I like games, and I like animation, and I like funny stuff.
I don't like ranting about myself.
The Emoticon Corner - Volume 1A brand new bi-monthly article featuring emoticons, emoticonists, as well as other fun stuff having to do with emotes. This feature combines, replaces, and re-imagines the "Random Emote Awesomeness" and "Amazing Emoticonists" articles.The Emoticon Corner - Volume 1 by Mirz123
I'm a sucker for pixel vehicles and this one is awesome! Lovely shading.
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Such a sweet gift for a fellow artist. Love how the OCs are done.
~ ~ [Bullet; White] ~ [Bullet; Green] ~ [Bullet; White] ~ [Bullet; Green] ~ [Bullet; White] ~ [Bullet; Green]
Those dAmn Emotes - Volume 1Those dAmn Emotes - Volume 1 by KisayaMyst
Volume One (1)
Did You Know?
"The first script I am aware of to incorporate user-made emotes was siebenzehn's dAmn.extend. Each emote was pre-programmed, leaving the user with little option for customization beyond learning to code and modifying it themselves." -zikes
Have You Seen This Emote?
Maybe you've seen this emote around, but weren't sure why :lel: did't produce the intended result. That's because :lel: is an "unofficial" emote (i.e. not on the dA emote list) and requires an add-on called SuperdAmn1. The creator, PoisonTouch, was kind enough to answer a few questions about his emote-making.
When did you start making emotes? What inspired you to do so?
I started making emotes within the first week of joining dA! I chose to make emotes because of how influencial in conversations they seemed to be. You could easily replace whole sentences with a cute