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Project Naming Conventions for Animation

This is a guide for naming conventions for group projects. Of course, this guide is of no use if you use some sort of version control software. But as this is not always possible or even desired, here is an alternative. Read the rest of this entry »

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Khalas Viruset

HOW TO NOT GET VIRUSES ANYMORE, EVER, EVER

Ok people it's really easy
Really really easy.
Reaaaaaaaaaally easy.
in fact, an antivirus shouldn't protect you from viruses. You don't really need an antivirus. You need it only as a double-backup. The first check should be your brain. Anyway, to tell you the truth, most virus threats, your antivirus cannot protect you from them, because: Read the rest of this entry »

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Everything You always Wanted to Know About Format (but were afraid to ask)

Introduction

Hello, welcome to Xannax's Tutorial for Formatting your PC. This is a handy tutorial for people that do not understand how a format is done, what it is for, and so on. It is intended as a knowledge base as well as a guide. It will probably not help anyone who is a veteran of windows, but hopefully, it will be a lifesaver to lots of people. Read the rest of this entry »

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Yelostudio's Scenario Guide

Intro

In case you want to know more, read this, or else, bypass and jump to the "characters" chapter.

I am not trying to teach how to write a story. Many people, more skilled than me, have written books, essays, and are giving classes about scenarios at this very moment, while you are reading this. I am not much of a theory person. What I truly think about scenario is that anyone could write one. In fact, I think your average illiterate guy has probably a better shot at storytelling than you. If you tell him a story, he will say right away if it is boring or if he wants to know more. Our problem, us storytellers, whether we are movie makers, writers or comic books artists, is that we think too much. We have too much theories, categories and names for everything. However, we cannot go back. Once you know, you know. But when I get stuck while writing a story, which happens more or less every time I must come up with a story, I find that after all theories can help. Read the rest of this entry »

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Notes on Punctuation

Here are a few notes about punctuation. This article can end many many long pointless conversations, so keep it at hand. I have not written a single line in this article. It is all copy-pasted from other sources I cannot quite recall right now.

1. Comma splices (commas used incorrectly between two complete sentences or main clauses, as in I just love those commas, they’re so much fun; instead use periods, semicolons, dashes, or conjunctions between complete sentences); especially with: Read the rest of this entry »

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Notes on Writing a Business Letter

Those are collected bits on how to write a proper business letter. I am going to post them here once and for all. It might come in handy.

Business Letters (in the United States) usually contain the following information (in this order): Read the rest of this entry »

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