The Pixel prince
- Jan 1, 2013
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ok thank you very much!
It's not quite the same as Restaff, but we have a RM.Coaliton pack coming out soon with some basic stuff. Not sure what all you are looking for, but we have a previous Restaff member on the team and are hoping to recruit more in the future, so if you are looking for something specific, feel free to visit our thread (RM button in my sig).Wouldn't it be possible for someone else to take over the ReStaff? The person would just need to know how to do this whole ReStaff thing. That way it could be revived and I think a bunch of people would be happy about it ^^
That may sound harsh but people who just complain about not separating commercial and non-commercial terms should just be ignored. If they are not willing to talk to the contributors to ask if it may be possible to use their works in a commercial game are the worst.But it's also frustrating as an organizer to also be asked to separate an artist with commercial terms and non-commercial when the point is that it's a collaborative effort and have these artists's work appreciated and be used in a game. Why can't some people just read the readme and learn of the artist and contact them? A nice thank you and permission to use their assets can go a long way.
Feedback and critique aren't the same thing and just saying what would make it better isn't the point of either. The most helpful feedback any artist can get is to let them know what is working and why. When we get no response at all we just assume that nothing is working at all and that we should stop making stuff.Because the only constructive thing I can give to a freebie is suggest another things. But exactly due to the fact that they are freebies I don't feel like I have any right to actually judge these freebies.