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SHAMEFULLY UNDERFAVEDI've been going through my watchlist, alphabetically, and visiting each gallery. I have been saddened to see that many of the people on the list have left deviantart. I feel partly to blame because it has been months since I last visited them. If we are to make DA the true artist community that it set out to be, we need to reach out to other artists, make them feel welcome, and encourage them as much as possible.SHAMEFULLY UNDERFAVED by rocamiadesign
These wonderful works of art all have under 50 faves, as of the time I picked them for this article. They are all talented artists who deserve more attention, and faving doesn't cost us anything. We don't pay per click here!
It's a shameful trend here that we have become so stingy with our faves, as if we are worried that some critic is going to go through our favorites and judge us. The worst example I have seen of Fave Scrooges is in the great discrepancy between the number of people who download resources and the number of faves those same resources get. I just found a g
February Has A HeartAccording to http://symboliccreations.com/Heart.htm "The heart symbol, known today throughout the western world as the symbol for love and affection, has actually been has been evolving both in shape and meaning for thousands of years.February Has A Heart by Colliemom
The shape is thought to be a combination of ideograms. It incorporates the symbols for fire or flight from the middle ages along with its equivalent counterpart from the open sign structures. It then combines the symbol for togetherness to form the modern icon.
Historically, the meaning of the heart symbol grew from its use as a religious icon. Ancient Egyptians called the heart symbol Ieb, believing it was the center of all consciousness, the center of life itself. It was the only organ not removed during mummification. Among Christians, it stands for charity, hope or forgiveness as is the case in the Sacred Heart. Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Taoists, Celts and others religions have used the heart icon in some form. Generally speaking, the heart was the