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Review on Critiquing v2
• The introduction
The creation of such a 'tutorial' is mainly fueled by the desire for anyone and everyone to offer valuable and insightful comments and critiques to a piece of art or writing.
(Note: The ideas and opinions expressed below are ~ikeda and ~yue-xumeragi's views on the subject of criticism on art.)
As many already know, a good majority of the deviantART community is adept of single-worded and/or repeatedly encountered replies – be they positive or negative – and/or a continuous reiteration of emoticons in regards to submissions.
Example: (art form and brief description: digital painting of a blond girl sitting by a lake, fis
glass in the tidegradac, croatia; summer.
it is a town climbed up from the sea:
a salt hymn, an exhalation, a brightly calcified
spray. the houses here are overgrown
as wildflowers, paths like tiny winding veins
sprung alive between them. from my balcony i watch
the sun crest slowly into afternoon,
and mothers lead their children
down stone slopes, arterial pull
to the water. by the shore,
vendors sell bottles of olive oil, salt,
sage, gathering up anything with the taste
of what mystery inhabits the air—brimming over
the glass lips, a curving kind of joy,
the whole earth, a bowl of it.
at night, my uncle drinks beer
and i drink wine. he watches
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