I thought that doing the best possible art, perhaps even production quality, was a goal of most artists. Perhaps I am wrong.Originally Posted by (CanadianTerror @ May 05 2008,09:20)
But do you think that the ability of artists to render rivets of the appropriate size grows with the amount of time they are artists? That it's too much to ask new artists to take a look at the size of their rivets? Part of being an artist is training your eyes to see. Asking USSRSniper to take a look at his rivets will improve this model and all subsequent models that feature such details, if he cares about them. I'm not sure what you mean by 'how I say what I say'. I'm not sure how much more softly I need to say, "I think your rivets are too big. I don't know what it looks like in reality but they look too big to me". If you meant that I was being too harsh, maybe you can let him decide if he's insulted. I'm not trashing on his art. I just said that his rivets look too big to me. That was the first thing that I saw. They stuck out at me. I sure hope that someone would warn me if they saw something that stuck out so much to them in my art. Another part of learning how to do art is learning how to take criticism.