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Being popular doesn't matter. Chances are, famous Scratchers did not become famous by choice. They probably made good projects that were well-liked, so their follower count skyrocketed. Being front- paged is cool, and gets your project and you a lot of attention, but you should do Scratch to code.
The point of this is that you don't have to be popular, because it doesn't matter. You should do Scratch for you, not for your followers or anybody else.
Add any projects you want and the only rule is no unkindness and no advertising. (You shouldn't need to!)
I want everyone to in the comments, write why they do Scratch and/or what they believe Scratch is all about. (I did it too- unicornwonder23)
Invite everyone you know!
unicornwonder23 Hello from the owner of the studio! I have a new question for everybody, (no reason really), Does curating or managing studios make you feel cool or accomplishing? Is the confidence slightly lessened by the number of managers/curators?