Started by FrankB, May 29, 2009, 10:58:37 am
Quote from: wetbanana on May 29, 2009, 09:57:35 pm@ tumasch we have similar avatars
QuoteYeah but it's a very good price, you know, it's a place where you receive such useful and sincere comments, you can only progress by going there ! Roll Eyes
Quote from: christianfly on May 30, 2009, 04:09:12 pmOf course, Rhalph is doing a joke I was myself banned from RDR because I had the so stupid attidude to say what I think, and this is absolutly forbidden in Renderosity.You just have to say: *Wow****^*^*Amazing**If not, you will be banned
Quote from: buzzzzz1 on June 01, 2009, 10:05:06 amDoes Community translate into Communism?
Quote from: schmeerlap on June 04, 2009, 05:29:35 amThere's nothing wrong with Community or Communism per se. Its the sycophantism at ReRo that gets one's goat.John
Quote from: arisdemos on June 04, 2009, 11:34:35 amI do have to say that this forum is far superior to Renderosity for gaining functional info on one's creations, and there is altogether too much fluff in the C&C that goes back and forth there. Having said this I still would point out that Renderosity is a far different kettle of fish than our membership that is dedicated to only one very specialized type of app. Planetside does not have to regulate such a diverse set of membership issues as does Renderosity, nor is it focused on a vendor base that is so invasive. I hope in this sense that Planetside retains this particular aspect of pro educational function over any commercial pandering inclinations. I really like and value having a bit of bitter with my sweet when it comes to interfacing with my peers on this site, and believe that a great deal of personal growth comes from being truthful (even up to the point of open disagreement with other TG2 users) about the opinions, facts, and graphic examples presented here. We should not be too smug in our superiority though, because there is something to be learned from Renderosity's finer points ( there is after all much good graphic content there) like having an image go completely beyond the static/realistic landscape background that so often is the case here. Our jungles could use pyramid cities, and our forest, plains and mnts. could and should at times be populated with story/fantasy line content in addition to xfrog's basic variety of plantlife without losing any TG2 educational value. There is a lessoned to learn from almost every site linkage even from what we might consider a somewhat childish cyber entity.
Quote from: arisdemos on June 04, 2009, 11:34:35 amThere is a lesson to learn from almost every site linkage even from what we might consider a somewhat childish cyber entity.