Her comment was very useful, because she provided feedback on some things I had doubts about.
At the same time, it was an ego booster, which helps me creating more afterwards. No, really, flattery is one thing, but encouraging me about what I do by saying good things about my work really helps.
Finally, she gave me an idea about what to do with the blank background. I'm still thinking about what I want to do, but that idea is great.
They pointed out some interesting points that I could improve.
Not only was it thoughtful, but also honest. At least, it felt like they meant what they wrote - at least they didn't stay silent about some concerns and also about their own level of expertise - and this way I will take it more seriously.
They provided great ideas for future fonts! Not only will I need to make it more readable, I need to make it more diverse and interesting to the eye.
There's a question in it! I love questions. They show interest and I get to reply and I know what I can talk about and I know what I'm talking about... ah!
Technical expertise! I had no knowledge of the dynamics of bird wing movements, she corrected some assumptions I made for the purpose of the animation.
And the comment was just generally nice, I mean, she commended me on doing the daily sketches, she made some obscure references to a subculture that you find all over the internet, it has a funny introduction with a hint to the content. Perfect. Need more comments like this.
A big thank you to the three of you as well as to the rest of the commentors on my works! I'm sorry that I can't feature every single one of you!
I feel so honored! Thank you for… being awesome! I was about to say "thank you for recognizing my amazingness and that I am generally a superior person" but that sounded a bit too modest. I'm so glad my comment was helpful to you! And the fact that you do do the daily sketches is still wonderful! Keep on it, friend.
Oh. Well. Suddenly I am disillusioned. :C But seriously, I understand. I myself was doing a 100 Art Themes Challenge in which I intended to do 100 drawings in a hundred days, but alas, that quickly fell apart. Just know that if you do something for five minutes each day, in due time you will be excellent at it.
It's not because I wanted to stop. It was not a sustainable way to live. I lost a lot of sleep. I am currently getting used to a new situation and I think I'll be able to resume the daily challenges (2.0) in December! (Now I only need to actually do this. Heh. Heheh.) Let's see how my sleep will be doing.