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DarkLand says

@JekubVejmola
Wow really cool.., every newbies (like me) should keep it in mind.
Thankyou so much for your post :)

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doru says

If they cut the “life is unfair and how bad the reviewer are” part AND post in the appropriate section, this one, then is ok to ask for feedback on the rejected work.

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JakubVejmola says

Yes, Doru…you’re right. Such approach is completely OK and there is nothing wrong about asking for feedback from others. But sometimes newbies are blind even there, still blaming other factors, not accepting critique.

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DarkLand says

Later they will realize their fault as like you said :). but they may ask feedback personally.

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uniquefx says

+1 and stop complaining about the queue while you’re at it.

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GrizzleFX says

I’ve whined on the forums before, and I apologize to all of you because it was most definitely annoying. I do think that asking for feedback is great!

And yes stop complaining about the queue and home page exposure, it’s not a big deal.

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butlerm says

Do you good oldtime authors agree with me?

100% agree

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WilQ5 says

Hey guys don’t be so harsh for new people i think some of them just don’t take it serious and this is the main reason why they are whining here in forums its just because they don’t understand some stuff … lets help them instead of pushing them hard… :) peace !

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graphic4444 says

maybe make a separate subforum, the “House of Rejected Projects”, or whatever, that way those type of posts could still be around, just not on the main board… so you can get feedback from each other

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AndrVlad says

Absolutely agree. My first 2 projects were rejected. I still don’t ave any on my portfolio :-) but at least now I see why they were rejected and I think I know how to do next. So anyone who is rejected and don’t understand why – just open your eyes and wait some time (2-3 month for me).

Best Regards, Andrey

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