However, firstly, a few rules for you all.
Keep in mind, most of these are common sense, but if something negative with no tact (AKA, bashing) is posted, it will be removed without a second thought.
First and foremost; no bashing.
This will be stated repeatedly, as obvious as it should be.
"You suck ass!" is not a critique.
"You obviously spent no time on this, genderbending is horrible and daysoo weaboo is obvious" is not a review.
When posting, please post in the correct section
Inquiries go in the main section.
Random VB critiques and reviews go in the VB critiques and reviews section.
REQUESTS for VB critiques and reviews go in the REQUESTS section.
USTs, Reclists, etc. go in the... USTs, Reclists and Mixing etc section.
Easy enough. Anything misplaced will be moved without leaving a shadow topic, yes? Yes.
Think before you type
Similar to rule no. 1.
But more... just be careful of what you type. Take a few seconds to read over what you just typed. Not to say you need to sugar coat everything, but just try to make sure you wouldn't find your own post hurtful if someone said the same to you.
Provide enough information when requesting a Review/Critique
Art, voice samples, Voice Bank download and background/miscellaneous information are the basics... Please include them somewhere in your request post.
Please, TRY to do a proper review/critique.
Please don't just say "I like them c:" or "Ehhh"
For once, just try "I like them BUT...", or maybe even go the whole way and set up a few sections and mark 'em out of a certain number. I use "design", "configuration", "voice" and "miscellaneous" (with a paragraph for each section, and a sum up) and mark out of 100, but feel free to experiment.
Don't expect "I like it".
Realize what you're requesting and specify if you can't take harsh comments.
If I see one argument over someone saying something reasonable... *mumble mumble*
That's all for now, but expect this to be updated later.