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Sat Sep 26, 2015, 4:56 AM
ProjectComment has been an active group since 2009 to give you the constructive comments you deserve!

We have many projects that encourage our awesome members to give comments and get comments. These projects involve workshops, features, chat events, contests and, more importantly, systems that rely on interchange, inclusion and interaction.

To both give and get comments is no easy task, but, with the many projects that we have here, we hope that you find something that works best for you. If not, why not make a suggestion by noting us?

Additionally, if you have any questions or anything else at all, please do not hesitate to contact us! :love:

Our Values


Our awesome admins and members give comments and get comments with the following values in mind:

  • Interchange
    …to restore balance – comment for comment, positive and negative, give and take.
  • Inclusion
    …to accept all – every commenter, every art, regardless of skill or artist.
  • Interaction
    …to nurture together – educate, engage, elevate.


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Joining ProjectComment [^]


Membership into our group is automatically approved! We accept every kind of artist and all kinds of art. We don’t care if you are an expert, or a complete n00b, at commenting!

To join, you do not have to be an amazing artist or commenter. We believe everyone can write a constructive comment if they are willing to be open, to try and to learn.

So, what are you waiting for? :la:


I'm new! Where do I start? What do I do? [^]


Welcome to ProjectComment! Where you start and what you do is entirely up to you! There are many places for you to start, and many things for you to do. No one way is right or wrong.

ProjectComment encourages you to ask yourself what you really want from the group. Do you want comments? Do you want to give comments? Do you want support for your comments?

These are just some of the questions that you could be asking yourself. Once you have your answer, check out our visual help guide for new members to find where you can start and what you can do.

As a group, we encourage you to join us whenever you can. We understand that commenting takes time, and that you may not have time or be active much. That is completely fine with us! Many of our projects allow you to come and go as you please, but some of our projects do require more commitment, such as Gallery at a Glance, Comment Tag and Comment Wars.


ProjectComment "Projects" [^]


ProjectComment’s projects can range from workshops, to features, to chat events, to contests to actual projects and much more! Everything we have is to encourage you to give and get the comments you deserve, as well as aid you in your commenting.

Each project has its own rules, guidelines and information, as well as its own ‘Project Manager’. The Project Manager is the person to go to with any questions, suggestions or concerns about anything related to the project as they, essentially, manage the project. If you are not comfortable talking to the Project Manager, please note the group instead.


ProjectComment Rules [^]


ProjectComment’s rules and group standards ensure the efficiency and fairness of our projects for everyone. Your understanding of our rules and group standards is very much appreciated.

Constructive Comments


Comments made on behalf of ProjectComment should be constructive. What is a Constructive Comment?

For the comment to really help an artist, a rough measurement is a comment of around 7 consecutive lines as seen on a desktop computer. 7 consecutive lines is around 200 words. If you are using a mobile or tablet device, this translates to more than 14 consecutive lines.

Please do not interpret lines as ‘sentences’ or lines that should be broken up.
7 consecutive lines means that the lines should follow on from each other - one after the other.

To really help an artist, we also expect constructive comments to use What is a Constructive Comment? as a guide and basic foundation for your comment, not to be used or interpreted as the bare minimum required by ProjectComment. For further support, please review our Constructive Commenting: Guiding Questions (questions to consider when writing constructive comments) and Comment Hall of Fame (examples of constructive comments).

Member Indication


To distinguish between comments made on behalf of our group, and comments made on behalf of other groups, please indicate you are a member of ProjectComment in your constructive comment.

You can use one (of three) ways to indicate your membership:

  • Use of Emoticons - :constructive: by a-kid-at-heart :Constructive: by stuck-in-suburbia Lil'comment by Amarantheans Constructivecomment by Amarantheans Lil' Comment Type by Amarantheans Lil' Comment by Amarantheans Supportcomment by Amarantheans
    Please note that emoticons will not show in Critiques written on the Critique Platform.
  • Use of Signature - Please edit your Settings and put :devprojectcomment: in your Signature.
  • Use of Group Links -
  • :devprojectcomment: - ProjectComment
  • :iconprojectcomment: - :iconprojectcomment:


Comment Tag


Please take note that Comment Tag enforces a 100-word minimum on deviation-related content. If you intend to sign up to Comment Tag, please be committed to giving a comment.


What is a Constructive Comment? [^]


A constructive comment is a comment that serves a useful purpose. For many artists, constructive comments help them improve their artwork. For others, constructive comments offer insight, depth, new perspective and more. Ultimately, constructive comments encourage critical thinking of both the artist and the commenter, and they embody our values as a group.

A constructive comment is...
  • Tailored to the artist and the art.
  • Precise in summarizing your interpretation of the piece regarding the concept, meaning and more.
  • Well-rounded and balanced in content, including things done well and not done well, things you like and not like, positive and negative, etc.
  • Targeted for artistic improvement, with suggestions of what to improve, how to improve and why the artist should improve in this specific area.
  • Justified with specific examples, evidence and explanations. This is done through 'why', 'how', 'what', etc.
    For example, what does this particular element create in / add to / contributes to...the piece, the subject, the concept, etc.? How and why does the element or artist do this?

Please take note that the above is to be used as a guide and basic foundation for your comment, not to be used or interpreted as the bare minimum required by ProjectComment. The above should help you expand upon your own comment. For further support, please review our Constructive Commenting: Guiding Questions (questions to consider when writing constructive comments) and Comment Hall of Fame (examples of constructive comments).


What is not a Constructive Comment? [^]


A constructive comment is not
:bulletblack: A line or a few lines - it is difficult to be constructive when writing so little.

:bulletblack: An Itemized List - or any list at all.

:bulletblack: Generic - feedback that could be applied to any artist or any art.

:bulletblack: Useless - no insight, no depth, no improvement suggestions, no justification, etc.

:bulletblack: Rude / Offensive / Insulting - constructive comments can be given (i.e. phrased) constructively.


Examples of Constructive Comments [^]


The different parts (or 'structure') of the comment for both 6-7 Lines and 7+ Lines are as follows:
  • Brief Introduction - first impressions and feelings over the artwork.
  • The well-done elements – main idea, examples and explanation of what was done well.
  • The points to improve - what elements could be improved and how to do so.
  • Brief Conclusion – supporting message and encouragement to the artist, thus ending the comment on a positive or hopeful note.

6-7 Lines*


7+ Lines*


RED: The main idea of each point for further development later; something general to introduce your point and what you will say.

GREEN: Examples used as 'evidence' of the main idea, thus helping the artist to spot different elements or areas of improvement. No 'evidence' can cause confusion for the artist.

BLUE: Further guidance by suggesting ways to improve, specifically focusing on how. Simply stating what needs to be improved is not enough to help the artist.

PURPLE: Justification and explanation of the effect on you (the commenter/audience) by the different elements (red) and examples (green). This is important in highlighting whether the audience (you) was able to understand the artwork in terms of meaning and concept.

*Many thanks to Tuntalm for the examples.

Check out our Comment Hall of Fame, which features amazing constructive comments!


Submitting to the Gallery [^]


ProjectComment guarantees constructive comments for every piece in our Gallery, but to get constructive comments, you must first give constructive comments on pieces from our Gallery! This ensures the system keeps running, that comments are being given so that others get comments. (Submission Limit: 7/week.)

If you would like to submit Literature, we would really appreciate it if you could comment on Literature so that it is fair. Submitting Literature?

Submission Approval


For ProjectComment to approve your submission into our Gallery, please do the following:
  • Give a constructive comment on a deviation in our Gallery, preferably from the same folder you would like to submit to yourself.
  • Once you have commented, please give us a link to your comment as seen here OR post on our front page OR note the group with a link to the deviation you would like to submit to the group.
  • We will review your comment. If the comment is constructive, your submission will be accepted into the group and will not be moved until you get a constructive comment back.

Please note it takes 48 hours (maximum) to receive a response from ProjectComment regarding your Gallery Submissions

Our Gallery System


Folders open to our members:

:bulletgreen: Give & Get 1 Comment, 6-7 Lines
:bulletgreen: Give & Get 1 Comment, 7+ Lines
:bulletgreen: Give & Get 2 Comments, 6-7 Lines
:bulletgreen: Give & Get 2 Comments, 7+ Lines

What do our folders mean?


  • Give & Get - If you submit to Give & Get 1, you will give 1 comment and get 1 comment. If you submit to Give & Get 2, you will give 2 comments and get 2 comments.
  • Lines - If you submit to 6-7 Lines, you will give 6-7 Lines and get 6-7 Lines. If you submit to 7+ Lines, you will give 7+ Lines and get 7+ Lines.

Take Note


  • Please respect our system. For example, if you are commenting on a deviation in the 7+ Lines folders, please post a comment of 7+ Lines.
  • If you have made and linked us to two constructive comments, you will, of course, get two constructive comments back.
  • Comments must be constructive. What is a Constructive Comment?


Submitting Literature [^]


You may submit literature into ProjectComment, but we do have specific rules…

  • If you would like to submit Literature into our Gallery, we would really appreciate it if you could comment on Literature so that it is fair.
  • Our members will not be commenting on more than two standard pages of Literature. Therefore, we ask that you refrain from submitting more than two pages or, if you insist on submitting, please do not expect our commenters to comment, fully, on the entire piece.
  • Our members cannot comment on any chapter after the first (e.g. Chapter 2 or 22) with understanding of happenings that occurred in previous chapters. Therefore, if you would like a comment on a piece that comes after the first chapter, it will be approached as a standalone piece.
  • Our members may not know the fandom of a fanfiction piece. Therefore, please bear in mind that our members may not be able to comment on the content.


Giving & Getting Comments [^]


If you want to get comments by giving comments, that is awesome! ProjectComment tries to foster an environment of reciprocity, of fair exchange and balance, so that those that give comments get comments back of the same caliber.

How does it work to get comments by giving comments? Well, we have projects that encourage you to give comments first. Once you have commented and linked us to your comments, your piece will be commented on by other members – just like what you did for someone else.

  • Our Gallery - ProjectComment’s main system. Submitting to the Gallery
  • Gallery at a Glance -  If you sometimes feel a little lost on your artistic journey, if you would like a fresh pair of eyes to help you pinpoint where your strengths and weaknesses are, or if you would just like to know the impression that your art leaves on other viewers, come join us for a round (or two)!
  • Comment Tag - This is the only project where you get a comment first, prompting you to give a comment to the next person. Comment Tag is a fun game where every comment given means a comment received (or every comment received means a comment given).
  • Weekly Commenting - We bring the commenting to you (via Notes), once a week, every week, so that you can submit unlimited deviations into our Gallery.
  • Comment Wars (current post in Blog) - Triumph and conquer in this battleground of comments and commenters, a project designed to give you quality feedback.

Please note that Give & Get Comment Projects guarantee you comments.



Getting Comments, Without Giving [^]


Commenting takes time, especially if you are posting constructive comments. Therefore, we understand if you just want to get comments without giving any (although, we would like you to pay the kindness forward by giving comments too).

  • More Exposure - Not exactly a ‘Comment Project’, this project aims to bring you more exposure by featuring you on our front page and in a news article.
    (Submission Limit: 3/week.)
  • No Constructive Comments - We guarantee one constructive comment for deviations with no constructive comments. (Submission Limit: 1/week.)
  • Referral Network - Our Referral Network gives you constructive comments, features and :points: if you refer friends, watchers, etc. to ProjectComment and they take part in one of ProjectComment's projects.
  • Points/Comment Exchange - We accept :points: in exchange of comments. To do so, please donate here and ensure you link the deviations you would like to get comments on. Our prices:
  • 100 :points: = 2 Constructive Comments of 6-7 Lines each.
  • 150 :points: = 2 Constructive Comments of 7+ Lines each.

Please note that some Get Comment Projects do not guarantee you comments.


Interacting & Supporting Commenters [^]


Without our awesome commenters, ProjectComment wouldn't be the group it is today. It is with that belief that we have initiatives for you all to interact and support one another as commenters, but also as artists and members of the DeviantArt community.



Comment Support [^]


You have come to the right place if you would like support for your comments and/or commenting in general! If you are open and willing to learn, we are more than willing to help and guide you through the realm of commenting.



Supporting ProjectComment [^]


We appreciate every and any support to help artists on DeviantArt get the constructive comments they deserve. As they say, the more, the merrier!

You can support ProjectComment in many different ways:
  • Post a Journal, Status Update and more about ProjectComment. Invite and encourage others to join in on the commenting fun!
  • Use our Comment Emoticons in your journals, artist descriptions and anywhere else you see fit!
  • If you see someone stating they want comments, mention ProjectComment to them and invite them to participate!
  • :+fav: and comment on our journals, create discussions, share your thoughts and opinions!
  • Link to ProjectComment in your Signature!
  • Donate :points: here, where every :points: received goes back to our members and the community in the form of contests, projects and other events.

Become an Admin


If you would like to go one step further than a commenter or member, consider becoming an admin at ProjectComment.

We are in need of volunteers to help us manage the group behind-the-scenes. Those who are interested in our open positions should send us a note with the position you are interested in and an explanation for your interest.

Open Positions
  • Writing and Posting Commenting Workshops/Tutorials (once a month)
  • Hosting Chat Events (once a month)
  • Project Manager of a Project

Please ensure that you can demonstrate activity within the group before application. We will not be accepting applications from people who do not have a history of making a difference in ProjectComment.



If you cannot find what you are looking for, please note us!



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:iconntsefan:
NTSEFAN Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I myself could use some constructive criticism on some of my works for some time now. I hope I can do this.  
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You are not the only one, which is why ProjectComment exists. :nod:

Need to give comments to get comments, though! It's a 'circle of life' in that way. :dummy:

You can definitely do it! We believe everyone can. :)
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:iconntsefan:
NTSEFAN Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I hope so.
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Good luck!
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Logos1111 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
:constructive:
Minimum 100 words? I don't know if I understood it right. So when I want to participate, I give 2 constructive comments which contain minimum 100 words? If there are lesser words, it would not count? I mean yeah I am a girl, but not an native english speaker and so I feel that 100 words would be way to much for me. It would take out the harmony of my statements. I see the importance of good comments, that are not like all others, but I can't see why the amount of words is important. I am more the kind, that throws in one two statements, but well considered statements. Would they count too?
One more thing, what if I write once a week a few comments, but post just once a moth some artwork here. Would that be okay too?
I guess I already have managed to gather 100 words, though I think I can't :rofl 
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3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
We have many different projects. Regarding the Gallery in particular, you have to give two constructive comments. Both comments must be 100 words minimum. In return, you will get two constructive comments of over 100 words yourself. :)

We define a constructive comment as something that you like and why, something you dislike and why, things to improve on and how. As long as you can expand on your thoughts and opinions to make it 100 words, that will do it.

Commenting, like art, takes practice. We don't expect people to be great commenters from the get go, but we also believe that everyone can provide a constructive comment.

We have no exceptions to the 100 word limit, otherwise it would not be fair for others that do comment more than 100 words. :)

The amount of words is important so that it is fair for everyone. You will soon realise that many people give comments of much longer length.

You can write comments under 100 words, but you will not be able to submit to the Gallery. Only when you want to submit to the Gallery do you post comments of over 100 words. If you would like to take part in our projects (e.g. Comment Tag), then it must be 100 words minimum. Otherwise, if you're just commenting because you like a piece, you can comment under 100 words.

DOes that make sense? We believe you can do it! :D
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Logos1111 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Aye, aye, I understood and that makes sense. Yes, it would be not fair. Seems to be possible. I'll do my best :D

And about the signature, I guess I did something wrong, since it can't be seen on my first comment.  I can add it to the constructive comments like that: :constructive:  from the emoticons sidebar?
Sorry for asking so much, and thanks for the answers :aww:
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I fully believe it is possible! Doing your best is all we can ask for. :nod:

If you add it to the constructive comments like this: :constructive:   from the emoticons sidebar, that would be acceptable if you want to add it to the end of your comment (or the beginning).

Otherwise, if you mean a signature like mine, that has to be done through Settings.

Does that make sense?

No worries at all! If you do have questions, just ask. :)
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Kaotic-Cass Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I have a quick question. :) I've been pretty active with commenting, but I'd also like to help in other ways. One way I can help is giving some points to the group, since I have some spare points. But I was wondering which account to give the points to? And if there was any other ways I could help you all out?

Thanks, and keep up the fantastic work.
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey Cass!

I collect all points for ProjectComment. :)

There is a huge way you could help us all out - by becoming an admin! We are always looking for more admins to help us, either by managing projects (as Project Manager), or by helping the group behind-the-scenes.

Let me know if you are interested!
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Kaotic-Cass Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I'll send some points your way tonight then. :D And I would be happy to help out more.

I do have some questions though. Such as what kind of projects and things you would like me to do, and if the admins participate in the group like normal members as well as their behinf the scenes duties?

Your group has helped me so much and I want to keep working with the members and give back some.

Thank you so much for all you do.
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
We would really appreciate that! Thank you so much for your support. :hug:

Well, we are quite open and flexible. We always have new projects that we could be doing. It's down to what kind of ideas we can think up, how to implement such ideas and whether it would be good as a project.

Right now, we are trying to focus on editorials/news articles/features, etc. but if you have a project idea and you would like to manage that project, we're open about that.

The admins can participate in the group like normal members, but the majority of admins leave that behind them because they get too busy in the group behind-the-scenes. If you can manage both, then we don't have a problem with that. :D

You have helped many of our members. It would be awesome having you on board behind-the-scenes. :la:
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:iconkaotic-cass:
Kaotic-Cass Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Awesome! From every angle this group is out to help everyone! :D

I'd be happy to join your ranks! I'll work on any projects you've been wanting to get up, I've done several features and interviews in the past, and I can try to write some articles (I can't think of a project off the top of my head, but I'll try thinking of some). I'm not sure I'll be the greatest, but I'll definitely try my hardest!

I'd love to help out behind-the-scenes. :heart:
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
We hope so! :O

Awesome! It will be an ongoing thing with the project/project managing, but there is no reason at all why you can't contribute and offer thoughts, suggestions, ideas, etc.

Thank you so much! :hug:
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:iconkaotic-cass:
Kaotic-Cass Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Cool! I'm happy to be of help. Anything I can start doing or that you need help with now? :)
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Right now? Just take time to look over everything in the backroom. We do have a few things ongoing, so that may spark a few ideas. I will be posting an announcement soon where you will be able to chip in further.

Hang in tight, and welcome on board! :hug:
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:iconwildphoenix22:
Wildphoenix22 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
I'm so glad that I found this group! What a great concept! I can't wait to get to get involved! :heart:
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Welcome to the group! I am glad you think it is a great concept. :la:

Can't wait! :eager:
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:iconhellart14:
HeLlArT14 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2015
this is a good group ^^
I should submit my art again next week~
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad you think so! Thank you! :)
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:iconhellart14:
HeLlArT14 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015
you welcome! ^^
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:iconeleynah:
Eleynah Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Agreed :) I'm very glad that I found this group!
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I am glad you agree! Welcome to the group! We are happy to have you here. Hopefully you are with us for a while! :D
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:iconeleynah:
Eleynah Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Of course! Once I got my projects a bit done, I'll be glad to help and being active here!
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
That sounds great! Good luck with your projects! :D
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:iconazgae:
azGaE Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2015  Student Digital Artist
agree with rules :з
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad you do! :O
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:iconazgae:
azGaE Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2015  Student Digital Artist
u welcome
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:iconsolidmars:
SolidMars Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
oh yeah, totally agree with literature rules :D 
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad you do! :highfive:
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:iconryugassj3:
RyugaSSJ3 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Well,this takes me back.
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
How come?
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:iconryugassj3:
RyugaSSJ3 Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Well,when this all started for me.
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I guess things are quite a bit different since then?
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:iconryugassj3:
RyugaSSJ3 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Mmm maybe.
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Some things yes, some things no! :dummy:
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:icondoubledande:
DoubleDandE Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015   General Artist
I just noticed that the project comment sign just changed....
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
We were due for an update. The group avatar actually hearkens back to our creation in 2009. :nod:
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:icondoubledande:
DoubleDandE Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015   General Artist
Oh I see. 
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Not sure if there is anyone that is still active from back then. :lol:
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:icondoubledande:
DoubleDandE Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015   General Artist
:S 
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Understandable, I guess. Six years is a long time.
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:icondoubledande:
DoubleDandE Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015   General Artist
Yeah it is. 
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:iconkamal-q:
Kamal-Q Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Exactly! :O
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:iconkamal-q:
Kamal-Q Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
:no:
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:iconkamal-q:
Kamal-Q Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
:icongrinstareeyesplz:
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:icon3wyl:
3wyl Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
:hug:
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Kamal-Q Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
:huggle:
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