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Tyra ▹ Miniature American Shepherds
May 13th, 2019 4:32:43pm
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So I had an idea... 


There are many times when I view an image or layout in the auctions and would like to tell the artist how much I like it, even if I'm not in need of that particular image/breed/layout. I was wondering if it would be possible to allow people to "like" or comment on the auctions. I feel like it would be a great way to support and encourage people making art for the game. I'm interested to see what others think of this :) 




 


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Eyre 🍄 feeling like a tortoise in a hare's world
May 13th, 2019 10:17:47pm
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I like this idea. I've also wanted to make comments on graphics or layouts that I love but didn't necessarily have the funds for. 




 

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Moderator phisness || pca || the wind will blow the direction it chooses
May 14th, 2019 12:40:36am
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i love this idea! however, if it isnt approved, for whichever reason, feel free to message the artist! ive recieved a message like this before and it put such an immense smile on my face!





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Moderator ephemira ♫ you should see me in a crown
May 14th, 2019 8:13:30am
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what phis said! whenever i post something in auction (which is always super rare) i'll sometimes get a message from someone complemting the piece.
i loooove getting these messages! it makes me feel like my work isn't going to waste when i make or post it in auctions.
these simple messages can really make an artist go from "it's not good since no one is bidding" to "oh wow people do actually like it, just aren't inn the market" and even with that, an artist can then plan on making something that more people are in the market for!





 

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mero;: } bye felicia 👋
May 14th, 2019 10:31:24am
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This is a great idea! :D Even if you don't get any bids, knowing that people are interested in the work can be really reassuring!




 

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