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Technical Q&A Forum Information

GuerrillaGuerrilla410 HelsinkiPosts: 2,407Administrator
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Welcome to the Technical Q&A forum!

This forum is for asking technical questions about making artwork. Try to make your questions as specific as possible.

A couple of handy rules:

Use the prefixes
There prefixes available for this forum are Modeling, Texturing, Rendering, Effects, Animation. If your question is too broad to fit under one them, it's probably too broad in general, and will probably not get answered. The categories are pretty broad, but you should be able to find the closest match. For example, if you have a question about rigging, you can post it under animation. If you really can't think of a category, you need to narrow down your question until you can. If you do know your category, but it's actually missing, you can request prefixes in the Support Forum.

Show your attempts
If you're trying to make something, you should actually try to make it first. Post what you have so far, so that we can see if it's an easy fix, or if you need a different approach. Also, it's a good way of showing you're not actually looking for someone to do your work for you.

Specific questions get specific answers
Try to narrow down you question until it's as specific as possible. If it needs a full on tutorial, it's too generic. If you can't narrow it down, spend some (sometimes a lot of) time in your art app until you can.

Can you make me tutorial?
Odds are we won't. Those are a lot of work.

Mention your app
It's nice to mention which application you're working in in the title. A lot of things cross over, but app specific advice is always easier to implement. Also, people with different software will save some time when searching for solutions.

Show your solutions
If you solve your problem, post the solution and result. That way the next person looking for advice can find it easier.

Try searching first
Both here and on your favorite search engine.

Post useful answers
The only thing more useless than a "bad" question, is complaining about how bad the question is without offering anything else. If you have no useful input to the problem at hand, maybe don't make that post.
Post edited by Guerrilla on
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