Daniel Maland

is creating all kinds of different things.

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If you back me in any way, I definitely think you should have a say in what I create. Suggestions and requests from backers will be given overall priority. Fulfillment attempts will be made in the order that suggestions or requests are made. Differing levels of support will NOT influence the order of fulfillment attempts.

I do reserve the right to reject requests if I feel that there's no chance of me doing them justice.
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Support at this level means that I'll try to help you with issues or questions about live-production, 3D art, software, or whatever else I end up working on, one on one. This can be done through e-mail, Google Hangouts, a phone conversation, Facebook, etc.

It's important to note that (within limits) I'm willing to do this for anyone who asks, whether they back me monetarily or not. Actual supporters, however, will be prioritized.




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I make things for other people to have for free.

I work on all manner of different projects, which makes me tough to categorize.

I might write an article on Small Venue Survivalist. I might create something related to visual art on my DeviantArt account. I might review a game on Danny Is Late To The Party. I might even write a piece of software.

The bottom line is that I work on various things that I'm interested in, and then try to give them away somehow. Sometimes the results are direct, and sometimes they're indirect. I could spend hours explaining it all, but you're far better off just browsing through my posts - about 99% of which are publicly readable.

Patreon helps me continue working on things that fascinate me, and it helps get those projects out into the world, where (hopefully) other folks can enjoy them.

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I'm really interested in seeing what kinds of sci-fi (or other) models that I can create with a "not traditional polygon modeling" software package. If we get to this goal, I'll get my hands on a full, "commercial" version of 3D Coat, and start creating free resources with it. Everything I build, including the 3D Coat project files, would be publicly available and public domain. (I might need help remembering to package everything. For quite a while now, I've only been releasing "delivery format" files.)
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