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Author Topic: Read here Before you Review / Critique drawings  (Read 8428 times)

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Offline Icanttakecritiscism

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Re: Read here Before you Review / Critique drawings
« Reply #30 on: August 06, 2015, 04:04:50 PM »
Dated way of thinking isn't it?

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Re: Read here Before you Review / Critique drawings
« Reply #31 on: March 12, 2016, 10:43:11 AM »
I believe these are very good things to remember about critiquing ones work which are techniques that I try to do myself. Whenever someone critiques my artwork or writing I take what is useful and ignore what is rude or not useful.

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Re: Read here Before you Review / Critique drawings
« Reply #32 on: July 20, 2017, 06:55:19 AM »
Ok Lets keep it simple. I hope you have read the objective of this forum here,

http://forums.mangaraiders.com/index.php/topic,554.0.html


So basically what all we need is encourage people to draw and help them to improve their skills. Also help them to publish their arts without worrying or shy.
So when you critique or review others drawings please keep this in mind.

Critiques and reviews with reasons and logic are always welcome ! thats what help others to  improve and move on.

What we don't need is bad or negative remarks or remarks without reasons. such as

" Your arts look horrible "
" these look like crap you better quit "
" I don't like your drawing style "
" Your linearts are bad "
" Characters don't look like human "

I guess you can get the idea ... here's whats you can do,

01. Keep your Reviews and Critique always friendly.

02. Critique are welcome ! If you see something which can improve show it. But do it in professional and friendly manner.

03. Never discourage or hurt others feelings. We all are humans it take time to become gurus or experts.

04. If you finds a weak point in a draw but you are not sure how to explain it then try to tell it nicely or just tell what you like about the drawing the positive side.

05. Even you might have nothing to say about a drawing still a little encouraging word means a lot to the artist.


If you have any question or things you don't understand about this, feel free to post here.

Excellent guidelines. I'm very happy to see this kind of logic