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Almanax 11 Flovor
The Flovor Bawl
The Flovor Bawl both ushers in the month of Flovor and commemorates the coming of the goddess ...

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"the making of" season one, the book that's for sale on the Ankama website
posté January 29, 2010, 23:08:59 | #1
"the making of" season one Hey guys, i was considering buying it. But it would be close to fifty canadian dollars for me, almost 2/3 of which is shipping and taxes.
Don't get me wrong, i want to support Ankama, but is it worth it?


posté January 30, 2010, 05:01:24 | #2
Hrm..for just the making of? It depends. I like such extras..but as extras. If it were included with a season of the series, I would say GO FOR IT. But just the making of? It depends on how long it is. If you want to support Ankama, you could pay a similar cost and get like..a subscription to Dofus for a year PLUS the account extras. Link me to what you're considering?


posté January 30, 2010, 08:53:14 | #3
Ankama doesn't make any profit off the shipping and handling. As suggested, buying a subscription or something is probably a more effective way of supporting them. Save up for a Wakfu sub when the time comes! That'll make them happy. ^__^


posté January 30, 2010, 09:00:23 | #4
True. And if the prices are anywhere near what Dofus costs per month....that would be awesome.


posté February 01, 2010, 11:03:51 | #5
Ankama, you should sell more varied items for Wakfu and Dofus again. Although the shipping is an obvious barrier for some of us.


posté February 11, 2010, 20:28:41 | #6
It depends on how interested you are in animation. It (of course) has very good artwork and there is a good deal of description in the process so if you have the money I'd definitely recommend it. I certainly enjoyed it.


Lord Madgobb * Member Since 2007-03-08
posté February 11, 2010, 20:55:56 | #7

Quote (CaptainHonesty @ 11 February 2010 19:30) *
It depends on how interested you are in animation. It (of course) has very good artwork and there is a good deal of description in the process so if you have the money I'd definitely recommend it. I certainly enjoyed it.

I don't think it's really learning material (the basics you can get for free searching the internet, advanced techniques are usually not art books as well).


posté February 12, 2010, 12:41:29 | #8
Yeah, but - the Making of actually tells you, which techniques they've chosen, rather than a listing of possible methods like it often is in books.

+ isn't there any bonus material?


posté March 03, 2010, 07:55:48 | #9

Quote (Glacior @ 12 February 2010 12:43) *
Yeah, but - the Making of actually tells you, which techniques they've chosen, rather than a listing of possible methods like it often is in books.

+ isn't there any bonus material?

indeed


Ugly Gobball * Member Since 2008-08-22
posté June 11, 2010, 10:03:36 | #10
Will there be a season 2 ?