This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
By moving, adding and personalizing widgets.
You can drag and drop to rearrange.
You can edit widgets to customize them.
The bottom has widgets you can add!
Some widgets you can only access when you get Core Membership.
Some widgets have options that are only available when you get Core Membership.
We've split the page into zones!
Certain widgets can only be added to certain zones.
"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
Don't forget, restraints can bring out the creativity in you!
Now go forth and astound us all with your devious profiles!
Top row is my favorite of the pictures I took, and one of them is my lockscreen on my phone.
Bottom orange flowers are I believe snap dragons. Someone once said I was like a snapdragon flower. I believe it was for my bad temper and tendency to suddenly snap and o turn vicious. >___> It's true, although I think I'm a little better than I was at the time. I may seem chill and nice online but that's because I can take a minute to think of what I'm going to say, rather than the first thing that comes to mind. Although on any sort of instant chat like discord I still say stupid things that I should have thought more on before saying.
Current Residence: whatever you imagine, that it may be Favourite genre of music: Vocaloid J-pop Wallpaper of choice: Usually of an anime genre Favourite cartoon character: The Baron from "The Cat Returns." and Donald Duck Personal Quote: Ever have one of those days that turned into one of those weeks, then one of those months, then one of those years, then suddenly, you realized you were having one of those lives? --me
I left a comment that I copied and pasted here as well. I feel so much better and happier and more grateful for my life after watching this video. Normally I see or read these types of things and I feel like, yeah, I should write down what I'm grateful for, I do it, and then I forget it, but I think I will be coming back to this video in days to come.
This is a beautiful video and says so much! Thank you! I am grateful for my parents who have always been there for me during my tough depression years. I remember my elder sister, who was something of a know-it-all-snob, once telling me I should try moving out because mum and dad don't want me to live with them forever. I was crushed and wracked with guilt after that for being depressed and weak and unable to support myself. But then one day, as if his guardian angel prompted him, my Dad looks at me and says, "Don't ever move away, Hiro. Mom and I, we miss you. We miss your siblings who have moved out. Maybe some day you will leave, but don't feel you have to." I was almost in tears when he said that, and it took such a load off my guilt-ridden conscience.
Now, years later, I have finally, finally grasped and crawled, waited, and endured my way out of the pit of despair, and I have moved in with my know-it-all sister, who is now less of a jerk and much more wiser, and I am functional enough to have a job as her Nanny for her and her husband's children. I even moved several states to be with her, something I couldn't have done even four years ago, and it is a step towards being a stronger independent person, while still having family to fall back on if my depression gets bad again or other problems come up.
My sister does say insensitive things at times, but other times she is surprising perceptive in a crazy imaginative way. Once I was hacking and sneezing with an allergy attack, which at the time we thought was a summer cold. I was always getting super sick or super sore after a small amount of exercise. She said if I ever died she would clap three times to bring me back because obviously I was actually a fairy changeling, which would account for why I couldn't adjust to the mortal realm, and that has sustained me through my time with depression. It's only make believe, but letting myself believe it has helped tremendously. It's okay to believe in the fantastic, it can be a sword to slay your inner or outer dragons, or sustain you through the storm of life.