Oh I never posted this here.
I had posted this back on someone's profile a while back but it's a good bit of info
So, to all the people who are here upset please read.
(Apologies to the owner of the account).
Negative opinions are a part of getting better. You will have people who find your art attractive, find your art pitiable, and then people who have the courage to tell you a negative opinion. In all truth, you should be happier with honesty than pity.
Instead of being butthurt over a negative comment, how about you guys take a moment to think this from the other side. Instead of instantly replying with a negative, childish reaction, how about trying for a positive approach: Actually asking why. Or if you wish to avoid more confrontation, at least a simple "I will take that into consideration, thank you!" Because they STILL took the time to reply to your work!
It is not a requirement, but a pleasantry to get a reason why in random comment. It is like when you have a person over and you DEMAND they eat the snacks you offer.
Remarks such as, "This is the worst" or "Weird" should be taken positively and maturely if you truly want to become a great artist, or an artist in general to share with others. To get butthurt is just a sign you can't handle sharing your works.
If you haven't had someone say "I hate this" "This sucks" so on and so forth, it is out of fear and or pity. Art isn't all happiness and sunshine. Everyone starts somewhere and everyone has to work to get somewhere. And everywhere, people will judge your works and tell you what they think... But either out of honesty, "friendliness", or pity.
Please people, mature up a bit and take a moment to actually recognize what the person is saying.
Troll or not, every thought counts. Everyone gets you somewhere.
And in all truth, if you can't handle it. There is a "hide this comment" option and/or a "block" option.
(Apologies to any grammer or spelling mistakes)"
(Just coupled and pasted that^ from the comment I had placed.)
There are people who loves your art, and people who don't. It's good to recognize that.