I've been asked before "Tarsh, how do I thank you?" The simple answer is: say thanks! Did you know the average person believes if they don't complain then it means they are grateful? And yet
there's no way of me knowing who has downloaded and enjoyed the mods I've provided unless they tell me! Saying thank you to a mod author is effective and free. Want to go the extra mile? Find
out how and where your donations are allocated.
I started modding for console when my best friend, Suzy, was diagnosed with a third round of non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. When she had to move into hospice we realised her PC wouldn’t fit so we
bought an XB for her. Once she got her Skyrim installed we realised how abysmal the modding scene was so I grabbed my CK and started to import mod requests AND work on custom mods.
My Divine Series is dedicated in her honour.
I don’t only create mods. I curate content with other OMA’s, collaborate, script, fix namveshes, import for console AND I personally help console users with their Load Orders.
I take time to make sure all of you can have the most Divine Experience you can.
Remember: I do not mod in exchange for money or traded goods. I mod because I love it. I do not mod because someone kisses me arse, either. I mod, as I’ve stated before, because I enjoy it.
Mod donations are a nice way of saying "thanks!" It's no different than baking a batch of cookies for your neighbor or giving a friend a ride to the store. Giving back to mod authors is a
personal touch of appreciation.
100% of donations given to Tarsh Gaming gets paid forward into new modding projects; Photoshop licensing, Zbrush licensing, Texture downloads and even charity work.
I work hard to provide quality content and make sure that the money goes back to where it comes from! Once in a while I also buy some chocolate chips for cookies in order to fuel more mod creations.
Patreon - Patreon is a monthly donation that comes with Discord rewards
Paypal - A simple way to give wether monthly or one time.
Steam Gift Cards - Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, a lovely gesture to keep the creation content up to do date for patches and for giveaways!