Gothic ('gä-thik) of or relating to a style of fiction characterized by the use of desolate or remote settings and macabre, mysterious, or violent incidents. A fashion and music movement characterized by black clothes, dramatic make-up, and dark, moody music styles. Fetish: Not a part of the Gothic subculture, though the two may meet under some circumstances (everyone has their vices). Please consider this before adding fetish sites. I am in the process of sending these sites elsewhere, as soon as there is an elsewhere. Baywatch rejects in latex, bathing suits, vinyl, plastic wrap, duct tape, horse tack, etc.. count as "Fetish" only and need not apply here. Subjects in graveyards, forests, cathedrals, lace, sheers, ribbons, hair extensions, gowns, boots, etc.. photo reproductions of artwork, period style clothing, Gothic sites with fetish art, Gothic subjects in fetish wear, endless other possibilities, possibly "Gothic:Art:Fetish Art". I may reject it, send it to the aforementioned spot, or write you personally and ask why it belongs here. Personal pages. Personal pages that are mostly related to the artwork of that person will go in this section. Personal pages with some artwork, links to artwork sites, or lists of favorite artists go to Gothic:Personal Pages (back one directory to hit this branch). Make sure that your page has something to do with this sub culture, and is art-oriented. It is preferred that your site is mostly related to this subculture, if not completely. Exceptions will be made, based on amount of relevant content.
Please make sure that this site is completely related to Gothic comics and graphic novels. Personal pages by Gothic people should go under Gothic:personal pages, Gothic subculture sites with more art/literature content than just comics should go under Gothic:art. Gothic subculture pages with more than just Gothic art should go under subcultures:Gothic.
Gothic comics and graphic novels. This includes comic strips, comic books, and full length graphic novels partaining to gothic lore or to the gothic subculture.
Please make sure that this site is completely related to gothic comics and graphic novels. Personal pages by gothic people should go under gothic:personal pages, gothic subculture sites with more art/literature content than just comics should go under gothic:art. Gothic subculture pages with more than just gothic art should go under subcultures:gothic.
Digitally rendered artwork, relating to the Gothic subculture, or Gothic literature.
Digitally rendered artwork, relating to the Gothic subculture, or Gothic literature. Should be works that are fully or mostly created digitally. Digitally altered photographs have another section in photography.

Please make sure that your submission complies with both guidelines, and is mostly or fully dedicated to this area.

These are illustrations that relate to the gothic subculture, or are created by artists who are a part of the gothic subculture. Both would be preferred over either of course.
Please submit only sites that mostly consist of illustrations done by artists from the gothic subculture, with subjects relating to the gothic subculture (beauty, mortality, romance, nature, things archaic, ribbons and black lace, etc.) or gothic literature (examples Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allen Poe).
These are paintings that relate to the gothic subculture, or are painted by artists who are a part of the gothic subculture. Both would be preferred over either of course.
Please submit only sites that mostly consist of paintings done by artists from the gothic subculture, with subjects relating to the gothic subculture (beauty, mortality, romance, nature, things archaic, etc.) or gothic literature (examples Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allen Poe).
These are photographs that relate to the gothic subculture, or are created by artists who are a part of the gothic subculture. Both would be preferred over either of course.
Please submit only sites that mostly consist of photography done by artists from the gothic subculture, with subjects relating to the gothic subculture (beauty, mortality, romance, nature, things archaic, etc.) or gothic literature (examples Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allen Poe).
Sculpture by Gothic artists, or directly relating to the Gothic culture or subculture.
Reminder: Sites must mostly or completely consist of material relating to the Gothic subculture. Sites must also consist primarily of sculpted work.

If your site fits both of these descriptions, then your site should be added within a week.