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    You attacked because you don't like to read the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorinji_Knight View Post
    You attacked because you don't like to read the truth.
    What truth? That games and movies get more coverage and responses than the posters and advertisements for those games and movies? Anyone who denies this is void of reality.

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    You are devoid of reality if you think this was what people where arguing about. It was about the attitude. Boo hoo no one looks at my stuff... No you can't look at it... If it was a movie or a game people would look at it... stuff. Get real.

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    Multiple accounts/sockpuppets are also bannable.


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    If we just ignore him maybe he'll go away.

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    So.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QueenGwenevere View Post
    Even with design, I might point out that there are many famous designers and many iconic, famous designs that everyone recognizes instantly.
    Saul Bass is totally my new hero

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    What an annoying little twat! Well deserved banning

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    So, a sock-puppet-wielding troll who builds up a convoluted thread of nothing and repeatedly urges people to "read the OP"... I swear this same creature has been through here before. The pattern is mighty familiar somehow.

    Just waiting for "koalasFTW" to show up now...

    I hope not though. I might be tempted to keep feeding it.

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    this is the most beautiful thread ever. I'm gonna keep an homage to this brave little boy who shed rays of truth on the clueless conceptart sheeple. he might be banned but the memories of his crazy ignorant shit would be around forever. people would rite epic books and sophisticated poetry all dedicated to him, and than, his art becomes famous by proxy.

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    If you'd like to get your work out there, I would recommend starting with sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and DeviantArt. It takes time to get noticed, but once you get people interested, they usually come back for more.

    I personally use Facebook so that my friends and acquaintances are aware of what I'm doing (it's much easier to get someone you already know to look at your work), as although they may not be the widest of audiences, it's still encouraging when you get feedback from your friends.

    I use Twitter so I can network with other artists; other artists are far more likely to look at and give feedback on your work. It works both ways of course; if you look at their work and give them feedback, they're much more likely to look at your work.

    Tumblr I personally haven't had as much luck with yet, but I use it because it's so easy to post on, and because people can reblog your work quickly and easily, giving it even more exposure.

    DeviantArt can be a real pain; it can take ages to get anyone viewing your work regularly, and it can become really discouraging. However, I use it because I've found that if I keep on posting stuff, submitting it to groups, and networking with other artists on there, I do slowly gain more viewers.

    I hope this helps, and I hope it's the kind of answer you were looking for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchdebunch View Post
    If you'd like to get your work out there, I would recommend starting with sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and DeviantArt. It takes time to get noticed, but once you get people interested, they usually come back for more.

    I personally use Facebook so that my friends and acquaintances are aware of what I'm doing (it's much easier to get someone you already know to look at your work), as although they may not be the widest of audiences, it's still encouraging when you get feedback from your friends.

    I use Twitter so I can network with other artists; other artists are far more likely to look at and give feedback on your work. It works both ways of course; if you look at their work and give them feedback, they're much more likely to look at your work.

    Tumblr I personally haven't had as much luck with yet, but I use it because it's so easy to post on, and because people can reblog your work quickly and easily, giving it even more exposure.

    DeviantArt can be a real pain; it can take ages to get anyone viewing your work regularly, and it can become really discouraging. However, I use it because I've found that if I keep on posting stuff, submitting it to groups, and networking with other artists on there, I do slowly gain more viewers.

    I hope this helps, and I hope it's the kind of answer you were looking for
    You did read the thread right?

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    I had something here and realized I posted after the banhammer came down. I are the fail.

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    Hey, you are saying you have done lots of art.. and now what?? well, show it off or GTFO.. thats all there is to it.. stop wasting people's time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star Eater View Post
    You did read the thread right?

    I actually didn't when I replied, no. I only read the opening post.

    I just jumped in trying to be helpful, as usual. Woops! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffX99 View Post
    So what's up? How can we help you? I'm genuinely interested in seeing your work and offering feedback. Just not able to do so currently.
    If done correctly, this is the portal to a fresh start, better attitudes all around, and moving forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchdebunch View Post
    I actually didn't when I replied, no. I only read the opening post.

    I just jumped in trying to be helpful, as usual. Woops! lol
    It's okay.

    We all make that mistake at least once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmenSpirits View Post
    It's okay.

    We all make that mistake at least once.
    Yep...won't be making it again haha

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    Haha, I hadn't looked at this thread until my last reply.
    Well, if the OP ever sees this...I still look forward to seeing his amazing, completely un-critable art!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty View Post
    Haha, I hadn't looked at this thread until my last reply.
    Well, if the OP ever sees this...I still look forward to seeing his amazing, completely un-critable art!
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...61#post3490461

    Have at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmenSpirits View Post
    Yeah...no. That's the same broken link, or whatever...nothing you can see there. Somehow Giacomo was able to see it then the guy must have locked it up or deleted the images or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffX99 View Post
    Yeah...no. That's the same broken link, or whatever...nothing you can see there. Somehow Giacomo was able to see it then the guy must have locked it up or deleted the images or something.
    Curses!

    Foiled again. That darn wabbit!

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    Yep. As far as I can tell from his post dates, the OP uploaded a portfolio, someone commented on it, and the OP immediately freaked out because OMG PEOPLE CAN SEE HIS ART AND GIVE FEEDBACK, so he removed it at once.

    So yeah. Posted art, got feedback, removed art, made post asking how to get feedback, denied everything, got banned, got banned again. All in one day. Must be a record.

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    Oh yea, I saw that before it was removed. I Don't know much about graphic design but it actually looked pretty good to me. And i mean if Giacomo says something looks solid and professional, that's a hell of a good thing. He did a lot of movie posters for more recent movies like Hanna and Black Swan. Irony I guess. Hm. Oh well. let's move on

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    Quote Originally Posted by QueenGwenevere View Post
    So yeah. Posted art, got feedback, removed art, made post asking how to get feedback, denied everything, got banned, got banned again. All in one day. Must be a record.
    He actually had a third account, banned that one too.


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    Glad the Troll is gone. Ty Elwell for banning him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QueenGwenevere View Post
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