Take it to the approval page
Take it to the tweak page
Tweak Nominations Limit
So, I was wondering.. since we don't really enforce the "time limit" too much right now on the tweak nominations page.. is it possible we could just get rid of it for the time being? Everyone is busy, drained, ect, with the whole virus thing going on, and I'm not sure enforcing more crunch time to get pixel art done is the best thing to do right now. Now, this doesn't mean someone should go and nominate it and then keep it to themselves and not actually do it... this is moreso for people who are actively editing/contributing/posting their artwork.
Say for example if Vec has a lot of tweaks/redos/OA claims to do. Since she's currently working on them, alongside her mainspace contributions, the time limit would not be enforced with her, since she is still doing her work. Crunch time encourages sloppy work and this should be a fun project.
Now, if someone nominates a set, lets them sit for a few weeks, and doesn't contribute, I'd say that they should lose their claims, because that's just hogging images. This proposal isn't really for them, since we take care of that anyways, but moreso to allow our more active users to take a breather and not have to worry about losing an image claim while they continue to work on other projects. —Jayce ( 18:30, 4/15/2020 )
I'm honored to be the example lol. I'd think this would work now, since we have an influx of tweaks and there's still plenty of mainspace stuff to get done. How long should we implement this? Should we do this for every new book release and have this limit be automatically be in place for say like a month or so? Vec I am Iron Man! 👾 20:13, April 28, 2020 (UTC)
Month's fine. I concur with the base logic of this. However, I think it should be for people who are, as you said, working on their stuff. People under this shouldn't be able to yeet off and say, claim a bunch of stuff that perhaps isn't their sets when they have a lot to do, and then use this to keep hold of their stuff in the meanwhile etc. Stuff like that - hogging, as said - has potential to happen if the wording of the guideline isn't phrased properly. For the OAs who are actively doing stuff and going through their stuff, there's no reason to put a limit on them specifically in that scenario.—spooky is that... a furry cat?!? 20:41, 4/28/2020
Hello. Can I join this project? Also, is this where you put requests? If not, sorry as I cannot find somewhere else.
Hi there, I am 3Pizzas or Fernstorm. I think this project is very interesting to me. May I join? 3Pizzas 06:14, June 23, 2020 (UTC)
I'll add you to the table as a kit, welcome to the project^^ Make sure you go over the guidelines. To become an apprentice you must post art and improve your skills and a lead will promote you whenever they see fit. You need three approved images to become a warrior. —PatchfeatherOut of the Silent Planet 15:13, July 1, 2020 (UTC)
Brokenstar’s deputy image
I have a question about Brokenstar’s deputy image. What is the red that is all over it supposed to be? Is it blood or scars or something? I’m just sort of confused because the red on this image makes it stand out from the rest of the set and I’m not sure what it’s supposed to be. —Sleekfang 15:28, June 20, 2020 (UTC)
Okay. In that case, should it be changed since it differs from the rest of the set (like the greenish shading on Sneezecloud’s warrior that was nominated for a tweak to change it), or is it fine as is? —Sleekfang 17:19, June 21, 2020 (UTC)
Hello. Can I join this project?
Hello again, I have a question. How do you become a apprentice and then a warrior? Also, is it ok if I use ibis paint x for my chararts because I like using it? -ScorchfernLover of the Ocean 10:38, July 2, 2020 (UTC)