I love to receive critique, as that's probably the only way to develop oneself as an artist. Nevertheless, I've gave up joining in Finnish art forums, as they most often are really unsocial. By that I mean, you might get one or two messages per year (even if there was many people been looking at your work), and on both of those you can read what did you draw wrong. I don't know, maybe I'm just a little childish, but for me, as important as it is to get critique on troublesome things, it's at least as important to me to know, what I did right, what people like on my works... It just seems too easy to forget these things. :>
I like receiving crits, but I don't get many. I've lately been trying to get myself to critique myself better. In the end, one shouldn't need someone to tell them whether every single thing they draw is good or not...after a while you need to develop a discerning eye for yourself. But a second pair of eyes is always helpful.
Well yeah but a critique is a very delicate thing. A guy who will stop by to say "lol this sucks cause it sucks" wont help anyone. If the guy tells me why it sucks but most importantly how can i correct it its welcome.
YES! For in life-life, I only get comments like'That looks good' even from my teacher (who is very negative, so no-one wants his feedback) I can never spot the problems with my work so I like to get critisism to improve my work, or else I get stuck in one place for a very long time! But no-one gives me critiques
I like constructive critiques. What I can't stand are arrogant people who think they've attained some level of expertise they haven't. I respect anyone's feelings or opinions, and especially if they can give feedback from a knowledgeable and respectful point of view, but people who present their opinions as undeniable fact piss me off.
Yes! i love them! i'm always trying to improve! i received like 10 minutes of constructive critisism from a pro comic artist and my work improved sooooo much. it was ridiculous! so yes i love constructive critique, but the best is when they explain how to do it.