Why do you assume that I wouldn’t give away some of the models I sell on Turbosquid in the model pack? Two different worlds. I already give some of them away, and yet I still sell them…odd assumption.
If you did get a few nice models from the pack, and you did want to to use them in your game, why would you have a problem crediting me? That’s just odd. In Ayleth, I credit every single contributor, even those who contributed indirectly (models etc not made specifically for the game). For example, Dim (some plants), Martinsh (torch flame, sunrise and set)
Why would you say “Who knows if you’ll actually finish the game?” What horrible thing would happen if you paid the $2 , got 10 nice models, a few demos, but lost the ability to get the discount?
No, not $50. I am not Oblivion or a commercial game developer. Maybe $25. Not $10. I sell $18 dollar models on Turbosquid 10 times per month at least. Assuming someone is willing to pay $18 for a chair, I’ve got to conclude that they’d be willing to spend $25 on an entire game, 300 models, scripts, music, textures etc…Assuming we did finish the game, you’d save $1.
This thread is really targeted at those who have a previous interest in Ayleth, not those who have never heard of it or don’t care either way. I assume uninterested people wouldn’t pay the $2.
I’ve simply offered the idea that the several people who have asked for demos and models many times in the thread would be able to get some game content, and support the developers, who will each make about 50 cents per 2 dollar purchase.
I sense that you are offended by the fact that I’m asking for $2. Why is that, I wonder? Should all blender content be free?