|I use watercolors, acrylics, pencils, and occassionally a mouse. I paint animals, take pictures, create cards and announcements, but especially love drawing portraits. When I grow up I want to be a mom.|
How To CommentDo you hate it when people ask you to leave comments on their work, and you want to, but you dont know what to say? Are you at a loss for words when you see a picture you love? Are you unsure of when to tell people to just keep practicing? I had the idea some time ago to type up a simple guide on leaving comments. That is, leaving them as I often try to leave them myself. Im not saying this is the right way and the only way. These are simply my thoughts on it. Tell me what you think of it all.How To Comment by treijim
All right, so you find a piece of art you want to comment on. What first? Well, I find that a good comment can be divided into sections. Generally, if its someone I know nothing about, I start with a compliment, give my thoughts/critiquing (if they encourage it), and end with a compliment. This way, its more likely to stick in their mind if they see the overall comment as friendly.
Lets look at different areas of leaving comments:
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