Thanks for that.
Great job as I said above. There a lot that is great about this. Lighting, bubbles, and how they are drawn.
Newsflash: Nobody cares about your homophobia.
Gtfo this artist's work please.
First: No hate speech here.
Second: No name calling either. Re-read my comment.
Third: Calling somebody out on their homophobia is never unjust nor uncalled for. I don't need *Haychel's permission for that.
Fourth: Please think before you are spread homophobia on the internet.
Fifth: You're still a homophobe.
That is all. Bye.
2nd: calling me a homophobic
3rd: You are right in part of that, if I did something wrong, which I didn't. You have every right to call out someone if they did something wrong. However, doing it in the manner you have done was unjust and uncalled for, not the message itself.
4th & 5th: I'm sorry I stand by Church Doctrine on the Sacrament of Marriage? Actually, no I don't apologize for that. Those are my beliefs and I stand by them. If you don't like that, then guess what? You can ignore it and move on.
Please just stop this, it is taking away from the purpose of the comments section of this work.
Calling you a homophobe is not name-calling. It's like calling a cat a cat. You either are or you aren't.
Oh and btw...? You don't get decide whether you are. Everything you have said makes it pretty clear.
One last tip: If you see a piece of two characters of the same gender being romantically involved and you feel like bothering the artist with your disapproval?
Okay I really hope you can resist the urge to back-paddle and justify your outdated beliefs, and that this is good bye!
After all, if you don't like me calling you out on being a homophobe, you can just ignore it, right?
I am entitled to my opinion, as I said before, I never directly voiced my disapproval, I said I didn't agree. Not agreeing and disapproving are two different things. I don't agree with your the points in your argument, but I do not disapprove of you for trying to prove your point.
My beliefs may be over 2,000 years old, but that doesn't make them outdated, abliet parts of the Bible are outdated for todays standards, such as demanding the death penelty for pretty much everything, but that was the Old Testament. We live off the New Testament, off of Jesus' teachings of love and compassion. Is there something wrong and outdated about love and compassion? While yes, I could ignore your blatant assault on my beliefs, I also have an obligation to stand up for those beliefs.
If you wish to continue this, do it in private and not on this page, as I said, it is taking away from the point of the comments and Haychel's art.
they love each other!