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Old 14-11-2002, 09:51 AM   #16
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BulletProof after seeing your stuff simplymaya would be happy to host your site ether as your own domain or a sub-set of ours let me know if you need ne help with hosting.

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Old 14-11-2002, 12:20 PM   #17
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yeh can i work under 18 aswell
im getting better
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i agree with adl, we shud start our own company cos we know what each others capable of
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Im up for joining a company if we all wanted to start one=)

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Old 14-11-2002, 09:29 PM   #20
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LOL we did and called it simplymaya
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www.frd.co.uk (Free Radical Design) is looking for people to join up with them. They make video games for the Nintendo GameCube, X-Box, and the Playstation 2. Free Radical is a band of people who originally worked for a company called RARE. RARE is responcible for Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, Banjo-Kazooie, and all of the Donkey Kong games. DK and Goldeneye were million sellers. Unfortuanantly, Microsoft bought 49% of RARE's stock, so Nintendo doesn't own them anymore. This could be the reason why Ken Lobb and the rest of them made their own company. Free Radical has only created two games so far since they are only starting out - Time Splitters 1 and 2. Apparently, they are in great need of a 3D texturing guy at this time. If you want to join a fast-growing company, this is deffinently worth a look. I plan to apply for a job here when I have the experience needed.
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Of course I'm interested...

Here's the link to my site, just in case you missed it down there by my signature. BRAINSWELL. That has examples of my work.

My email is davebaer@bellsouth.net
That's the best way to contact me besides by phone, which I will not post here cause I don't want all of you stalkers out there crank yankin' me.

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i'm in!!!! A|W's callin', and i am coming
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