The purpose of Mod Guides is to provide other members with a "guide" in which they can perform the same mod. Having said that, the guide must include the following:
• Picture of the completed project • Complete instructions on the steps needed to complete the mod. • The more thorough you are in your instructions the easier it is going to be for members to understand • Pictures of the more complicated steps in the process, preferably showing how to do something difficult.
Anything else that you add is optional. While listed above are the requirements, we encourage you to go above and beyond these. These are just set so an image and one sentence is not uploaded as a mod guide. We encourage you to be creative and unique, after all it is your mod. Consider the following:
• A unique name for your mod • Personal photos of your mod in use • include a brief explaination on why you decided to perform the mod.
If there are any questions on how to post a mod, or you are unsure about the post requirements, please visit the support section of the forums.
Post edited by: oojacoboo, at: 2004/06/06 15:31
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