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  11 November 2012
Appropriate forum?

Hello, I'm in the process of doing a short film and required a Arnold Schwarzenegger / Terminator 3D model. I was wondering what the appropriate forum to post this would be?

I was also wondering how to lift the disability to pm people?

Thanks!
 
  11 November 2012
Try going to edit profile, and in the user control panel, click edit options. Under messaging & notification, you should find a check box to enable private messaging.

The colaborative team forum might be a good place for your project.
http://forums.cgsociety.org/forumdisplay.php?f=73

-AJ
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  11 November 2012
Originally Posted by Abiyad: Hello, I'm in the process of doing a short film and required a Arnold Schwarzenegger / Terminator 3D model. I was wondering what the appropriate forum to post this would be?

No subforum on these boards is appropriate to ask for freebies.
If you decide to start a collaborative project beyond just asking people for stuff though, then the collab forums.

Quote: I was also wondering how to lift the disability to pm people?

Thanks!

By becoming a more contributive and active member.
Certain privileges only become active after a certain number of posts to avoid bot accounts from spamming our members (and other botty/spammy things).
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  11 November 2012
Thanks for clearing that up Raffaele. Ill stay off the support forum now .
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  11 November 2012
No reason to if you read something and you think you can help.
If someone is looking for official answers they should be discerning enough to notice the tags that point out who's a user, who's a mod, and who's an admin (and admins are really the only voice you can consider official, mods are all volounteers with different levels of involvment).
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  11 November 2012
Originally Posted by ThE_JacO: No subforum on these boards is appropriate to ask for freebies.
If you decide to start a collaborative project beyond just asking people for stuff though, then the collab forums.


By becoming a more contributive and active member.
Certain privileges only become active after a certain number of posts to avoid bot accounts from spamming our members (and other botty/spammy things).


Nobody is asking anything for free. I'll check out the collab forum though thanks!

Forgot to add thanks AJ for the info'

Last edited by Abiyad : 11 November 2012 at 07:24 AM.
 
  11 November 2012
I wasn't implying you were Nor there would be anything wrong in doing so if we had an appropriate section and the interest to cater to that crowd, asking isn't putting a gun to anybody's head to give

I was just saying, if you were, we have no real place for freebie requests, there might be more suitable ones, but if you are thinking of collaborating with someone to a further extent/involvement, then we do in the collab forums.

On a related note, if it's paid for work then it'd be in the CG Jobs section, but I'm not sure they are a free for all right now, you might need membership.

Happy partner hunting.
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