I'd like to see if it is just my sister giving me a +1. Or if she ISN'T.
Yeah, I would like this :)
This may cause 'thumbs up cliques' whereby gangs of thumbers only thumb whom they are allied with, regardless of how good/funny their recipients' panel was. Basically turning it into a popularity contest instead of a creative platform.
Yes, but I don't see how this would affect people thumbing up regardless...people are able to do that anyway
OTOH, I might be more inclined to visit a random user's finished games if I know they've liked my stuff. otherwise it is quite likely I'll never see, not knowing who they are. (And it would be pretty awesome knowing someone like Reed or the to artists liked a particular panel). My idea is that the user only sees who liked their own work, no one else's
But isn't that what random game is for? to find, perhaps, a hidden gem? I just personally don't think it adds anything to the Drawception experience. Ok it certainly doesn't detract either, but extra features just for the sake of it seems counter-productive. Isn't just knowing that SOMEONE appreciates your work enough, without possibly seeing the same thumbers all the time? I'm not trying to belittle anyone's opinion here in case my tone appear as such.
I would use it a lot less if it wasn't anonymous. I dont know why.
I like the anonymous aspect of the thumbs up. It's like a polite nod in the artists direction.
Somehow, seeing who gave my description/drawing a thumbs up, kinda takes away a bit of the fun of it.
I think this thread was made because there was another thread that you could give people 1-3 thumbs up and a few people said we would like to know how many people were giving us thumbs up.
So If that got implemented I would root for this more
Bad idea. A fertile ground for petty vendettas (he didn't like mine? I'm gonna unlike his).
That shouldn't happen danny for
1. there isn't a thumbs down option
2. there are way too many people on drawception to consider that
3. If someone actually does it then they're pretty sad
It also works the other way around, not in the negative, as I presented: someone liked yours, won't you feel just a little bit obliged to like theirs, even if you're not crazy about their panel?
The reason behind this idea is disgusting.
no then people would be all like "i will thumbs you up if you thumb me up" and that would be lame as all hell
Several things would happen if this were implemented:
1) Many people would start thumbs-upping every single panel, regardless of quality, in hopes that others would return the favor.
2) Many people would feel compelled to thumbs-up the panels of those who've done the same for them, regardless of quality.
3) Therefore, the connection between points and quality would be substantially weakened. The amount of points you have would be very dependent on the amount of points you've given out.
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