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Does anyone else get amused/annoyed by the anons speculating about whether or not the cow visits the farm on like every thread when outside of the celebricows:
>the vast majority of cows are literal nobodies outside of their tiny niche and don't have a team to shield them from criticism
>for the e-celeb cows, their livelihood depends on knowing what their audience thinks of their content
>they're people, and people get distressed when others are gossiping about them
>a large proportion are pathological attention-seekers and lolcow = attention
>there have been numerous cases of e-celebs and even real celebs getting caught on gossip sites
like no shit they've read the thread, there's a good chance that they're reading your dumbass comment at this very moment. Do farmers really think that internet people with a few thousand or even a few million followers are above watching people fling shit at them, or even flinging shit themselves?
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I'm beating a dead horse with this, but I've gotten the time to waste while thinking about this along side with other old stuff, so here it is, I guess.
Mr. Enter is a person I'm very conflicted with. I believe he can say and create good stuff is he tries to, but at the same time I understand why many people used to and still consider him a cow. Everytime I see people making fun of him, I think that people are being too harsh on him and that he doesn't deserve to be treated like that, but then I watch one of his videos and then I began to remember why people dislike him so much. Similar thing with Growing Around; when I see all of the youtubers making fun of his proyect, I began to feel that they are being pretty cruel with someone's passion proyect, but then I read the actual scrips, look at the marketing or even the way Enter keeps talking about other people's works and then I don't know anymore if it's actual cruelness or just karma.
As much as I don't like Daftpina, I think that Enter should take his advice and just work on something other than growing around, or just start with something more simple than a 20 minutes episode show. Honestly, my biggest issue with Growing around is that it feels more like if was created for other animation critics on Youtube instead of children; like, Enter is trying so hard to pressent it as some form of uber-subversive piece that it might feel very boring and tryhard for an actual kid; and it seems like if he knows it because most of the time he tries to shoehorne stuff like ponies and rainbows into his works thinking that it would make it more appealing to a kid, but it just makes the presentation feel corny and out of touch.
I also want to create my own proyect one day, and I'd like to go full indie with it, but seen Enter's situation with GA, I've decided to do a better planning with my own stuff before jumping into the water.