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We are hosting a Comment Month this March! Every single one of us deserves at least one insightful comment on our deviations. We have all needed to start somewhere and some just need that extra boost to really get going.

Our timeline is as follows:

1st – 7th March: Members of ProjectComment can suggest one deviation for a chance to receive some comments. This is a chance for any underappreciated artist to get the comments they deserve.

7th - 31st March: Anybody and everybody can comment on the submissions we received for Comment Month. More information on the day.

1st - 7th April: Comment Month is over, but other things are just beginning. Deviants who have commented constructively on over three submissions will receive a news and page feature, and any deviations that have not received any comments will also be featured. More information on the day.

Please note:

:bulletgreen: Submission is only open to members of ProjectComment, though anyone can give a constructive comment.

:bulletgreen: To really make this a successful month, we encourage you to think about your comment and make it constructive, so that it does not consist of one word comments or one sentence comments.

:bulletgreen: We will keep you up to date with what’s happening, so don’t worry if you’re confused about future events. All will be explained.

:bulletgreen: If you have a question, please don’t hesitate in contacting us.

Submissions Open Now!

Starting from today, submissions will be accepted for Comment Month in this folder!

Can’t Wait?

Those who cannot wait until the 7th March to comment can comment on the deviations submitted right now! Just keep a list of the deviations you’ve commented on in link form in a word document somewhere ready for when commenting officially starts!


We hope that everyone participates in Comment Month, whether it is through suggesting or commenting instead. You really can’t 'lose' here, so please join in, spread the word (the more people the better!), have fun, suggest and comment, comment, comment! :eager:
:heart: Tagline 9: Slots filled--thanks!  Leave a comment to join the waiting list for Tagline 10 :heart:

:star: Note: As of TAGLINE 2, Comment Tag is for visual art pieces only.  For constructive comments on literature, please visit Targeted Commenting or Commenter System.  Thanks for your cooperation! :love: :star:

A new round of the Comment Tag Game! You can find the previous one here along with all of the previous participants' comments.

Do you ever feel like people are only commenting on the first piece they see? Would you like more people to actually look through your gallery? Are you willing to take a look at another deviant's gallery? Then join us for a round of Comment Tag!

Information

:bulletblue: Here is how it works:

Each TagLine will be 7 players long and will have a requirement to start with (for example, "blue") so the first player in the line knows what they are looking for.

:bulletblue: How does a player tag?

Player 1 goes through Player 2's gallery looking for an artwork or literature piece that has something with the starting requirement in it.

Player 1 leaves a comment on the deviation and puts "TAG!" at the bottom of the comment with a new requirement. This is the signal for Player 2 to look through Player 3's gallery for something with the new requirement in it.

Player 2 then comments and leaves a new requirement for player 3.

This goes on all the way through the 7 players. Player 7 leaves a comment for Player 1 and thus completes the TagLine.


Additional Notes:

:bulletblue: Post your TAG (new requirement) as well as the link to the deviation you commented on in the comments on this blog.
FAQ #14: How do I create a link to a specific comment?

:bulletblue: Please try to do your tag within 3 days, or at least notify the next in line if there are delays.

:bulletblue: Please keep requirements broad and general so that players have a better chance at finding something to comment on. (examples: Blue rather than royal blue. Dress, rather than polkadot dress. Flower instead of Sunflower.)


So what are you waiting for? Just reply to this blog to sign up! :la:

Feel free to ask any questions as well!

FAQ
  • What if you can't find the requirement? Then comment on a random piece and tag the player... the point is that you at least put an effort into looking for the requirement.
  • Can we sign up for more than one TagLine? YES! You have to leave a separate comment each time you want to play again, so that I have an accurate count. It's first come first serve for each TagLine.
  • What do we do if we are the last in line? Find your requirement in player 1's gallery and leave a comment as usual. Instead of tagging the next player, when you comment here with a link to the deviation, please add a Tag and I will use it to begin another line :)

:bulletblue::bulletred::bulletpurple:TAGLINES:bulletyellow::bulletgreen::bulletorange:

Please make sure that comments are as constructive as possible.

Please also note that it may take a while to get to you in the line...we just ask that you do your tag when it's your turn within three days. Thanks!

Happy tagging everyone! :la:

:star: Note: As of TAGLINE 2, Comment Tag is for visual art pieces only. :star:
If your gallery is mainly literature-focussed, please visit Targeted Commenting or Commenter System instead.  
Thanks for your cooperation! :love:


:bulletgreen::bulletgreen::bulletgreen: PAST TAGLINES :bulletgreen::bulletgreen::bulletgreen:
:pointr: TAGLINE 1: "Contrast" :pointl: (Started: October 20, 2014 / Ended: October 28, 2014)
1. QBeagle "Menace" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4885…
2. StudioIJB "Life" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4890…
3. DoubleDandE "Warm" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4004…
4. scarlette13 "Emotions" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/1898…
5. DTKinetic "Thoughtful" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3893…
6. icanthinkofgoodname "Fight" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4646…
7. Schokopir "Power" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4721…

:pointr: TAGLINE 2: "Power" :pointl:  (Started: November 7 2014 / Ended: November 23, 2014)
1. scarlette13 "Armed" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4113…
2. Schokopir "Freedom" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4828…
3. QBeagle "Open Space" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4740…
4. DTKinetic "Lively" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3960…
5. lu--24 "Strength" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4948…
6. ARandomBluePony "Sky" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4041…
7. G4MM43T4N/A :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4374…

:pointr: TAGLINE 3: "Pointed" :pointl: (Started: December 9 2014 / Ended: December 18, 2014)
1. lu--24 "Simplicity" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4308…
2. Schokopir "Wealth" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4373…
3. TheArtfulJellyfish "Friendship" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/2902…
4. scarlette13 "Pink" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4949…
5. StudioIJB "Subdued" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4509…
6. YumisaR "Nostalgia" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4951…
7. dviouslecunning "Zeal" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4451…

:pointr: TAGLINE 4: "Zeal" :pointl: (Started: January 6 2015 / Ended: January 18, 2015)
1. YumisaR "Brisk" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4334…
2. Northstar170 "Sass" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3439…
3. scarlette13 "Unique" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4749…
4. Sky0wl "Envy" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5044…
5. MagicMidnightFox "Magic" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4437…
6. RetSamys"World" :: retsamys.deviantart.com/critiq…
7. seeinglightN/A :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4947…

:pointr: TAGLINE 5: "Animal" :pointl: (Started: January 19, 2015 / Ended: January 31, 2015)
1. saiyron "Water" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5044…
2. Ellofayne"Lava" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/2665…
3. apples-ishness "Bloom" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5070…
4. MagicMidnightFox "Journeys" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4689…
5. scarlette13 "Surprise" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4724…
6. RetSamys "Liquid" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5066…
7. RavenOtaktay  N/A :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5067…

:pointr: TAGLINE 6: "Energy" :pointl: (Started: January 29, 2015 / Ended: February 4, 2015)
1. MagicMidnightFox "Earth" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3921…
2. saiyron "Sky" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4732…
3. ToddNTheShiningSword "Funky" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/2793…
4. Malfey "Heartwarming" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5026…
5. StudioIJB "Emotion" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5088…
6. scarlette13 "Rainbow" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4353…
7. dviouslecunning N/A :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5037…

:pointr: TAGLINE 7: "Cold":pointl:  (Started: February 11, 2015 / Ended: February 23, 2015)
1. RavenOtaktay Eleween "Shine" (Tag word set by admin on February 17, 2015.) ::  comments.deviantart.com/1/4253…
2. scarlette13  "Seasonal"  :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5114…
3. DoubleDandE "Dark" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3497…
4. lulu-illussions "Star" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4489…
5. Malfey "Supernatural" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4627…
6. YumisaR "Enchanted" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4429…
7. CameronKobe "Jagged" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5076…

:pointr: TAGLINE 8: "Alert" :pointl: (Started: February 23, 2015 / Ended: March 2, 2015)
1. fujoshiprincess "Cold" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4599…
2. iamkathybrown "Fun" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/4698…
3. Eleween "Mystery" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/2841…
4. Malfey  "Pop" ::  comments.deviantart.com/1/5109…
5. StudioIJB "Dark" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5059…
6. TigerRose13 "Pure" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/3353…
7. dviouslecunning N/A :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5134…


:bulletred::bulletred::bulletred: ACTIVE TAGLINE :bulletred::bulletred::bulletred:
:pointr: TAGLINE 9: "Fur" :pointl: (Started: February 28, 2015)
1. NoMoreHope97 "Sunshine" :: comments.deviantart.com/1/5045…
2. YumisaR
3. scarlette13
4. Eleween
5. Cupcakes-For-Idiots
6. StudioIJB
7. DTKinetic

:bulletyellow::bulletyellow::bulletyellow: NEXT TAGLINE: :bulletyellow::bulletyellow::bulletyellow:
Leave a comment to join the waiting list :)
ProjectComment is a Group that provides Guaranteed & Constructive comments for the DeviantArt community.

In order to support those efforts, we encourage dedicated users to give comments too. For those who are critics, artists, or just helpful in the community, we now offer something in return for all that you do - be it helping the participants of ProjectComment, or the group itself!

This weekly article focuses on the amazing deviants in the DeviantArt community, who have given fantastic comments, through excerpts of those comments, artwork by the deviants themselves, and much more! Your support in :+fav: the article would be much appreciated. :heart:



Spotlight Commenters

These commenters are determined by you through Nominations (read below for more information). Each month, we will be selecting a couple of amazing commenters based on the comments we have seen in our gallery submissions and elsewhere on deviantART. Anyone on deviantART is applicable for this feature!

:iconsweatlovebeer:, SweatLoveBeer, Varied, Student
Commented on Bothered by RogueMudblood.

BotheredDisclaimer: I do not own the X-Men. I make no profit from this work of fiction.
This is based in the comics universe, not the films. It is, however, a bit AU.
__________________
His arm was around her shoulders, her head laying on him as she leaned into his larger frame. Her left side rose with her breath, falling as she exhaled in a long, soft sigh. Red hair falling in waves down to the middle of her back looked far too elegant for the simple picnic outing. They brushed along the middle slat of the bench the couple sat on as the breeze began to pick up, several strands getting caught in the nicks in the wood. As the woman leaned forward to gather her hair together, the pieces that had been trapped ripped and snapped, pulling the skin of her tender scalp mercilessly as they were quickly separated from her.
Their observer smiled, a dark, malevolent grin that gave her an air of being the terrifying goddess she had once been called. Her mood had abruptly changed

"I love how you portrayed Storm, as the great goddess she is, sneering at Jean hurting herself - which is also a great way to introduce a third party, very skillfully done! You introduced every one subtle, but so well enough in description that -as someone who knows the comics- you have no problem knowing who they are, even though you didn't even mention Jean Grey's name at all! :)

I liked the paragraphing, too, just the right amount of happening and text in each paragraph that the whole thing was very easy and fluidly to read! And the formatting with the flashbacks in italics is great, too!

My favourite part was by far the end - with the most powerful sentence as one of the last, it really leaves you with a tingling, scared, but excited feeling - which is awesome and so skillfully done! Even that you sooth our fear of Ororo by telling us that her heart is, indeed, tormented, leaving us to pity her for a little more, is very awesome.
[...]"

Here is a selection of art created by SweatLoveBeer.
[EnR] First Valentine by SweatLoveBeer [TH] I'm glad the ball got lost! by SweatLoveBeer [UC] Valentine's Pop-Up Card by SweatLoveBeer
Have a browse of their Gallery!


:icontiganusi:, tiganusi, Professional Artist
Commented on Red Lipstick by XRlS

Red Lipstick by XRlS
"The palette in this piece is very organic, yet also very rich. The very subtle colour temperature contrasts - especially the warm red lipstick against the crimson lips, and the two-hue blue on the curtain highs/shadows (if my eyes aren't deceiving me) - make the image take on a wonderful visual depth while not distracting with chroma-clutter. I'm also loving the detail on the lips, the back shoulder shadow, and the almost plastic way the hair is painted. It looks like actual glossed curly hair, not the spaghetti/flat thing most people would have going on up there. The eyes are superbly emotive, and the colour they have is brilliant, clear, and really stands out since the only similar hue I'm seeing is an undertone in the hair.[...]"

Here is a selection of art created by tiganusi.
Psychopsis, En Vogue by tiganusi You Heard The Man You Love (A Cento)we unswaddle the wrapped furniture:
photos of boys whose names are lost
together like - let's say -
a school of silvery fish
come back as our heartbeats
stored up for phantom children;
small timid voices we can't locate,
one deep vowel of horror,
a word dissolved.
why such deep mourning?
say it plain;
we turn maudlin,
we hiss at them:
the hurt child will bite you,
will creep around at night
through one night after another,
after decades of being virtuous instead:
oh blackie, named bluntly
at the age of - my guess - ten,
you spent this morning among the bloodsucking,
those black sweaters, those tatters
or fur or feathers, whatever,
because you didn't think
the way you did.
the audience was squirrels
the colour of dried blood;
they speak words i think,
they testify.
what is it they claim to know?
but sing on, sing on,
an ancient custom.
join the applause:
this was for others.
is it about sex?
you've lost your splendour;
it's like watching somebody drown.
if you could only find your way
b
Southern Belle by tiganusi
Have a browse of their Gallery!


:iconmourkhayn:, Mourkhayn, Traditional Art, Hobbyist
Commented on A Glimmer of Hope by Schokopir.

A Glimmer of Hope by Schokopir
"I think you did a great job of creating a focal point on the flower. The darkened background and vignetting lend a lot weight to the title of this piece. It really feels like that flower is struggling to extract itself from that darkness!

I think you could make this image even better by cropping it to change the composition. Right now, the flower is pretty much dead in the center and the stalk almost perfectly aligned with the diagonal of the image. The other flowers and stalks in the background break the symmetry a bit, but the composition still feels somewhat stiff to me.

A good way to avoid that is to think in terms of negative space when you take the shot: don't focus only on the subject (flower and stalk) but also how you can use the subject to "cut" varied negative shapes in the background.
[...]"

Here is a selection of art created by Mourkhayn.
Portfolio by Mourkhayn Blitzbert's Grossly Overpowered Document Shredder by Mourkhayn Storm Trooper ReDesign - Aztec Jaguar Warrior by Mourkhayn
Have a browse of their Gallery!

Do you know of a potential Spotlight Commenter? If so, we take nominations. Feel free to note ProjectComment!




Comment?

Consider commenting on one or more of the below!

Untitled by ledeir15 King Yggdrasil by Ouroboros-Armageddon Purple Love by aquanis-photos

If you want to be in for the chance of being featured, feel free to submit to this folder!



How To Nominate


We need nominations of deviants who you think should be featured! Send us a note with the subject "Nomination" and the following information:
    :star: Name of Deviant

    :star: Links to the deviations they commented. (This is great way to give back to a user who has given you an exceptional comment!
:bulletgreen: You can suggest anyone and everyone (except yourself ;P) at any time and include as many nominations as you want in one note.
:bulletgreen: The news feature occurs once every week and all nominations will be taken into account.
:bulletgreen: If your nomination isn't featured immediately, it may still be featured in a future news article!

3wyl, posting on behalf of ProjectComment
Update: Just two more days to get your interpretations in! Participate and one of your works may be interpreted on by us! :eager:

Want to participate in a game that puts a spin on constructive commenting, where the winner can get a chance to be featured for feedback?


Let's play The Interpretation Game!


Information
Here is how it works:
Rather than constructive commenting, your goal is to gather your thoughts and come up with the best interpretation of the artwork shown. Interpretations try to put into words the meaning of the idea being expressed, the emotions of the idea, an explanation of what is going on, etc.

1) Three lucky artists will have their piece featured in the blog.

2) Members (that's you!) will offer their interpretation within a given time frame on whatever or how many pieces they wish. Leave a comment on the blog with a link to your comment/interpretation on the artist's work, or just write your interpretation here while mentioning the artist and his/her work directly on the blog.

3) The featured artist ranks one interpretation as the best, and the winner will get their artwork featured in the next round where members will offer interpretations on their work.

Rules
:bulletred: Artwork featured must tell a story, message OR involve an emotional, thought-provoking, or abstract theme needed to "interpret" the art. If you plan on participating to win, make sure you have at least one piece to meet this criteria.
:bulletgreen: Literature is allowed, but must be 300 words or less.
:bulletred: The current Winners/Featured artists can participate but cannot win twice in a row.
:bulletred: Artwork/comments must be judged by interpretation. Compliments and constructive commenting is always welcome, but here, interpretation is key!
:bulletred: If featured artist fails to select an interpretation, I, or a volunteer will select a winner for them.
:bulletred: If winner fails to reply/accept, another winner will be selected or a volunteer will jump in.

Deadlines

Interpretations must be in by Saturday February 21st. (No submissions on Sunday!)
Winners must be selected by Monday, February 23rd.
There will be a short Intermission before Round 3.

Here are the entries:

  FNAF Inspired [Foxy] - Please Police OfficerPlease police officer,
He’s done no harm.
Let him go, leave him be.
The scratches on my face,
The bruises on my knee.
It wasn't him,
It was me.
Please police officer,
I mean it, I really do.
I am not afraid, he’s done nothing wrong.
Let him go, let him be.
The cut on my neck,
The bite on my arm,
It wasn't him,
It were three,
It was my fault,
Really it’s true.
I would be dead if were not for you.
He was hidden away,
The others came to play.
They didn’t want me there.
They didn’t play fair.
He called you here.
Don’t you see,
He’s setting me free.
He wants me to live,
But I cannot leave.
He is my friend,
We belong together,
Like peas in a pod,
We are stuck together,
Shadow Angel - Character Sheet by MagicMidnightFox Sparkle by Ellofayne

If you have any questions, just ask!
ProjectComment is a Group that provides Guaranteed & Constructive comments for the DeviantArt community.

In order to support those efforts, we encourage dedicated users to give comments too. For those who are critics, artists, or just helpful in the community, we now offer something in return for all that you do - be it helping the participants of ProjectComment, or the group itself!

This weekly article focuses on the amazing deviants in the DeviantArt community, who have given fantastic comments, through excerpts of those comments, artwork by the deviants themselves, and much more! Your support in :+fav: the article would be much appreciated. :heart:



Spotlight Commenters

These commenters are determined by you through Nominations (read below for more information). Each month, we will be selecting a couple of amazing commenters based on the comments we have seen in our gallery submissions and elsewhere on deviantART. Anyone on deviantART is applicable for this feature!

:iconpaperbackrevelations:, PaperbackRevelations, Literature, Hobbyist
Commented on The Night We Ran Out of Vodka by RogueMudblood.

The Night We Ran Out of VodkaDisclaimer: This is a work of fiction. The historical events portrayed are used in a fictional manner. All of the characters herein are a product of the author's imagination, or are used solely in a fictional sense. The author owns exclusive rights to this work.
Note: Though this takes place in Russia, as the story is written in English, the dialogue is also written in English.
Note 14 February 2015: “Sven” has been changed to “Alexei” due to the historical culture in order to attain more believability.
______________
The radio crackled as Alexei turned the dials, scratchy static echoing around the room. He stopped the needle at the station where news of the front had often been broadcast. Pulling his hands back, he rubbed them together quickly for some friction, not willing to waste any of their small coal supply for the chill in his bones at this early hour. The thin woolen gloves did not provide much warmth but he dar

"You did a great job of introducing all the necessary information at the start quickly and without it being a bland list of facts. It drew me right in. The narration in general is quite masterful, with descriptions that integrate into each other with great efficiency and flow. The emotion was very effectively portrayed and is infectious.

I like this metaphor a lot: "the cold that had bonded with his brittle bones"
(Although you've got a typo there; it says "hones", in case you wanted to quickly go fix it ^_^).
[...]"

Here is a selection of art created by PaperbackRevelations.
EvanescenceYou’re supposed to make love the night of your wedding day, but John and I did not.  Frankly, I don’t know how anyone can.  We were exhausted.  Our day started at the crack of dawn to get ready and was filled with constant adrenaline, standing, travelling, photos, socializing, speeches, dancing; before we knew it, it was 3 am and we had no energy left for anything else.
So, the night of our wedding day, John and I just sprawled our clothes across the chairs in our fancy hotel suite and crawled into bed.  Both laying on our backs, looking up at the beautifully painted ceiling, we sleepily recalled our favourite moments of the day.  Like when his father was the first to get on the dance floor and make a total fool of himself, and when my maid of honour made half the room tear up with her beautiful speech about how happy we’ve been from the very start.
I nuzzled my face into his collarbone and murmured, “This has been the best day of my lif
.This circle never ends.The photo of us
is filled with holes from each time
it's torn off the wall.
My Own Song of Fire and IceI could not have foreseen the warmth you would bring to my life,
though your fiery red hair should have been a sign.
Through a sideways smile,
you tell me you could kiss me forever,
and I oblige
in our own little overnight trysts
secluded from the world.
Your pale, icy blue eyes
are like sun showers, flash frozen.
A blizzard that locked away the painful moments of my past,
turning them into nothing more than tiny air pockets
in the solid surface upon which we now walk forward,
hand in hand.
With your touch,
you give me heated sighs
and chilled goosebumps both,
effortlessly.
You are my own song of fire and ice.

Have a browse of their Gallery!


:iconcameronkobe:, CameronKobe, Digital Art, Hobbyist
Commented on Thanks for being there for me... by lydiakencana.

Thanks for being there for me... by lydiakencana
"The first thing to say about this is that I really, really like it :thumbsup:  I enjoyed reading it and think you conveyed your message very effectively with cute drawings and relate-able characters. I particularly like the chiding older figure looming over our fallen heroine and proclaiming "I told you so!"--who among us hasn't had to deal with being kicked like this when we're down?  It provides a charming and lucid contrast to the loving, serene attitude of the friend who later offers understanding without judgement.

Your drawings are lively and convey a strong sense of character, so props for that.  I do find the piece rather flat in terms of overall contrast so you might want to consider doing more work with values (studies in greyscale are helpful for this.)  I'd also suggest making an effort to produce cleaner line work.
[...]"

Here is a selection of art created by CameronKobe.
Pets by CameronKobe Columbo study by CameronKobe Art Trade: The Captain by CameronKobe
Have a browse of their Gallery!


:iconwindklang:, Windklang, Varied, Hobbyist
Commented on Expressions Of Insanity...Reuploaded by Tudalia.

7 Seeds - Restful Afternoon by alicelights
"The overall impression of this piece is really dark. I think "Insanity" is even too light since some of the aspects here are even violent - though insanity can end up in violence as well of course :).
I shudder when looking at all the mixed together pieces. You did a great job making the patchworky look without tearing the picture itself apart - some examples: The face is divided in three totally different parts from which the eyes both lie in the unnatural part of the face ( I find the middle being the most "normal" piece of the face) - which gives the impression, that the person sees everything through scary and wrong - unnatural - lens. The fact that the black spots are looking at you when you view the piece makes it rather scary ! There i s also the cutting line in the hat, the woman is wearing. I like the fact, that you included the title of your piece in the brim of the hat - especially because you managed it to look as if it was coincidently there as a part of your patchwork.
[...]"

Here is a selection of art created by Windklang.
Pax | Buck | Glenmore by Windklang Lu be brave by Windklang Free oakfern paint design by Windklang
Have a browse of their Gallery!

Do you know of a potential Spotlight Commenter? If so, we take nominations. Feel free to note ProjectComment!




Comment?

Consider commenting on one or more of the below!

Luna by trixiesshow Zero Suit Samus by trixiesshow

If you want to be in for the chance of being featured, feel free to submit to this folder!



How To Nominate


We need nominations of deviants who you think should be featured! Send us a note with the subject "Nomination" and the following information:
    :star: Name of Deviant

    :star: Links to the deviations they commented. (This is great way to give back to a user who has given you an exceptional comment!
:bulletgreen: You can suggest anyone and everyone (except yourself ;P) at any time and include as many nominations as you want in one note.
:bulletgreen: The news feature occurs once every week and all nominations will be taken into account.
:bulletgreen: If your nomination isn't featured immediately, it may still be featured in a future news article!

3wyl, posting on behalf of ProjectComment

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