Discussion in 'Team Fortress 2 Talk' started by Fragimus_Max, Jun 27, 2008.
I wonder who that is in the picture...
That's Dr. Robin Walker, PhD!!!
lol deadworker member!
The guys at Valve sure are crazy.
Edit: Even though this is not made by them, so you are crazy too.
That's the teleporter from TF2.. I'm confused.
Edit: On the site notice board :lol:
Yeah, and I used the teleporter picture from TF2wiki.
Also, the original convention picture had Nokia signs instead of SpyTech.
Using the black and white grain worked really well because it alters light and shadow in a way that helps to blend away any smudges and blends that would be a bit more apparent.
I don't think many people even realize the pictures were altered at all.
I think a few people may not even realize it's faux - I don't get many comments on any of the forums, and when I do it's usually like, "Wtf...?!?"
I'm also responsible for www.reliableexcavationdemolition.com.
Is that good or bad? Nobody has ever responded to me by posting, what I will assume to be, an unripe, laughing pear.
Are you honestly saying you've never seen the lol wut pear?!?!?!
No. I've never seen it, and quite frankly, never want to see it again.
You should definitely make a poster overlay out of this.
What specs? Let me know the size and format, and it's done. Also, what do i have to do to make this into a spray again? It's been a while. I'm also really excited about the BLU site design - which, right now is just a template, but if you want to view it then go to http://www.buildersleagueunited.com/blu.asp. Once that's done, I finish up SpytechIndustries.com and activate the application forms on both BLU and RED. You'll choose a side, get a spending bonus based on your current total points in-game, and then we'll take it from there. I have a stock market game, based on the four stocks featured in the SpyTech ticker - and I have a few ideas on other things you can spend and wager your [fake] money on.
I spent a lot of time mapping, and feel that this is the best way I can contribute to the community until I have more time. So hopefully people will start to "get it" once there's more to interact with on the sites.
Wow, I thought this was leaked from Valve, as was spytechindustries.com...
(Have you considered applying for a job there?)
That's kinda the idea. I mean, I'm 35 and I have a good job already - but I don't feel there's anything wrong with building an online portfolio of community-oriented TF2 material and eventually presenting it to them.
Ultimately, once the system and mini-game are fully realized, it would be cool to have the concept to be integrated with the Steam Communities somehow - even if it's not my code directly.
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