Well…even if you go into the Hopscotch app, there’s a large portion of Hopscotchers who draw and don’t really code as much. The hopscotch team confirmed that this is okay since it’s still really creative and includes at least a little coding (I can’t find the link). I think that since most of the forum community is carried over from the Hopscotch community, it’d only make sense for the artists to come along too. If they aren’t able to post art, then there’s not much for them to take part in (that’s related to Hopscotch), so that would exclude them or maybe make them just have to find something else to take part in (that may be more or less off topic from Hopscotch and/or coding). This brings us to the drawing topic. Instead of having separate topics for each drawing, we have a series of drawing topics (because they usually max out on replies after a while). This is so it’s all organized and doesn’t completely fill the forum with drawings and coding becomes extinct. It’s good that it’s all in a few topics for the forumers who don’t really believe in or support drawings on the Hopscotch forum. This way it won’t clog up all of latest or #collabs-requests-competitions (or whatever category it’s in), and if you really despise the topics, you can easily mute them (there’s always only one official drawing on paper compared to iPad topic active at any given time, it’s convenient). I personally think that the Drawing Topics are a great solution to all the situations stated previously, but that’s just an opinion. A personal opinion. Thanks for reading. GT reference! fangirl (or fanboy, no gender rules here) scream
I worked really hard writing that, so yeah… @ISNBN_List Sorry for tagging you guys!
EDIT: I feel really proud of this post. Watch as no one takes the time to actually read it all.
Jk…no self pity here!