Dream fans have responded in droves to a recent contest that has inspired them to create their own profile picture. The contest, which is titled “Create Your Dream Fanart Profile Picture With Art!” features a $2,000 prize. The contest requires fans to create a variety of creative and realistic-looking artwork. Fans responded in droves, and Dream has now shared a few of the best entries. It’s definitely worth checking out the results!
Dream’s mother defends him on social media
The lawsuit alleges that Rob Kardashian violated his contract with Chyna by publicly defending Dream on social media. Chyna, the mother of Dream, shares the son with Rob Kardashian and the other two children with her ex Tyga. In recent days, she has been vocal about overprotecting her children and has been accused of being overly protective of the kids. However, it is not clear whether Chyna has acted in a similarly aggressive way.
Dream doesn’t care if people ship him
While it may be very tempting to ship the Dream team, this actor does not like that. While there are some people who ship him, they should not. For one, he’s not gay. And it’s even cringier when a cringeworthy gay assumes that the creators are like them. Secondly, he doesn’t care if people ship him or not, so long as they are not shipping George and his ex-girlfriend.
One of the reasons why Dream doesn’t mind people shipping him is because he supports all forms of fanart as long as they adhere to the rules. While there are a few boundaries, such as not displaying NSFW content, the Dream Team has discussed these issues and decided not to ship them. Moreover, Dream does not condone the use of NSFW art or comments if they are aimed at minors, as these are considered inappropriate and may be interpreted as sexy by some.
He’s fine with reuploading content
If you’re wondering whether Dream is okay with fans reuploading his fanart, then you’ve come to the right place. The enigmatic Japanese artist has spoken out against reuploading of his content. Dream’s mother has defended her son, stating that the artist is not responsible for the upload speed and reuploading of fanart.
It’s important to note that Dream Fanart and He don’t have a relationship status. Neither Dream nor He have publicly discussed their relationship. However, they do support fanart that respects the boundaries. He’s fine with fanart that includes violent themes, but doesn’t want people to be offended by it. His wiki page does not disclose his net worth, but he has reported making 5 million dollars a year as a YouTuber.
He’s not okay with NSFW art of minors or creators
The Dream Team has repeatedly made it clear that they don’t support NSFW art or creators. They’ve urged fans to block those who violate their boundaries. While Dream doesn’t necessarily condone NSFW content in fanart, he does encourage fans to avoid it, particularly when it’s sexually explicit. This is particularly problematic as Dream has a 16 million-subscriber following on YouTube, which means that one fan for every 480 people in the world. And it’s clear that many of these people are terrible fans of Dream.
However, the Minecraft star did respond to the #dreamwaswrong trend on Twitter by saying he’s not ‘okay with NSFW art of minors or Dream fanart’, a tweet that triggered an uproar on the social media site. Dream’s stance on NSFW fanart isn’t surprising because he’s been accused of promoting inappropriate content and encouraging inappropriate content. In addition, he’s never endorsed any fanart that features minors or creators of dream fanart.