New Pixel Joint Submission Rules - Public Review


Anyone who has been a member here at Pixel Joint for some amount of time knows that our pixel art submission rules have not always been very clear. This has caused many misunderstandings over the years as to why certain pieces were admitted into the gallery while some other similar works were not, etc.

In an effort to reduce such problems in the future, your mod team has taken feedback received from the community over the last few months and have written an updated proposed set of rules and guidelines (call it version 2.0). Before these are made official, we wanted to share them with everyone to give you a chance to review and comment.

You can find the new proposed rules here.

We appreciate in advance any input you may have!

Posted by pyrometal @ 5/15/2018 17:55  |    8


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Hapiel (Level 11 Admiral) @ 5/20/2018 06:54

That part will come soon, but for now the Holy Book is trying to become what it's community wants it to be! So it's the Holy Book kneeling for you, not the other way around ;)

jackhummer (Level 4 Lieutenant) @ 5/20/2018 03:23

O'Holy book tell us what to do, and what not to do, and 

we shall serve you! 

Pixelart_kid (Level 6 SWAT) @ 5/19/2018 20:08

Hapiel (Level 11 Admiral) @ 5/18/2018 05:12

Go go go let the feedback rain in the forums! <3

pyrometal (Level 9 Executioner) @ 5/16/2018 04:01

This is technically not published yet. Lakelezz's tools seem to scan through this anyway though and publish on the chat. Wonder if there is anything that can be done about it.

Guess cat is out of the bag now though

greenraven (Level 2 Hired Gun) @ 5/15/2018 19:45

So... it's a notice of notice to be noticed? XD

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