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21st November 2003, 19:15
This is my site, Rendering Rapture (would like it to be renderingrapture.com, but I cant be bothered to pay, due to a serious lack of funds). Anyways, just wondering what you all think.
Coomments and critiques are most definately welcome, but dont just say "needs work" or some such, please dont do that. I have heard it enough already. Actually tell me what you find wrong, and if you could, how you would change it.
Well, thats that then. Enjoy! :D
22nd November 2003, 19:45
Very nice, I like the simplistic design, but the Times New Roman font bothers me greatly. Just changing the font would make the whole site look a lot better, and you have some nice artwork, I like it.
(And I'm a hardass art critic)
My crappy works of crapness can be found at
do excuse the goddessgabbi name, I didn't make it originally, a friend of mine did for me, and they chose the username, so boo.
23rd November 2003, 05:26
Trying to draw attention away from my site with yours eh? :p
I like your art. The phrase "I am not a slave to a God that does not exist" particularily interests me. Are you an atheist per chance?
And thanks for the tip on the font, I'll pick a better one.
23rd November 2003, 05:28
No, I'm not.
Look at my sig, 'Happily Wiccan/Agnostic/Reincarnationist.'
And I wasn't attempting to draw attention from you at all. ^_^ Sorry if it seemed like that.
And that line's from a song, which I kind of sympathize with, after having countless religions shoved down my throat.
23rd November 2003, 05:55
That's some pretty cool artwork. :up: Good use of frames.
23rd November 2003, 19:06
Thanks. When I get around to it I am going to have thumbnails where the name of the picture is, and I hope to add many more of them. Now if only if I had easy access to a scanner...
23rd November 2003, 19:53
I'm in that same situation, I don't have a scanner either, I have to walk 10 blocks every time I wanna go scan!
24th November 2003, 02:18
Nat_Roy: I remember looking at this site a few months ago.. I recall that on 800*600, the columns are really quite squished and narrow. Now I'm running 1024*768, and it's fine, but if you want 800*600 people to check it out, you may want to address that. =)
Nice artwork, too. =D
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