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Re: RFOR: Is LGDC really crap?
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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Erik Greenwald)
- Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2002 19:26:09 -0600 (CST)
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> Mads Bondo Dydensborg wrote:
> > If your diary describes how to get artists working on your project, I
> > would read it ;-)
> *READ* it?! I would have it bound in gold leaf, tie it with a crimson
> ribbon and keep it next to my heart always!
hehehe, actually, I've figured that one out, but you won't like it.
I got my artists by promising 'em a chance at money down the road.
The first couple games are gonna be free download (but closed
source, please don't lynch me...) as a warm-up, then shift to
commercial games. Unfortunantly, artists don't seem too eager to
move without some hefty incentive waved in their face. Money
is an easy one, sometimes portfolio filler is a good one. I have a
producer that hunts people down on irc channels like #3dsmax
and starts talking to see who's doing what and who knows what
they're doing, then msg's them with his grandiose plans and
basically does a sales pitch, then drags them back to a channel
where the group can talk to them and decide from there.
supposedly there are artists willing to work for credits so they
can develop a portfolio, but they not out LOOKING, and
neither are we :)
-Erik <email@example.com> [http://math.smsu.edu/~erik]
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