can we have a creative subforum?

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by Johxz » Wed Feb 25, 2015 5:36 am
Like title said, can we have a creative subforum?? is not the same like show-off. Is some pics or videos where you can show from stuff that you did.

For example, on show-off you can show videos of your game, or some prototype, but in creative you show a video with some animation, or some particle effect... or just a pic with a nice landscape, is like a brainstorming if you know what I mean.

Just a thought, it will help the newcomer know what can he do

See this, You might get the idea

how is the tag of youtube? :lol: where I can see all the tags?
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by JeffR » Wed Feb 25, 2015 6:10 am
So, like a show-off forum, but more geared towards getting feedback for improvement?
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by LukasPJ » Wed Feb 25, 2015 7:38 am
I think I need a little more elaboration.. Everything you are proud of goes in Show-off.
Show-off is much like blogs, except you don't have to write text for it.. You can just enjoy boosting your ego :P

Made a fancy fireball`? -> Show-off
Made a cool new AI? -> Show-off
Made a new octopus model? -> Show-off

Need to know whether your fancy fireball needs "awesomeness" flag set to true to be awesome? -> Rendering
Need help getting your AI to work? -> C++ or TorqueScript
Need to know how to import your new octopus model? -> Content
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by J0linar » Wed Feb 25, 2015 8:51 am
am no scinetist but why not just call it wip as in work in progress ;)

Nah to be honest am actually fine with the old structure but hey why not.
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by Duion » Wed Feb 25, 2015 1:49 pm
I think the difference is that for show off stuff people don't want feedback and critique. ;)
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