Comment Thread is an ongoing initiative started by ProjectComment. It is open to anyone and everyone to participate in, and feedback is guaranteed for all participants!
Note: This thread is for visual art pieces only. For constructive comments on literature, please visit Targeted Commenting or Commenter System. Thanks for your cooperation!
How does this work?
- Find the last post made on this blog.
- Comment constructively on a piece by that artist while listing ProjectComment somewhere in that comment, e.g "Commented on behalf of ProjectComment.
- Post a link to your comment on this blog.
Quick guidelines and rules:
- When commenting on this blog, make sure to include a link to the comment you left. If you do not include this link, your comment will be hidden and you will be skipped.
- Try to leave a useful and constructive comment. Don’t just say you like it. Say why you like it, how it makes you feel, etc. As a rule of thumb, try to make your comment at least 30 words long.
- If you receive more than one comment through the chain, we will request that you comment on the skipped artists. We will keep track and notify if needed so everyone is guaranteed to get some feedback.
With the time it takes to write a comment, it is inevitable that delayed and simultaneous posts will cause the thread to split from time to time. We try to monitor this so as to keep a single continuous thread and ensure that a comment is given for every comment received.
- Only leave a comment, don't reply to other comments on this blog.
If a reply is required (for a skipped user) we will inform you where to respond with a link to your comment.
If the thread gets interrupted, the admin will post on the blog giving the name of the current user in the thread, (the person to be commented upon next).
Stay friendly and respectful, and have fun with it, since that’s mostly what it’s all about!