Hi, folks! I thought I’d take a minute to ask for comments and feedback from readers, as far as the blog as a whole. While these analyses have been fun to write and I enjoy browsing DeviantArt and various image galleries for artwork depicting smartly dressed heroines, I’d like to get an idea of how the blog and the premise behind it are working for everyone. Admittedly, I’m something of a noob still as far as the blogging medium goes, so I appreciate any feedback!
What’s working for everyone? What’s not working? In my armor discussions, for example, would it help to use armor terminology? I mean, I know what a bevor, couter, and tuille are, but I worry that overusing these technical terms could turn off readers who aren’t as familiar with the vocabulary. Have I erred with this assumption?
Do the game armor analyses work? My post on Dragon Age: Origins gets the most hits each week, but only has a couple ‘likes.’ I kind of like writing these, but if they’re not working for everyone, I’m open to feedback on how to improve them.
Did my sartorially smart villainess help? These are harder to find than heroines, but if readers find them useful, I’m happy to continue incorporating more like her.
Would it help to do as a friend of mine suggested and offer counterexamples? As in, would it work to occasionally showcase adventuring outfits that try to pass themselves off as sensible or historically accurate attire, but in truth are contributing to the problem?
Once again, thanks for reading. Any thoughts and feedback are much appreciated!