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When an artist draws a series of commissions/requests for other people, you like them uploaded... 

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131 deviants said Indiviually, that way you can see the details or favorite/commet on the ones you like
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34 deviants said Keep most uploaded indiviually but group certain ones together (like by commissioner or theme)
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19 deviants said A couple at a time in order of completion, this way they're uploaded in batches like 1-5, 6-10 etc
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5 deviants said Upload them in larger batches like 1-10, 11-20
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2 deviants said Put them all on one giant page (wait until all of them are completed or update the deviation each time one is added)
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2 deviants said Have the batch option of a couple at a time in your main gallery, and put the indiviual uploads in your scraps
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2 deviants said Other? (Comment)

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StevenRoy Feb 22, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I think it should depend on the type of art it is. Basically, as a general rule: It shouldn't take too much longer to download something than it takes to look at it... or something like that.

Ergo, simple B&W sketches should probably be grouped together in sketchdumps (the simpler the art, the bigger the dump). If they're elaborate and/or colored and/or not related at all to each other, it's probably better to put them up separately.

That's my opinion, at least.
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:iconstarmuttani:
Personally, I think it's better to have 1-5 sketched commissions in a batch rather then submitting all individual pieces. It helps to avoid clutter in your gallery, however, I do recommend submitting separately in your scraps so they can have the option to fav the ones they reeeeally liked. *shrugs* I suggest going with a batch because I know I'd go nuts if I had to upload every single one to my gallery! xD
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somuchluv Feb 22, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Haha, everyone wants to make you work harder. xD
I say it depends. If they are just simply sketches or inked lines, then it's fine to have them all clumped together, but if they are more in-depth pieces, they should be individual. :nod:
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