Okay but the worst thing about the chloeniccole thing is that I can tell you even from an objective standpoint they fucked up.
Like for one, to sue her for defamation it has to be published by a third party source not in emails and it has to be proven not only false (which her opinions can’t be proven false) and you have to be proven to have caused injurious harm.
So basically grown adults threatened a young woman with something they KNEW was false to stop her from having an opinion they didn’t like.
I don’t even watch the show and i know they’re fucking up majorly. Someone fire that publicist holy fuck.
Hi. I really like your drawings so I think you can help me. I draw myself and I've got one friend that shows me how to paint humans. But if she sees my pictures, she always laughs and says that they are funny. I don't feel really confident and her meaning means a lot to me, so I think my drawings are just "funny". First I were really proud of them, but then she always comes and laughs. What should I do? P.S. I'm sorry for bad english. I'm from germany.
That’s how you DON’T teach someone how to draw. The thing with criticism, an important thing you should listen to, is that first you should find the good things about something you’re up to criticise.
Say there’s a very detailed colourful drawing but the anatomy is very, very bad. Maybe one leg is bigger than the other, maybe the eyes are different shape, BUT.
You say that, hey, I like your colours! (for example)! You found a good contrast harmony! You’ve put so many details into it! And only then you say (BUT IN A KIND POLITE WAY) what this person should fix. Tell them what is not the greatest about anatomy AND HOW fix it, say that hey! I love your details, but It’s better to first finish the general shape because details can distract from it. Or, if you criticise something first then at least say what’s good about it afterwards.
People who laugh at someone work, I feel like, have absolutely zero interest in your improvement or self-confidence. In my opinion, this kind of people just want to level up in their own eyes by bringing someone down. We all know just how destroying those kind of laughs can be to people who put so much into their work.
You’ve put your time, your imagination, your sincerity into something that means a lot to you and this itself isn’t funny at all! Your friend should at least respect your effort, because not everyone is born immediately great and have to work their way up.
I’d say don’t listen to your friend and keep being proud of your drawings! And I think you should be proud! Don’t let anyone bring you down like this.