Who's amazing? You are. I mean, 26 corrections. 26! That's almost one for every day this month.
That's pretty darn amazing. So without further ado, I'll present you our...
And since these people are amazing, I also went ahead and entered their names into a surprise raffle for 160 points!
The winner was chosen with a random number generator.
Congratulations, liyashi, you are the raffle winner this month! Join in and correct during the month of August - and if enough people correct, we might have another surprise drawing!
Correct-Me Features:Here are a few pieces in the Correct-me folders that caught my eye. Even if you don't think you're a pro in art, click anyway. Some of my best learning experiences were when I gave feedback to others. So weigh in.
Oh, and you don't have to be an official "Corrector" of the group to submit redlines or corrections. The more the merrier. Get your helpfulness seen by over 4,000 members!
Tell us what you think!
Last month, we asked if you've ever done a redline and how it felt. There was pretty much unanimous agreement among commentors that doing a redline is helpful to both the person getting the correction, and the corrector too! Aki-rain
had a piece of hers corrected, and thought it was very useful feedback. KuroAlis
, a regular on the correction scene, told us that it's sometimes hard to see your own mistakes, but when you correct, you get to look at the same kinds of art issues in a fresh way.
It helps you to understand what you correct more so I really recommend trying it if you haven't," said Felizias, sharing a very similar sentiment.
This month we'd like to know...What do you find most useful in a correction? What about corrections for other people? Are there any redlines in our gallery that you've found particularly helpful? (Please share examples if there are!)