Nate. You must stop flaming. And double posting. I know it's me talking on my own shop, but the point is you must stop now. You have a warning of 5%. Stop or it'll get larger like mine, when I posted three quotes, unaware of how to make it one. Those are the rules. Stop now.
... No, you got a warning for flaming Jack. Keep it up and the warning gets bigger. Once its too big, your banned. Ok, what the hell. Is this whole shop going to be filled with everone ticking off Nate? Let's leave this place alone unless something is to be bought.
Post by Fringe Pioneer on Jan 7, 2012 19:48:19 GMT
The next person who dares to post without buying anything from this shop, Jackamole and triumvirs excluded, will receive a 20% warning. This has gone on for long enough that I'm confident that one fifth of the amount to the next ban is well justified.
Jackamole, just for the sake of giving you your first order, I would like to purchase a logo for 100 Dan-Balls. Yes, I realize that it's more than your 80 Dan-Ball maximum, but consider the extra 20 Dan-Balls as payment for the intolerable suffering. You can either make a Dan-Ball style replica of the Imperial insignia from Star Wars, or you can attempt to draw a square head Player in a grey helmet shooting at something that isn't shown in the logo, next to the initials "GV" in a primarily grey color scheme. If you have any further questions about the details of the logo request, please feel free to ask them in your shop or in a private message. Thank you...
Post by Fringe Pioneer on Jan 8, 2012 20:53:19 GMT
If you're making the Imperial insignia, then make it 100 high by 100 wide. If you're making the Player with a helmet shooting at something with the letters "GV" next to him, then make it 50 high by 100 wide. If you're working on the logo with the Player in it, you are permitted a 25 pixel tolerance in either positive dimension or a negative 25 pixel tolerance in width, if necessary. If you're working on the Imperial insignia, then you are permitted a positive and negative 50 pixel tolerance in both directions, so long as the dimensions are square...