I personally think Destrctive cricism is idiotic. I am not enforcing that, I agree with seth about it.You can think what ever you want, and post it. But don't you think destructive criticism takes it farther than what you described? It's pretty much saying that the bed frame is useless and you know for sure that no one would like it and there's no point in building anymore, all that without having sold a single bed frame yourself?
--Seth Cross said:
See, but here is where I am comming at. if i read someones poem or story and hated it to death. I would not say,
"OMG, what the fudge-nat was the shizz-nat? Go jump off a bridge that was terrible, no one would ever read that perposely."
No, I am saying we should say.
"sorry, that was terrible. The story is very generic for this genre, Dragons that morph into humans has been done over and over, its hard to do uniquely. The main character was bland, I go no feel for his emotions or anything about him. The setting is terrible, why would they be fighting with swords when they are in the year 2213 and as you said 'at the peak of technology'. And lastly, you miss-spelt 'foot'".
Clearly gets the point across and is 'constructive'