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Posting Guidelines: Read & Follow!
This was 3 posts now combined into one (parts from Mike-3DT and Andy_k-3DT; edited and updated by Chris-3DT)
Posting Guidelines for WIP-Forums on Threedy
1, Simple rule - if it's organic, it goes in here. So that's al kind of characters, monsters etc.
2, "But what if I have both in my scene?" Well in that case, you should try to decide what is the main focus in your scene.
If you really can't decide or the scene has equal amounts of both decide what part of the scene you need/want most help/suggestions for.
3, Include the following information when you start a new thread:
- state the software used
- post a 4-view of your model(s)/scene(s): a 4-view includes one top, one side, one front (or back) and a 3/4 view
- make sure the scene/model is well lit so it can be seen and judged!
- show a shaded and wire view of your model
Before posting work here.
1, Make sure you have read the guidelines for posting on this forum
2, Expect people to constructively criticise the work - after all that's why you've posted it isn't it?
3, Don't be offended if somebody doesn't like what you have done. As long as their critique and advice was well meaning take it in the spirit it was offered. don't just dismiss peoples efforts even if you don't think they are relevant, tell them why you did things your way and not theirs.
4, Only post an update of your model/scene if a dramatic change has taken place or an unexpected problem has occured. Please don't post tiny updates just to keep your thread alive.
Before adding comments about peoples work please bear the following in mind.
1, The work has been posted here for constructive criticism that doesn't mean you can just rubbish someone's efforts without explaining why you think it could be improved.
2, Don't just say something is great when it obviously isn't. These type of posts help nobody. We are all here to learn and being told how great a half finished badly rendered image is certainly doesn't teach us anything.
3, Be polite but say what you really think, describe how you would approach the problem and maybe let the artist of the work you are commenting on benefit from another point of view.
4, Don't be afraid to speak your mind - everybody has something valuable they can add to a piece. Don't be offended if your ideas aren't used this time people will make a mental note and use it in the future.
5, Refrain from posting a reply that consists of nothing more than "looking good".
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