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    Made by akashi!!

    13-01-2018: First time holding the most contest wins by a single member, 6 1st places.

    02-02-2019: I posted 4 skins in the past 3 days and held 4 spots on the trending page for the first time.

    05-03-2019: 2 DIGIT CONTEST WINS!!!

    10-03-2019: Sonic event hosted that took over trending completely - 25 skins from the Awesome Sonic Series on trending at once.

    11/12-11-2019: 4 skins in 2 days, all 4 on trending between the 12th and the 13th. Held all top 3 spots on trending for over a day

    11-11-2019 to 18-11-2019: Skins daily for a week, held top spot on trending for almost an entire week with no breaks!

    26-01-2020: Rip Mamba

    23-02-2020: First profile picture/banner change since the profile update ages ago.

    First and last storm; 2020
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  • Questions and answers (none are frequent)

    Do you have a discord server I could join?
    Yes: This is the invite link

    Do you take requests?

    Will you post often on PMC?

    Will you join my Marketplace Team?
    Currently I am a part of Pixel squared - hopefully that answers your question.

    Do you have any goals remaining on PMC?
    Not really, we'll see.

    Do you take commissions?
    Sure, pm me.

    Will you teach me how to make skins like you?
    No: I personally learnt skinning by researching what others did, and tried to think about why they did so and if I could apply it myself. After that I took an arts class and learned proper colour theory and lightsourcing etc. I recommend experimenting yourself - there is no 'easy route' where someone can just imprint every logic into your mind - if someone were to do that it'd take as much time as you just researching yourself.

    Will you ever make a tutorial?
    Yes, it will be released some time soon.

    Other stuff:
    I am not interested in your sexuality and in your problems of expressing them on pmc. If I know you, and you want to talk about it, go ahead. However, do not expect me to feel bad for your situation if you mention it on pmc. I am cynical like that, but once you can muster complaining about it on pmc, you need to question if you have it that bad, or if complaining on a minecraft forum is the way to go for you to get better.

    Be grateful for the support you get. Don't begin saying you don't deserve the subs/attention you're getting. People can sub to multiple people, so don't begin saying you're the wrong one to sub to. You get the attention you get because people want to give it to you. Posting about said attention is close to a humble brag.

    I am not the nicest person you'll meet on pmc, I won't pretend to be so either. If you consider abovestanding rude, go ahead. If you think me expressing my opinion is against the site's etiquette, go ahead. Unless you disable comments or block me, I won't hestitate to post feedback or criticism, which I consider helpful or guiding.

    If you have any questions regarding your skins, you can pm me, I'll happily try to express myself - be prepared that I can be harsh - I try to say it so that you know what I think you should improve/work on, I won't sugarcoat it much.

    Don't expect skinners to post every day/following a schedule. Skins posted to pmc are usually skins made by spending free time - for people spending their free time with no monetary reward, it's not a job. Don't expect people to follow your desired schedule when the reward is a virtual diamond or heart.

    PMC members have made a huge deal out of genders and equality lately. Particularly stereotypes and how bad they are. Stereotypes aren't bad - everyone assumes something about others once they meet someone or talk to someone. If you think everyone is evil because of that, you're creating a stereotype yourself - that everyone is evil. Stereotypes and prejudice are what they are. Genderroles are messed up to a certain point - so luckily for you, you live in a society where those roles are less prominent than ever before! This doesn't mean we should neglect the fact that they exist, however, in the nature of animals, gender roles are bound to exist, whether you like it or not.

    Stop posting about "notification spam" etc.: It's alright to be grateful, however, the spam should happen for the reason that is that people enjoy your content. You might as well thank every single person who has ever diamonded/favourited/commented/subscribed to you one by one. Just because you 'notification spam' does not validate or warrant a specific thank you from the person you do it to. If you want to 'notification spam' me, go ahead - but do not expect me to write a wall post about it - just like I wouldn't write a wall post about member_x who has diamonded one of my skins.


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      DragonsDungeon shared Ezio's post
      May 8, 2021, 11:14 am with Public
      May 8, 2021, 11:13 am to Public

      Little skinning event you might want to join to challenge yourself !
      All info on the event can be found here.

      If you have any question on the event or just want to discuss and show your progress on the skin, everything is happening on the stream server's discord.

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      February 14, 2021, 1:23 pm to Public
      valentine's day, planetminecraft.com
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      January 13, 2021, 12:30 pm to Public
      Wall posts keep proving to me that the site is devolving from what I found to be so great about it when I joined. I understand fully well that the "headpat profile pictures" etc. in the world are just for fun, but it really feels like it also detracts from every other aspect of the site. I keep being confused as to why the site's community desires their primary shared interest to be "shitposting" or the akin - I understand that it has its place, but it feels really unfortunate to see such dominate the site's activity, not only in terms of wall posts but also in terms of forums and other interactions. The joke dies oh so quickly when it consumes the populous of the entire site and when it keeps running, it honestly feels like a distraction from the wonderful creations and works that are still present on the site. Maybe I am just growing too old for this, but it really does feel like the unfortunate reality of the site's current landscape. And while I understand that such is the present iteration of the community, it does make me long for days where the content seemingly was in focus and even chat interactions etc. focused on that. How times have changed.
      Spookly Cow said 2021-01-13 12:42:57
      yeah i agree
      i didn't mean for the patpat thing to get so big and out of control, i think the forums were just a little much
      JessaMoon said 2021-01-13 12:35:29
      Don't worry your not growing too old- I think it's just after finally being adressed people are starting to open their eyes to these matters as such hence why everyone is sharing their oppinions x
      That and also the headpats are ruining my eyes I'm having to stay away from my site feed due to the headpat pfp causing a headache haha x
      thealmightybirb said 2021-01-13 12:33:20
      it looks like some people (myself included) are 100% on board with this idea and are going to make a change somehow for the better
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      November 4, 2020, 12:17 pm to Public
      PMC is an interesting case: People preach about how inclusive this site is, but as soon as people want to talk about anything that can be perceived as "divisive" it seems to fall apart. It's an interesting case, because politics in regards to LGBTQ+ has been discussed on pmc before without much issue, until someone presents the case against it. If PMC is so inclusive, why is it that politics as such is frowned upon like so. This is not unique to this site, of course, but it's still very applicable.

      And honestly, it's not like I need PMC to be inclusive as such: I am fine if people would rather avoid certain politics or certain political opinions, but in saying you're inclusive on a site, you need to allow for both to exist. That or accept that you're not as inclusive as you perceive yourself to be. Real life issues are already tackled plenty on pmc, this strictly falls into that category for me. Whether I want it discussed or not is a different matter, but if you want to be inclusive, be inclusive.
      Armok said 2020-11-24 23:51:44
      I feel like it's a bit silly to discuss politics on a forums dedicated to minecraft, but I suppose that's just how the internet is these days
      I will have to pose this question, should we be tolerant of those who are intolerant of the so called "other"? I'm leaving this question open to interpretation. hopefully I'm not opening up a can of worms here
      DragonsDungeon replied to Ruben0_0's comment below 2020-11-05 19:24:46
      I cannot answer that as I frankly do not get it myself either.
      Ruben0_0 said 2020-11-05 18:59:31
      Why would one even use PMC to discuss politics? Like, really this is a genuine question. A vast portion of people on here aren't even eligible to vote yet.
      Zatharel said 2020-11-05 09:53:42
      twitter, but for minecraft
      Kord said 2020-11-04 19:07:59
      The site is extremely cliquish (and within those cliques, tending towards varying degrees of judgmental): it's not inclusive to a large degree at all. Thank you for this post, it is concise yet descriptively accurate.
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      October 25, 2020, 4:30 pm to Public
      The unknown is a fascinating entity: On one hand it's the greatest fascination of all, something that you want to discover and figure out. On the other hand, it's also the entity that scares one the most.

      I often say this, and I believe it holds true in most given scenarios, but I want to apply it to a common topic on pmc and in regards to pmc skinmaking specificially: Skin styles and changing them.

      Skin styles stagnate as one grows afraid of change; change being the unknown variable of the equation. "What will my followers think?", "Will my new ideas be better?" are common worries: These are natural to worry about. However, the answer will only be given by your own fascination to find out the answer to those questions, and you do that by trying it out. Usually other people are as interesting in experimentation and new ideas as you are, so by any means, going for it is a great idea.

      This leads to a second situation: Don't get stuck in something you don't want to do in regards to skinning on pmc just to please others. You're spending your free time doing this, have fun with it. As soon as the fun of it is gone, you lose out on a lot. Make sure you always have fun with your hobbies lads, and if you want to try something new, don't hold back, discovering the unknown is the greatest source of fascination and awe!
      Ruben0_0 said 2020-10-28 06:32:10
      Once we stop creating for the pleasure or approval of others, and start creating simply for the mere beauty of creation - that is when we discover what art really means. It is a deep reflection of the self, and therefore by nature, truly unique.
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