You lost my respect by insulting orion and there will be no deal with the walker, i don't think that with this ammount of money wouldn't really be worth selling it, i don't think that i will ever sell my models, there is some emotional value to them
Guys I am not saying the programs are the same or that there is little difference, only that I assumed toolbox was a modified version. The comment about openoffice is ironic as there was a fork that became Neooffice and is now its own office suite for mac. Linux came from Unix, Linux Ubuntu was forked from Linux debian etc and while looking similar, they all are functionally different.
Admittedly after looking at techne again there is a lot less in common than I originally thought but my point still remains that its easy to assume toolbox is a heavily modified version.
Orion, if that's the case then I apologize. You came across aggressive in your first post and that coupled with the rep system gave me an image of you being a bit of a d**k. I didn't realise it was a new addition as I have seen other people with decent rep and just assumed people had lowered yours. It was a genuine mistake so once again, sorry.
vini_damiani wrote: You lost my respect by insulting orion and there will be no deal with the walker, i don't think that with this ammount of money wouldn't really be worth selling it, i don't think that i will ever sell my models, there is some emotional value to them
Okay, I know that we are offering small amounts - like I said, if we had more players I would offer more. If you change your mind let me know. Good luck with Survival Z!
LizardPile wrote: I'm interested in making most, if not all, of the weapons you want. I also know a lot about weapons from that time period, so I can suggest a few more that would fit in if you like.
Feel free to PM me with any and we can sort some payment out. I would love some suggestions as there is a lot of conflicting info about due to the naming conventions of guns (i.e. The colt navy is known also known as the colt revolving belt pistol and the colt 1851).