sticker minions "crew" should produce a huge collab together. i'd order it, in fact, seeing as how much past sticker minion printing projects failed. of course funds would help...but designs would be the factor(?).
im gonna talk for myself as a noob and not for the others.
coming into this scene i was like wow this is a really awesome scene to be involved in so i jumped in both boots...but soon realised that its a shit load of work once you in it...and yes i have slipped and stopped creating stickers for a while because theres just so much effort involved...and i think thats why the scene is so stail now...a bunch of lazy new fuckers rolling in and wanting a part of something they know nothing about...but yes i'm still around, sorry to dissapoint
I'm a noob myself so its hard to say but when i look at it i see lots of toys doing trades and sending nothing back not putting anything up and pissing alot of good traders off to the point of quitting thats how it is in almost everything in life tho newbies will come rollin in every few months some will quit a few months later an some will stick around i think the sticker movement definitely needs a line of coke or somethin to get moving again
Post by propertea1 on Jul 16, 2008 18:13:26 GMT -8
the good people have to start laying down the law and not trading with noobs unless they send packs first. Also people need to be much harsher to people who suck. if they're dedicated then they'll improve and if not, then its one less toy.
Post by deafeningtone on Jul 16, 2008 20:58:41 GMT -8
toys need to learn to take their crits. too many biters. I've tried helping some toys out and its very difficult. I know I'm a noob and most of you have been in the scene longer than me, but I think I've put in some good time to develop a style. I love the idea of the adhesive movement but I don't really like the direction its headed in. Some people are in it for the right reason, but it seems most of these kids are in it just to collect as many stickers as they can by putting in minimal effort. A good example is Huke (no offense). From what I've seen, he does all marker tags on stickers and a few vinyls with plain block letters. The stickers aren't' bad, but I'm not gonna send a pack of nice, coloured handdrawns for a pack of tags that took like 5 minutes to do. Grat is right, we all need a fat line of coke.