Cope wrote:Sheesh, mcDuffies. Try thinking outside the box.
robotthepirate wrote:On another note I have no idea what this "comic [direction of choice]" is about.
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:robotthepirate wrote:On another note I have no idea what this "comic [direction of choice]" is about.
you might enjoy this bad boy
it is actually quite appropriate to this thread as well.
robotthepirate wrote:Nice. I look forward to reading your reviews of each other. It'll help me get my head around criticism and criticising better than just saying, "Yeah, cool." which is pretty much all I do now.
johnsimcoe wrote:Just wanted to chime in and say "great advice."
I work as an editor "in real life," and the writers I deal with are usually great at taking constructive criticism, but the wrong kind of criticism gets their blood boiling. When you review someone's work you need to word that criticism properly.
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:But never fear, I'm sure Schoob will start a new thread soon about Actions to avoid when reviewing/critiquing
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:For the most part, at least recently, we haven't had any outright bashers here- most reviewers on this site are pretty good at separating artist from work, and as a corollary, good at knowing which one to level the critique toward.
JustSarah wrote:One tip that really helped me in this one drawing class at Anime Weekend Atlanta is, don't draw hair like individual strands. So latelly I've just been attempting hair as clumps.
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