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Rose Graphics
#11
Top pull off a graphics site you need a really nice unique theme and really nice graphics and I am sorry but I don't see either.

Not to mention that you don't have any original content and I see nothing different from any other graphics site.

As killy said a domain isn't everything but having a top level domain such as a .com does go a long way as it lets people know that you care enough about your site to invest $9. I am not saying you don't care about your site but this is the way people see it.

Here is a good example of a graphics community http://setsoudesign.com/forum/
#12
(2009-08-10, 07:33 AM)TimB. Wrote: Top pull off a graphics site you need a really nice unique theme and really nice graphics and I am sorry but I don't see either.

Basically that. Show your dedicated and have some talent Wink.
#13
A man walked into an interview for a job at a bank wearing a dirty t-shirt and blue jeans covered in paint. The manager, shocked, said, "What ... why are you wearing that to this interview!?"

The man replied, "Oh, I don't want to invest in a suit unless I know I will get the job."
#14
Toungue That's pretty good. Have you seen The Pursuit of Happiness though?
#15
(2009-08-10, 09:24 AM)NetSage Wrote: Toungue That's pretty good. Have you seen The Pursuit of Happiness though?

no but i know what it is

ANYWAY IT'S JUST AN ANALOGY. the best way to achieve success is to act like you're already successful
#16
I know. I was just giving the one situation I can think of. You should see the movie though it's good Wink.
#17
(2009-08-10, 07:33 AM)TimB. Wrote: Here is a good example of a graphics community http://setsoudesign.com/forum/

Lol, I'm thinking maybe I should go back to Setsou, who knows. xD

But yeah, to have a community, no matter if it's new or not, you will have to spend some money.

Also...the theme doesn't really shout creative graphics. A good custom made theme would serve some justice.
#18
To be honest, maybe Raven needs to accept her graphics ability isn't up to this.
#19
Keep practicing your graphic skills... Giving up wont make you any better Smile
#20
(2009-08-12, 08:39 PM)kruzzen Wrote: Keep practicing your graphic skills... Giving up wont make you any better Smile

I agree, accepting limitations does nothing for you in the longrun.
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