How bad is r/art?
How bad are the submissions?
Unbearably bad. I'm ready to unsubscribe if nothing changes
Pretty bad. I probably won't unsubscribe, but something needs to happen.
Mediocre. The quality of the submissions is probably par for the course with reddit.
Decent. I don't mind the submissions that are getting popular. Sometimes it could be better, but overall, it's fine.
I like where r/art is right now with the submissions. We don't need to change anything.
How difficult is it to speak honestly/critically about an art piece?
Very difficult. I simply don't leave critique anymore because it gets downvoted to oblivion
Average. Not a whole lot different than the rest of reddit.
Easy. I speak my mind. Who cares?
What kinds of changes would you like to see made to the subreddit?
More heavily moderated comments.
More heavily moderated submissions.
Submission guidelines that encourage more quality submissions.
A rule preventing redditors from posting their own artwork (instead posting it to r/IDAP)
Something else (please use the next question field to explain)
Explain your previous answer
If you answered 'something else' in the previous question- please elaborate on what specifically you would like to see done to the subreddit.
Thank you sir/madam.
Appreciate that you've taken the time to fill this out. Hopefully we can improve your reddit experience! -r/art team
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