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  • dcarr
    I'm one of the guilty one's Mike and I know what you mean. I have learned much from reading many of the descriptions. But when it comes to my own I'm lacking. Sometimes it's because I start something and by the time I get back to it I've forgotten what I did. Other times I do so much I don't even know where I am. But I am trying to be more conscientious. I am keeping notes as I go along, especially on some of the harder ones. I am beginning to appreciate, more and more, just what style and technique can do for all of us.

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  • Mike Needham
    started a topic Description Swan Dive?

    Description Swan Dive?

    Is it just me or has there been a noticeable decline in the weight and quality of the descriptions handed in on submissions? I realise sometimes not many steps outside of cloning are carried out, but I miss and thought invaluable the detailed descriptions that used to accompany peoples work.

    Just wondered if others had any thoughts contrary or similiar.

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