'Why is this a DD?' Why are you asking the artist?The cool thing about art is that, unlike pretty much everything else out there, it's meant to elicit an emotional reaction.'Why is this a DD?' Why are you asking the artist? by neurotype
Sometimes this reaction is rage. Or something close to it.
Sometimes when you see a DD you don't like or get or something, it's doing exactly what the artist intended. But other times, it has nothing to do with the art itself. Because, you know what, we all see DDs we don't "get" every now and then. I'll say it now: I don't like every single DD that has been posted.
More relevant to this conversation, I don't get why some of the DDs that have been posted were considered featurable (which, as we're trying to get across, really means: I don't personally think that some pieces merit 24-hour massive exposure).
And I have the right to think these things.
You do, too.
What's the appropriate place to find out why something was given a DD?
Protip: it's not the art.
It might be a self-suggestion or not, the fact o
PE Daily Deviations: What if...?PE Daily Deviations: What if...? by 3wyl
After news articles explaining 'The Myth and the Legend' of the Daily Deviations, how to suggest them, tolerance towards Daily Deviations, the negativity, the focus on the notes and what it actually is, this article tackle the 'What if...?' scenarios t
PE: Giving and Receiving Quality FeedbackPE: Giving and Receiving Quality Feedback by Astrikos
Giving and Receiving Feedback
One of the most useful things on deviantart is the option to give and receive feedback. There are different kinds of feedback. This article aims to inform you on how to give quality feedback and hopefully receive it.
Types of Feedback
One of the quickest ways to interact with others. From journals, to forums, to art, to profiles, comments are used everywhere. However, the quality can range from spam, to constructive.
Any deviant can write them,(~,*,=,`,^ etc.) but only premium members can request them. Constructive comments can substitute for these. Critiques take some time to write, and really provide insight. If used correctly, can be a wonderful way to give/receive constructive criticism.
This is important to receiving feedback. If you give, you are l
Most, if not all, of my points go to:
FAQ #79: How do I submit art? | FAQ #15: What is a deviation? | FAQ #552: Is there a limit to how many deviations I can submit? |FAQ #72: How do I edit or delete my deviation or scrap submissions? | FAQ #332: Does DeviantArt have a feature that will automatically watermark my deviations? | FAQ #753: Are there any limitations for deviation submissions?
FAQ #163: Where can I find the description to a Gallery that I want to submit to?
FAQ #61: What is a Daily Deviation? | FAQ #18: Who selects Daily Deviations and how are they chosen? |FAQ #313: How can I find out if someone already has a Daily Deviation?
FAQ #873: What do I do when I disapprove of a Daily Deviation feature?
FAQ #661: How do I post a comment?
FAQ #554: Is my deviation Mature Content?