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Old Time Wesley
Posted: February 16th, 2006, 8:53am Report to Moderator
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For my website that is, anybody have the skill to do that?

The only thing I'd ask is that you use Microsoft Front Page so I can update it in the future without having to learn internet protocol and that kind of stuff.

Right now it's got a black and white laid back kind of feel but like somebody told me if I want people to take it serious I need something that looks better.

I don't mean flashy moving logos either, just professional.


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I've done web design before...I'll give it a shot if you want me to.
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tomson
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Wes,

you need a graphics artist to put that professional touch on it. It makes a huge difference. The rest you can do yourself in Front Page. That's what we use too.
Go to a high school or college that teaches that, ask if anyone there would like to give you a hand. Introduce yourself as an independent film maker. I betcha you'll get someone to help out.

About your "Big Fat Independant Movie" I see what you mean about the controversy, heck of a grabber theough
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I'm not a professional but I do some graphic design. I'm learning 3D graphics right now, but I'm good enough to make a professional looking series website...

And I'm almost done with the first page....

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Old Time Wesley
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Andrew you can lock/delete this thread as JFreak has already helped me out which makes this post finished, it had a happy ending.


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