verndewd Posted November 24, 2007 Share Posted November 24, 2007 I'm fairly new to paint.net and my original artistic capabilities are limited. But the thing that almost wants me to quit using this brilliant programme is the snobbery in the tuturial section. OK some people post poor tutorials does'nt mean you have to lamblast them, just dont post any reply at all and that 'Tut' will wither and die real fast, any child psychologist can tell you ignoring someone who's after attention has a profound impact, we all have to start somewhere and that includes writing 'Tuts'. You know it goes both ways on this, need thicker skin for one. And you can always create your own pdn group elsewhere for 2, which is what I plan on for several key reasons . I dont suppose you know how tedious it is to wade through 100 tuts to find a technique that is truly useful. On the same token some people do well with simpler ideas, and it seems to me that the peer group here is honest enough about noob tuts. Shouldnt take that so personally it helps you grow. Get some thicker skin :idea: People dont understand my art to the point it seems there is pathetic amounts of support considering how much more praise I give than get. Gimme a break. If your peers criticise a tut you should listen, People only advise when they care consider yourself loved if you get criticism at all. That said there will always be an insecure jealous person slamming you when you actually do well. Its not snobbery, newbie; its helpful advice. I am the least praised good artist here, boo hoo I take that to mean I am getting really good and it puts people off. Quote retired from PDN forums. Later dewds Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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