|11-06-2010, 11:33 PM||#1|
You should know this first
How are you?? I wish every one is fine..
You must know this before you go to the final cg art work
Have you ever asked your self
When you see any thread what's make you don't write any replies??
How can you imagine others replay on your thread when you don't replay at theirs ??
Replaying on others its the best way to make others replay on yours
Remember always that your comments are YOU so try to look good
Your comments are all about showing your personality so you should pay some attention to these things:
_Every artwork here is with artistry value and so precious for the heart of the artist and you make sure that he is expecting a special replies and useful critique build on the basics of tact in speech and conversations so don't corrupt his rejoicing
_Start with hello or some nice words
_Look at the work very good cuz he had spent alot of time to show it to you
_Say what you think honestly [ but your self in the place of the artist and see what you are writing
_Do not say " I don't like your work " or " Ugly lighting " or " aweful " cuz this is not a critique.. this is hurting for feelings... (just remember your first days you were not born an artist,,
_Check out the other comments.. if you saw what you want to say then say something else or just let go
_Remention the mistakes after you say some help and cheering .. like :
[ I like the shadows but the light in that spot is to high .. you make fix it by doing ,,,,,,,, ]
|09-07-2010, 09:46 AM||#3|
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very true - that being said though, I've been on this forum for about a year now (hardly posting ironically :P) and most of the comments I see are quite friendly and helpful, especially compared to other forums/art sites.
at the end of the day, everyone comes here to get advice and inspiration so we should help keep it a suitable environment for that.
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|10-07-2010, 07:26 PM||#4|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: SF Bay Area, California
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Getting feedback is easy if you are one of two extremes, really bad or really good. It's when you are in-between comments become few and far between. Ironically that's when we need good critiques the most. Sadly as a result people start flirting with additional forums for the help they need, becoming drifters instead of community members.
There are a couple ways to get that attention back, but spamming forums with one or two sentence remarks is not the way to go. "I like it, but overall it could be improved" and other non-specific remarks don't make good critiques so if that is all you give do don't expect much in return. Call me stingy but I'm not here primarily to use flowery language and be buddy, buddy with everyone, I'm here to learn, improve, and possibly help others along the way.
The best ways to get that feedback again is to either join a challenge, work on something recognizable that people are fans of, or plain and simple get better. I would say give good critiques, but often that requires dropping the "buddy buddy" act and laying it straight, which may be outside of some posters comfort zone on both ends.
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