here is how katawa shoujo was made:
- Idea guy posts image and states basic premise
- Other anons think it's a good idea and start recruiting assigning roles, forming a small dev team "four leaf studios"
- team begins creating game and posting updates, eventually releases demo and starts collecting fund via donations
- more than enough is gathered to finish the project and so they do a bit extra
notice how the idea guy doesn't get told to do it all by himself, notice how the idea guy is not even involved in the project past the first step.
this is how a jewish movie is made:
- jew producers find a barebones concept for a film from pitches
- they hire a team of writers (not the idea guys) to flesh it out into a plot/script
- they recruit a team of directors, actors, etc. (probably some of them will be jews) and production starts
- any of the above may be altered in the course of production, but usually the core premise of the project remains the same (not always, however)
people who come up with good ideas often do not have the natural skill to fully fill the ideas out, on the other hand, skilled writers often have trouble coming up with a basic concept.
the creation of anything requires multiple people to work together, a creation of a one-man team is something rare and the process is so difficult that often even those capable of such a feat will quit out.
finally, there are things you do not factor in to your treatment of idea guys, that one's potential for developing skills and talents are predetermined from birth, and while programming may seem trivially easy for you, it may actually be impossible for someone else to pick up and perform with any level of adeptness.
you of all people should realize this, finally, you may not be genuine in your statements, I asked for resources so I could attempt to tech myself, yet you failed at delivering this, are your intentions truly to help /pol/ make some media, or are you actually wanting to derail the event that anything would come of this?
because, in some venture requiring a team effort, it seems you can easily prevent anons from collaborating by suggesting that the one who pitches the concept take on all of the burden before anyone else contributes, this is also something particularly effective on /pol/ since /pol/acks are by nature pariahs, often very distant from each other and any who would be willing to help them.
Unlike the left, where an indie developer (say, macmillan) could easily find a team among their friends to produce something (such as binding of isaac).
even the most unlikable man in indie gaming development, phil fish was able to find a team to make fez before he even began to make it.
/pol/acks don't have this ability, the only place we can look for help is on this board, but whenever one of us tries, we are being told to play by a different set of rules to the left in terms of game development, we instead have to do a mountain of work, solo, before anyone else will be able to touch the project.
something that almost never happens (I can recall one case of a solitary developer, the game was "dust", and the game was a furry action-epic side-scroller).
anyone hating on ideas guys has a lack of understanding how things are done in terms of creative pursuits, even lovecraft used his friends to aid him in his writing, and lewis caroll bounced his ideas off of three little girls, in essence, they had a team of writers to work with from day 1.
this set of requirements isn't workable, and we wonder to ourselves why there isn't any creative media coming out of the actual right (or, at least, not much of it, and certainly none of good quality). It's because you demand that everyone who is willing to work on something become some lone creative genius who can make something halfway decent without anyone else to work with, or even discuss their ideas with. A recipe for disaster, and so nothing gets done.
for all your talk about being realists regarding biology, you ignore the differences in natural talent that make a team necessary, for all your talk about collective action, you dismiss the opportunity for it when it is right in front of you.
that is you either being dishonest, or lacking in self-awareness.