>>2716535>If it's soulless and you're not attached to it then why is it scummy?
Because people paid for it? He removed it before the end period of the month was up, so some people didn't even had the chance to get the shit they paid for. Furthermore even mediocre art deserves to be seen. Hell, even bad art does.>It can't be two things at once
That's not how the world works, you're trying to apply mutual exclusivity where none exists.>It can't be two things at once
I'll pretend I believe you.>the common cries in these threads that patreon artists don't deserve to be paid for their work
Nobody says that, part of the people here complain about their hobby becoming another capitalist industry, part complain that patreon removes the artistic integrity of the artist, and that does happens quite often, and part complain that artists have no right to sell artwork of a character they don't own. You're trying to strawman a sour grapes fallacy where none exist.