How to Give FeedbackHow to Give Feedback11 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
*clears throat* Hello, for those of you who already know me, you know that I normally don't write and draw a whole bunch, but, yes, I do write. For those who don't know me, welcome to my... tutorial of a sort.
I have noticed that when commenting, many viewers do it in a rather unsatisfying manner. Yes, I will acknowledge that there are people who have trouble expressing themselves through words, so don't flame me accusing me of not knowing the entire situation. Trust me I have done research, the dork I am, before I started on this. Anyway, here I will instruct viewers on how to comment on a deviation in order to
1. Make the artist happy, first and of utmost importance,
2. Have a 95% chance to receive a response by the artist, and
3. Make it seem like the artist has at least one competent viewer.
You stumble upon a deviation, whether you have been watching this person and found it in the devwatch section of your messages or found it in the recent submissions or however you found it is c
How to Give Feedback 2How to Give Feedback 211 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
So the viewer (you perhaps?) stumble upon a deviation, the how is unique. What does one do?
1. NEVER leave only an emoticon as the comment. Artists HATE that! It doesn't tell the artist whether the art was good or not, whether the art can improve or not. And emoticon is as useful to an artist as nothing at all. Trust me, leaving only an emoticon will get you nothing in return.
2. DO NOT leave ridiculously repeated emoticons unless one knows this person closely. If it was a random deviant then refrain yourself! I mean, with only three times, I get the picture; I'm sure other artists are the same way. With my friends, I allow them to do it because I know it is their expression of happiness, but if a stranger did it, it would just annoy me.
DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT press the +fav button without a comment! In my case and several of my artist friends' cases, we would rather have a comment than a +fav! Feedback is like blood! Give blood, give life! Fuel the artis