Furaffinity is still my primary use site (to be honest, I really only use this as a mirror and to look at references I am sent) BUT, in general, I like Inkbunny. The tip jar thing is cool and once the paid submissions thing gets back up, I could see myself using it for hi-res files or comics (if I ever got around to making some) etc.
My only problem with inkbunny is the lack of consistency/monitoring of tags :/ I love the hell out of the blocking by keywords thing, but the fact that I have several variants of what should be the same thing blocked ("cub", "cubs", and "underage" is an example) means that I periodically come across more stuff I have to block, just because someone has changed the spelling or term from what's explicitly on my list. I've also encountered so far at least one artist I blocked outright because they weren't tagging anything blockable (such as writing the characters' names instead of the visual content of the image, e.g. "cubs"). :T
some level of community tagging would be helpful, I think. I'd also think that artists would want to have a standardized thing, or to be descriptive in tagging, because it helps group more of the same stuff together. If I upload a tiger but don't tag it "tiger", how are fans of tigers going to find it? That kind of thing.
the tag stuff is really minor, though. the fact that I CAN block stuff at all pretty much makes me happy. <3
6 years, 9 months ago
06 Feb 2012 23:37 CET