How do I critique submitted work?
3:16 AM, Wednesday July 21st 2021
I am currently in the 250 boxes challenge and am about to reach 200 boxes, which means that I'm going to have to submit my work eventually. I heard that I can critique the work of others to increase the likelihood of my work being critiqued, so that's what I'm going to do.
But I still want to know more about how to critique before I actually try to make one. I'm asking for things like:
How do I start a critique? Do I greet myself or get straight to the point How should I greet myself?
What should I critique from someone? Should I compliment them on something they have done right or should I only point flaws?
How should I know if they are ready to move on? Is there a certain way to know if they understand the lesson and prepared for the next one?
How should I end my critique? Other than move on to the next lesson or do these assignments. Should I say something supportive like "You got this! " or "You've gone very far, don't give up!"?
That's about it for my questions, I hope it's clear enough.