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  1. TheFattestSnorlax
    November 24th, 2012 7:52 PM
    Well, we have talked before, haven't we? I'm sorry about that.

    Maybe it's becuase I suck at making friends.
  2. Oryx
    November 24th, 2012 7:46 PM
    It's rude to ask people to donate for you, especially if you aren't friends with them.
  3. TheFattestSnorlax
    November 24th, 2012 7:41 PM
    I know this might be a little crazy, but can you please donate to me?

    Hikari10's supportership is drving me crazy.
  4. Oryx
    September 28th, 2011 3:41 PM
    Hiroshi Sotomura is the main style-maker, although there are various other people that make styles. You could check announcements for the announcement of each new one, I believe it would show the creator.
  5. TheFattestSnorlax
    September 28th, 2011 2:46 PM
    Ok, thanks for the advice.
    Do you know anybody that has made a style in this forum so far?
  6. Oryx
    September 27th, 2011 3:33 PM
    Hey, I thought I'd let you know more about styles since you seem interested but not too informed on the logistics.

    Not every mod can make a style. In fact, less than 10 non-admins have been involved in style-making at PC as far as I know. The Stunfisk style, as a collaboration between Forever and Kip, took them quite a bit of time, and that was something that they were both dedicated to because they wanted to make it. That's generally how styles go - someone who has the ability to make a style works on it because they want to make a particular style, not because someone else asked them to. Because it's a ton of work - Every single graphic has to be made, everything has to fit in the right place, etc.

    That's why, at least as far as I see it, trying to force style-makers to make themes based off of "popular" Pokemon on a certain time schedule isn't realistic in the slightest, lol. Most mods (myself included) probably don't even know how to make a style, so it would be up to the few mods/admins that do, and it would turn style-making into something really unfun for them, a job instead of something they do on their own time for fun.

    Although you're welcome to suggest styles and maybe a style-maker will find it fun, that's about the best you'll get I think. xD