1. First of all, this club is about improving your skills, not gaining members. The founder, the admins and the mods are allowed to post their comics here as they can be used as examples. Members that are learning, of course, can post too, as long they want to seek help. As such, you'll definitely receive all kinds of criticism from everyone, whether veteran Walfasers or new ones. Please be receptive and open to these remarks, no matter how nice or mean the criticizers might be, because feedback is the only way you'll know what's acceptable with your comics. Anyone who does not want to listen to advice and learn how to improve will be kicked out. This club is suppose to be a school therefore it will be treated as one. If you are not here to learn or give advice then you should not be here.
2. On the other hand, don't get too carried away with criticizing others. Make sure you know what you're talking about, and that you're giving your friends criticism to help them and not to make them feel bad. We're all here to learn in this. Be polite without undermining, be stern without attacking the person, and most of all, KEEP IT CIVIL.
3. Be committed! Walfasing is in the end a fun hobby, but if you're joining this club we're assuming you genuinely want to make your comics better than they are. It's not easy sometimes, but if you hang on and keep at Walfasing, you'll end up having fun AND making something you can be proud of!
4. Remember that you are in this to make Walfas comics YOU can be proud of most of all. As much as it is important to listen to peoples advice and thoughts, NEVER try to make comics just to please other people.
5. PLEASE make your comics neat! It's an eyesore to read comics that have elongated bubbles, backgrounds that cut off, pixellated images and so on, and we'll most likely deny them, but a little cleaning up will do the trick. If you have problems handling with the bubbles, backgrounds or other mechanics in Walfas, you can take a look at this guide: vachvell.deviantart.com/journa…