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11-12-2010, 11:06 PM
This place is only for posting your artwork or manga for comments and critiques ONLY. Do NOT post any artwork just to show off your work. If you want to do that, post to the Gallery (/index.php?do=/photo/;).

NOTE: Anyone who takes credit for anothers artwork will automatically be banned. Not suspended - banned. No if's, and's, or butt's. There is no excuse for stealing someone else's work. Especially in an environment that promotes learning and improving your art skills.

1) Put your name in the thread title!
When creating your thread, please make a specific title NOT a general one! For example, "Critique My Art" is general (a no-no) while "Critique Rio's Art" is specific (correct). This way, folks will know right away who posted the thread.

2) Nudity!
If you have nudity in your images, make sure you note it in your thread title. Example: Rio's Art **Nudity Present!!!**and mark with spoiler tags and also with a NSFW in the thread title.

3) One thread per person Only!
If you already made a thread specifically for your art, you can revive it and post more artwork in it. This is so folks can see your body of artwork at one go instead of manually searching through all the threads. Plus we get to see how you've improved over time. =)

4) Stay on topic.

06-13-2012, 02:26 PM
Wanted to clarify necromancing and other rules...

5) Do NOT necromance (i.e. revive or post into) a thread that hasn't been posted in for more than a month unless you are the original poster of that thread. Most likely, the original poster hasn't been on in awhile and isn't looking for input at that time. Please check out more recent threads and post your input for those artwork there instead.

6) Unless otherwise noted in this RULES: Critique Corner (http://www.mangatutorials.com/forum/showthread.php?6-RULES-Critique-Corne) thread, please follow the other rules in General Discussion (http://www.mangatutorials.com/forum/showthread.php?5-General-Discussion-Rules). General Discussion rules are generally accepted as global rules.