It's a crisp and simple website that has a pretty professional design. It's still in beta, so you can't get in unless you were invited.
Things I like about it: "Collections" are a way for multiple users to effectively share the same submission, eliminating the redundancy of uploading multiple copies of the same image onto a server. It seems like a pretty slick solution to free up some bytes. Me gusta efficiency.
Apparently, there's also a system of dealing with troublesome moderators built in to the site, a lesson learned from the horrendous job that FA has done in moderator quality control.
The deal breaker: As per their acceptable content policy, there can be no characters who are minors or have child-like features engaged in sexual activities. Seeing as that's one hundred percent of the reason why I'm here on Inkbunny, I don't have any reason to submit anywhere else. Even if I make some 18+ character art in the future, it's staying here. Art sites depend on user contributions, and any site that doesn't allow my preferred art to be submitted doesn't deserve my support. It's as simple as that, really.
I hope that site does well, if for no other fact than I'd like to see FA either finally get with the times and make a move to fix its image or hemorrhage users until it becomes obsolete. The fandom deserves better.
6 years, 2 months ago
01 Oct 2012 07:19 CEST