Anyone interested in a daily drawing challenge? Last artist standing, no end date. Requires daily blog updates.
>You drew everyday for a long time, longer than anyone else. Congratulations. You are the best.
>Update every day
>Miss an update and you're out
Shitty Internet Token
>Everyone starts with a shitty internet token.
>If for some reason you are unable to post you are required to double post the next day at the expense of your token.
>After one month of no missed posts you get a new token.
>You cannot have more than one token.
I can make a quick bootstrap site to keep track of it. No login or anything, just a custom url that you'd have to save and too bad if you lose it.
maybe no minimum. how long do you think someone would fake it with shitty 30 second posts before they lost interest. i guess a minimum wouldnt be a bad idea to be able to DQ the most determined shitposters
UnmotivatedLosers on dA does this, except on a weekly basis. I tried once but then forgot and never tried again due to embarrassment.
I would be interested, but it sounds like if you fail, you're out forever. Maybe that would be a good motivator, but I don't know.
I have a plan for re-entry if you dropout and for new users who missed the boat on day one. I've got to go do my work for today but I'll work on a prototype tonight. Should be ready for a quick alpha test by the day after tomorrow.
Everyone would be drawing the same thing right? Otherwise that whole thing won't last if it's just a random "draw w/e you want everyday".
If so, how to pick the daily theme? OP chooses? Polls?
yeah a pole for the daily topic would be a good idea. should it be really high level like portrait/landscape/cityscape/figure/hard surfaces/etc? i'd rather have stuff that everyone would benefit from instead of asking a fantasy nerd to draw spaceships. there are enough sites and communities that do that
Gotta find topics that would please both beginner and advanced artists I think, let's not exclude anyone.
But with that said,
>instead of asking a fantasy nerd to draw spaceships
that's where it could be fun though, even if one is really bad at drawing spaceships they can still try and do something, the result might actually be surprising. If they don't they get kicked, so better make something shit than nothing, if you follow me. So when this whole thing start, we gotta make that clear.
Maybe the topic would be optional, so it could still give some inspiration without being too demanding
Like for myself, i'd probably find myself ditching this cuz of some uninteresting topic
I'll have a sign up page setup within the hour. I could have done it in a lot less time but I didn't want some script kiddy to blow it up in the first 30 seconds.
It won't have anything there except for some info and a couple polls. I should be able to have it good to go by Friday.
>all this useless, elaborate planning every time there is a thread like this
Just make a thread, post a topic each day and participate. I swear, /ic/ always loves to overcomplicate this shit to the point where all everyone is doing is talk about how they're gonna do it for a week and then the thread just dies before anyone draws anything.
Lol I just made this, what you guys think?
eh, motivation is motivation. if it works then good job if not then everyone will forget about it in a week
Alright here's the sign up:
You literally can't do anything except sign up, login and vote on some polls.
The site will be finished this Friday. I'll work out the technical side and use polls to help figure out what you guys want for features.
I'm going to go do my drawing and painting for the day so I'll update it later tonight with a list of features/functions/capabilities that I have in mind.
ps: if someone does find a way to blow up the site please be gentle. I used to do this for a living so it should be fine but who knows.
pps: I'm going to call this an alpha test so there's a slim chance the data will be wiped and you'll need to re-register (luckily that's as simple as choosing a username.)
i think it needs to be a mix of both. we have people doing their own studies since we are all on different stages and giving challenges daily would result on the annons bursting into flames since some people might not be able to keep up plus the addition of a weekly study on a random subjects and shit that are decided by the board the weekly shit could be a compilation of things we can do while doing our daily studies. IE: we draw shit everyday but to finish our study session we do that one thing we all have to take to "/ic/'s show and tell" . adding too much shit will cause the first noobs to flake out due to pressure to make their senpais proud, sort of like crimson daggers.
>everyone makes normal studies based on their skill levels BUT MUST post work daily. this is the minimum requirement to be in the "cool kids club"
>weekly subject will be chosen and you must do it under one week as an addition to your studies, since this will more than likely be the hardest thing you will not be disqualified by not turning it in?.
these kind of groups fizzle out way too soon, making the initial wall friendly enough might push anons forward enough to keep trying.
[spoiler]people who post with most consistency get badges like the faggots they are.[/spoiler]
thoughts? also what about people who dont have tablets and shit? just pics?
yeah i think requiring daily updates is good but dictating what they need to draw is too much. i like the suggested topics but not policing them
>weekly subject will be chosen and you must do it under one week as an addition to your studies
sounds like too much work to police that there can be mini events where it's like hey draw dragon dicks for a week. if you want to participate they can count towards your daily and if you catch'em all then i dunno get a dragon dick trophy or something
the feel of a thick wet dragon phallus penetrating you sweet virgin butt.
>sounds like too much work to police that there can be mini events
yes this is why i said that the weekly test should not get you disqualified, its a chance for you to go out of your shell and have the safety net of not being kicked out.
I like it. I don't think I'll be able to implement this for the first week but I really like the idea of gamifying it and adding rewards.
An alternative to trophies/badges could be more RPG elements like levels for different styles/genres/categories. I don't know about you but I hate joining a site and seeing there's a bunch of stuff I'd never be able to unlock.
So instead of getting your "dragon dick badge" you'd gain exp in fantasy and erotica. People's profiles would show how diverse or specialized they are.
Also, you could make veterans feel special by having something to acknowledge their participation in the Last Artist Standings.
Either way neither would be available at launch so we can figure it out later.
>these kind of groups fizzle out way too soon
I've been updating daily for the last 4.5 months so there'll always be at least one person here to draw dicks with.
And, just saying, with a level system I'd finally have an excuse to use those sweet-ass radar charts
Ok, here's what will be ready for Friday:
>Submit links to your daily drawings
>A barebones leaderboard
>Basic "Last Artist Standing" system that was detailed in the original post
>Drawing topics (participation optional)
>Rewards/incentive to use the drawing topics
> Fix the (no doubt) disastrous code before it's too late.
And we'll go from there
Seems like a fun idea, have we determined where we should post our drawing?
I'm in. What do I get?
Huge post coming with all the details of how it'll work.
The deadline will be 00:00 GMT. It doesn't matter if that's 3pm or 3am for you cause all you need to do is post once a day. Don't think of it as "I need to post before x o'clock" instead think of it like "I need to do this before I go to bed." If you've got a roaming sleep schedule then get your life together and draw everyday. Brush your teeth too.
You get to draw everyday. Forever. Congratulations.
Got it. Might as well start fixing my schedules with this.
Alright I've here's what's on the docket so far based on the polls and some brainstorming via email. The post will be split into three parts because it's big (1/3)
> Passwords will be optional
Most people were in favor of the current url login system but I said that if even 20% wanted a traditional username/password then I'd set it up. A third of you said you wanted it so there we go. I'll also set it up so you can add a password to your account if you don't currently have one.
If you create an account without a password then it'll use the current system.
>Topics will be optional
Majority ruled that while they do like the idea of topics and suggestions they don't want them to be mandatory. Easy enough.
>How will submissions work?
The easiest way to keep track of this is to automate it. I don't want to turn this into a part-time job so I'll set it up so that everyday you have to submit a link to your submission for the day. The deadline will be 00:00 GMT.
Host the image on your own blog/tumblr/facebook/wherever and just paste the link to it. Make sure it's available to the public. This way I don't have to worry about hosting people's images and deal with copyright and ownership rights blah blah blah.
>How will it be policed?
There will be a report button. I'll review the reports manually and if it gets out of hand then I can setup some sort of tribunal where it can be managed by the community.
>What happens if I miss a day?
In an earlier post I called it a "shitty internet token" so that if your internet is down or if the site is acting up and you end up missing a day then you can double post the next day at the cost of your token. You get another token after 30 days and you can't have more than 1.
If you've got awesome internet then you can use this to take a day off every month. Do whatever you want but if you miss a day and you don't have a token then you're out.
>Minimum requirements/how much work to count as a submission?
30 minutes or 1 page of work was suggested in the thread and I like it. I'll also add a "Low Effort" report option. There will be people who're going to slack off and fire off some quick doodles and try to call it a day.
If a post is deemed to be low effort (maybe by majority community vote?) then they'll get a warning. If it happens again within a month then it'll eat their token (the one previously mentioned). If they don't have a token then they're out.
>When does it start? When is the deadline for day 1?
This is something I discussed a lot in email and I think this is the best solution that allows for the most entrants and it gives something to do for those who get knocked out.
If you start any time during the first week then you're entered into the competition. Let me explain how we'll handle the winner since people will have different start dates. In this example we're down to the last 2 people.
Player 1 joined on day 1 and lasted 89 days before being disqualified.
Player 2 joined on day 6 and is still in the competition.
Since player 1 lasted 89 days, player 2 will need to continue to post everyday until day 95. If they are disqualified before they complete their 95th day then player 1 wins, otherwise player 2 is the winner.
I think that's the best way to do this. This contest could potentially last a long time and I'd hate for people to miss out because they didn't happen to be on the board at the same time this post was on the front page.
>What do the eliminated people do?
This is another email idea. Once the first week finishes and the sign up closes we open a new signup for challenge #2. It's the same as the original challenge except it allows the elimnated to join as well as new people. People who are submitting everyday from the original challenge are automatically entered into challenge #2.
This does mean that possibly 2 super dedicated artists from the original challenge never, ever miss a day and no contest ever closes. That's ok. If you dropped out in 3rd place in the original challenge then in your profile you'll get a "finished 3rd in challenge #1", "finished 9th in challenge 2", etc.
That way if you're disqualified then you'll be kicked out of all relevant challenges and you can start over by joining challenge #3.
I said "all relevant" challenges because another idea was to make the optional topics required one week, or every other week. Most people are ok with drawing everyday but really don't want to be forced to draw something they're not interested in. The topic challenges shouldn't last as long because of that.
So the multiple challenge types doesn't mean you'll need to submit multiple posts everyday. If you post a drawing but it doesn't meet the topic criteria then you'll be disqualified from that challenge but not from the main ones.
The whole "does it fit the criteria" of the topic challenge is something that'll also be policed by community vote.
What do you think?
Topics and the systems to police them are probably a couple weeks away so I haven't put a lot of thought into it but from the suggestions in the thread:
Categories (landscape, cityscape, figure drawing, portrait, etc)
Genres (fantasy, sci-fi, horror, etc)
Everyday a category and a genre would be randomly generated and you can choose whether or not to draw them.
When you submit your drawing there can be checkboxes for whether or not they meet the topic. People would be able to report posts that don't meet the criteria.
This way maybe one of the weekly challenges you only need to meet the category (for fantasy nerds that don't want to leave their comfort zone) or the genre (for concept artists who only do land/cityscapes but want a diverse portfolio)
I'd need help fleshing out the topics if we do go that route
Yeah good point. Genres and categories mean different things to different people. Especially if you include things like "interior" and "perspective"
>"Low Effort" report option
It fucks you up if you are bigener:(
Don't worry, effort has nothing to do with skill level. If someone submits a beautiful gesture drawing but it only took them 2 minutes then that should be reported. If you spent an hour on your page of drawings and they look terrible then that's fine.
It's ok you can upload it to an image host and link to that
I came to this thread for a second and wanted to say you're all taking this too seriously.
First it was like "1 drawing a day"
all of a sudden I look through the thread and it's like "some people have no idea what they signed up for" kind of deal
Haha yeah there's been quite a bit of scope creep in the last 24 hours. The minimum is still: draw everyday forever, longer than anyone else. If you don't care about any of the extra bullshit then you can be done with the site each day in 30 seconds.
For people who want more there will be more. It'll come slowly but why not.
No! Effort =/= skill. It's ok to be bad.
Low effort reporting is to weed out the people who post mspaint garbage or a quick doodle right before the cut-off so they don't get eliminated.
If you posted 2 or 3 pages of the top image then that's awesome. You go girl grind those gestures. If you posted that beautiful guy on the bottom and nothing else then I would flag the post as low effort. That artist can make that guy in less than 5 minutes.
I hope its not too Concept Art oriented. that shit is boring as fuck.
>tfw changing internet service
>tfw i know i have wifi on my phone....
i cant run away NOO!!
No need for a reporting system, time it self will weed out the individuals you cannot keep persisting.
Add more rules or features could also diminish the goal of this thing. Which is to get people to make an effort and do art regularly.
i think thats what the tokens are for. do you not have internet on your phone?
> The minimum is still: draw everyday forever, longer than anyone else. If you don't care about any of the extra bullshit then you can be done with the site each day in 30 seconds.
>For people who want more there will be more. It'll come slowly but why not.
Since this is a contest, shouldn't the weekly topics be mandatory after
all? Otherwise like you said the contest could go on indefinitely. I think
it should be like any other Survivor type challenge, where you have to do
an activity to shake things up so people have to step up their game or be
eliminated. It might sound harsh to push elimination that way, but it would
make the turnaround faster so a new contest would begin sooner and the
previous people who were eliminated could hop back in sooner.
I like your idea OP. I tried making a DA-like platform just more bareboned a bit ago, just never bothered to do anything with it. I think adding a leaderboard over people with the longest streak of submitting drawings every day would be pretty easy to implement. What do you think?
Preview of the site that I built attached. It's not a lot, just took me maybe a week slacking, but it supports registering (persistent cookie login too), uploading, sorting your images in personal folders, global tagging for images, likes and searching at least. Had to try rush through the features making the video small enough for 4chan lol.
Had some features, namely version control for your images in mind, like submitting improvements on images, which I didn't get to. Commenting on images and private messages I left out just because it was mundane to make and I got bored.
that's a shit measurement to have. Why the fuck does the guy up top would get praise and the second one shit? Just because he fucking put more ink on paper? Who's to say that the guy on the bottom didn't spend a large amount of time studying the form and shapes before putting pencil to paper? Let's say I grind about 20 pages of gesture but only decide to post one pic that holds to my standard, does that make me a lazy fuck?
Does this have to be about drawing improvement? Can we also use this contest if we just need to draw daily to complete a lot of art for a project butbdon't have time for figure studies outside of that?
And what if I only want to turn in one quick study because I actually curate my work online and don't want to turn my tumblr into a suckfest? I'll get shitcanned cause I didn't turn in 5 pages of shitty gesture doodle.
How are we supposed to know you did those 20 pages or that you spent a half hour studying the forms and shapes?
It's a drawing competition and you need to show that you put in the time. It's great if you spend 3 hours reading an anatomy book but that doesn't count towards the half hour of work you're expected to show to stay in the fight.
Even in your example I used the top image, the one I "praised" as the example of bad drawings and said that the bottom one was beautiful ( the one I "shit on".)
Nice, do you have any plans for it in the future? I'm dreading doing any image hosting because of the cost associated, issues with rights and it requires more moderation. No thanks. Probably someday but for now linking offsite is fine
Nah I don't really, there's some code I'd have to refactor to make it a solid release and I don't have a vps available other than my koding account which doesn't let you have it always on (for free). I'd need a vps with unlimited bandwidth (because of image hosting like you said), and a big enough disk for the images, as well as a domain but that's fairly cheap. It's just money I don't really have. I was more lifting the idea to you to maybe raise the bar of features in your solution.
In regards to moderation and legal issues I don't think you're much better off linking offsite - you would still be serving the images and have to clean it up if the host doesn't.
>In regards to moderation and legal issues I don't think you're much better off linking offsite - you would still be serving the images and have to clean it up if the host doesn't.
Mainly regarding people uploading images and claiming it's their work and then having to deal with butthurt artists/DMCAs
how would that work though? what if it was down to you and one other and they dropped out while you were off on vacation
if theres going to be a new challenge every week then rejoin when your back
2 years from now itll be you, me and one other person that posts like a sketchbook worth of work everyday but never gets better
Just made an account.
When do we start. Pls, guide us.
I underestimated how much work it takes to make a site that isn't complete garbage. The goal is to have it ready for Friday and I should have the minimum ready by then. You'll be able to post your submission for the day and edit it up until it rolls over to 00:00. That's when it'll lock submissions for the day and open up the next day.
Creating the whole token system and being able to catch up with a double post is a pain but it's doable. It may not be ready for Friday but it'll be the highest priority to get added.
I was wondering if something like pic related is considered low effort.
The guy on the left took me 30-40 minutes to draw because I am quite slow when it's comes to drawing.
If it is, what else should I add even though I hit the minimum limit of time.
>The guy on the left took me 30-40 minutes to draw
I'd say it doesn't matter. The point is to draw every day and become a better artist. If you're going to skimp out and just post old drawings for the sake of 'staying in', the only one you're fooling is yourself.
Should be on time for 00:00 GMT (19h20m from now). It'll be feature light at first but I can push out the rest pretty quick. After it's feature complete I'll go back and tidy up the code before it gets out of hand.
It looks like I won't need to wipe the data so if you've already registered you're good to go. Let me know if you have any questions or if there's anything I missed.
So if we are eliminated (school starts in about 3 weeks so I'm probably fucked then), can we still keep participating even if we can't "win"? It seems like a good challenge to keep up with for progress sakes
The plan is to jump right in. I'm not too concerned with the site getting bogged down since 90% of the files are being mooched off google and twitter's CDNs. A new user is only 50kb of data and after caching it's down to 12kb for repeat viewers.
There could be growing pains with the database but they're easy to fix and wouldn't be a problem for months or even years. I should have it taken care of before then.
Every week a new challenge starts. This way you'll be able to rejoin if you were eliminated or if you were late to the party.
So let's say you've been doing it since day 1. When it's week 2 your daily submissions will then start counting for both challenges.
If you drop out at that point then you'll be eliminated from both and your profile will say something like
>Finished 5th in week 1
>Finished 13th in week 2
Then you can rejoin in week 3 if you want
So far on the leaderboards there'll be 3 metrics. Streak (highest number of submissions in a row), some sort of community points for participating in the tribunal and there will be other challenges where the community will vote for a winner.
Something dumb snuck in from development that broke login. I cleaned up your accounts and you should be good to go to recreate them.
I feel bad doing tech support on an art board so email me at lava at lavaflake.com if anyone needs help.
Just curious if you'd like any help with either features or refactoring, I'm the anon with the site posted earlier, as I'm not pursuing it, I have time to help. If you're using git it'd be quite easy to jump in. Using trello or something for backlog of features and TODOs or something similar? If you're fine doing it yourself that's cool tho.
In my opinion that's sort of a cop out.
I mean one should be doing gesture drawing every day at the least. No need to try and outdo yourself every day, this is more of a consistency thing the way I see it, and changing it up, even spending 30 mins doing something different is overall good.
I think I'm ok with flying solo at this point since the plan's changing so quickly and the design decisions are largely being decided by polls. It's be a pain to keep multiple people on the same page.
If the site ever branches out to include image hosting then i'll definitely contact you because I hate everything to do with file management and your. If you want to email me your contact info my email is in this comment >>2342167
I added a poll asking that question if you want to vote on it
like most things in art, i feel there's sort of a grey area here. i think it should be allowed, but not excessively. if you look at junkpuyo's tumblr, who was doing a drawing every day type of deal for a while, some days he would just post the b&w of an illustration and then the next day put up the final, which i feel is fine.
if you scroll through is tumblr you'll find a lot of examples, but here are some that are easier to find:
again, i don't think it should be done excessively (whatever that means) and i feel the sketch should show some decent work put into it.
The point is to draw every day to improve your fundies. Coloring and polishing isn't a good enough substitute for daily drawing practice.
If you need this sort of group motivation to keep you going you shouldn't waste it on finishing something. Finishing a piece should be motivation enough.
I think it should be fine as long as you put effort into it and developeit. You know like learning the fundamentals and other skillsets of drawing. then you can apply to whatever subject matter, even anime.
I probably myself will summit anime-ques artwork once I get better drawing.
So what are the actual rewards?
I think having something other than being a good boy would be interesting.
I'm not talking about anything big but something like getting to choose the next challenge or some kind of "biggest fag of the month" badge
Leaderboards and badges for sure. My idea for when topics are implemented is to let users vote from a random selection of the available topics everyday (like the discover mechanic in hearthstone.)
It wouldn't be too hard to make it so that the winner of the weekly challenges gets the sole vote for the next day's topic. It'd be a while before all that's implemented though
>not starting yet...
its all over..
on a serious note, if it starts later on today wont that mean the frist deadline is tomorrow?
I've been at this for 5 months without missing a day. I didn't even miss a day when they told me I might have cancer (ps I just found out earlier today that I don't.)
I'll maintain the site for as long as I pursue the arts. I want to go pro and there's no signs of stopping so don't worry.
6 hours from now is still Friday! The site will go down in a couple hours for final testing then will back up on or around 00:00 GMT (which I think is Saturday. My bad)
>hasnt missed a day in 4.5 months
>creates a last artist standing competition
I just want people to not give up. When I started learning I streamed the process but eventually burned out on it. To my knowledge every artist I met through there has given up or is "taking a break."
I'm creating a system that will hopefully surround me with diehard tryhards.
When I told her no, I'd go by myself she said she'd meet me there
>not having your beliefs shaped by disney/pixar
Sorry if this was answered above, but I'm not clear on a few things.
Is it required to follow the theme of the week ?
Can we keep posting after disqualified (not having rejoined, just for our own benefit), or do we have to wait for the next week's challenge?
Also my question wasn't answered about whether this has to be studies only or if this can be used to complete art assets for a project. Thanks!
Even though I want to work for Pixar someday (just like literally anyone else with a slight interest in a career in animation) and almost every film they create makes my cry, I know deep down their meanings are only meant to make you feel good and don't hold any truth.
It's good for temporary relief but it's very easily worn away once reality hits you in the Nads again
anything you want.
>Is it required to follow the theme of the week ?
suggested topics will be coming but they'll be optional except for challenges that require them.
>Can we keep posting after disqualified
for now once you're disqualified you're out for the week but that can be changed if there's interest
> whether this has to be studies only or if this can be used to complete art assets
the people have voted and majority rules that progress updates are ok. they'll still be policed the same as other updates so you cant add a filter and call it an update
yep host it anywhere you want
Ok I need to set some reasonable expectations. here. All you're going to be able to do in 4 hours is submit your image and view other submissions.
That's it. The site's not going to be giving out handjobs. You'll spend 3-5 minutes on the site, maybe check back in in an hour then hopefully come back tomorrow to do it again.
With that said the updates are going to be coming fast and furious. The site should be feature complete in the next 2 weeks and we'll move from alpha to beta. From there I'll bugfix and make shit look pretty (another week or so.)
After that it's all about gamifying the experience. Adding badges and points, competitions, etc. It will be awesome but right now it's just a submit button that I'm sure some people are going to flood with links to just the worst shit. Actually I should probably approve submissions for now until I come up with a better system.
In my excitement I created the first drawing already
I opened up submissons to the beta challenge if you guys want to give it a shot. I'll take the site down in an hour or so to finish up and bring it back online at 00:00
good question. I only had painting and drawing in mind so I don't know about other media physical media. I'll make another poll
yeah it's about time spent. you can do studies, sketches, paintings, whatever you want
this is the beginning of something wonderful, anons
let us rejoice and keep this alive for longer than a week
there gonna be alot of shit posting, isnt there .
The silent pilgrims cross the bridge across the Anus abyss and head to Vagina Mountain, where a gigantic blue ping pong ball hangs from the sky
That thing in the bottom right corner triggered my trypophobia.
I couldn't contain the sheer H Y P E and made this spoopy creature
i think we have to use a second site to post shit like, make a collage of pictures of your daily work and post it to you tumbrl to then post the link as your "proof" at least its how i think its going to be. now remember there will be a reporting/honor system where you might be cut off if you only do some doodle but then again one hour of drawing is not so hard right?
i just realized i put an edgy signature on the first one..i'm scum.
haha, like i don't want to sound like a buzzkill but not really!! maybe i just don't get the hype? is it because of the weekly themes/challenges? the only difference between what i assume most are doing now and what they'll be doing in an hour is that you're keeping track of the drawings you do online
>Ok I need to set some reasonable expectations. here. All you're going to be able to do in 4 hours is submit your image and view other submissions.
i dont understand the hype either but if this does become something then i want in week 1 so i can say hey im in week 1
Ok Op, somewhere you mentioned that right now there's no mandatory theme or challenge, but that down the road you'll be putting some requirement on work.
What if I don't want to partake on challenges or follow requirements/rules because I already spend my working days drawing spec shit I don't really care about and don't really want to do it on my free time? Does that put me out of the race if I just want to do my own thing?
Week 1: Draw whatever you want
Draw whatever you want and it counts toward week 1
Week 2: Draw whatever you want
Draw whatever you want and it counts towards week 1 and 2
Week 3: Draw the topic or you're out
Draw whatever you want and you won't join week 3 but your submissions will still keep you in week 1 and 2
if all you want to do is draw everyday then you can ignore the weekly thing. the only reason that exists is for people who are late to the party to be able to join in.
if someone discovers the site on week 2 then that's their week 1. they need to last longer than every other week 2 participant (and week 1 since theyre autoincluded.)
The goal is still to be the last artist standing. This is just a way to let knew people in
dragon dildo badges are at the bottom priority..
I'll make sure you'll never hear the end of it too
looking forward to the next weeks, loomis
Yeah I'd have to limit it to only a couple image hosts and work with their APIs or host the images myself (not really an option on a shared hosting plan.)
On an unrelated note the users page has been updated with really bad profiles. Only users that participate will be visible.
If you're asking whether or not the site is live it started 3 hours ago
Thank you, if it weren't for your mistake I'd have probably done the same thing, but my username on my computer is my full legal name and credit card number
>but my username on my computer is my full legal name and credit card number
I'd like to believe but