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toyuu
Scratcher
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Hello, I would like to create a team to help me to program incredible games in scratch ! (coop, tower defense, survival and others!) if you want to help me, answer me by specifying this :

the role you would like to play (programmer, designer, sound effect creator, music creator, tester, bug finder)

Your availability (rarely available to often available)

And why you want to help me (Optional)



come see my site and you will see that I am dedicated ! : https://tonyhauf.wixsite.com/jurassic-studios

Last edited by toyuu (April 19, 2021 03:08:02)

Sikecon
Scratcher
1000+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

toyuu wrote:

Hello, I would like to create a team to help me to program incredible games in scratch ! (coop, tower defense, survival and others!) if you want to help me, answer me by specifying this :

the role you would like to play (programmer, designer, sound effect creator, music creator, tester, bug finder)

Your availability (rarely available to often available)

And why you want to help me (Optional)



come see my site and you will see that I am dedicated ! : https://tonyhauf.wixsite.com/jurassic-studios

Hello, please don't post here for collaboration, instead create a new topic in the Collaboration forum.


hi i love Fnf like very much
growing artist
toyuu
Scratcher
63 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

jji7skyline wrote:

Before reading this guide, check out this awesome post from Suspenders101 about what Collaborating is all about.

Suspenders101 wrote:

There have been many questions in this thread about collaborating, so i thought I may sum it all up in one post.

What is collaborating?
Collaborating is when you work with other scratchers on a game, animation, or any other project

How do I collab
When posting a thread below, you have officially started a collab. When collaborating, you need to make sure that you are helping just as much as the others in the collab.

How do I start a collab?
Post a thread below. If you need members to join, you can say something in the thread title like “looking for collaborators”. Make sure that the first post of the thread is organized. If you are a New Scratcher I would suggest either waiting until you are a full Scratcher, or making it as organized as possible so you do not have to edit it.

How do I make an organized and successful collab?
Make sure that your collaboration is very organized in the first post and update regularly for news. If your post is down on the list and unnoticed then feel free to bump it. To go further in tips go here.

Must I accept everyone who wants to join?
Not necessarily, but you should have a reasonable explanation, not just “i don't think you would be good for the collab”

For a really successful collaboration, start with an idea and build on it. Decide what it is you really want to make.

Now before you post a topic in the Collaborations forums, think again.
• Is this going to work out?
• Do I have the right skills?
Even if a lot of people are working together, the leader of the collab has to know how to make it happen, for the collaboration to be successful.

Now you know exactly what your idea is and what you're trying to achieve. Wait! Don't post that topic yet! Think of people you know, or people that you don't know that well yet. Make a list. This could include both online Scratchers and people you know in real life.
• What kind of skills do you know that these people have?
Add these skills to the list. Try not to list all the “famous” people on Scratch because you're more likely to get a great collaboration with some active Scratchers that collaborate well.

Yep, that's right! Don't post the topic yet! Ask those people whether they would be interested in participating in the collab.
• Try and be persuasive and give reasons why they might like to join, but don't be pushy.
• If people join, great! If not, leave them. They might join later.
• Make sure you tell them what the goal of the collaboration is, and how you intend to achieve it.

Now post your topic! On the topic post, give details about what you will be working on (remember step 1?) and list the people participating. Don't try to get lots and lots of people. Most successful collabs have very few (less than 7) members, however they must be active members.

Well, the rest is up to you. Some tips I would like to tell you though, are:

Keep updates regular — Make sure everyone in the collab knows what they have to do and what's going on in the collab. Also ask the collab members to post on the forum topic regularly, so that you know what their progress is, and any problems they may have.

Participate — Just because you started the collab doesn't mean you don't participate. In fact, you should be doing more work than anyone else!

Credit — Credit all the participators in the final project.


Happy collaborating!
but here (first page), he tell that i can, this topic is made for that
kitty-cats-are-cute
Scratcher
20 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

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BrownCarrot_
Scratcher
17 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?

Let's call the person “mate” who you're collaborating to. You can tell mate if he/ she can do the coding and if it's ok for you to do the graphics. Let's say that you did the project on mate's account. After he/ she shares the project, you can backpack the sprites and share it.

say [Hope you got the answer!]

, Hello! I'm @BrownCarrot_ I like making delicious projects on Scratch
dacreatif2
Scratcher
100+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

BrownCarrot_ wrote:

AmazonJosh wrote:

Is there any way to have people collaborate with a project of mine without remixing a lot
?

Let's call the person “mate” who you're collaborating to. You can tell mate if he/ she can do the coding and if it's ok for you to do the graphics. Let's say that you did the project on mate's account. After he/ she shares the project, you can backpack the sprites and share it.

say [Hope you got the answer!]

I anecdotally figured this out while working on Pixel Mania, my second art project.
-AppleBoy-
New to Scratch
5 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Nvm bye

Last edited by -AppleBoy- (May 1, 2021 05:54:13)

wvj
Scratcher
1000+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

-AppleBoy- wrote:

Nvm bye
lol what

loadmaker-lm
Scratcher
65 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

ola
loadmaker-lm
Scratcher
65 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

acually not ola hi hows life
loadmaker-lm
Scratcher
65 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

nvm byee no ones even here
pelmenguy
Scratcher
35 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

jji7skyline wrote:

Before reading this guide, check out this awesome post from Suspenders101 about what Collaborating is all about.

Suspenders101 wrote:

There have been many questions in this thread about collaborating, so i thought I may sum it all up in one post.

What is collaborating?
Collaborating is when you work with other scratchers on a game, animation, or any other project

How do I collab
When posting a thread below, you have officially started a collab. When collaborating, you need to make sure that you are helping just as much as the others in the collab.

How do I start a collab?
Post a thread below. If you need members to join, you can say something in the thread title like “looking for collaborators”. Make sure that the first post of the thread is organized. If you are a New Scratcher I would suggest either waiting until you are a full Scratcher, or making it as organized as possible so you do not have to edit it.

How do I make an organized and successful collab?
Make sure that your collaboration is very organized in the first post and update regularly for news. If your post is down on the list and unnoticed then feel free to bump it. To go further in tips go here.

Must I accept everyone who wants to join?
Not necessarily, but you should have a reasonable explanation, not just “i don't think you would be good for the collab”

For a really successful collaboration, start with an idea and build on it. Decide what it is you really want to make.

Now before you post a topic in the Collaborations forums, think again.
• Is this going to work out?
• Do I have the right skills?
Even if a lot of people are working together, the leader of the collab has to know how to make it happen, for the collaboration to be successful.

Now you know exactly what your idea is and what you're trying to achieve. Wait! Don't post that topic yet! Think of people you know, or people that you don't know that well yet. Make a list. This could include both online Scratchers and people you know in real life.
• What kind of skills do you know that these people have?
Add these skills to the list. Try not to list all the “famous” people on Scratch because you're more likely to get a great collaboration with some active Scratchers that collaborate well.

Yep, that's right! Don't post the topic yet! Ask those people whether they would be interested in participating in the collab.
• Try and be persuasive and give reasons why they might like to join, but don't be pushy.
• If people join, great! If not, leave them. They might join later.
• Make sure you tell them what the goal of the collaboration is, and how you intend to achieve it.

Now post your topic! On the topic post, give details about what you will be working on (remember step 1?) and list the people participating. Don't try to get lots and lots of people. Most successful collabs have very few (less than 7) members, however they must be active members.

Well, the rest is up to you. Some tips I would like to tell you though, are:

Keep updates regular — Make sure everyone in the collab knows what they have to do and what's going on in the collab. Also ask the collab members to post on the forum topic regularly, so that you know what their progress is, and any problems they may have.

Participate — Just because you started the collab doesn't mean you don't participate. In fact, you should be doing more work than anyone else!

Credit — Credit all the participators in the final project.


Happy collaborating!
How do I start a collaboration project? Im new to this collab thing.

The world is nothing but a mystery. No one ever knows why things happen, and it takes time to figure it out, even if itś just something small, like, ¨why did he get angry?¨
clifton-2711
Scratcher
50 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Hi
loadmaker-lm
Scratcher
65 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

hi
Kittysparkledash
Scratcher
8 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

What's a thread?
Sapphire_Lights
Scratcher
100+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

Cool guide!

supergirl_3457
Scratcher
78 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

How do you start a collab?

HI! I'm Super! A christian girl! Now I'm gonna start preaching.
How much does God love you? This much. He went up a hill, and died. For us. When you feel alone or weird, or anything like that, just know that God has a different opinion. God loves you with ALL his heart. No matter what you do, he will NEVER stop loving you. With all he has done, creating the earth, creating humans, he still thought the world needed YOU. You are a special, unique, amazing, loved person. So NEVER and I mean NEVER stop believing. Always remember, God loves you <3
(Some parts from the project “GOD LOVES YOU” by @ChirpinCockatiel)
dacreatif2
Scratcher
100+ posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

supergirl_3457 wrote:

How do you start a collab?
First, be kind to potential participants, then be laid back on your advertising.
Alora_blogger
Scratcher
23 posts

A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

jji7skyline wrote:

Before reading this guide, check out this awesome post from Suspenders101 about what Collaborating is all about.

Suspenders101 wrote:

There have been many questions in this thread about collaborating, so i thought I may sum it all up in one post.

What is collaborating?
Collaborating is when you work with other scratchers on a game, animation, or any other project

How do I collab
When posting a thread below, you have officially started a collab. When collaborating, you need to make sure that you are helping just as much as the others in the collab.

How do I start a collab?
Post a thread below. If you need members to join, you can say something in the thread title like “looking for collaborators”. Make sure that the first post of the thread is organized. If you are a New Scratcher I would suggest either waiting until you are a full Scratcher, or making it as organized as possible so you do not have to edit it.

How do I make an organized and successful collab?
Make sure that your collaboration is very organized in the first post and update regularly for news. If your post is down on the list and unnoticed then feel free to bump it. To go further in tips go here.

Must I accept everyone who wants to join?
Not necessarily, but you should have a reasonable explanation, not just “i don't think you would be good for the collab”

For a really successful collaboration, start with an idea and build on it. Decide what it is you really want to make.

Now before you post a topic in the Collaborations forums, think again.
• Is this going to work out?
• Do I have the right skills?
Even if a lot of people are working together, the leader of the collab has to know how to make it happen, for the collaboration to be successful.

Now you know exactly what your idea is and what you're trying to achieve. Wait! Don't post that topic yet! Think of people you know, or people that you don't know that well yet. Make a list. This could include both online Scratchers and people you know in real life.
• What kind of skills do you know that these people have?
Add these skills to the list. Try not to list all the “famous” people on Scratch because you're more likely to get a great collaboration with some active Scratchers that collaborate well.

Yep, that's right! Don't post the topic yet! Ask those people whether they would be interested in participating in the collab.
• Try and be persuasive and give reasons why they might like to join, but don't be pushy.
• If people join, great! If not, leave them. They might join later.
• Make sure you tell them what the goal of the collaboration is, and how you intend to achieve it.

Now post your topic! On the topic post, give details about what you will be working on (remember step 1?) and list the people participating. Don't try to get lots and lots of people. Most successful collabs have very few (less than 7) members, however they must be active members.

Well, the rest is up to you. Some tips I would like to tell you though, are:

Keep updates regular — Make sure everyone in the collab knows what they have to do and what's going on in the collab. Also ask the collab members to post on the forum topic regularly, so that you know what their progress is, and any problems they may have.

Participate — Just because you started the collab doesn't mean you don't participate. In fact, you should be doing more work than anyone else!

Credit — Credit all the participators in the final project.


Happy collaborating!


Hi, I am Alora and I don't understand how we will collab, I mean, do we have to give our passwords or what?
Hello3Rules
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A Guide to Successful Collaborating + Collaborating FAQ

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