HELLO! WELCOME TO THE GROUP!
Before you post anything, please become familiar with the following rules!
Stealing work and claiming it as your own is unacceptable (PLEASE report any cases of this).
Once your adopt is CLOSED please REMOVE it from the folder it is in.
If you're a repeat offender of not removing your deviations from the group you will be kicked. Sorry, but this system is in place so it's easier to organize and keep the folders up to date.
Members who do not have any deviations on their account will not be accepted. Sorry, but this is an adoptable group and if you are not an adoptable maker you will not be accepted! Likewise if you do not have any deviations relating to adoptables. However, non-adoptable related art may be submitted to the "Non-Adoptable Art" folder.
No complaining if you can't afford the adopts.
Please respect one another and keep a good atmosphere by doing so. This includes respecting all admins of the group. If you are rude especially towards myself or my co-owner, you will be banned from the group and contacting us.
You are ALLOWED to advertise in the comments TWICE a week, as long as it doesn't become spam.
Doll-marker's and generator's are allowed.
Please submit to the right folder, it saves me time from sorting deviations into their proper folders.
If you are unsure as to what folder your deviation goes into leave a comment and myself, or one of the co-founders will advise you.
If you would like me to add a new folder, please also let me know either through comments or note/
If your deviation is not titled appropriately (e.g. Anthro Adopts OPEN 3/3), it will be removed from the folder.
Please DO NOT submit your deviation into the featured folder if it isn't high quality, otherwise it will be moved to the appropriate folder.
Overall, suggestions are WELCOME to help me improve the group.
Thanks everyone, if you don't oblige by these rules I will need to take action, I don't want to do that but I will if the situation escalates. I'm a very blunt person, so at times my tone may come across as "rude" or what have you, but it's just me being straightforward. I appreciate everyone's contribution to the group