Read before making a sig/ava request

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by psycoblaster, Aug 12, 2008.

  1. psycoblaster
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  2. strata8

    strata8 Look! A pointless distraction!

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    VISHI SO FISHI should add the first part to his topic.

    Also, can a moderator please sticky this? It's very helpful indeed [​IMG]
     
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  4. Law

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    I actually kind of prefer strata8's style, I don't know why but I feel that it's a lot better than VISHI SO FISHI's.

    Although, people are usually quite.. pompous when it comes to talking about their own work.
     
  5. Psyfira

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    That is a very nice set of guidelines, I'm sure it'll make life a lot easier for you lot [​IMG]
    The only other thing I can think of is request slots; not a rule as such, but if you're running a sig factory then making it clear how many signatures you can work on at once or even stating when you're busy on one might make life easier for you. So other people leave you alone while you're busy!

    Now about the impending war, yes Vishi was way out of line with that "mine's better than yours" comment. We can all see what he was trying to say there a mile off. Remember to take age into account here, an understanding of the time and place to use your tools only comes with practice; give the kid a chance to figure it out, with a bit of practice he'll get the point. By all means tell him to be nicer to his fellow sigmakers, but dragging him through the dirt while you're at it isn't going to achieve anything.

    I think we need to put this back into perspective; it's a couple of kids getting some practice in by making things for other people. Don't read too far into it, it's not about "fame" and everyone can tell what's come from where and made by who. At the end of the day someone will only take on a request if they want to (at least I hope they don't feel like they're forced to do everything in that thread cause it looks like it's getting out of hand!).