Wizard llama has never looked so good
I'm sorry to intrude, but I think I should step in here, and point out what I see happening: you over-reacted to a completely harmless comment, and basically made yourself into a assimilation of your screen name. I'm not sure if you are aware of this, but dA is a community of artists. This piece of art is available to comment on. If you leave comments running, people are going to leave comments you don't agree with. It's normal, and the only thing you can do to avoid that is to disable comments completely. However, a truly mature human being with an ounce of decency would simply take the comments in stride and think nothing of them. You need to understand that people are free to say whatever they want on this website, and letting them get under your skin is not a good way to go about your business here on dA. Now, assuming you are not the type of person to normally flame and rage over an innocent comment, and that, perhaps you were just having an off day, or maybe you just feel particularly protective of this piece, I would like to ask you to be careful of responding to comments that you dislike. A much better thing to do if you don't agree with what a person is saying is to simply hide the comment by clicking on the pencil in the top right corner and clicking hide, or ignore the comment completely. It isn't necessary to respond, and doing so only escalates the matter. If it really means that much to you, make comments unavailable, but don't pick fights. Graegirl did not look like she was trying to pick a fight here, she looked like she was trying to make you smile, and you responded in a vicious and rude manner. I understand wanting to defend your art, but that is simply not the way to do it, especially when the comment was obviously intended to be a joke. You made it personal, and she responded defensively. In that statement, I am saying that your flippant comment was the escalating factor in this argument. Not her joke. The only impression she was under was that you would be mature enough to smile and move on. An impression, which was clearly made in error.
With that, I bid you a good day, and success in your endeavors,
I truly hope you find happiness,
This is so lovely I just love it.
To be honest, I don't understand why you wrote this because I didn't ask you for llama. I only comment your art because I like it. Don't worry, I want make that mistake again.
And yes, i kinda dislike the pick because it seems like the artist never bothered to even look at a llama reference.
And i dunno if i'm that original but i was drawing them 3 years before the trend started...
Derp, seems too easy to get faves these days with llama themed things, I wonder if the badges will ever be stopped =/ lol Still, keep up your lovely renditions of them!
Your drawing skills give even more dramatical accents than the motif itself *lol* Really great!