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Oh okay see I was looking at a spot in the upper left that did have a relatively smooth transition and must not have noticed exactly what you said my bad
But like is it really worth making a fuss about
The answer is no
It's a collaborative drawing meant for everyone to have fun and make whatever they want
Some areas transition abruptly, others transitions smoothly. That's just how it is and there's no need to get worked up about it. Since this is a community project and there are varying skill levels, sometimes areas just won't flow well.
At any rate, is there really any point in calling out someone's work as bad? Trying to point fingers accomplishes nothing because what's done is done, it would hardly be sporting to erase their squares and redo it or something because you think it looks bad.
well I just wanted to know who did it so I could suggest they do it better next time
I'm not gonna look through the whole thread backwards until I see the change so I was just asking in case anyone remembered
I'll admit I did come off as kinda assholy tho
Ok guys I knowI'm gonna sound like a Nazi, but the point of this game is to build a whole picture piece by piece, not just stick a random picture in a small square. It looks ugly,random, and totally kills the flow of the picture altogether
Yeah uh, Reddeh, you're allowed to insert new stuff into there as long as your thing blends in well with the adjacent squares, but your submission doesn't. I'd suggest that you edit it to blend in better.
CookedChef's edit adds something new but it still blends in well. I can't be bothered to figure out what AkitoKitty changed.