Now that GR is dead....

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  1. Sniper001

    Sniper001 Legen-wait for it-dary!

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    Let's speculate:
    How much did Llamaman sell Gamerenders to Shaggy for? ;)

    I'd say about $50,000.. give or take.

    Shaggy, feel free to disclose lol. I remember back when I used to visit this site on the daily I used to wonder how much this site got sold for.
     
  2. Zohair

    Zohair Formerly zohBOT

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    Let's just say Llamaman saw it coming.
     
  3. Andrew

    Andrew Well-Known Member

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    Not necessarily. I was the one who broke the news to GR that Llamaman was going to sell GR. He had a lot of stuff on his plate, he had just started university or something like that.

    If he had seen it coming, he wouldn't have started a signature website shortly after :P Or was it a tutorial site, I can't recall..
     
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    Zohair Formerly zohBOT

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    Well that didn't go down to well now did it?
     
  5. Great Milinko

    Great Milinko Well-Known Member

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    It's weird because GR used to have TONS of people here back in the day... It's not like all gfx forums are dead, some are thriving. It's just weird how a site as active as this could become so baron.
     
  6. Quyxz

    Quyxz Senior Member

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    Yes I have the same thoughts. This site was extremely active for a graphics forum. I didn't know any bigger ones. But so much has changed.

    It's an interesting study how internet communities form and die. And especially how you can prevent it from dieing.
     
  7. fleeting time

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    In fact ,every person accept new thing ability and interests is different .but I think more and more people like it very much.and And it does not represent it dead.
     
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    Yeah I remember when this place was flowing with traffic...last time I visited was a couple years ago..slowly drifted away from graphic design.
     
  9. Majin

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    Its simply because i was never a gmod.
     
  10. Morpheus

    Morpheus A dying Star.

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    Times change things went in different dicrections. GR still generates a lot of google hits which is keeping it alive.
     

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