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    got myself a peri peri chicken sandwich and a cinamon whirl, want fudge, cookies and donuts, will the call of the sugar darkside never subside?
    Back on track nice one Rich.

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    Yep cheers rich, now I just need to get some work to a point worth showing. Marty, did you want to see any more test builds yet, or do you want to wait for it to look like a proper game?
    Come speak to us on the Unofficial T2G IRC channel

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    Rich has kindly offered hosting to Train2Game Students and i have begun to build my portfolio website which is www.ManorUK.co.uk so big thankyou to Rich for helping here in hosting the website...

    if anyone interested in building a personal portfolio webby ready to show potential employers then get in touch Rich

    Many thanks once again buddy


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    Quote Originally Posted by yaustar View Post
    A bit late but this is worth reading: http://spreetree.net/blog/?cat=22

    "The Elusive Demo Portfolio"
    Added to the original post, and credited.


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    hahaha awesome post, yaus!

    Wow...risks sometimes have their rewards

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    Just added a link to a list of Photoshop tutorials for creating some website templates.

    For those who have Photoshop, the tutorials might either give you ideas on what type of site (template) you'd like for your own portfolio, help you to create one you already have in mind. For those without, the templates can still give you some inspiration

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    Thank you I've been asking and worrying about this for ages now. I could not thank you enough for this

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    i would like to message upon Rich's successful portfolio website, i personally use it and i find it very simple to use and looks very professional. Rich is an amazing guy who will help you whenever you get stuck, doesn't happen alot but still a great bonus when you look at the marketed portfolio websites and you have to wait forever to get any assisstance.

    http://portfolios.games-dev.co.uk/da...y.php?do=setup This is my portfolio as of now if you would like to see what kind of things you are able to accomplish with Rich's portfolio website.

    Be gentle on the critisism, i haven't been able to do much on it yet.
    Unity3D curious

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