Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Deviant Administrator Alexey LebedevMale/Ukraine Groups :icondt: dt
Devious Technology
Recent Activity
Deviant for 8 Years
Premium Member 'til Hell freezes over
Statistics 9 Deviations 178 Comments 57,274 Pageviews


Alisey's Profile Picture
Alexey Lebedev


Add a Comment:
RhynWilliams Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015   Traditional Artist
:wave: hello!
Ozakuya Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for the LLama! :)
ttobserve Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014
Hi, there! And thank you, for fixing and polishing the DA software!

According to   Site Update: Replying to FeedbackIn our continuous effort to improve the deviantART experience, we're publishing weekly Site Updates to keep members informed and to gather feedback. Below is a list of recent changes to the site, bug fixes, and feedback that was brought up by members in the last Site Update.
Change Log
Editing the deviantID widget would trigger an "Invalid Country" error, if the location was set to "Unspecified". Fixed by elhsmart
Comment pages on the mobile website were not displaying properly. Fixed by ultramouse
Downloading files would not work when viewing files inside of a stack. Fixed by Alisey
The New Groups section of the Today page was missing. Fixed by justgalym
When viewing the edit history of a comment, the previous versions would display signatures, regardless of one's browsing preference setting. Fixed by ultra
and I quote:
Titles with special characters would not always display correctly,
when viewing a Journal’s preview. Fixed by Alisey.
I surmised that one could —finally!—
include letters beyond the restricted English 26,
so I tried to change the title of
Even now, I cannot utter that term without feeling a surge in my tearducts.
It is the name by which Sarit and her kind refer to their own world.
It stems from Ama, equivalent to our Gaia,
who in ancient times was seen as a gigantic being
whose body whose skin is the landscape we inhabit,
and who, in modern times, is still earnestly revered
by all those environmentalists who worship her,
not by building temples in her honor, but by recycling trash
and by trying to preserve her assets.
Sarit's forebears rhetorically asked about Mai Ama: Ama's belongings.
What belongs to Ama?
Answer: everything around you, as far as the eye can see.
Thus, their word for "the" World, "the" Earth,
was Mai-Ama, contracted to Mayam.
[Would you rather I spelled it Maam, a lo Tolkien?]
Anyway, their present culture is very much aware of the fact that
they are descended from the ashes of a proud and prosperous civilization
whose mistakes are not to be

to Mayam-Bä, as it should be, but no;
I got the usual rejection.
Am I missing something?   :hmm:
Add a Comment: