Apologies to the few people who might have liked it, but I quickly lose interest in most projects that go through more than two or three sittings, so I'm quitting it. Sorry for breaking the promise
Now the ramble. Due to a complex regarding crying about own problems to others, caused by 'attention whore' labels from my early Internet days, those labels have always prevented me from telling various thoughts, therefore I've always shut up, swallowed it and tried to solve them myself. I no longer care about those labels though, so I'm using this chance to say what's on my mind again because I know doing that is not supposed to irritate anyone
Regarding one of the primordial Uvodd problems, I've always wondered how to let other people on sites like deviantART and Tumblr know that I exist, or that my modest art does. Or feel some worth of the time I spend on it. I don't know how many of you know I've been dealing with this for a while, but at some point, to put out art and news with a slight intention that other people "may see them" in mind, to pretend you're speaking to somebody in journals or picture descriptions when you're in fact talking to the walls plainly drives you up the... well, wall. Doing it all just for yourself eventually makes you question its worth and no longer suffices.
When I look at everyone around me, I don't understand how they do it. How do other people get along so well together? How do others notice and care about what they say or comment? How do others appreciate and comment on their art? What makes them, or their work interesting or approachable in particular? How does one approach strangers on the internet without repeating the same few lines and compliments, without looking like a creep, or a boring simpleton? How does one catch somebody's attention and evolve things into friendship? Is there any information about me that deteriorates my image to others? Any things that I say or do? I asked myself those and many more questions like them and failed to find answers, so I'm doing something I find completely okay, asking others about it, thinking that there is a chance to find a bit of truth out.
I've had the idea of summing up the entire "Uvodd's internet problem" for some time, and honestly, having written it is something I felt I really had to do. Although there's more going on in my mind, I tried to cover the essence, so if you took your time to read this, I'm sincerely grateful