Ok, whether or not people read this or not, I’m saying it anyway.
Constructive Criticisim is 99% of what this forum is. It is a public forum - posting your work in such a place opens the doors for people to talk about your work. Some people are going to like what you make, others will not. Everyone will state what they feel about your work, and whether or not you like it or not, you should respect other people’s opinions about what they think of what you’ve made.
Further more, if someone offers you advice on how to make what you’ve made better, you should not only be glad that we care enough to take the time to peck out help for you, but be glad that almost all of us are putting it in a tone that isn’t shoving it down your throat. Let me add that disgruntled artists spitting our advice back at us will agitate us, ignoring our advice and you continuing to post work that seems to do exactly the opposite of what we’ve reccomended just means that you don’t care what we think, and hence meaning we completly wasted our time in trying to help you.
This does not please us.
If you don’t want advice or commentary either a) don’t ask for it or b) don’t post at all, because I 100% guarantee you that you’ll get it, whether you ask for it or not.
Lastly, those of us who are giving the advice, put the constructive in the constructive criticisim. That means put some thought in what you’re saying, don’t be a prick, just say something easy to understand and meaningful to whomever it may concern.
There, Im finished ranting. This was brought on by a number of recent people getting pissed off at us because we dont like what they’ve posted.