll talk a bit about myself and my problem with social networks.
Like you might have noticed, I don't usually talk about myself, the way I think and the things I like, and I show these things slightly through my drawings, the stuff I favorite, the groups I'm in...
That's because I'm a really sensitive person and even in the real world people have laughed about me because of that. On the internet, you expose yourself to more people and the results of talking are worse.
I think that the best is to not talk just about the way you think, but our society is so respectful that even if you say "Hey, this game is cool" you get lots of messages saying things like "Its fandom is shit", "Seriously? Are you part of that cancer too?", "People like you should be banned from the internet" and similarities.
Now, the thing is that I want to open an account on Tumblr and another on Twitter because I want to follow some artists that haven't got DeviantArt, but I'm afraid of these networks,
firstly because what I said before and because I had a bad experience on Twitter some time ago.
I used to follow a guy and, one day, after saying his thoughts about something related to social justice, people started to criticize him very hard. I didn't say it but I agreed with that guy and all that situation made me feel really uneasy and like I wasn't welcome there.
I think that people want us to be different from the rest of the world, but just the way they are. If you are yourself and unique, then everyone will be against yourself.I'd like someone to talk about all of this and give me some advice.
Thanks you for reading this and I'm sorry for my bad English.