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PROFESSIONAL LEVEL BANNER NEEDED!

 

Requirement: An animated banner that exemplifies 'Work In Progress'.

 

The actual display of elements of Modeling, Rigging, Animating, Lighting and Texturing is encouraged but not required.

No sound will be utilized.

 

Type of work: Web banner

When required: ASAP (No one wants to stare at something that I create for the forum all of the time)

Payment: You will have gained the respect and admiration of those who frequent the WIP section of this site:

Email Address: rodney.baker@gmail.com

Content Restrictions: Nothing X rated will likely be considered but an Xray effect would be rather nice.

 

Disclaimer: All communication between employers and potential employees is required to occur via private email, phone, or other communicaiton outside of the Hash forums. Heck that's the rule we gotta live by... I didn't write it. The only exception is if you cannot contact me. Then you can post a message and I'll eventually find it. This posting reportedly will disappear after a set time frame. A notice will be posted when the position is filled are if no longer required... alright?

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PROFESSIONAL LEVEL BANNER NEEDED!

 

Payment: You will have gained the respect and admiration of those who frequent the WIP section of this site:

?

 

 

This doesn´t belong into the jobboard, since it`s not payd work.

 

Offer at least 50,-$ or something, else you are giving a negative example here.

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Ah... but this is why I'm testing this thing out.

We are learning here.

 

It is now my understanding that my request does fit into the Jobs Board criteria but just not this particular subforum.

I have been confused by the Jobs Board's forum titles since it was first set up.

Can you clarify?

 

If moved to Collaborative Projects would everything be alright?

That is what I get from reading this guidance:

 

General Guidelines:

1. Post your requirements:

a: Modeller/Rigger/Animator/Lighting/Texturing/Sound/etc.

b: Type of work

c: Approx. timeframes (When you need it done, how long will the project last)

d: Compensation (credits, share in profits, pizza, bartering, what have you)

 

If I don't understand how this works then... well... perhaps you get the idea.

 

 

Edit: This listing moved to Collaborative Projects.

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Requirement: An animated banner that exemplifies 'Work In Progress'.

 

Dimensions?

Maximum file size?

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Dimensions?

Maximum file size?

 

This is certainly negotiable as it will set the standard for the size and quality of all other banners that follow.

 

Here is the current (unoptimized) banner size:

post-1010-1298941364.gif

 

Note that the format must be .gif as no other format (with the possible exception of .swf which is not preferred) will allow the banner to properly cycle.

 

An example of what a very generic banner might look like would be hundreds of differently sized gears turning with space, with the words "Work In Progress" in the center of the image and pushed slightly back inside. An ideal image of this type might have the logo and gears interact with each other.

 

The minimum number of frames would be four to five.

 

Limiting the color pallet to a minimum will bring the filesize down to a web-friendly viewable and manageable. Filesize should to the greatest extent possible have no delay in the webpage loading and should appear immediately to the audience. Optimum filesize: Less than 50kb.

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Can a .swf work?

 

I'm sure it could but it might be harder to replace with new art. Not all A:M users have access to such stuff.

If using .swf I'd consider that a higher level development (with mouseover buttons, interactive menus and such).

 

In other words. I could be convinced.

Worse case scenario the .swf could easily be downgraded to gif.

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