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Originally Posted by Corsaronero333Thank you so much for the nomination, shame about the mod is still a work in progress
Originally Posted by ChaosDefinesOrderQuote:Originally Posted by Corsaronero333Thank you so much for the nomination, shame about the mod is still a work in progress
Probably a good thing; IIRC, completed mods are not eligible for MotM ;-)
Originally Posted by Maki roleOh well, great entries as usual. Bit of a shame that thanks to the finish date I won't be able to make it into a MotM this year :(
Not sure who I'll be voting for, will have to choose carefully.
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogSeems backwards to me. To have Mod Of The 'Month' that actually has no relative connection to an actual month, as it isn't when it started, nor does it relate to the month it completed. It's just a random selection. So for me, MOTM should be for completed builds that completed the month before and then entered to MOTM the following month, with the 'Modding Update' being a rolling feature for works in progress. This way, works in progress could be featured several times throughout their creation as they come together, where as featuring the same project multiple times in MOTM causes contention.
Originally Posted by CombatusHi Maki. Is that for Flight case? I did look at it on my rounds this month but it didn't look quite progessed enough compared to the other projects this month. Maybe hold off completing it till early October and you might be surprised ;)
Originally Posted by SnipsSorry guys, very good efforts indeed but unfortunately this one gets my vote:
Originally Posted by Maki roleSome projects go on for years, if they get featured say in the first 3 months of progress, then it's a bit of a shame, the rig could potentially have been 10x more exciting closer to the end.
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