Sometimes I see a topic while browsing where I want to respond or give feedback, but I don't have the time/resources to do it right away. So far, I've been using the "Get Notifications of Replies" to help remind me to respond to that topic. There are two issues with that: A: If it somehow gets no other replies there is the possibility that I may forget it B: It may get a ton of replies and blow up my notifications. I think this option would also be helpful for saving topics where there were good discussions or lots of helpful tips. That way you can simply browse your "Favourites" tab instead of scrolling down through your posts or the forum section until you find it again.
First, let me give an example and explain my reasoning. I would like to have an album dedicated to my finished pieces, but then I would also like to have individual albums for projects where I can include reference, process photos/iterations/adjustments along with the finished piece. That way when I'm asking for critiques on particularly pieces other members can go to that projects album. While on the flip side, members who just want to check out my body of work can look at the finished pieces. Additionally I could have albums dedicated to specific mediums, classes, etc. As of right now, I think you could just post specific images twice, but that seems like it would just take up a lot of necessary space. I think this is more of a quality of life request. Especially as people's volume of work grows, having organizational tools like this will make it easier for teachers/critics to go In and quickly get a read on the students style, habits, process, etc.
Comic Page in Progress - Looking for Gesture and Composition Feedback
Here's a one off comic page I'm working on. I got some loose figures in and I am interested in your thoughts on the gesture and composition. In case it's not apparent, she's bouncing off of clotheslines while falling into the alley below (There will be more clothes bouncing on the lines/flying through the air). If there are any additional things that standout to you, or you have something cool to suggest, feel free to share those as well. Note: The initial preview is pretty hard to look at, but if you click "open original" it should be pretty sharp.