how about when you can create a piece as detailed and beautiful as this one, then you go around on an art site putting other people down for their work, im sure with that kind of talent under your belt you'll get a much better thrill out of picking on others, bet it makes you feel so big to pick on people online. shame you aint got the guts to say this to her face, but thats just what makes online "bullying" so humorus.
whats not to say one day she might decide to take her art seriously and discover she has a true talent for it? and dont start with "shes too old to discover a talent" when many artists took their art seriously and began to improve their work at her age. maybe when that happens she'll create art a damn site better than yours.
as an artist you should at least be grown up enough to respect other peoples work, because as highly as you may think of yourself, the origional artist of this piece probably looks down at your work and thinks to themselves "wow, what a train crash"
... what? No, really? I'm legitimately confused by this. Where did you get any of this? Was this meant for somebody else, or what?
How is telling an artist that somebody stole and vandalized their work bullying? Would you prefer I told the thief that she's a loser and will never amount to anything because she can't be bothered to create her own work? That doesn't sound very "respectful" or "grown up", does it? That's why I simply told the artist that her work was stolen, and left it at that.
Who's the goodie two shoes here? Last I checked, you were the one defending a dishonest, stolen image and telling me to be respectful of it.
Question. Why do you keep referring to ~anime-wolf848's recolor as "her work" and "her version"? It's nothing short of a recolor; a disrespectful botch of somebody else's hard work. There's nothing to respect about it to begin with. Your friend has done nothing but scribble over somebody else's lovely image. Why the hell are you defending that?