Dinosaurs will never replace the Dino Nuggets though
Look harder.Could there be a category for mythical creatures? Mythical > Dragon, Mythical > Gryphon etc.
1 and 3 - Precisely, "kaiju" means specifically "giant city-destroying-sized monster". Godzilla. Pacific Rim. etc.I have a few suggestions for the species list:
1) Favor generality over specificity, there are so many dissections of things I never draw and so few options for the things I do.
2) Perhaps offer an additional textbox for "other" so users can write something in. A lot of work, I know, but you might get some useful diagnostics rather than guessing.
3) Change "Kaiju/Monster" back to "Monster" and just add the species "Kaiju". I draw a bunch of monsters and precisely zero of them are Kaiju
I would be inclined to agree up to a point, but certain classes of animals gets a bit tricky that way. Consider relatively unpopular yet distinctive and non-obscure animals within a larger family, such as mongoose and wolverines; they probably demand a clearer tag than "Mustelids - Other" or "Viverrids - Other"—do we even have a tag for viverrids?—but they don't form a big enough umbrella to merit sub-tags.The list definitely needs to be reorganized. When I make a post with a fox in it I immediate look under Mammal...but it's not there. There's a Vulpine section but the only listings are "Fennec" and "Vulpine (Other)". It feels like at times the list is too specific and at other times it's too vague.
Personally, I think the super specific species or breed set up is too much. Simpler terms like "Bear" covering all bears, "Fox" covering all foxes, "Dog" covering all dogs might be simpler with specified breeds or sub types being something the user tags specifically themselves.
Is there a supernatural category?
As in, you're referring to a feral member of the species felis catus? Still domestic cat; that's the name of the species, rather than a descriptor for members living alongside humans. Or are you speaking of felis silvestris?Make it so that there is a difference in domestic cats and wild cats? like not a pet, but still a cat