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Gutmaw

Looking to hire personal tutor

Hey all,

 

Been playing Skyrim and messing around in CK for a while and loving it...except for the fact that I'm spending more time troubleshooting and researching answers/rpoblems than actually designing stuff.   I really need to increase my learning curve...have a job and family so not as much time as I'd like, and I learn much better through live interaction than online guides.  

 

I have decent knowledge in building, design, editing available meshes and textures, etc.   Looking for an experienced modder to help initially take a look at what I'm doing and walk me through some of the basics that I feel I'm missing, as well and help me progress.  I'm willing to pay by the hour, or work out any other arrangement.  Can do via skype, video, etc (maybe a way to screenshare...not sure how?).

 

Plz feel free to PM me if interested.

 

Thanks!

 

 

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As a Scholar here, feel free to PM me any questions/issues you might have. :)

Or, take the courses, as ladyonthemoon suggested, or browse through our many many tutorials.

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Well, I'm not a "scholar" here but I have gathered knowledge with time, so you can also ask me for help. No need to add money into this. ;)

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We're a close community and I'd like to think we're all more than happy to help others learn and expand their skills for free.

 

Like the others above I'm more than happy to offer any input or suggestions. My focus when I started was ambience and lighting, I'm more now looking to move from simple hobby to making it into a more professional quality for portfolio. And to share with others.

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Gutmaw, i to am a noob to modding, Skyrim is my first and only TES game, I have tried the Beth CK tutorials (found them lacking in details) You-tube videos 

(most work to quickly, have bad audio or lack details) and the tuts provided here, the tuts are how I actually found this site, starting with the basics I have learned more in two weeks than I have in the last year, the tuts provided here are by far the best I have found, they are loaded with little details not seen in other tuts.

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