(Reminder!) I would like to feature you!Hello dear members of MostBeautifulBirds!
Within a week or two I would like to start making the feature as I promised here:
Because I know how busy some of us can be I would like to remind you that you can still submit ONE piece of your Artwork which you'd like me to include in the Feature.
- Submit your favourite bird-art, made by yourself, to the following folder: "Special folder for Featured".
- Or leave a comment with a link to the piece you'd like to have featured.
- Or send me a note including the URL to the piece.
- You will be able to submit only ONE piece.
- If you've submitted a piece and wish to change it later, please send me a note with a link to the piece you wish to remove and a link to the one which you'd want to put in its place.
Good luck choosing
How to write constructive feedback and critiques!:icongenuinefeedback:
This journal, which I'm featuring right now, is originally written by kizer29. I've read it with pleasure and find this piece very interesting and instructive. Therefor I would like to share it with you guys.
Many thanks to kizer29 for this awesome and inspirational guideline!
The original journal:
Copied from the original:
It may be a daunting task trying to comment on something you truly like. You may also feel you have insufficient education as brought up by Tryskacik so I have complied a sort of guideline to giving feedback.
When thinking about how to write constructive feedback I like to focus on the word "Constructive" do you feel they can take anything away from the comment reflect on or draw something from? I need to stress that this does not mean that you should exculsivly highlight their room for improvement.
When choosing a
Fluffy Flying Feathery FeatureFor already quite a while I was planning to make a special feature about some of my favourite creatures from our beautiful Multiverse. And now it's finally finished! I hope you all enjoy
These pictures are made by some of the most amazing (bird-)photographers at DeviantArt. I invite you to take a look at their galleries, just click on one of your favourite little birds. Really, they have amazing art waiting for us to be seen
p.s. Don't forget to scatter birdseeds in your garden, especially with some cold winter months ahead of us.
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