This the morgue for projects that floundered too long without any real progress. Let is serve as an example of what could happen to even the greatest of ideas if everyone doesn't stay involved.
This one seemed like it had the most steam of any project.
It was fun and it was a great learning experience for me because it was my first jam. Maybe someone will finish it up eventually. Great job everyone.
Xadrian could you put my page 3 inks on there. I think that is the only thing missing. I was going to take down my Indy stuff to free up some space. Here's the link
Page 3 inks
Yeah , if this project had the most steam, I weep for the forum in general.
hey, I posted the inks to page 5 ages ago.
not that, you know... it matters now...
Yeah, I must have missed those. Sorry about that.
Still, I hope everyone understands, this started in November of last year. It was 8 pages and we couldn't do it in less than 10 months. That's just sick. I'm not blaming anyone, and I'm just as sad to shut it down, but I tire of constantly trying to revitalize a project that turns out an update every couple weeks.
Going forward, I'll definitely be closing things down earlier if I sense they are floundering. It's both incentive and a warning for those projects that start after this. Get it done soon.
By the end of this month I'd like to start another jam, but I'll have more details later.
Patiently awaiting next jam.
I'll agree to that up to a point. While everyone strives for quality in all their endeavors, these projects by nature are disposable. They're for fun and exercise. And they're only a couple of pages, so you can't be as prolific as you might like.
However, in the end that's why people should be able to pitch in on projects. It's a learning process we haven't quite got nailed down yet. And member input is always welcome.