Posted by HankVenture in KofXii-DayStadium (Beta) (Started by HankVenture February 19, 2010, 06:49:22 AM
Board: M.U.G.E.N Discussion
Board: M.U.G.E.N Discussion
Spoiler, click to toggle visibiltyLoL cute, I just read your report on me. Very brazen on your part to try and call me out on name calling when you do it all the time when I'm involved. Oh hell, what's that called again? Oh that's right! Being a hypocrite! The fact that I get to you that bad is astounding to me. Especially since I'm using the forum "EXACTLY WHAT IT'S DESIGNED" for. See what I did there? This place is a hub for releasing stages, characters, lifebars, screenpacks, pallets, exchanging of ideas, and etcetera. People post these things to hear back about what people think of said items. Good, bad, constructive, deconstructive. It all has a place. It's all feedback. I leave all levels of those types of feedback, however, people like to focus on the bad and deconstructive mostly because I'm very vocal about what I think. Especially when something is just god awful. I want to see people improve but they aren't going to improve when all they see is, "Nice stage dude! That's bad assed." or generic +1 comments.
You say that I'm a poison to this forum where "we're all trying to become better creators through USEFUL, RESPECTFUL, CONSTRUCTIVE feedback" but yet I hardly ever see that kind of feedback but from 3 posters each for stages and characters. Even then there has been a sever drop off of replies from them due to the heavy decline in quality being output. So from my perspective the real poison is the generic feedback that floods almost every release. The only reason why what I say looks so negative is because everyone is used to getting told that their stage is "THE BEST STAGE EVAR +1 " when it's clearly not true. Nothing I have said is remotely out of line. So if you want to keep acting like a crybaby over then go right on ahead.
The reasoning was explained in detail. Long story short the tool is primarily meant to save time on preliminary stage work like jigsawing, indexing, zoffest, and the like for the main compositional piece of the background. Meaning more time can be devoted to more exceptional qualities of the stage. Something that takes hours to do now takes but a few minutes max. Think about it like this, the stage when jigsawed by the program makes about 8320 pieces. Indexing those one by one would take a long time. A VERY long time. The time saved can be spent on making animations for the stage, and coming up with maybe an idea or putting a twist on something to make it entirely your own. All he did was run it through the program and call it his. Even if he did something as remotely simple as inverting the image using any image tool and then ran it through, then maybe yeah, he could call it his then.QuoteAnyway, now that Little Miss Prissy above me is done throwing her temper tantrum we can get down to the real point. The point I was making was that since he did literally no work whatsoever that it can't even be considered his release. He downloaded the image, ran it through the program, and then called it an alpha. He didn't add anything to it of his own whatsoeverand?!
it makes your life difficult or what?!
is HIS release, since he used the program, even if it took him less than a minute, he upload it and announce it...
not to be rude... but I don't see the point of this...
we get something great from Cybaster and bash starts
So according to HankVenture, we are not allowed to use Cybaster tools?Look it's SeanAltly Jr.! Anyway, I never said that. I said that it's an improper use of what the tool is really meant for and that the release was not a proper demonstration of it's uses. It's not meant to be a one stop shop for stage making.
HankVenture decides what we can and what we can't do? Since when?
I see this topic like this...I would actually love it if you did that. LoL
I will take a pic, use the program and announced as "WHATEVER NAME STAGE by Cybaster" released!!
is that ok?