Ah, before I forget, could you please takes some time and answer the questions in my resumee? That'll be nice!^^
Love and thanks Pix
DECEMBER RESUMEE (repost)
Puh, you guys are amazing! I started this page with 0 expectations and never thought you had so many wishes!^^
To tell the truth, it's been a lot of fun bringing your thoughts to paper and I hope we can do even more. I've learned so much during this short time and want to say thank you for giving me this opportunity.
Now I have a little job for you and I would be happy if you would spend some of your precious time to answer some questions:
1. Do you support artists in general (if so how?) 2. What reasons do you have for your support / no support? 3. Do you wish more interaction with artists or do you just consume their art? 4. Who's your favorite artist? 5. How do you stand to comments and critique?
Please answer these questions with full honesty. And no, there won't be any side effects!
Also: 1.) Of course! The artist I follow I recommend them to friends and others on Deviant Art (on other website too like tumblr and pintrest). 2.) I can tell it helps them out a lot. Most of them are really hidden. And a request or commission here and there helps get attention to them too. 3.) Yah, I do wish there was more interaction. Some of the artist I support rarely say a thing. Which is a little sad to me because I know they're great people. 4.) Aaaaah I have too many! But one of my first favorite all time artist is Pat Perry. Just-WOW. 5.) It all depends if it's very serious. Sometime if I critique they don't seem to pay attention. A lot of them are very busy.
1.I try my best to check out their gallery and recommend it to my friends if it's any good, I comment when I have time and favorite it's really that good. 2.I see my support for someone as a strength towards them to let them know that they're good and that they should keep moving forward to be the best that they can be even if their art doesn't show up for a while are having art blocks they will know there are people out there willing to stick with them even if their ideas suck at the time, they can develop from that. 3. A little interaction wouldn't hurt, to take the chance to say thanks to the people who took the time to comment and talk to them about why they like their art and so forth. 4. That's a toughie, mostly because I have a lot of favorites. 5. I try my best to be mature and professional about comments unless it's a joke that the commenter made then I'll reply goofily as well. It just depends on how well you know the person who made the comment or how they address your piece of work.
NSFW is totally fine, I've always wondered what it'd look like that's why I'm interested.. But make sure they're a bit older in the drawing like late teens/early twenties. ^^ by then Saige would have longer hair.
1. Yes i do, by giving them a like/comment to the drawings if it's possible a i can donate some points to support him/her. 2. It helps to feeling motivated to keep working and improving the skills for getting better and better in every project or idea to work with including a feedback option, but if his/her art hasn't improved in a current time i would't keep supporting. 3. I'd like to interact with some artists, because they can help you to increase and it just how you can take the best of them to help you out. 4. I've got a few of them, Mark Crilley, Wokada and Kosaki Yusuke. 5. I just got to keep calm what things or elements i should improve and i write them down to not make the same mistakes found in the work on next ones. If it's just a comment without any supporting or just bothering i tend to ignore them or block that comment/user .