The DS is doing some amazing things with Photoshop over in the DS Corner.
It's a shame that they only have 20-40 members voting on which signature attempt is better than the other.
Back during PS3Forums our DS would post Sig of the Week battles in the PS3 Discussion thread to divert traffic over to that section for a quick vote.
I don't see the harm in this so long as it's not spam.
Perhaps allow one of our new Admins to use the Announcement feature to tell the Forums when a sig Tournament is going on?
I guess what I'm getting at is that there is a lot of talent being thrown around in the Corner, and not enough viewer attention to inspire (?) the artists.
I would like to hear some opinions from the DS.
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Theft started out the year with the okay from the forum administration to advertise the SOTWs in the PS3 Games forum. The outcome was really impressive with the first SOTW of the year breaking a new record with over 100 voters for the turnout. But as the weeks passed, it's been shown that less people have shown an interest in casting their votes in the SOTWs.
Now that's not to say that simply posting an announcement each week would hurt the forums. But then again, if people aren't going to be interested in the SOTWs much when the advertising thread is posted in the PS3 Games section, then I doubt it'll make much of a difference if it were to be posted as an announcement.
Some people do view it as spam, no matter how much of an impact the Design Corner has made over the years. They just don't want it in a game-centric forum. It's unfortunate, yes. But I think that since we have an entire section dedicated to designers that people can view anytime, exposure really isn't much of a problem.
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