Originally Posted by steelkevin
I remember when I first came here somebody posted a HORRIBLE blue phantom and I went really harsh on him and then there was some arguing for two or three pages.
So guys, if you appreciate it it's ok, I can understand that, but I think it's better to just ignore his post as if you hadn't seen it than to express your negative feelings about his work.
I didn't realize they made 400*200mm radiators Oo.
Originally Posted by IT Diva
And so how is it that we're actually helping anyone then, when we blindly ignore when they've soiled their britches and stink
All this political correctness crap is helping no one.
But then again, I'm old and don't adapt well to negative change.
These views are both true. If ever I post something terrible, I'd want people to tell me how I could improve upon it. However, I would prefer people have some amount of tact, and not a blanket "What in blazes were you thinking?!?" statement.
Remember that ~Constructive~ criticism is a thing and that preferences are different among people. I think it should also be noted that the value of the mod is to their owner, and not strictly to the community. I personally tend to judge a mod by how well it is executed, not whether or not I like it.
Side note: I actually kind of liked that blue phantom. Debated doing that to mine for a little while. Might have picked a darker blue though.
Edit: I forgot (or didnt notice) that he didn't paint the plastic as well. The red definitely clashes with the blue, but it would be awesome if those were the same color for sure!Edited by Caruban - 8/5/12 at 12:44pm