I understand when an artist clumps together sketches that are all of the same character, pertaining to the same work, or have something else in common, but when they post ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING they've sketched recently it just feels like work to have to go through the entire picture and look at it all.
Even if I really love the art, sometimes I skip sketch dumps because they just are so hard to look at (they're like a wall of text, but with pictures).
I'm just a sucker for sketch dumps... really... I love them... but also I do like having a bit of information along with the drawings... but sometimes a drawning does really NEED an explantion or description... so I voted for the sketchdumps~
Oh snap, I always wanted to do that. More for an interactive ref sheet, but a sketchbook on the website would be awesome and I've been entertaining that idea for a good long while. Cool to finally see something like it in action!
Both. But if I had to chose, I'd say separate sketches!
While the large sketch dumps are fun and there is so many, much of the art is small and your amazing details aren't so easy to see in them. Yet, if you put them all on as their own... while it may be more work I'm sure there will be more appreciation to each and every piece of sketchy and epic art!
I kinda prefer them separated because it feels like it takes so much more energy to look at a GIANT picture since it appears like more info to process. sketchdumps sit the longest in my inbox but usually end up being the ones I wish i had looked at first but like kikicasa said I also kinda like to see the details, especially if there is something interesting to be said about the pics. Unless they all kinda go together or aren't highly detailed, then sketchdumps seem to have more effect viewer impact wise