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Sep 14, 2001
a recent poll found a certain jin wicked to be a favorite in the adequacy art world. being pretty new to this site, and unfamiliar with this individual, i decided to browse the artworks on jin's webpage. i must say that i was very disappointed with what i saw. now, i must say that i am not an artist myself, and that is probably because i have some self criticism in me, but i would like to offer a little bit of advice to jin:
  • find a new model for photographs, the model you have now is neither attractive nor interesting looking,
  • teach photographers to focus, while certain artistic styles may utilize experimentation with focus, depth of field, etc., it is fairly obvious when the handyman just doesn't know how to use his tools,
  • learn how to draw, junior high sophistication is not becoming to a 20-something year old
oh, and try criticizing yourself before you start criticizing others. i don't really disagree with most of your choices in the art bashing section of your webpage, but your comments are naive, to say the least.


Unjust Criticism (4.00 / 1) (#1)
by Anonymous Reader on Fri Sep 14th, 2001 at 07:50:58 AM PST
  • She doesn't need a new model for photographs. First of all, you show yourself as something of an artistic philistine if you think only the most beautiful of girls make good photographic subjects - ugly people are far more interesting, one can get lost in the contemplation of their imperfections. Perhaps this is why Jin does not make a good subject? She is far too beautiful, something of a perfect Venus. All the same, one can see her muscular personality in the photographs, I think they are very good.
  • Lack of focus? I find the soft tones really very artistic. The fire of the dragon Jin is contrasted by the soft focus of the photographs. Wonderful stuff.
  • Her drawing abilities are wondrous. I don't know how you can possibly criticise her artistic abilities in any respect whatsoever. They are at once moving and original. They explore what it is to be a woman in the online world, constantly attacked by neerdowell males such as yourself. You make me ashamed of my sex, picking on Jin for no other reason than that she is a woman, one of a sex which has doubtless rejected you again and again. Weirdo.
BTW, her art bashing page is a bit of light humour, can't you get a joke? Dummy.

i am a woman (5.00 / 1) (#4)
by bazylia on Fri Sep 14th, 2001 at 08:49:04 AM PST
i think the subject heading is enough to refute everything you wrote.

Not really (5.00 / 1) (#5)
by Anonymous Reader on Fri Sep 14th, 2001 at 09:01:33 AM PST
Males are aroused by Jin, for she is something they cannoy obtain. This angers them. Females are motivated by jealously of her, for they know she is the female archetype.

males dislike her because she is something they can never own, females dislike her because she is something they can never be.

you're missing the point (5.00 / 1) (#6)
by bazylia on Fri Sep 14th, 2001 at 09:36:58 AM PST
my comments were about art, not about jin. i did not assume that she was the model in all of those photographs.
all i am saying is that i just don't like jin's art.
i have no reason to be jealous of her.

either way (none / 0) (#8)
by alprazolam on Fri Sep 14th, 2001 at 11:34:05 AM PST
she sure does yap enough for a chick. whoever told her that guys actually want to listen to women's stupid assed feelings must have been really convincing.


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