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Clandestine-Assassin Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014  Student General Artist
Aahh! Why is all of your lovely artwork in storage? D:
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LohceAzcry Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Her boyfriend has broken up with her, she's......something, and now she's left the Internet and hid all her artwork away. Which is odd, because I have no idea why hiding all of your artwork correlates with breaking up with your boyfriend. 
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comiKazzie Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Putting artwork into storage while taking a break equals an empty inbox when you come back.  No need to complicate it, dude. :lol:
Lord knows Sak must get hundreds of comments a day on her artwork alone, ontop of all the concerned comments and notes she must be getting at this very moment.  

Cut the poor girl some slack, man, it doesn't mean she's taking it out on her work, or us by putting her work into storage.  I completely understand where she's coming from.

Also, personal issues (that's really none of our business) aside, her artwork harbors a lot of memories that maybe she doesn't want to see right now?  There could be a ton of reasons and she doesn't deserve to be judged so harshly for it.   She doesn't want to share her personal life and people should respect that by, you know, not speculating. :lol:  Just sayin.
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Carameja Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
how cold hearted can you be..
It's the big picture.
Not only that her boyfriend broke up with her
More things she just DONT want to share

Geez cold hearted person you are.
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Clandestine-Assassin Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Oooh, that sucks :( I hope she's alright and comes back soon.
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Asatra Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sorry but sounds like you're not looking at the bigger picture here.

Comments like these are probably one of the reasons she left.  I mean...the question was for her, so that's who should answer it.

I'm not saying I'm right, but I'm not saying I'm wrong, either.  You might know more about her personal life, but if she wanted us to know about it, she'd tell us herself.  Going off what information you've provided, sounds like you don't know her well enough to make a call on why she's decided on what she's doing.  

I'm sorry; I couldn't help but respond to your comment when I noticed you gave away personal info the artist didn't share herself.
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LohceAzcry Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Obviously she shared it somewhere, otherwise it wouldn't be running all over the comment section on her post. I could be wrong. But for now I chalk it up to that, since that's what everyone's saying and she hasn't said otherwise. And, from her journal post, she's not going to be answering anything for a long time.

My biff more is that: I enjoy her artwork. It's fun to look at, fun to imagine, and not poorly drawn to boot. I don't have a problem if she decides to leave. My problem is how she did it: first, she takes off all her drawings. Not only does that mean nobody can see her stuff anymore, therefore missing out on some stellar stuff, but, from my view point, it doesn't do anything at all. What does taking off all your artwork do? Make somebody mad? Make yourself feel better? Notify us the depths of your misery?Are you kidding me? 
And her journal entry leaves everything up in the air and waves misery and mystery in our faces. She tells us she's leaving, but she's not going to tell us why. She takes off all her artwork, and doesn't say a word about it. She says she's not coming back anytime soon, and ends with a short, "You've all been great."
Well hells bells, why didn't you just say, "I'm leaving for awhile. Sorry. I appreciate all your love, and hopefully I'll be back soon." Why do you have to go, "Well, see, something personal has happened, but I'm not going to tell you, so.....I'm taking all my artwork with me and leaving. Bye."?
This whole situation is a giant mess of "What the hell is going on?" I may be totally wrong about everything and she'll come back okay with all her art and explain why she left and that means I'm a total dick bat. I'm prepared to accept that. But one of my favorite artists has vanished into thin air with little to no explanation, taking all her art with her with little promises of coming back. I'm a bit peeved. 
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animatedastronaut Featured By Owner May 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Tough, my friend.
It's her gallery, and she can do what she wants with it.
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Asatra Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Actually, if you just go back to the first page of comments, you find the individual who openly admitted this had to do with a relationship, because I looked for it specifically.  It's posted as a reply and not a main comment.

I would say it makes you feel better.  I am going through a haitus with my Lion King fanon, and have stored every drawing that had to do with the comic, including the character references, without even warning anyone I was going to.  Why did I do it?  It makes me feel better and safer knowing that, while I'm not focused on that subject, I don't have to worry about someone taking advantage of my lack of attention and stealing what it is I had to offer.  So, on that level, I can definitely relate. 

If I were going to be going away for any amount of time, I would store all of my public art as well, again, for safety and comfort purposes.  It's easy to ensure the security of your creative work when that's what you're focused on; but when you're not focused on it, you can go crazy thinking about it if you know other people can take it for granted.

She clearly doesn't want to share about her personal life at this time, and I've also experienced such type of emotions, so I completely sympathize with her journal.  It's really only shoving misery in your face if you look at it that way, and/or have never gone through traumatic enough experiences to only have just enough life left in you to even notify people of your absence - if at all.  It's not always a cry for attention, it's a form of decency in the eyes of the sufferer: notifying people rather than ignoring them completely.  I've been in the suicidal chair many times, and I can say I could see myself posting this exact type of journal if I were to be going away suddenly - and it wouldn't be for attention, it would be for your sake to know they didn't die if they suddenly dropped all activity.  I wouldn't have posted a bubbly message if I was feeling turmoil on the inside.  Being sad and being depressed are soo different in depth that they're nearly complete polar opposites.  It's one thing to be sad, but it's another to be depressed.
Even writing what you implied she should have wrote would have been something that probably wouldn't cross the mind of someone barely gripping onto life with the last of your humanity.

She also didn't write it in such a way that implicates the rudeness you imply.  She had the decency to add a compliment to the letter - writing it at all is commendable enough in such a state.

The fact that you're peeved that she left with her art is actually pretty selfish.  As far as I can see, you're mad because your interpretation of the situation is how it affects you, rather than how she herself is feeling.
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Nekoastral Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Some people are like that. They may seem like they care but only want to gain popularity and when something happens and everything is crumbling, they show their real personality. I'll admit I'll miss seeing her artwork, but if it means that much for her to hide everything and not return because of her problems then I respect that. It's better to know little than everything because there are people who will spread lies if they told everything. Knowing that little should be enough to explain her situation. Everyone has gone through that at least sometime in their life. I can only hope she'll be okay.
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