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FPSC Classic Models and Media / [STICKY] Publish your models in the new TGC Store!

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RickV
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Posted: 28th Mar 2008 18:40
Hi Braden713, send me screen shots of your models. Then if they look good enough we'll get you signed up to the store. You as an artist do the uploading. Yes that email address is correct.

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Unknown Truth
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Posted: 29th Mar 2008 02:24
Hi, can you upload guns too? If you can, can I get signed up for the store. Here is some sample work.

Jesse

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Satchmo
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Posted: 29th Mar 2008 03:33
I'd reccomend working on your hands/arms.

Luke314pi
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Posted: 29th Mar 2008 04:05
Unknown Truth you have to e-mail screenshots to Rick.

Cyborg ART
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Posted: 29th Mar 2008 10:43
Rick, I have sent you an email.

Opposing force
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Posted: 29th Mar 2008 13:27
Unknown Truth, the hands and gun look fine you just need to change the sleeve model, it's getting in the way a bit.

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Flatlander
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Posted: 30th Mar 2008 21:51
People, remember, if the cost is too inflated, then it may not be purchased. From what I have seen of TGC, they have always been fair. Of course they are in business for profit to put food on their table and roof over their heads but probably a lot of the 50% is eaten up by overhead. That means they will have to sell a lot of product and it appears to me they are confident they will be able to do so. If anyone has read the first post, they apparently will probably do some advertising in order to attract game developers who use other game development products. Even FPSC ready products (except maybe animated bipeds and quadpeds) can be used in other games.

I for one am very glad to see this happening. It will make my life, a non-graphic artist, a lot easier. It's very difficult to find someone here in town do some reasonably priced custom work.

More kudos to all at TGC. Have another round on me.
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Posted: 1st Apr 2008 00:44
Wow can't wait. Good job guys!

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The Proost
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Posted: 1st Apr 2008 01:45
nice idea! I hope there will be a clear advice if the models are X9 or X10...
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Posted: 1st Apr 2008 18:08 Edited at: 1st Apr 2008 18:13
Quote: "there will be a clear advice if the models are X9 or X10... "

there should be. I do think it is a great idea and it should work well. Oh yeah can i have a brownie point? I did kinda have the idea though i didn't elaborate on it but i did email him.[href]http://forum.thegamecreators.com/?m=forum_view&t=109254&b=26 [/href]
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Posted: 1st Apr 2008 23:06
I can confirm that yes, the store tells you if the item is compatible with X9 or X10.

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Posted: 1st Apr 2008 23:14
Important question:

are you allowed to use stock media models for your work... i might do some signs and stuff using the stock media models from existing signs

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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 00:30
RickV
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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 10:40
Game Creator Store was my idea! It's the first time I have seen your forum thread. The idea came from a mix of knowing that packs were never the ideal solution and mixing that with how iTunes works.

Rick

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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 14:06
when will this be re4ady and can any moddler use this to sell ther models

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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 17:26 Edited at: 2nd Apr 2008 17:30
Quote: "Game Creator Store was my idea!"

lol

I thought that was my idea.
That's right, I'm thinking of the star wars defense plan, nevermind.


Quote: "when will this be re4ady"

Soon

Didn't you say around mid-April Rick?

If it is on schedule, then we should see it in the next couple of weeks.

It doesn't matter really if it is a little later than initially expected, because it will definitly be worth the wait.

Have you guys seen the Model Pack 18 thread and the new characters from Bond1 that will be in the store?

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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 18:47
Peter gee anyone who passes the entrance exam and agrees to the terms can sell their models. You have to send screenshots to Rick.

Luciferia
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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 19:18
I don't really suppose it matters either way. Good luck with it!
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Posted: 2nd Apr 2008 20:24
Wow nice Rick. What an idea. A La Carte


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ok i am away on holiday right now but when i get back i will send you some screen shots

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Sweet Peter!


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Posted: 5th Apr 2008 16:24
can you post games in the store?
Toasty Fresh
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Posted: 6th Apr 2008 08:43
Could you sell non entity/segment things such as, say muzzleflashes?

Also, if you are selling your model elsewhere, could you raise the price if you take it off the market, then put it on the store?

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Posted: 8th Apr 2008 12:27
I can't see the images, but I have another question.

I have content almost ready to upload, I just have to test it in FPSC. How do I start my own seller account?
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Posted: 9th Apr 2008 02:59
its still in beta so they are trying to get some models in it before they actually release it

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Quote: "models in it before they actually release it
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they arent gonna release the seller accounts for anyone, only a select few.

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Posted: 9th Apr 2008 16:55
If you want to sell your stuff you need to send a samplescreenshot of your models to RickV.
And if he accepts you as a seller you will get upgraded to seller in the shop.

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Posted: 10th Apr 2008 23:36
Hey Rick, say I got one of my models in the TGC store, could I have some of my profit in TGC store points? Say I made a chair for 50 points: could I have 10 cents in TGC points and 15 in real money? Or just one model that gives me TGC points and one that gives me real money? This could save me a lot of time on both sides. This would also make TGC more money as the points are just virtual and you guys would make money quicker this way.
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i am just going to say but what if we dont want to sell models but use it as a source to get them...

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Um exactly...

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I would like this idea if we could get points instead of cash for our models. That way I could sell something and buy something like trading. It would be VERY handy if thats possible!

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Posted: 17th Apr 2008 20:58
You can't sell stuff unless you are a modeler for the store, only a select few are. And the points cost money to get.
Quote: "I would like this idea if we could get points instead of cash for our models. That way I could sell something and buy something like trading. It would be VERY handy if thats possible!
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RickV
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Posted: 18th Apr 2008 00:52
Update - the store now has 600 items uploaded into it and the number of publishers is 14 with more planning to sign up.

We just have a few issues to sort and then we will test it with some trusted colleagues.

So hopefully we are not too far away from going live!

Here's a pic of what it looks like today.

Rick

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puppyofkosh
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Posted: 18th Apr 2008 14:10
Nice! Cannot wait for it to open.

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Hey, i dont see darly on there(Chease cake...)...
Shame, anyway its looking good, its like turbo squid tentacles...
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Posted: 18th Apr 2008 22:35
@RickV

I'm under 16, so I can't make an account, but my parents agreed to sign permission, is this allowed?

Also, I'd like to make models for the store, but as I can't have a Paypal account, can you give me the profits in TGC store points?


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Quote: "Update - the store now has 600 items uploaded into it and the number of publishers is 14 with more planning to sign up."

For me it says 601, and that after I jsut uploaded 3 models
But it is good to hear that the shop soon will be released, me myslef think it is a easy to use tool to get exactly what you want.

Quote: "I'm under 16, so I can't make an account, but my parents agreed to sign permission, is this allowed?"


Worked for me

Quote: "Also, I'd like to make models for the store, but as I can't have a Paypal account, can you give me the profits in TGC store points?"


Its free to set up a paypal account.

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congratulations!!
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Hungry for more screenshots...

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@BVG

But being <16, I can't make a Paypal account because I don't have a credit card number I can use.....

You do need credit cards for Paypal, right?


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No, you only need a credit card when you withdraw the money. But you can use the money in your account to but anything online that accepts paypal.



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Nice, I think I'll make one now then.......


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It's a debit card. With a credit card, you're paying for something with the bank's money which they give to you on "credit". A debit card uses your own money straight from your bank account.

Coffee grunt, you can still have a Paypal account. When you come round to taking money out from your Paypal account you do so by "adding a bank account". Ask your parents if you can add their bank details to your paypal account then you can use that for taking your money out. Or, you can leave the money in your Paypal account and spend it online.

When you're 16, join a bank and they will give you a debit card to use and so on.

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@Opposing Force

Ok, I'm gonna spend the money I get on FPSC stuff anyway....


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Quote: "Coffee grunt, you can still have a Paypal account. When you come round to taking money out from your Paypal account you do so by "adding a bank account". Ask your parents if you can add their bank details to your paypal account then you can use that for taking your money out. Or, you can leave the money in your Paypal account and spend it online.

When you're 16, join a bank and they will give you a debit card to use and so on."


Does paypal accept debit, if so can I withdraw money into my bank account through a debit card?


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Posted: 20th Apr 2008 10:31
i dont see a comment of items X9 or X10!!! pffff.... And i see a lot of X9 pack stuff! And only 3 packs have X10 support... I just dont get it X9 is outdated, and X10 is SUPERB! Why wasting time on X9?(2005!)
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Posted: 20th Apr 2008 11:01
Quote: "Does paypal accept debit, if so can I withdraw money into my bank account through a debit card?"


yup, that's what I do. As long as you have a bank account everything should be fine.

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Quote: "X9 is outdated"


*Whacks across head* Never say things like that.

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Posted: 20th Apr 2008 16:11
Quote: "I just dont get it X9 is outdated"


Because it dosen't make sense to develop for X10 yet since very few people can run games made with it.

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hey, has the store oppened yet? Im sure i missed it...

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