well shit that was my only suggestion. ermmm!
i'm posting some new art soon, but i wrote a little about ai replacing artists and my 2.5 cents on it. don't give it a read, i don't know what i'm talking about
I gave it a read. If the AI gets advanced enough I see potential for it to be used as a cheaper alternative for a lot of corporate art, but it will probably be looked on with the same distaste that people have gotten for the alegria/facebook blob people art. never enough to replace the need for visual artists
It's funny you bring up photography at the end there, with every new thing that comes along there are those who are afraid it will wholeheartedly erase the need for existing tech/craftsmenship (ie. movies will destroy live theatre), and I wonder now how much of that is manufactured to have people turn to AI-generated material. An artist's input like yours is what I want to hear most, but probably covered the least.
thanks fox & kultra. i can see the frustration that a lot of artists have with AI art (especially because it's the latest techbro shill) but id hate for such a cool channel to go wasted if we let corporate bodies takeover the thing
you’re a damn hero!
I was going to write something there about fake smiles looking weird and how they didn't used to be normalized blah blah blah. I think the pictures speak for themselves.
good call. on another note i just took a moment to read a couple of your articles, and i think its on point to conclude that the internet's kind of been rendered into an antisocial space for posturing. i use reddit and i find that people don't discuss more often because they think that others won't engage or "oh, someone already talked about this" or "this is already covered somewhere else on the internet."
it feels like a sad truth to swallow that the internet was sort of doomed to end up like this because of archives, not to say the individual thing itself is bad.
I didn't really consider archives because most modern sites push newness and make it frustrating to access old content. And this year it seems like SEO is making it much harder to find information, I'd like more discussions to happen instead of these mass-produced articles.
Not getting any engagement could be an effect of social media trying to cater to the whole world, and algorithms burying people who don't already have a following, or go on hiatus, etc.
i guess i'm referring to archives in a sense like search engines and wiki articles, along with the encouragement of being a damn know-it-all and who can keep up with the news quicker. it's what it feels like in fan domains that gatekeep what qualifies as a fan of some media
Replying to the disappeared post - with social media there is no differentiation between personal content and news, just a single feed. Another subtle discouragement from being personal? Although it could just be explained as the culture of some sites.
I got sam
@advancedgamingknowledge cool. he's my favorite!
dream wardrobe tbh.
AMAZING PAGE, Very pleasing