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Rogue Earth > Build it, and they will come. -NOT > Build something and they will come :)
by: Angela R.

David is right, you need to do more yourself if you want other people to join your production. Just asking for help is not enough to get a production going. You have to show other people that you have been working on it yourself, so that they will be inspired to help you. The more work you put into the production, the more help you'll get from others. (Kris S. using Angela's account, with her permission)
1539 days ago | 1 Thumb-up 
Uhm, I guess I just gave Angela a thumb up that should have gone to Kris...
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Rogue Earth > Build it, and they will come. -NOT > Well...
by: David Jansson

I am afraid the demographic for Hard SF isn't very big. Also keep in mind, you will need to sell the idea. The pattern I have seen is that productions that has a little tidbit to show for it are the ones that gets the most contributors. You basically need to show that you bring something yourself and that you have what it takes to finish the project. I think the first thing you will need to draw people is a poster picture. So get Gimping! http://www.gimp.org
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You miss my point. See Kris S./Angelas shot. http://www.wreckamovie.com/shots/show/5205
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Angela R. gave a shot "Build something and they will come :)" for Rogue Earth
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Rogue Earth > Build it, and they will come. -NOT > Build something and they will come :)
This production badly needs help getting the ball rolling at all!
1539 days ago | 2 Comments | 2 Thumb-ups 

David is right, you need to do more yourself if you want other people to join your production.

Just asking for help is not enough to get a production going. You have to show other people that you have been working on it yourself, so that they will be inspired to help you.

The more work you put into the production, the more help you'll get from others.

(Kris S. using Angela's account, with her permission)

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Rogue Earth > Build it, and they will come. -NOT > Well...
by: David Jansson

I am afraid the demographic for Hard SF isn't very big. Also keep in mind, you will need to sell the idea. The pattern I have seen is that productions that has a little tidbit to show for it are the ones that gets the most contributors. You basically need to show that you bring something yourself and that you have what it takes to finish the project. I think the first thing you will need to draw people is a poster picture. So get Gimping! http://www.gimp.org
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http://www.wreckamovie.com/tasks/show/1014
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Upload if not completed candidate picture posters, then sketches, descriptive concepts or image elements that might be montaged and manipulated.

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David Jansson gave a shot "Well..." for Rogue Earth
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Rogue Earth > Build it, and they will come. -NOT > Well...
This production badly needs help getting the ball rolling at all!
1539 days ago | 2 Comments | 3 Thumb-ups 

I am afraid the demographic for Hard SF isn't very big.

Also keep in mind, you will need to sell the idea. The pattern I have seen is that productions that has a little tidbit to show for it are the ones that gets the most contributors. You basically need to show that you bring something yourself and that you have what it takes to finish the project.

I think the first thing you will need to draw people is a poster picture. So get Gimping! http://www.gimp.org

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This production badly needs help getting the ball rolling at all!

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Rogue Earth > Climax > Earth saved
by: Paul Huxley

Earth comes to rest in orbit as the furthest planet from the Sun. The Sun then goes supernova (well maybe fudge the science a bit to make it a mini-nova) and it becomes clear that the Earth was pulled away from it's original orbit by some benelovent alien force - but why have they saved us and what do they want? A cliff hanger ending to lead in to series 2.
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Still somewhat tragic considering all the other planets not saved thereby. But perhaps the encounters where howsoever deliberately engineered to fairly wreck the other planets encountered, and force refugees herefrom to take up residence in Earth orbit. The scientific plausibility problem, remains however, that the expansion of a star takes eons. But any lesser change, particularly in temperature, or perhaps just solar flare, might endanger Earth at least. Or perhaps something else qute surprising orbits round from the far side of te sun, to take Earth's former orbit!
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Paul Huxley gave a shot "Earth saved" for Rogue Earth
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Rogue Earth > Climax > Earth saved
With all the planets encountered, what next? How can the series rap up? Any explanation for those gravity beams from outer space, that began the entire journey of the wandering Earth? How and why?
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Earth comes to rest in orbit as the furthest planet from the Sun. The Sun then goes supernova (well maybe fudge the science a bit to make it a mini-nova) and it becomes clear that the Earth was pulled away from it's original orbit by some benelovent alien force - but why have they saved us and what do they want? A cliff hanger ending to lead in to series 2.

Aaron Agassi released announcement "Tasks expanded" for Rogue Earth