My doodle art hub comprises mostly photos of the art with a little text of what the inspiration for that piece was. What category is it? I've put it under photos for the moment.
What is a better category?
The name of the hub is Doodle Arg Gallery and it's my latest hub.
Photos is correct. Elsewhere is would be marked substandard due to lack of text, except for poems of course.
I take that back! You've got lots of text. Try http://hubpages.com/topics/arts-and-design/2
paradignsearch, are you sure? This is one of my rare hubs where I don't know how much I wrote, and until the stats come up, won't know. I'm going to take your advice, though, because it isn't really entertainment and media. And it really is art! Thanks!
sophia, you can only post your own links in extreme hub makeover.
you can give titles, but no links.
photos would be the correct category if there's not a lot of text.
RebekahELLE, do you mean that I wasn't allowed to post my link here even though I needed help with something. People needed to see the hub in order to determine the best category. Sometimes people will tell me that I didn't provide a link so they couldn't say. Anyway, I'm hoping that paradigmsearch is correct that there's enough text to put it under art.
If I'm wrong, please give me sufficient advance warning so I can hide.
Sophia, as long as I've been here, starting a thread posting your own link is considered self-promotion, unless it's in the Extreme Hub Makeover forum. You can give the title to your hub, or let us know it's your latest hub, etc. if asking for help. When you post a reply, you can see it states this on the left of the reply box.
I think your hub will be fine in the art and design category.
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