For the love of Molossia and Cuba, ignore the stars.
You are just like P4P and Leah-the-red chick; I like your message behind this. I don't have a lot to say but I considered this the most mature way to not take a critique.
I know many artists need to be criticized in order to improve. However, they don't need copy pastas, hate, or asspattings of critiques. If they want to not accept a critique, they can act like they accepted it or simply ignore it. Really, no one will know what's on your mind unless you tell people.
Here is my experience as an art student: I receive too much asspattings, it bothers me sometimes. Sure, my art teacher points out my flaws and I accept it. I am alright with it.
You know what? I will make a comic about this because billboards and stamps are too mainstream.
TL;DR: This is the most mature way to not take a critique.
OoRaimaeoOFeatured By OwnerFeb 12, 2012Student General Artist
I agree so much! Even if you don't agree (or don't agree with some of it,) it's simply polite to thank the critique giver anyway. After all, people who take the time to give a critique a) are trying to help and b) give your art more than a passing glance and a "Lol! Kawaii!" They actually look at it properly.
I loved this: [link] Y'know because she totally just goes "Umm, no thank you!" She doesn't like...flip her shit and bitch out the critique giver or anything.</sarcasm>
I don't want a shitty critique (a.k.a. no "UR ART SUKZZZZ!!!1!11!!!!!11"). But a good critique ("This seems to be a bit off. Why don't you try this instead?") is always appreciated. And if I get my facts wrong, I will gladly accept the corrections. c: Because that always makes one a better artist. I do it as a hobby, but I find improvement to be an amazing thing, even though it's not my career choice. <3