READ IT!! >
Ok so this is NOT THE ETHICS, I only made this for fun, and because it's what I
--alright, so while I was surfing around kupika's oekakis all idle, I found out that
many oekakers(oekaki artists) and people are not doing 'quite right'. I don't mean
the art itself, it's just the way that people comment on someone's oekaki and how the
oekaker reacts. It's all 'wrong'. Alright, hate me but that's what I think, I'm
actually quite glad there's a lot of kind oekakers around but the commenters?! They
just don't COMMENT RIGHT!!
----To the commenters-----
-always comment when you kidnap an oekaki. It is not right, it is all unfair that you
just enter someone's oekaki, admire it for 30 years and not comment at all?!!
Everyone (almost) knows that commenting is a way to make an oekaki popular, hence I
think it's a good idea to comment 'good comments' on someone's oekaki. =D
-Give a constructive criticism the oekaki artist asks for one. But everyone should
know HOW TO GIVE GOOD criticism.
EXAMPLE OF GOOD CRITICISM: The leg seems too big. Try to reduce it a little.
Now that, my people, is criticism =D
EXAMPLE OF A BAD CRITICISM: Omg, it sucks so bad, holy sh-- you should just quit or
Now, that, is an idiot's work. >.>
And remember ONLY IF THE OEAKAKI ASKS FOR ONE!
-NEVER EVER INSULT SOMEONE'S OEKAKI!! If you have nothing good to say, just leave.
-Be generous~! A hearty praise always gives the oekaki artist more morale support =D
and more inspiration to draw more and improve her works.
-NEVER BE RANDOM. Don't go unto someone's oekaki page and just say 'hi what's your
number?'. Why don't you just mail her/him? Or use the A & Q section?
-Look at YOUR position first before you critisize or give lame-o comments.
-Learn to READ DESCRIPTIONS!! > Some artists explains 'why things ended up like
this' why things ended up like that...
Someone drew a girl with green tongue, you saw it, got disgusted and didn't read the
description and just went all the way commenting something mean like 'wtf is up with
her tongue?! SHE MUST BE AN ALIEN!!'
Then in the very description of the oekaki is: It's green tongue cos she ate green
colored bubble gum...
Can you read?
-art pilfering, is a no no.
At least, when you use it as a template, always say: XXXXX owns this, it is not
mine!~! I only editted it for fun!
ok, it's only WHAT I THINK, DON"'T SUE ME!! It"S FREEDOM OF SPEECH(