I'll admit: It was hard choosing from all of the comments that were posted since I'd made the announcement. I became especially worried when I realized I'd forgotten to detail what time on Sep 11 entries were no longer being accepted. It got so bad that I'd spent the entire night of the deadline gripping the edge of my seat!
(Granted, it was the toilet seat since my local Taco Bell was having a two-for-one special earlier that day - but I digress. )
Picking the winner of the first ever "Comment Party" contest was a really close decision! In fact, the decision was so down to the wire that if I wore it to the beach, I would go to jail for indecent exposure! ( Again) I was so nerve-wracked that the entire time I was making my decision I kept holding my breath, only occasionally stopping to exhale...
...and then inhaling and holding my breath again ...
Look, you get the idea. It was a long and difficult choice, but in the end, there could be only one.
So who won?
Well, I'll get to the result eventually - but first, let us examine that question philosophically; As the great philosopher, Nice Peter, once put it: "What is 'winning'"?
Okay, okay. The winner is: Dynamoe!
So congratulations, Dynamoe!
With the overwhelming turnout, I declare this "Comment Party" to be A SUCCESS and look forward to doing it again!
You may be wondering who I am, why I'm here and what I do.
Well, so am I.
I guess the general outline of whom or what I am is: AtOneWithThePants.
Yes. I am AtOneWithThePants…are you?
Why I'm here: Because you didn't shut the damn window.
What I do: Take silverware.
But I guess you're more interested in reading what I'm going to do on Deviant art.
I work mainly with "children's" franchises. Not because I particularly like some of them (Dora the Explorer? HELL NO!) But because I think the art styles and character designs have potential and look cute. I try to bring and mix the flexibility and depth of the characters and settings of some of the more mature works to the art styles of these franchises.
Things like realistic shading, reflections and fabric renderings aren't things you see in most storybooks every day. Hell, you're probably not going to see it here, but I try.
And another thing:
COMMENT OR DIE
I want people to comment (thoughtfully) and provide feedback on all my pictures as much as possible. If people were doing NOTHING BUT favoriting and viewing my pictures but not commenting, I would quit.
You give me a lifetime supply of paper and pencils, a high performance computer with a built-in scanner and drawing tablet, Adobe Creative Suite 17 (complete with ultra sucking action) and dump me on the moon by myself so you could broadcast what I do on Cable T.V. and I'll just take out a bong and start hitting it like Tina Turner.
I need feedback. Without it this site is nothing. And don't worry, I'm not one of those cunts who try to discourage negative comments and censor people who don't like my pictures.
I'm actually one of those cunts who don't recycle, takes an extra sample from the tray, ignores KEEP OFF GRASS signs, gets into arguments with children and pisses on burning homeless people without knowing they're on fire.
No, I'm not a republican. There's a slight difference:
I love honest comments!
You have to be really dumb to make me hide your comments or block you. So don't be dumb, or I'll find you. Like how I found Waldo!
(Don't call the bluff, don't call the bluff.)
Other than that, don't steal pictures and try to repost them as your own. If you are going to repost them on another site, give proper credit to all of us (Me, the original creators and copyright holders).