"St." <dot### [at] dotcom> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> "Greg M. Johnson" <pte### [at] thecommononethatstartswithYcom> wrote in
> message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > I personally think LOOONNG contest rounds may discourage some who may
> > looking bad in comparison to someone who has the time to put in a full
> > months of evenings into a project.
> I disagree with that Greg. We all know how hard it is to even
> complete a still image, let alone an animation. I think when new people
> the quality that will be involved, they will be glad of the 4 months to at
> least get something done. That's the challenge.
> > I wouldda moved us to 2.
> I understand Markus' earlier point about this in another thread. Two
> months is just too short to produce quality, and quality is definately
> what's needed to get those newbies interested. I think they'll be glad to
> have four months.
> And anyway, who's to say that there won't be a 'one week' or 'one
> animation challenge too? ;)
Yes --- 4 months is perfect, especially for people that work 1 or 2 hours a
on them. And again, sorry Markus, I lost steam.....Working on coo-coo for 2
months <my first entry to irtc> only to find out I submitted to a closed web
Very frustrating..............Steve, I am working on the Black Robe. It will
to see the web page ----- I am looking forward to participating in
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