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Community Project: #Daily5

Tue May 15, 2018, 7:03 PM


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Come one, come all! It's time for a community project.

Something many of us see on DA each day is community members asking for comments. Whether it's simply acknowledgement that they created something or genuinely wanting feedback on their art, true deviation comments can be hard to come by! I mean there is a LOT of artwork submitted here each day. If you don't have a large watcherbase, it can be hard to get attention for yourself and your art. There are a lot of comment-oriented projects on DA and that's awesome. I am hoping to keep the momentum going with this new project.

Introducing... #Daily5!


I would like to challenge all of you to take 5-10 minutes each day (or as many days as you can!) to leave only five (5) comments on others' deviations. Commenting gives attention to others but can also bring some attention right back to YOU! Plus, commenting can be a great learning experience for all involved.

Just leave 5 comments per day on the artwork that you are browsing anyway! Now, when I say comment, I don't mean "nice!" or "good work!"... I am thinking something a little more engaging for the artist. Read on!


What Should I Comment On!?

  • You should always comment on things you are interested in. That way it is easier for you to come up with something to say, give advice on, or just plain old gloat over!

  • Comment on art that has been submitted recently. Why? Because you know the artist is active on DA and more likely to see your comment and/or reply to you! There is also the added benefit of others browsing newer artwork and seeing your comment on that piece!

  • Comment on the artwork of artists who are not mega popular. Wait wait wait... I am not saying that our superstar community members do not need some love. But we were all new or undiscovered artists once... And how great was it/is it when someone commented on your piece with some kind words or pieces of advice?! Spread the looooove, people.

What Sort of Comments Should I Leave?

  • Always leave honest feedback. It doesn't help the artist for you to say things you don't mean about their work.


  • Be respectful. You should never leave a comment with the intent of hurting or insulting the artist. See above: spread the love

  • Try to say something more than "nice!" -- WHY do you feel that way? Be descriptive!


  • If you're comfortable, give the artist some pointers or advice. If you could change something about their piece, what would it be and why?

Sounds fun, what can I do to spread the word?


I'm glad you like the idea and would love for you to join me on #Daily5 journey. The best way to get involved is to leave your 5 comments per day and share them with me. You can help spread the word by sharing this blog in your own journals or status updates! The more that see it, the better. Think about creating a Daily5 favorite collection with the #Daily5 tag to collect all of the work you've left comments on! :dance:

Feel free to follow me at JenFruzz too. I will be sure to post status updates when I do my #Daily5 to share the art I commented on and encourage you all to share thumbnails of the art YOU commented on! I'd love to see the impact you're helping make in the community. :heart:

So, who is in?!







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:iconenkrat:
enkrat Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Živjo!!!!Hi! I do this but I wish to say this beautiful idea and I wish to be part of!!:huggle:
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LoveJuiceP Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow nice idea...
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:iconkikoeart:
kikoeart Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2019
Great idea!
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:iconklaradrielle:
KlaraDrielle Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2019  Hobbyist Photographer
J'aime bien l'idée, mais c'est difficile parce que tout est en anglais et que c'est très difficile à comprendre parfaitement, il faut toujours passer par un traducteur et j'ai toujours des erreurs de compréhension

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umbatman Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2018  Professional General Artist
this would be such an amazing idea, just not a fave and run but to really write a nice comment , it does so much good for a artist,
sadly i have stopped writing comments cause no one bothers about them
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Well this project is supposed to help with that ;P
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:iconporcelanowyokular:
PorcelanowyOkular Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Today I posted this journal : an interesting idea! :0My friend just had a great idea, that I had to try out immediately.

Comment at least one artwork on your DA watch list ( you know what I mean ) per day. Not only you'll excersize with writing constructive criticism and creating logical, consistent statement, but! Also! You'll make someone's day better, because a lot of artists get motivated while reciving some comments from their watchers!

+ It takes MAXIMUM 10 minutes. MAXIMUM. It's such a small amount of time ya dorks. Don't be lazy.

So...you're gonna try it out? C:



And now I come here and read all that stuff. Wowie, world is a bunch of wierd circumstances!

Of course I would like to join in, but...I don't know if I'll manage to comment that much. Of course I'll try, but I would like to start slowely ( baby steps ). Today I've decided to comment at least once per day. Gonna keep it like that for a week. If I'll manage to do it I'll try to post two comms per day for another week, then three per day etc., until I'll hit 5 coms.

I feel motivation to comment a lot, but...I know myself. I should start slowely.

And wowie - great initiative over there! Motivating people to write more, and write with manners, love and respect! We totally need to spread the word! ^^
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Even starting smaller does something good for the community :aww:
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:iconpearwood:
pearwood Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
From my home page...

Steve's suggestions on how to leave a good comment...
  1. Tell the artist what caught your eye, something your particularly liked or didn't like.
  2. Tell the artist something you think they could have done differently or better.
  3. Suggest an alternate title; it tells the artist what you saw in the image.
  4. Interact with the artwork, continue its story.
  5. Ask the artist how or why they did something.
  6. If nothing else, even "Ooh, pretty!" or "Oh, ick!" is a lot more information than no comment at all.
Enjoy!
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
These are awesome, Steve! Thanks for sharing them :la:
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:iconpearwood:
pearwood Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
:hug:
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:iconpearwood:
pearwood Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Good for you. Comments are the lifeblood of deviantArt. I leave a lot, and even get some back. :w00t:
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:icondonlope01:
donlope01 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Great idea, I'm in
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome!
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:icondj-edi:
Dj-Edi Featured By Owner Edited Jun 1, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm not sure if I really should do this, I mean I do comment on other's stuff daily always anyway ((tho maybe not every of my comments is constructive ^^; )) But still it's a great idea
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
You should try it! Doesn't hurt :la:
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:iconjoediamondd:
JoeDiamondD Featured By Owner May 31, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
I dont think this site is lacking of comments or activity, actually its lacking of quality. When i first made my account here, ive met so many artists, talented and creative minds. Now because  this site allow any moron to post all the shitty or ill stuff that come through their heads, photo or photoshopped, this site become their community. Few sites allow sick photos, like making parts of females or males extremely  big or very intimate photos, this site its not about art anymore. Many of my friends and me included low down the activity here because of this problem. When you search for inspiration here, most of the time you get photos of these morons appreciated more then real artwork....

The only change will be this site restored to what it used to be :)
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Howdy ^^ Thanks for your comment. I’m sad to see that your DA experience hasn’t been like mine. I met a lot of artists when I first joined too but that hasn’t changed for me. I still meet new people on here from around the world almost every day. I have to disagree that other sites don’t allow the images you’re talking about, a google search can show that inflation art exists all over the place. 

DA is not about art anymore? This place is still a community that allows freedom of expression (within policy of course haha) and just because you don’t like something, doesn’t mean it is not an artistic expression. I don’t like inflation art either... so I just scroll past it. Searching for inspiration hasn’t been a problem for me either. You just have to know how to search and learn to scroll past the things you don’t like. There are actually some tutorials about how to browse “smart” and find what you want to see!

The community here is very much a living thing. You get back what you put into it. If you put effort in you are rewarded. If you get involved in the community, you meet new, talented, motivated artists with similar interests and goals as you! I looked at your page and I might suggest doing some of that giving back, paying it forward. Get involved in some groups, post regular features of art you find and enjoy, hell even getting involved in my #daily5 project is meant to help boost your experience here and have some fun at the same time. :)
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:iconjoediamondd:
JoeDiamondD Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Dont understand me wrong, DA changed my life so i would never ever dare to say it wasnt a wonderful experience, it still is in the community i am and with the artists i love, but it really bleeds my eye when i look for inspiration and i i only get "that type of art" If you think the activity here its an effort, for me its a relaxation, a time for and with myself

If you consider that thing is an art form, i dont have anything more to say. I agree i might not use tutorials to get a smart search,  honestly i didnt imagine there is such a thing, but if we want to keep DA safe, just for artists, i dont think we should need a tutorial for searching how to skip things that hurts our eyes. On DA there are artists that earn millions, even they look for inspirations, do you think that they are willing to loose time with tutorials for searching? Many of the artists i met here and there is a big number, low down the activity for this exact reason.

I am not trying to put down DA, my life wouldnt be the same without it, im just trying to point that there is a problem and i only wish DA to be the best site for displaying art
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
I think you misunderstood me. ^^ The tutorials are to help you find art you want to see... Not explicitly to help you avoid art you don't want to see (that is only an added benefit lol). As for considering such a tutorial to be a waste of time... I think anyone who is a professional in any area should always seek to expand their knowledge, not restrict it. ;)

As for whether or not I consider inflation art to be art... I don't think it's up to any one individual to decide what is and is not art. I may not like the content but someone DID paint or draw it... So technically they created it even if I find it tasteless.
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:iconpoglazovs:
Poglazovs Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think it's not difficult to pay attention, if you have something to sayNod 
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 31, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Sometimes I have so many tabs open with amazing art so I favorite all of it then forget to leave comments. This project has helped me slow down and actually comment on things :D
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:iconpoglazovs:
Poglazovs Featured By Owner May 31, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes it is! Sometimes I just can not express my thoughts and therefore I write very briefly:| (Blank Stare) 
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:iconraviteja16:
raviteja16 Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Don't know what to say... as I have not given any comments most of the time 
But I want to try it... 
Yes... I Am in !
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 31, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes definitely try it! You can do it :la:
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:iconraviteja16:
raviteja16 Featured By Owner May 31, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Given comments to few of the arts today...
Felt really good interacting with the artists...

Really, Everyone should try it... 
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:icontifaxxlockhart:
TifaxxLockhart Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I AM IN!! :clap:
This is really nice piece of advise for the community. THANK YOOOUU!! :D
I am sharing this right now! ;D
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
WOOT! Glad you like the project! Thanks for taking part :la:
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:icontifaxxlockhart:
TifaxxLockhart Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
My pleasure! :heart:
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:icondarksnow0:
DarkSnow0 Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
That's a fantastic idea ! I'll do it !
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Woot! Glad to hear it, hope you have fun doing it!
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:iconlacrimareobscura:
LacrimareObscura Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What an amazing idea! *-*
I´ll try to take part! Even if I don´t think I´ll reach the 5 a day, I´ll do my best.

I shared your project here on DA and on Twitter:
Community Project #Daily5
twitter.com/Lacrima_Art/status…

Also created a #Daily5 gallery on my favs. :D
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Doing your best is all anyone can ever ask. Thanks for taking part and also for sharing this with your watchers!
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:iconlacrimareobscura:
LacrimareObscura Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That´s right. Thank you!
It was my pleasure. It becomes harder to get comments, favs and watchs here, so I really like your idea.
To encourage others to continue their work and give some motivation is a wonderful thing and really needful! ^_^
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:icontubi4:
tubi4 Featured By Owner May 30, 2018
I leave 100+ unique comments daily! Mainly on my feed though :dummy:
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
That is AMAZING!!!! WHAT?!?! Holy crap I don't think I can come up with 100 unique comments in a year :iconlaughsplz: You rock, keep going!
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tubi4 Featured By Owner May 30, 2018
I will try :la:
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ErikShoemaker Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
5 comments per day is easy, but I've become increasingly lazy with it. :D So most of my comments end up being "Great work! I love XY about it!" 
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JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 30, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
It really is so easy! But it's 5 more comments than I typically leave because I am SUPER LAZY. Not anymore though :iconsuperheroplz:
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NemoX7 Featured By Owner May 27, 2018   Writer
Opening to this I swear I started to read it along to the tune of Topsy-Turvy from Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame. 
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 27, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
ahahaha I should add a Hunchback gif :lmao:
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NemoX7 Featured By Owner May 27, 2018   Writer
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 28, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
hahaha
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AmaraSessh Featured By Owner May 27, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wait so, the idea is to leave one comment on 5 different DA posts, or to leave 5 comments on one artwork? LMFAO its a great idea tbh, whoaaa
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JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 27, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
5 comments on 5 different deviations :la: 1 comment each! 
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:iconamarasessh:
AmaraSessh Featured By Owner May 27, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Alright, sounds awesome >:D
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:iconmasterrj:
MasterRJ Featured By Owner May 27, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
This is an amazing idea! Gotta share it with my friends!
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 27, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
:heart:!
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:iconbloodywing:
BloodyWing Featured By Owner May 26, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I even suggest DD :)
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:iconjenfruzz:
JenFruzz Featured By Owner May 26, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome!!
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