Here are some quick tips for providing useful critiques to your fellow artists:
- Be honest but respectful
- Avoid being judgemental or saying something that would trigger an emotional response. Be factual
- Keep it short
- Don't overwhelm the artist with a laundry list of nit picky things to fix.
- If there are lots of areas to be improved, try focusing on one overall thing to work on.
- Ideas for things to assess
- Say something positive!
- It's easy to get discouraged after hearing something negative. And knowing what we're doing right is almost as useful as knowing what we could do better.
- You could, for example, say how the work reminded you of an experience or had an emotional impact on you.
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