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  • Hiya- quick question on Crit Pit-forums-RE: Gfx

    I have a question, I came across a post ( Archived) for posting gfx-3d and stuff.

    I only see the crit pit. Is this the proper place for these?
    or is logo's only?



    Just looking for another place to share some GFX-3d-Animation.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Randal R.

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    The crit pit is for graphic design pieces you have created and would like feedback on. I think that covers it, it is not exclusive to logos.
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