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Old 03-18-2013, 09:49 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Horganovski
I've experienced it myself just the other day, someone sent me a message pretty much demanding that I create a tutorial teaching them facial rigging. When I replied, apologizing that I don't have time to make such a tutorial right now since it's a pretty big subject and that I would recommend a book called Stop Staring (I included an Amazon link) their only response was to say 'yeah, I already have that book' and to start asking completely different questions on other subjects without a word of thanks.

haha...I get these kind of messages too. I really can not understand what People are thinking. If in reallife someone would talk like that to me I would consider him to be loco.

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Old 03-18-2013, 10:03 PM   #62
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"But some people seem to have little gratitude..."

Hmm. Obviously I have not explained myself clearly enough. So once again,

I am not demanding that anyone shall help me. I am only asking that you stop pretending that you do.

Just to be 100% clear and avoid all misunderstanding.
We all are better off without intellectual hypocrisy.
Old 03-18-2013, 10:54 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by vintorix
I am only asking that you stop pretending that you do.
....We all are better off without intellectual hypocrisy.

Who was pretending to help you or being hypocritical though? The OP here made a tutorial showing people a workflow for working between two different applications, assuming I guess that most people here would have a pretty good handle on at least one of them (C4D since it's a C4D forum). He didn't go into the minutiae of everything he did, partly I'd guess because it was not relevant to what he was demonstrating and partly I imagine because it would have made the tutorial several times longer and would likely have been boring for the average viewer here.

So why is he at fault because he didn't accommodate your specific skill/knowledge level or cover in great detail the things you want to learn? Should he have assumed that there's no point making any kind of tutorial unless you cater to absolutely everyone who might view it? That makes no sense to me.

Old 03-18-2013, 11:08 PM   #64
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"That makes no sense to me"

This is my last post in this subject. Sorry for that but I will not risk a reprimand from the moderators. I've read through what I have said and it represent my views pretty well. If you think I am talking nonsense it is your privilege to think so.
Old 03-19-2013, 10:34 AM   #65
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Originally Posted by vintorix

This is my last post in this subject.

Yes, please.
Old 03-19-2013, 01:49 PM   #66
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Thanks, i'll consider this closed then, unless you want me to close the thread itself.
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