easy way: right click on an image, click "copy image location," then in the post form here in a thread, click the image tag (the box that says 'img'), paste the url for the image, then click the image tag again to close it.
detailed answer: you need the actual image url.. if you right-click on the image, and click "view image art," it display to the right of "location." it should end with .jpg, .gif, .png, or another image filetype. put this in your post using the image tag, which inserts [img]image url here[/img]
I have a question to ask regarding the amount of art I have to post. I recently drew 8 5-10 minute portrait sketches of some of the RT cast, and I was going to post it all when I thought it might be too much. Is there a limit on how much art we can put in a single post, or would it be best to spread it out so it's not all in one big mega-post?
In a forum setting like this, it's typically considered good manners not to post more than around three images PER POST... Now, thats not saying you can't make more than one post at a time.. By all means, share as much as you'd like. We love it. The only issue that arises here is varying connection speeds trying to load mass images at once. Since each forum page only holds thirty posts, splitting the images between posts regulates how much loading time other community members need to devote.
Well I love Baroque the best Baroque art for me is the Dutch Art... sublime, detailed and the use of shadows. I really fu---ing hate its the pre-WWII art that was really wicked, weird and sorta stupid....specially the pre-Nazi Germany art era.
I have a issue with this forum, i just checked the forums you comment in and over 60% of topic you post in have been locked by you. This forum does not have a lot of action going on in the first place, and just locking everything that remotely breaks a rule is not fair. As you can see based on this forum no one is containing about too much content/spam, so why don't you just stop locking forums if no one but you is complaining. So how about instead of just locking something b/c u think it breaks the rules, wait for some one else to complain about it than lock it. It it literally takes seconds for a person to post a comment complaining, it would be more fair and there will be more discussions. so i ask you one question, when you lock all these forums is it for the greater good of the community and what they want, or is for you and what you want?
Because that's not how it works. No one complains about things breaking the rules because I get rid of things that break the rules when they happen.... You know.. like i'm supposed to.
The rules are there for a reason, champ. There are plenty of threads here to discuss art-related things, and if an art-related thread is created, it stays. If someone posts a thread that is NOT art-related, 90% of the time, I'll say 'aim this in a community-incorporating, art-related direction, and it can stay.'
I very well will tell mods how to do there job, I'm a student at college and have a job to pay for this service so if I want you to be more respectful and appreciate the community more than I'm going to speak up. And the forums you get rid of 80% of the time has more than one person posting there. If people had a problem the next person would speak up, but they don't complain, whine or bitch they are fine with it and even add to the discussion they are creating. So all you are doing is subtracting from the community which is not job, your job is to enhance the community
and as a english and film major I understand it is important to have evidence to support a argument, so when I say you are taking away from forums in which people are having discussions and adding to the community I meant like these, (keep in mind in all these posts not a single person complained) and you locked all of these and much more. Some of the most popular forums ever in this section are locked, when you were the only one who got upset
That's very cute, but no. You do not pay to use the community forum. It's a free feature. You sponsor the company, Rooster Teeth. There's a big difference.. you're not the customer, and you are not always right, and I do not have to respect you for being a member of a forum. Hate to introduce you to the internet, kid, but get used to it.
Additionally, going to college doesn't make you special. It's 2012.. we've all been.
And lastly, I can see you're new here, and have only been on this site for a few months. So, I'm going to explain this to you once, and I'm actually going to take the time to be as polite as possible in doing so: the reason the staff brought on a whole slew of moderators a few years back was specifically because the community grew so fast, and the forums got so cluttered with irrelevant drivel, that they needed us to go in, clean it up, and keep it clean. About 95% of us forum mods have been on this site and a part of the community for more than half a decade. You've been on the site for a handful of months. I can promise you that you do not know more than we do.
When it comes to the rules of the forums, the general forum rules were set a long time ago, and have been altered as the community grows to keep up with the expanding activity. The individual forum rules are set and enforced by the forum moderator assigned to that section. This means in this forum, I get to decide what stays and what doesn't. You can complain to the staff all you want, and I can show you how many fucks I give, but the fact comes down to that I set the standards here.
Now, if you have an actual issue within the forum, I will help you, but if your complaint is that I'm keeping my forum clean, I will boot you out of here for disrupting the forum. You can either play by the rules or move on.
I'm a newbie here, and I recently heard something on the podcast that made me laugh very, very hard. I wanted to make a t-shirt out of what was said, and the design is ACTUAL graphic design artwork. I've taken graphic arts classes, so I wouldn't make a shirt design that's just text.
I am not promoting the selling of shirts, it's literally just an idea with pictures to show what it looks like.
Where would I post this topic to show off my design, as well as a photo of someone wearing the shirt? I would also love to hear constructive criticism from people about my designs.
For the design part of it, and to get feedback, your best bet is the Art Gallery [since a lot of people have that thread on watch, and are willing to offer constructive criticism]. Totally cool to post the design and a pic of someone wearing it.
If you do decide you want to promote the shirt, though, hit up the Billboard forum.
hey I'm very apologetic for anything my bitch sister said on my account. Can you delete those posts some how? my sister uses this account sometimes and i guess she got really pissed over nothing. Sorry again, she is a giant bitch