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Lucille last won the day on October 16 2018

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  1. No worries! The same to you @Pepper-Head! ❤️
  2. @Pepper-HeadI've already paid him in full, so there is no balance left now. When there was $300 balance left he refused to release the code until I paid him what was owed. Then, come to find out it wasn't even finished so he held it hostage, I pressed for an emergency fundraiser, got everyone hyped up, and he disappeared and left me with, pardon my language here, but half-assed work is the only way to put it. Like you, I do want to be understanding and not harsh, but agree none of this is okay. I'm so sorry so many people were left holding the bag.
  3. Hello all! It's been a while since I was around or posted. I had been feeling so burned out on my site, but recently found new inspiration and we seem to be gaining steam again. Previously known as Origins, Faenaria is a site focused on avatars, RPG, and pets. We are currently working to bring our lore to life as well as integrating pets into our avatar system. There have been a lot of recent updates, some new spooky items released for our avatars, and an influx of new members! If you're looking for somewhere to hang out, dress a pretty avatar, or (coming soon) follow a bad ass story, then check out Faenaria! We've definitely got something for you! Join Faenaria
  4. Still nothing from him. I've filed disputes with Paypal for $1200 worth of programming that has not been finished. When I started to look over the code and had another programmer look over it, I discovered there were several things not finished and that none of the changes to our avatar system are currently compatible with our existing admin panel. So far I've paid $100 to another programmer to have them just BEGIN to get the code finished. I'm so frustrated. Because I will admit, I owed him $300 and he said the work was done, but he wasn't going to release any of the changes until he was fully paid. So I put together a fundraiser and got him the remaining balance. Then, instead of finishing the work, he disappeared. I'm so frustrated and so done with this. My hope is that I'll be able to escalate the dispute to a claim, Paypal will refund me, and I'll be able to pay to have the work finished and made live. If I hear from him though, through this process, I will let everyone know.
  5. I last heard from him in June as well.
  6. Ah! Why do I have to be broke?! Good luck with commissions! ❤️
  7. EDITED Paul has contacted me and we are working things out!
  8. If I weren't flat broke I'd definitely commission you. I looove your work! ❤️
  9. I know this is a veeerry old thread, but I wanted to chime in here about Kickstarters and perhaps lend a little advice to anyone considering going that route for funding. Developing a pet site is very expensive. Unless you get lucky and have the artistic skills, the programming knowledge, etc. and can do it all yourself at your own pace, you're looking at a ton of money for assets. Kickstarters are a great way to go in helping with that, but in my own personal experience, a successful Kickstarter does not always mean a successful pet site. When I first read about what was happening with Evocality and saw that they'd raised so much money, I said to myself, "if I had that much cash, it would easily be enough to finish my game!" Not long later I put together my own Kickstarter and was thrilled to have exceeded the amount we needed by a small portion. I was very careful, I made a budget and stuck to it, and sadly, my game is still in development. I can definitely relate to everything Leef has said. I've been struggling in my personal life and feeling incredibly burned out on my game. If it weren't for a couple friends who have been helping me stick to it (it still amazes me how many people love my game sometimes), I'd have long since given up. Thankfully, though our progress is very slow, we're still pushing forward and I hope someday we'll reach the finish line! So, my advice... Kickstarter isn't everything. Be realistic, don't rely on hope. Be prepared for failure. When it happens, rally to those who believe in your dream, too, and let them assuage your doubts. @Leef... I'm glad to see you around again. I know it's never easy to speak up when people are upset with you. And I wish you the best, should you decide someday to pick up the pieces of Evocality. My inbox is always open to you.
  10. Just want to throw in a good word for dracula! I love working with him. His work is very creative and well done, he's a good communicator and he's always delivered when he says he will. I've hired him several times and will continue hiring him.
  11. Oh yeah! For sure! And thank you n.n
  12. Oh a friendly face! It took me a second, but I remember you. ;) Anoua, it's coming very slowly. I was out of work all summer (blehhh) and had so much personal crap going on that things got behind. We're trying to push forward though!
  13. I play some, but am down to a few. I'm developing my own pet site, Origins.
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