Attack Categorization Surveys

Posted by Rainy on 21 March 2018 03:24:55 PM (Edited by Rainy 6 months ago)

As some of you might realize, the Art Fight rating system is not flawless, and needs some improvements. So in an attempt to improve the attack rating system, we were hoping to get some user feedback via surveys! There are currently 2 surveys you can take. 

How do you categorize attacks?


This survey consists of 22 attacks that you will be categorizing yourself. Please categorize the following art pieces based on how YOU think they fit each category. Please do not refer to Art Fight's category guide for this survey. We want to see how you categorize attacks by your own standards. You can take the survey here.

How do you want to see attacks categorized?


In this survey we're trying to gather information about how people feel about our current categorization system as well as get everyone's opinion on potential changes. Take the survey here.

Thank you for participating in our surveys! Your feedback is extremely valuable to us. 

Comments (28)

GG everyone! I didn't get to attack everyone I wanted to, but regardless it was still fun to at least submit something xD
I'm so glad we won! #TeamTea ftw
And I'll attack more, and even better next time! ^_^
Ayy congrats everyone! This was all super fun this year!
YO, I keep seeing all around various places that Art Fight is supposed to be starting in July, but there's no Official Announcement on the actual site itself. 
Oh kinda late but thx for featuring my art ^^
All done :3
late comment, but here are my thoughts.

it could be useful to have some sort of midground between "sketch" and "clean lines", like, "rough lines". and what about lineless work/work not adhering to the sketch->lineart->color system? specifying "lines" feels weird and unnecessary

also, i'm not quite sure what "speedpaint" is supposed to entail. is the time taken to make it relevant? is it just a rougher looking painting?
I think it would be cool to have a system where you first specify the medium/type of attack (lineless painting, clay, animation, etc.), and then the categories you rate yourself on appear (based on which one you picked).  Like, if your attack was a traditional, lineless watercolor painting, you wouldn't be asked to rate yourself on your lineart, but you'd still be asked to rate yourself on how detailed the background is.  Or if your attack was made out of clay, you wouldn't miss out on points just because nothing in the system applies to clay.  I think that could potentially encourage people to use other media.
done ^^
i was thinking you should make something like that survey during art fight to keep track of the attacks that are marked wrong to get more points. it can work like "uping" with a random attack
Done!
 Reptonic you can make one drawing last 20 frames so it should be drown frames (also i agree)
Done! We need better categorization for animation based on if they're done by hand-drawing, simple color changes, and how many frames. 
Done, and I thought I'd add something I included in the survey too in case anyone has any insight.
I feel like I'm at a disadvantage in general because I use a traditional medium, and it discouraged me from participating in the fight last year.
...though maybe it's just me, I don't know.  Just thought I'd say something before I retreat to my hole.
Done! ^^
ahh,,, i want more surveys haha!! i really liked rating art
finished! 
also, does anyone know if/how i can delete old attacks? i hate having embarassing old art on my profile lol