Yeah, you can respond as much as you want. I kinda wanna know what this community thinks. I notice the audience in this site is younger. In Deviant Art it's all people my age like late 20s-mid30s.
The Red stamp is a Chinese name stamp. It's my Chinese name "Ren Si Qi".
Other times I use my "Artist Name" (nomdeplume) which is "Black UniGryphon" or in the Furry Fandom it's called my "Fursona". BUt, when I translated "Griffin" into Chinese there's no word for Gryphon, most people translate griffin to "Vulture" but as a member of the Gryphon Guild, I totally take offence to that, so I translated it as "Dark/blackish 1-horned/unicorn Divine Beast" substituting "Gryphon" for "Shou" which means a kind of divine beast or animal elemental or "god" like a gargoyle or angel-beasty.
I have another stamp that has my Chinese poetic slog that says "Art Is The Color Of My Heart".
It's actually normal for artists in China to use multiple stamps, of all kinds. In 2008 I asked about this and no one could really explain why in a "logical" way because it's not based on the Greek way of "Logical" system like Western culture is. Instead it's based on Daoism, which means "The Way" and won't make sence from our framework of thinking but from theirs.