My name is Cheyenne, but I usually go by Pyro on here.
I like things such as video games, sexy people, excessive profanity, boobies, and offending people by making characters out of biblical and demonic figures.
I like to write occasionally (about my offensive characters and views). I've recently discovered I really enjoy making renders and meshmods, too.
Oh, and according to sexual orientation stereotypes, I'm attracted to everything with reproductive organs and am married to a stinkbug named Ham.
Constructive Commenting: Guiding QuestionsProjectComment believes every single person on DeviantArt can write a constructive comment, but constructive commenting is not necessarily easy for us. That is why we have produced this article of questions, written with the intention to guide you in your constructive commenting should you need additional support.
Take note that the following should be used as a guide and basic foundation for your comment, not to be used or interpreted as a checklist or minimum required by ProjectComment. The below should help you expand upon your own comment, as we do not accept comments that are itemized lists. What is a Constructive Comment?
#03 How to Format your CommentsNobody is a Group of many projects centred around comments, but, more importantly, constructive comments. Every week, one admin from Nobody will write an informative article on commenting that will hopefully be useful to you! Please help support us by the article and contribute your thoughts and opinions on the matter.
This article aims to show you how to format your constructive comments, and why you should format them in the first place. 'Formatting' in this case means making your comment more readable with a few simple steps.
Many of us simply write down the good and bad things we notice about an artwork, along with ways to improve the bad ones, which can lead to a unstructurized outcome, which makes understanding the comment and following the advice given harder.
Why should I format my comments?
Clarity and legibility. A wall of text is m