The Improvment Drawoff. I'm sure you all remember that? Whoever's improved the most wins. JLFG won that, right? With that awesome Ironman he did. He appeared to have Improved a ton, and he has improved some, but I found that the next few pieces he did were at the near exact same skill level he was at before the Iron Man piece or were not at the level of skill that the Iron Man was at. What I'm implying here is that JLFG never improved his technique much if at all, he just tryed harder, and created a really cool piece in my opinion but he had and still has the commpassity to do work like that all the time but he doesn't. And their were a ton of awesome improvments all around, but as one member put it "sadman went from scribbles to competence" and I did. And I got no more than 3 votes, if that many.
The Favorite Characters Draw-off. It's still in progress at the polls, but I'm already seeing a fimilar trend. I have no doubt that Web-Head topped me in that DO, his piece is stellar. Compasitionally, anatomically, whatever it's a solid piece. And I know my piece is comparitively anatomically and proportionatly superior to the other two (save the lower two characters) and is definately rendered better but still I recieve no votes I'm positive that there is bias in the voting process on penciljack.com. No doubt in my mind. I hate bias. Especially when it's in a place it most certainly does not belong.
I just want to know why people are bias to other members stuff when they should not. And don't any of you say "human nature" because I know that's the core of the matter, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Just to be clear again, I mean no offense but any comments made to other members here, just saying what I see.