Quoted from freddy:
pinside did away with product advertisement or am I in the wrong thread? Thought this was the ghost buster club thread .
I'm in the Ghostbusters club. I don't own my own mod business and don't want to. These are mods I did for myself and decided to share them with others. I can only make mods for games I own which hasn't been many. I'm merely posting progress of mods I'm making for myself, and if people want they can order them for their game. I'm merely a hobbyist posting progress. Until last month I didn't even put a markup on these, but I put a $1-$2 on these so I can build a little store credit with shapeways so I can keep ordering prototypes without spending money out of pocket. I'm not someone trying to take advantage of the community, the money doesn't go to me. The mods I designed are more detailed, better quality, and quite frankly more fun.
I have every right to look at the mods available and think that they aren't worth the price or quality, in fact people are out there paying $30+ on mods that are $3 in material and someone usually didn't spend too much time designing them. There are plenty that are quite impressive. But the ones I am designing are meant to replace sub par designs and materials that some people are proud of.
Sometimes people pm me and ask "hey can you make this? or that?" I do 3d modeling for a living, and sometimes it's fun practice for me. A lot of people have been supportive and encouraging, but I've gotten a lot of people complaining due to simple loyalty to other mod companies...fine. But if I'm just offering better mods at better prices I don't understand how it's a problem.