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Minraed
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PostSubject: Simtography Tips   16/3/2012, 02:09

In light of this recent concern about who has more skills than others, I would like to share something we put together at Simatography.


Get it HERE

I just realized/remembered that Sancho is in this  lovzzzz

Anyway, if I could add words of encouragement, because it's my philosophy too...

Challenges and competitions can be very demoralizing by nature. They can leave us feeling embarassed, self-concious, and generally just feeling like we're not good enough; but as a person who runs challenges too, I can pretty much say with confidence that anyone who runs challenges feels pretty much the same. We love seeing the really great stuff, and we hate giving low scores to those who are NOT YET  at the level of skill to get good scores, but it's never about the scores alone. I run THE biggest and most successful machinima challenge out there and if you see my first machinima... well, it's not exactly up to standard let's just say lol. The point is, if you are willing to put yourself out there, and risk feeling a bit put down by a lower score, you will learn and you will improve. I learn more every day from the members of my own website, and I'm supposed to be the guru. There are always some who are rude and trollish, but in general, I think I can speak on behalf of many of us who have more advanced "simtography" skills, that we LOVE LOVE  hearty luvs   luv u   more love  helping others learn and get better AND most importantly, have more fun with doing these things (as opposed to feeling "not good enough")

so, thats my really long way of saying.. glad you're staying.  luv u  and I do hope my little photography book might help you or anyone here reading.

now.. back to the runway
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PostSubject: Re: Simtography Tips   18/3/2012, 00:54

this is fantastic, i have read it once so far and have picked up some useful tips already, will read it again and again

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PostSubject: Re: Simtography Tips   15/7/2012, 00:38

That was really interesting and informative. Thanks.


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PostSubject: Re: Simtography Tips   15/7/2012, 01:01

Thank you Minraed so much for this!!!! I was actually going to pm you to ask for your link (I started searching the old comments for MMM Cycle 1 & got tired looking for it) LOL

I think this is very helpful for ALL cuddle luv u






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