|Mystic Road Graphics is a fairy new graphics site created predominantly for graphics for www.fictioncentral.net, but is not officially affiliated with FictionCentral, HarryPotterFanFiction.com, or The Dark Arts. It is simply a fan-created alternative.
With that being said, there are a few general rules that should generally be followed around the forums. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the site administration. We're happy to help you.
1.) Be polite and respectful of your fellow artists. We're all here to become better, and part of becoming better is encouragement. If you can't think of anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
2.) Keep it clean. I'm not going to go around banning people for saying damn every once in awhile, but please try to keep it to a minimum. And also, please try to refrain from posting graphics with too much violence in them. FictionCentral won't even allow banners that even have a picture of a gun on them, so there's no reason to post those graphics here.
3.) When in doubt, ask. This is still very much a growing community of artists, so while we may someday get to the point where I'm pulling my hair out because the 756,923th person has just asked me how to post their gallery, but the thing is, we haven't gotten there yet. So please, when in doubt, ASK!
4.) The off topic section is there for a reason, so please use it. There isn't too much that I won't allow there, so go crazy. Discuss all of the books and movies, keep everyone updated on your friend drama, tell us about your new blog, whatever. I don't care what you talk about or advertise in the off topic section, as long as it stays there.
5.) This isn't TDA. Don't always assume that everything is exactly the same here as it is in that world. When in doubt, ask, but don't assume. Because we all know what happens when you do that ;)
And, guys, have fun. This is a site where you can experiment with different graphics and get feedback, and you can get really cool banners for your stories and forum graphics to use in your posts. So just smile, relax, and if you have any questions, don't be shy :)
Updated 22 February 2008 by daqu