The following list contains intense amounts of SARCASM for the purpose of satire and humor.
1. Never offer artistic advice or hint at the possibility that the way young and inexperienced groups of artists work might in some way be flawed.
2. Every comic must be inherently drawn better and be funnier than the last.
3. Humor is NOT relative/subjective.
4. Nothing is funny. Ever.
5. Even the most trivial aspects of your comic must be taken 100% seriously.
6. Failure to incorporate conflicting suggestions for improvement = incapable of accepting criticism.
7. Trying to quelch flame wars also inexplicably = incapable of accepting criticism.
8. Trying to explain your artistic decisions = incapable of accepting criticism.
9. Having lots of watchers = having an inflated ego.
10. Reaching the frontpage = getting Daily Deviation.
11. Every character you draw (even ones you do for commission/jobs) = your personal opinions and beliefs which you must obviously follow rigidly IRL.
12. Never change your opinion, even if new information renders your previous position undesirable/wrong.
13. Changing your opinion = being weak minded.
14. Never use yourself as the main character for a comic series.
15. Never use the paintbucket to color your comics and instead use a tedious airbrush or magic wand layer selection technique to reproduce the same effect just slower and less efficiently.
16. Drawing the same thing twice in a row = copy/paste even if you did it traditionally by hand.
17. Everything is about semantics.
18. If you don't mention some unimportant niche trivia tangentially related to your comic, that means you must have forgotten it and you want to be reminded about it... over and over and over again...
19. Every person on the internet and in the entire world have had the exact same life experiences as you.
20. Viewing a comic you have no interest in because you're too weak willed to ignore it on your own = the artist shoving their work in your face.
21. Pointing something out for ironical humor = being a hypocrite.
22. Suggesting that anime/manga fans could stand to learn about the underlying drawing structures to improve their artwork = hating all of japanese culture/history.
23. Being an asshole to an artist without giving any sort of insightful help what-so-ever = giving constructive criticism.
24. Never EVER generalize.
25. Writing a casual review of a video game/movie/book/whatever means you must be held up to the same standards as professionals reviewers working in the field.
Happy New Year everyone.