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being relatively new, and since no one has written a book about it yet... just a question.
I'm assuming that once someone comments on your sketchbook it's polite to return the comment, yes?
What if that the gap between the levels of skills is so huge that you don't have much more to say than "that's cool/awesome/etc."
Well, wouldn't it be kind of irritating for a beginner to crit your stuff?
And while I'm at it, are there any other unspoken agreements about how to CA?
Last edited by `king; August 5th, 2009 at 08:58 AM.
it really depends on the person.
even if your are "n00b", you may have some good art knowledge that can help someone, and providing you aren't a cocky buttmunch in your comment, they'll appreciate the crit no matter the level gap
Also, I personally think it is nice to respond to everyone's sb as well, though sometimes we're all pressed for time. I think occasionally visiting their SB every now and then with a nice comment/crit when you got the time is fine
still rather new to CA myself but that's what I think anyway