HI bro hey i want to talk with you
well i want to help you in your map
im good with triggers and object editor etc... if you like the idea pm me
hello, please tell me,when a new version will done, all savegames(codes) will be deleted again?
Just checking if you got it. gimme a msg. Hope i can help.
Alrighty, Ill send you my newest Work once im finished. Just Tell me where to send it.
Well, Dont Dought anything. ive made plenty of rather fine works but alright. Fine.
Hope it gose great.
Yo, Just a Fan of Yo Map. I was woundering, If i could possiably Help you Devolp more of it, Cause i spent more then 23+ Hours on it in the pass 2 days, and i was sad when i hit the wall and ran outta stuff to do. ! lol. Gimme a MSG back asap, or Msg me in b-net. Us-East, @ Naterx. Im versitile in alot of stuff. So please get back to me,. i would love to help you make more.
I was google searching and I stumbled upon your post in regards to Gaia's Online RPG. In reading it, i noticed you are searching for a literate member to help with quests. I myself an avid partaker in story making, would be more than happy to help you with the mentioned position.
I have some special scanners for slides and negatives, but they are kind of limited when it comes to some types of film, so I'm thinking I can set up a kind of projection system and just use a good camera to capture some of them if I need to.
So I'm just looking for recommendations, because I'd like to not spend more than like 800 dollars if I don't have to, which seems to be lower midrange for DSLR. Should I bother with something like that, or just wait and plan on spending a lot more?
I know I need at least 24 megapixel because I need to be able to capture the film grain because that's kind of a thing I advertise about, and my admittedly very fast math and a guy on Reddit told me that's what I need
No, I'm still looking into them and kind of leaning towards a Rebel T7 at the moment because it's pretty cheap and lenses seem pretty easy to come by. Used ones are only like 3-400 dollars, which is much cheaper than I was planning
It would but I can also just make sure I can return them. The system I have works, it's pretty straightforward and I tested it with a camera I have. All it really is is a little cartridge that holds the transparency film and a white light source behind it that projects the image into the lens