|"Apparently I took too long. When I hit Create Look...it told me I had to log back in."|
I really have to laugh about that... You can save your (half-written) story and edit it again. And the easiest way is to write it before (with a program of your choice) and use copy 'n' paste.
"Some comments from some users over not doing a back story are very unkind (or preferring functional screenshots where you can actually SEE the armor)". I haven't commented on any of your presentations yet, but your testimony irritates me. What do you call functional screenshots where you can actually see the armor? And why do you prefer small/cut screens where you can hardly see anything (or nothing at all)?
So gz to the Nevermore! I leave your presentation without rating (because I think - that wouldn't even be enough for bronze in terms of originality and armor mix).
|Shrug...I do what I can. I take the screenshots I can. So fair enough. You are not the bully from which I seek to hide.|
|Many of my first impressions mirror ieva's statement, so rather than beat a dead horse let me provide some additional feedback.|
- Having all one armor set is boring, and things we've all seen a million times. Try to mix it up! Get creative! That's really the point, right?
- Your screenshots are alright, but really dark. Try going to a variety of places with different light intensities. Also, we see the back of your character more than the front which is what you really want to show off, isn't it?
- Try creating exciting screenshots. Just standing there is boring. Try emoting or using abilities. You'll have to spam screen shot, and weed through the ones that come out a little weird, but it will increase your presentation of your armor a lot!
- Giving a backstory, is nice and provides people context on who you feel your character is. No one is obligated to do it, though. If you don't have a backstory for your characters try telling people why you choose the armor that you did, and any hurdles you had to overcome choosing that perfect mix of armor or finding just the right dyes, that you are choosing to showcase. Give people some insight on this armor set you choose :)
- On a more personal note; I feel like your description is just tales of a crabby internet person, it doesn't speak to your character or the presentation of the armor and is just tacky.
Best of luck in your creations in the future!