fatty ass mega SD super party GO!
The fourth one is sooooooooo cute :o
thats a very rude thing to say, pardner. although i'm fairly certain your style justifies the faults of this piece, disregarding our personal taste imposed over your way of doing things.
sometimes i dont even know why are we even allowed to comment on pieces, specially the ones posted on the gallery.
I won't play your silly games. If you can't give fair or appropriate criticism here's a tip for you:
"If you don't have anything nice to say: don't say anything at all."
or, to put it more simple, just for you:
GTFO my pixel gallery.
Some can understand the concept of politeness and some just can't. It's probably a matter of the educational background or cultural environment - no use in trying to reason with them. Forcing ones personal taste on another person's work is not constructive criticism in any way and they should know.
i am politely answering this and i beg you to excuse me for doing so, in this very moment ineed to remark the point of handling a point of view where an individual(me, in this case) shares his vision and denotes his discomformity withthe piece, and while doing so not discouraging the user nor turning down his work for the sake of doing so. i believe we( as the gentlemen of art we are) can deal with criticism in a mature and intelligent way, in wich, disregard of the content and the way a certain point of view is displayed toward us, become fully aware of said flaws exposed to our attention and manage to process the feedback given to us.
clearly, we are also smart and eloquent enough to be a ble to discriminate from polite propositions from rude acusations, and as such we can dig thru what would at first would look like a harsh attempt to anyone not mature nor intelligent enough to transcript said statements into useful feedback. we should always consider that any feedback is useful as long as we are able to overlap it into our own, self analisis of each and every single piece of work we perform.
tl;dr: although in this case the OP is just a baby. criticism was delivered in a proper way. so: nope.
@metaru: I'm pretty sure most people wouldn't "feel offended if someone politely sugest you something you should fix". Regardless of the "lick your butt instantly and shout kawaii sugoi desu ne" part. I believe politeness is the key word here, not butt licking.
@ScareDoom: Excuse me for butting in on this. But there's a difference between constructive criticism and plain criticism. Both represents a way of "telling things straight forward", but the first might help people whereas the latter usually doesn't. Now in my opinion telling people their work "hurts your eyes" without further explanation is clearly not constructive. Why is it hurting your eyes? (I'm curious 'cos it's not hurting mine) What in your opinion can be done to change that? If you want to encourage people to do better, then it might be more fruitful to explain the "what's" and "why's".
...eh? was that english?
maybe if we lick your butt instantly and shout kawaii sugoi desu ne, you wont feel offended if someone politely sugest you something you should fix and eventually, you wont give excuses no to do so.
Fantastic concept, execution is still quite good for someone on the learning-wagon. The warriors right shoulder (left on screen) is hard to read, not sure if the metal has a pattern or if its a muscle structure or what, and the -shield?- on his arm looks strange, maybe make it half the size so we can clearly see it.
"blunt flame/troll-ish comments" He said nothing of the sort. He may have been blunt but you wont improve with sugar coated criticism. That being said, I believe this piece could easily be 200% better if you worked on the colors a bit more.
I'm sorry if I offended you, but telling things straight forward usually encourages people to do better.
maybe that's helping you, but guess what- what's helping you doesn't count for everybody.
blunt flame/troll-ish comments aren't 'my thing' cuz i dun wanna feel like being f*cked in the ass.
He's helping you by bringing your attention to areas that need refinement, which they certainly do. That's what's with him. Geez!
Omg! Amazing work.
Still learning, no need to be so discouraging o_O geez, what's with you?...
I'm not too sure if I like this.
The outer AA hurts my eyes, and the colours look dull and boring. It's all a bit blurred and hard to read, too.
Good work! I like the speech icons!
oops forgot! x . x
will do that ^ ^'
You missed one challenge rule:
"Please clearly mention in your description which characters are in your party."