February 5th, 2009 09:50 pm (UTC)
Heh! I'm only here because a friend of mine showed me this link. I haven't been a member of this community for like, a year.
Certain moderators on Elfwood are like the kinds of people who drive gas guzzling vehicles, if you know what I mean. No one driving a smaller fuel efficient car has to worry about compensating for something smaller in the pants. I had to leave because I was tired of being the subject of petty grudges from people who seemed to think Mod Power put a few extra inches on the E-Dong! My gallery was 95% pure high fantasy but sometimes I'd squeak a borderline think through with a fantasy themed description. That was okay for a while but I had to quietly pack my bags and bounce after the mods stopped giving me the benefit of the doubt.
IE: I uploaded this tiger drawing three times:http://kharmii.deviantart.com/art/Genetic-Modification-UPDATE-91368560
The mods accused me three times of giving the tiger an erection! Holy moly! That is pretty twisted! I tried to explain that the dong appeared to be erect because it was abnormally huge but they wouldn't believe me. What the- Why the hell would I give it an erection? Read the description. Nowhere in it does it indicate that an erection would go along with the context of the drawing.
Then I came up with a light-hearted and intelligent political satire piece but realized that I'd have no chance of getting in Elfwood because 1.) It could be described as celebrity art. -and- 2.) I put the lyrics of a complete song in the description. Those rules are stupid! Who the hell cares if I have celebrities/song lyrics in my pieces? It's not like someone is going to show up to my po-dunk gallery with a team of lawyers. BTW...Here is the drawing, if anyone is curious:http://kharmii.deviantart.com/art/Fairy-King-of-Candy-Mountain-92185564
Elfwood was fun in its glory days because I could cause all kinds of trouble and people would care. Now there is the sounds of crickets. Oh well, LJ is full of communities that will react with the proper righteous indignation when I pull my shenanigans.