no. not sure why.
My account is still around but I can't use any social features.
Bookmarks, comments, follows and messages all disabled. Yet no reason given.
You might've used a blacklisted IP?
it's just automatic anti-bot. Pixiv seems like a company that only exists because it's necessary for Japanese artists... not because it provides a good service.
you must convey this feeling through an emoticon
:O ~ $#*$&^@*$&^#@*
Can you post the image behind it please?
I was happily clicking on the emojis but then I say that
I got a guy who was soliciting real life hookups and using it as a Twitter clone banned
What the HELL are they thinking? It looks like some combination of social media and twitch and discord. And I wonder how they're getting them, because this 'man wipes sweat' thing is (was?) a 4chan thing a decade ago but here it is in vtuber form, and of course it's in english.
And there's Spongebob?
This is a real mess
I prefer sticker in the comments and given the responses I've gotten I know artists do too
They're user generated. Hope you can disable it/get an extension to do it eventually
Emoji reactions themselves are probably not bad, what I have an issue with is the costume meme ones.
Eh, just because an artist becomes popular doesn't mean he deserves to have 5 annoying lines of emojis below his work. Your example does seem nice and hopefully that becomes the norm
I guess I was being a bit too mean but I think it's the type of audience that they bring in. Here's an example of a popular work with just 2 different emojis.
Put simply it's just the overtly sexual stuff, or rather artists that mostly draw that since people would have them followed for that reason. Non-Japanese that like to look at cute or pretty drawings are seemingly still as rare as ever, but hentai presumably is still skyrocketing in popularity to people that don't otherwise have much of an interest in art or Japanese stuff in general
you've gone a long way my man
keep on trucking