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"Why," you ask? Because we want profile pages to have freedom of customization, but also to have some consistency. This way, when anyone visits a deviant, they know they can always find the art in the top left, and personal info in the top right.
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Additionally, recently my brother asked when I will decide which one I want to do in my life: drawing or programming. Programming is quite a new thing for me, I've changed a department at work half a year ago to be a reporting specialist and to start learning about it. With drawing it was different - I used to draw a lot at school, but stopped after high school. I went back to it 3 years ago and actually that's what boosted my creativity very much, in many fields of life, including reporting/programming stuff. I've started to get interested in it 1-2 years after I went back to drawing and I'm pretty sure that I wouldn't be interested in it at all if I didn't get back to drawing. Moreover, after getting back to drawing, I also started writing stuff like poetry and recently also fanfic, and I get more interested about photographing, I also started painting with acrylics.
Why would I want to choose one thing if all these things are actually pretty close to each other? Why would I want to close some doors on my path if I know that all these doors are connected?
Also, funny thing about my reporting career - the reason why manager of my new department picked me amongst other candidates? It was because during the interview I told him I was a digital painter. And he particularly asked me more questions about drawing than excel or any other stuff.