Do not spam wallpapers.
We encourage constructive criticism on wallpapers so that new wallers can learn and grow from their work. Please do not attack your fellow users, that never ends well.
To comment on a wall, download it to have a look at the full-size version. Then, scroll down to the bottom of the page and type your message in the comment box and then hit the submit button. You may use any of the BBCode in your message (see the forum section of the guide). Don't spam.
Good critique is a vitally important part of AP. This community is built upon the idea that fair and honest criticism can help anyone improve. We can all be guilty of assuming that our work is perfect, and it should be your aim when commenting on a wallpaper to look at it objectively and give a balanced opinion.
Here are the questions you should consider:
- What do you like about the wall? And why?
- What don't you like about the wall? And why?
- How do you think it could be improved?
And the things you shouldn't comment on:
- What you thought of the series. Try joining in the Anime and Manga forums.
- The pose of the character. It's not the job of the Waller to mess around with a scan.
- The resolution. If it's wallpaper sized that's good enough - try checking out the Waller's website if you want a different resolution.
You should always be looking to suggest how you think something can be improved. If you like something, try to detail exactly what it is you like about it. What we don't want to see are "I like this!" or "I hate this!" comments, as they aren't very helpful to anyone.
We know it can be difficult sometimes to comment on a wall, especially if you like it, but try to think of the comments you'd like to see made on your walls that would help you improve. And remember to be civil.
The same also applies to wallpapers which you do not like. If you have nothing to say except for insults and inflammatory comments, then don't say it.
Wallpaper comments are monitored and your ability to comment may be disabled should your comments be deemed to be consistently of a very poor standard. This may be without warning, and it is permanent - not reading the guide is no excuse.